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St. Joseph's Care Group

St. Joseph's Care Group


Careers & Volunteering

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St. Joseph's Care Group is known for living its values of Care, Compassion and Commitment. We are continuing a tradition that began more than 130 years ago of meeting the unmet needs of the people of Northwestern Ontario. We have adopted and designed our volunteer programs based on the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement.

We are currently recruiting for

  • Wayfinder (St. Joseph’s Hospital)
  • Friendly Visitor
  • Mealtime Companion
  • Gift Shop & Nevada Booth Volunteer

Visit the ‘Volunteer Opportunities’ page to learn more.

How do I volunteer at St. Joseph's Care Group?

  1. Click on the Better Impact button to get started
  2. Complete the online application form

Volunteer Services will contact you with next steps. You can also obtain an application form by contacting Volunteer Services at 768-4448.

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Never Applied Online Before?

Applying online is easy. It’s quick, simple, and can be done at anytime, anyplace. You will create and manage your own secure personal profile.

What are the Benefits of Volunteering?

  • Meet new people
  • Develop new skills
  • Explore different careers
  • Get more involved in your community

Here’s what our volunteers are saying

“I enjoy volunteering. It’s just another facet of assisting others - it’s such a worthwhile thing to do”

“The day is long for these people, so these visits are really important for them.”

“I worked most of my career in a non-health-care field. I never felt that I was contributing to our community the way I do now in my volunteer role.”

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