The human resources department at Casey House supports the vision and mission of the organization by contributing to a positive working environment that values each employee and volunteer for their particular strengths and contributions. Our program includes recruitment, staff and organizational development, employee relations, and health and safety.
Casey House is committed to fairness and equity in employment and our recruitment and selection practices. We encourage people living with HIV, Aboriginal peoples, people with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, members of racialized groups, women and any others who may contribute to the further diversification of our hospital community to apply and self-identify in their cover letters. Please inform us of your needs if you require an accommodation of any kind and are contacted for an interview.
Recruitment Fraud: It has come to our attention that an organization is falsely claiming to accept applications on behalf of Casey House. Casey House, or any authorized organization that recruits for us, will never ask for money from you to review our job postings, to apply for a job, for obtaining work permits or visas, or for special courses. Casey House has no involvement with Upright Int’l Employment Agency Co private employment agency in the Philippines, or any other overseas recruiters and HRD@caseyhouse.info is not a Casey House email address
Current Positions Available:
Guest job posting- ACT peer research coordinator
DATE OF POSTING: February 1, 2017
CLOSING DATE: February 10, 2017
Casey House pioneered the art and science of HIV/AIDS palliative care being used around the world today, and we continue to adapt our interventions to meet the changing nature of the illness. I work here because I know that, while this disease is not easy, the human heart and spirit will always prevail.
Jim Donovan, RN, staff nurse at Casey House since 1988
All of our staff, volunteers and contractors are professional, compassionate people dedicated to contributing to the quality of life for our residents and community clients.
Casey House is committed to diversity in the workplace and we welcome applications from the communities we serve.
Additionally, Volunteer Services support Casey House as they enhance our ability to deliver services to our residents and community clients. Services include a buddy program, support for our community garden, and direct assistance to nursing and food services staff. Volunteers provide hundreds of hours of free support to Casey House in these areas, as well as events, excursions and therapeutic activities, such as art and music therapy.
Casey House RN Profile in Now Magazine
Class Action: My Job: Registered Nurse, Casey House – Katherine Burress
“We provide specialized care to people living with HIV in a community setting. I went to McMaster University and I have a bachelor’s degree in nursing and health sciences. I also have a minor in anthropology. I’ve had an interest in HIV for many, many years. I’ve also been to Kenya to do work there. It combines my desire to work with marginalized populations and my awareness that HIV is really the most complex virus on earth. It’s a very challenging medical field. We don’t have a cure yet, so there’s a lot to learn.” Read here >>