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Why Join the Team?

At Community Living Prince Edward, people are at the heart of everything we do. Our vibrant team of Supervisors, Support Coordinators, and Direct Support Professionals are committed to inspiring possibilities in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities and their families that we support in the Prince Edward County area.

A career in developmental service at Community Living Prince Edward offers:

  • flexible hours
  • competitive compensation
  • staff training & opportunities for personal growth
  • vibrant & supportive team environment
  • opportunity to make meaningful connections & Impact

Current Job Opportunities

HIRING NOW Five (5) Direct Support Professionals (DSP) Part Time

Searching for a part time role where you can make a meaningful difference in peoples’ lives each and every day? Want to join a team of experienced professionals who actively support each other? Looking for opportunities to advance into a full time role?

We’re Community Living Prince Edward and, since 1965, we’ve inspired possibilities and changed lives here in the County. Our team of 150+ professionals provide outstanding supports and services to people who live with an intellectual disability and their families throughout Prince Edward County. Every day, we support people to live with dignity, participate in our community and feel respected as valued citizens.

We’re actively seeking recent graduates and experienced Direct Support Professionals to expand our team in Picton, Ontario. In this part time role, you’ll work with talented colleagues who excel at providing outstanding support, creative solutions and fostering inclusivity.

Every day, you can expect the satisfaction that comes with helping people actively live their best possible lives. Join our talented team and work with us in beautiful Prince Edward County!

You Can Expect

  • A competitive salary, starting at $26.99/hour (plus pay in lieu of benefits, vacation and statutory holidays)
  • Mentorship and on-the-job support from your colleagues as well as a professional culture
  • Supportive continuing education, ongoing training, learning and growth opportunities
  • Access to an RRSP employer-matching program and computer purchase program
  • A comprehensive online employee portal, communications updates and an employee assistance program
  • An employee recognition program and fun staff appreciation events!

About Your Role

In this role, you will...

  • Be directly responsible for enhancing the quality of life of people who live with an intellectual disability
  • Assist people with developing and achieving their Person Directed Plans, goals and outcomes
  • Support people with independent living in the areas such as budgeting, cooking, home maintenance, grocery shopping, etc. while promoting independence
  • Assist people to maintain their personal residence while promoting independence. i.e. house, apartment, etc.
  • Implement plans and strategies to connect people to community activities and events in alignment with their personal outcome measures inclusive of cultural, spiritual, recreational, leisure, educational, employment and community activities as identified by the person
  • Promote healthy lifestyles and assists people with medical, dental and other professional appointments as directed by the person and/or their family
  • Assist people and directly participate, as required, with people in volunteerism, social, cultural, spiritual, recreational, leisure, educational and community activities which align with their personal outcome measures and goals.
  • Work co-operatively with community partners to engage people we serve in the life of the community inclusive of medical professionals, landlords, legal professionals, employers etc.

Hours of work will be flexible hours including days, evenings and weekends based on the needs of people we support.

We’re Looking For

  • Thoughtful, creative professionals who take initiative, foster inclusivity and are champions of supporting people to live their best possible lives
  • Human Services graduates (DSW, SSW, BST, CYW) DCS / DEC (required), who seek a part time role in an organization that champions continuous improvement, employee growth and supporting people to live, learn, participate and work in the community
  • Current CPR and First Aid certificates (renewal costs are compensated)
  • Excellent interpersonal, communications, organizational and teamwork skills
  • Ability to problem solve, adapt to changing circumstances, lead and mentor colleagues
  • Valid G Class Driver’s License, access to a reliable vehicle is required (if personal car used, mileage is compensated)
  • Candidates who can reliably commute or plan to relocate to Prince Edward County before starting work (required)
  • Proof of full COVID19 vaccination – a minimum of two doses – based on current Health Canada definition

Interested? Apply now to learn more!

Community Living Prince Edward is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment process and work environments. Upon request, we will provide accommodations to the recruitment process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

Want to apply for a position with us?

We want the process to be as simple as possible. Please forward your resume to:
Questions? Contact Roxanne Bird, Director, Human Resources at:

Human Resources, Community Living Prince Edward 
67 King Street, Unit #1, Picton, Ontario, K0K 2T0

Want to learn about working with us? Hear from our employees!

Victoria Robinson      Laurie Foster      Brenda Poelzer

About Us

Community Living Prince Edward is a not-for-profit FOCUS-accredited organization located in Picton, ON, which advocates and provides services for children, youth, and adults with an intellectual disability and their families. We exist to facilitate the full participation, inclusion, and citizenship of people with an intellectual disability in the life of the community.

Community Living Prince Edward is committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection and appointment processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to this process, please advise human resources of your need to accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.