Careers

Why Should You Work for Dixon Hall?

We are leaders in effecting social change by building community capacity, inspiring dreams, growth & possibilities and tackling problems with bold and innovative solutions.

At Dixon Hall, we strive to ensure that our core values not only define the way we conduct business, but that they also inspire and encourage our staff to lead by example and to demonstrate leadership in creating opportunities for people of all ages to dream, to achieve and to live full and rewarding lives.

Job Openings

20
Apr

Social Enterprise Manager
Reporting to the Director, Employment Services, the Social Enterprise Manager will oversee all aspects of Dixon Hall Social Enterprise operations by blending business skills with a passion for affecting positive community change and development. As a key member of the Dixon Hall Employment Services team, the Social Enterprise Manager will play an integral role in the continued growth of Social Enterprise operations and in the organization’s overall success.

To apply please send your resume and cover letter quoting File #17-EC-02 by May 3, 2017 at 4 p.m. by email to hr@dixonhall.org

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20
Apr

Food Service Worker, Seniors Division
The Food Service Worker position is responsible for the overall provision of food services to clients attending the Adult Day Centre Programs and the Good Company Lunch Program and Meet and Eat Lunch Program.

To apply please send your resume and cover letter Quoting File # 17-Seniors-02 by May 3, 2017 by email at hr@dixonhall.org or by regular mail attention to: Human Resources Dixon Hall Neighbourhood Services 192 Carlton Street, Toronto ON M5A 2K8

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07
Apr

Mentoring for Violence Prevention (“MVP”) Coordinator, Children & Youth

Dixon Hall Neighbourhood Services is currently seeking a Mentoring for Violence Prevention (“MVP”) Coordinator. The MVP Coordinator is a key position created to support the MVP program which uses sport and arts-based activities to facilitate peer-to-peer mentoring, as well as the delivery of anti-violence messaging to young people in the Regent Park community (as well as nearby communities). Reporting to the Manager of Children & Youth, the MVP Coordinator will work to establish and support a network of youth leaders and volunteers (aged 18-30 years).

To apply please send your resume and cover letter quoting File #1-CY-17 by April 25, 2017 at 4 p.m. by email at hr@dixonhall.org

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