Careers

  • As part of our team, you will work with experienced professionals who are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of individuals and reducing barriers to care.

    At Sherbourne, we:

    1. Strive for excellence and quality;
    2. Embrace diversity and difference;
    3. Act with integrity and accountability;
    4. Believe in equity and fairness;
    5. Seek learning and innovation;
    6. Promote collaboration and teamwork.

    If you share our values and want to be part of creating Healthy People.  Healthy Communities, take a look at our career opportunities.

      Why Choose Sherbourne?

      Sherbourne provides innovative primary health care to the diverse populations of southeast Toronto with a special focus on people who are homeless, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans communities, and newcomers to Canada.  We are primarily funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network.  When you join Sherbourne, your contribution makes a difference to our clients’ lives.  What you do here truly matters.

      Sherbourne Health Centre is dedicated to building an organization that reflects the diversity of our clients and the communities we serve.  This includes diversity in languages spoken, culture, race, sexual orientation and gender identity.

      As a member of our team you will:

      • Make a difference by supporting the communities we serve
      • Impact the lives of the thousands of people who access programs and service each year
      • Have the support of your new teammates who want you to succeed

      What We Offer

      We’re committed to recruiting and retaining the most talented people.  We believe in the importance of investing in our employees, and offer generous benefits and opportunities to enhance skills and learn new ones.  Our compensation package includes:

      Competitive Salaries and Benefits:

      • Market-based compensation
      • Comprehensive health and wellness benefits
      • Membership in Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP), subject to eligibility

      Professional Development/Education:

      • New employee orientation
      • Up to $1,200 per year toward learning activities, and six fully paid Professional Development days
      • Cultural Competency Training
      • Diffusing Anger Training
      • Lunch & Learns

      Applying

      Once you find a job posting for which you are interested and qualified, you can submit your application.

      Please feel free to apply for any jobs that interest you, and for which you are qualified. We do not consider applicants from one job posting for other vacancies, so do not hesitate to submit a separate application for each suitable position you see.  When applying, we encourage you to indicate languages you speak in addition to English.

      SHC is committed to diversity, equity and accessibility. Requests for accommodation can be made at any stage of the recruitment process.

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