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Charity Village

Want to work in the Mad service sector: Charity Village has lots of job listings – search “mental health”, “substance use”  //

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JOB: Fresh Start Manager (Supervisor of Staff)  

Fresh Start is currently looking to fill another Specialty Supervisor position.  The deadline for application is March 31, 2019Karen Schwartz – apply Charity Village or

Fresh Start Cleaning and Maintenance solely hires individuals who are dealing with mental health issues to perform services offered by the company.  This position requires the following,

  • To uphold Fresh Start’s mission, vision, and values.
  • To perform the duties and expectations of the site specifications as an active extreme, one-off, snow removal, lawn care, and/or contract cleaning participant at all times.
  • To perform duties in a proper and safe fashion at all times in environments that may involve any or all of the following: needles, bugs, pests, and/or hoarding situations and de-cluttering.
  • To liaise professionally with clients, community workers, and their clients utilizing exceptional communication, interpersonal and leadership skills at all times.
  • To participate in hiring, training, and the evaluations of employees as needed.
  • To ensure all paperwork necessary for job reporting and inventory management is recorded and submitted in a timely fashion.
  • Must have basic computer knowledge in excel and word.
  • Having a valid driver’s license in Ontario class “G” or higher, not under suspension is an asset.

All applicants must confirm in their cover letter or impact statement that they are a person dealing with a mental health issue.


Application due: March 31, 2019

Karen Schwartz

Human Resources Coordinator

Fresh Start Cleaning and Maintenance

3345 Dundas Street West

Toronto, ON  M6P 2A6 T:  416-504-4262  ext. 227 F:  416-504-3429


Sean Patenaude Employment Works! Coordinator

Human Resources Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH,) 416-535-8501 Ext. 30360


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