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Spectrum Health Care

Spectrum Health Care is a fully accredited provider of home health care services dedicated to exceptional services, quality and professional development. We're on a quest to find Personal Support Workers (PSW) to service clients with exceptional personal care throughout our communities.

We are currently looking for Personal Support Workers (PSW) in:
• Downtown Toronto, York, East York, Scarborough, Etobicoke


Position:  Personal Support Worker

Region:  East York, Etobicoke, Toronto, Scarborough

Description:  The Personal Support Worker is responsible for providing personal care, hygiene and assistance with activities of daily living for clients in the community.

Duties with client may vary and include assisting with personal hygiene and activities of daily living.

Demonstrated ability to provide exceptional personal care and customer service.

Qualifications:
• Personal Support Worker Certificate / Diploma
• Proficiency in English, both verbal and written required
• Second language an asset
• Current Vulnerable Sector Search (within 1 year)
• Valid First Aid/CPR Certificate
• Weekend Availability is mandatory


Salary:  To be discussed

Terms of Employment:  To Be Negotiated

Deadline for Application:  Thursday, August 31, 2017

How to Apply:  Please submit your resume and cover letter to one of the following sources:
• On-line job application
• Email: hr@spectrumhealthcare.com
• Fax: 416-640-0259

We thank all applicants, however, only those individuals selected for interviews will be contacted. Please note that successful applicants will require a current Police Reference Check suitable for working with the vulnerable sector prior to commencing employment.

If you require accommodation because of a disability through the recruitment process, please contact Human Resources at 416-964-0322 for assistance.


Location:  Toronto

Profession Type:  Personal Support Workers

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