Work with Us
The Action Group is hiring dedicated, energetic people who are interested in joining our diverse team. The Action Group offers challenging, rewarding and encouraging work environments where the opportunities are as varied as the people we serve. More than just a job, Action Group employees really make a difference.
(Job listings updated every Friday)
To apply for a position at the Action Group complete the External Application Form
Everyone is welcome to apply. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Community Disability Support Workers (CDSW)
Community Disability Support Workers (CDSW) provide supervision, care, and skill development opportunities to persons with disabilities to pursue and fulfill their goals, objectives and aspirations.
Community Disability Support Practitioners (CDSP)
The Community Disability Support Practitioner (CDSP) provide supervision, care, and skill development opportunities to persons with disabilities to pursue and fulfill the goals, objectives, and aspirations of those individuals. The role of the CDSP is directed towards complex and specialized client support needs. The CDSP covers a broader range of service, support options, person-centered planning and plan implementation.
Family Support Aides
Family Support Aides provide services to families with children who have special needs. Supports are delivered in the family home and/or in the community. Service delivery honours the differences between families and are individualized, based on family choice and needs. Hours are provided outside of school schedule and can include hourly respite, childcare, personal care, community support, recreational activities, developmental support or behavioral support.
Benefits of working with the Action Group
Employee Health & Safety Program
The Action Group is committed to a proactive Health & Safety program that protects our staff, our clients, community members and agency property from injury or loss. No activity is more important than protecting our health and safety. Additionally, the agency has a Health and Safety Committee with members from a variety of programs within the agency. The committee meets quarterly to discuss concerns, goals and initiatives brought forward by site Health and Safety Representatives. Furthermore, the committee reviews accidents, incidents, and control measures to minimize and/or reduce workplace hazards; the personal safety and health of each employee of the agency is of primary importance.