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Advantages We Offer

​The CCACs of Ontario offer health care professionals the opportunity to join the front lines of community care and make a real difference in people's lives. We provide services in both official languages, and offer competitive salaries, impressive benefits and continuing education initiatives. Working with us, you'll get the chance to use creativity and autonomy in decision-making, and most importantly, you'll get to see the results of your efforts every step of the way.​

We strive to provide a positive, honest, hardworking and fun working environment. Working at the Waterloo Wellington CCAC means putting our clients' needs first. That's why the Waterloo Wellington CCAC takes care to hire people who share not only our commitment to client service excellence, but also our dedication to meeting the needs of the health care community.


Salary and Benefits Program

We are an employer that offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package. These items include*:

  • Salaries that have fully bridged the Pay Equity gap

  • Hospital of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP)

  • Life, Accident and Long Term Disability Insurance

  • Extended Health and Dental Benefits

  • Travel health insurance

  • Income replacement for short-term illnesses

  • Generous vacation time

  • Employee Assistance Program available 24/7

*Coverage may vary depending on the employee's employment status and employee group.
 
 

Our Culture

The Waterloo Wellington CCAC is committed to the development of each of its employees and strongly believes in lifelong learning. We believe professional growth at the individual level results in organizational strength.

Professional development occurs in a number of ways. This could be through on the job training via a dedicated training support program, on-site training programs, wellness events and conference attendance. 


The Waterloo Wellington CCAC Has Opportunities to Motivate You!

The Waterloo Wellington CCAC is the central point of access to information and a broad range of community based health and support services, which are offered to individuals of all ages living with illness, disability and aging, in a variety of settings.

We are 100% funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

We are looking for highly professional and energetic individuals to meet our staff requirements at each of our administrative and hospital sites. For a complete list of our sites, please go the Contact Us age.

The Waterloo Wellington CCAC is committed to the principles of employment equity. We offer an attractive compensation package and opportunities for professional development.

To review career opportunities in positions for which we are currently seeking applications, click on Current Openings. Internal employees will be considered prior to external candidates.
Not sure if working in health care is for you?

 

How to Apply:

Please submit your resume and covering letter in confidence to:

e-mail:     hr@ww.ccac-ont.ca


We thank all applicants who apply, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

Why Work At the CCAC

Some of our staff members share their perspectives on working at the Waterloo Wellington Community Care Access Centre.


Name: Brenda             Title: Care Coordinator


"The CCAC recognizes the necessity of employing professionals with a high level of autonomy in supporting the needs of our clients. The CCAC encourages partnerships, caring and empowerment. These are all very important qualities for a health care organization and are also closely linked to my own personal philosophy as a Registered Nurse and professional." Read more of Brenda's story.


Name: Diane              Title: Care Coordinator

"CCAC offers a positive environment, and strong senior leadership. CCAC's management style is one in which participation is valued. Staff can volunteer to sit on committees and working groups. Through participation, staff are able to become involved in shaping the future. Education is provided in-house, and opportunities exist to attend conferences and workshops." Read more of Diane's story.