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We're looking for people who care!

You've landed here for a reason.  You're a doer, an advocate, a compassionate human who wants to make an impact.  We want to meet you!

When you join our team, you aren't just taking a job, you're setting out to make a difference in people's lives and to build our Windsor community.  You'll experience the most satisfying career because your contributions truly matter and you will directly see how your unique gifts help to enrich the lives of the people you support.  

Everyone has something to offer: a diverse background or unique set of experiences or skills. Let's connect to see how we can build a better community, one relationship at a time.

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About the role...

  • Flexible Hours

  • Competitive Wages

  • An opportunity to connect

  • Staff training & opportunities for growth

Did you know...?


We hire people with education and/or experience (you don't necessarily need both).  We see value in all our employees and that could come from education, life experience, mindset, heart, etc.  If you're kind, honest, and hard-working, we want to hear from you!  P.S. We can also help you get that diploma or degree!

We support all sorts of people, including folks who live on their own, people who live in small group settings, those who need help with employment, etc.  All of the people we support have an intellectual disability and our role is to help them access their community.

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There's a referral bonus!  For a limited time only! If someone from CLW referred you and you complete one year of employment, both of you get $100 Visa gift card.  Once you're on the team, you can tell others about our great organization and continue to earn for each person you refer.

Our Direct Support Professionals are part of a Union (CUPE Local 2345). The Union and Management at Community Living Windsor have a strong, respectful working relationship that has spanned decades. As an employee of CLW, you will have access to advice, advocacy, and support from your Local 2345. 

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Get Informed

Learn about what we do, who we support, what the role looks like, and how you can contribute.


If the role calls to you, fill out our application below.  It only takes a few minutes!

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We can't wait to meet you!

Once you've applied we'll screen and then reach out for an interview.

Our strength is our team!

Our organization takes a lot of pride in creating a positive workplace for our employees.  We're not perfect, but we care deeply and are always working to improve.  Here's what Teanna had to say about her onboarding experience: "During orientation everyone was super welcoming and happy to be working at Community Living Windsor.  That make it a really great environment to come into."

-Teanna K., Casual Direct Support Professional

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"This is the first time I've ever worked a job like this. All the staff across the board, whether it be at the offices, online training, in-person training or at the supported homes, are absolutely incredible.  It's honestly more like a family than anything and it makes it really easy to want to come to work."


-Kristalyn M., Casual Direct Support Professional

Our Empoyees
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Brad B.
Support Coordinator

There is a definite sense of pride that I feel, with the staff that work here and myself.

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Phyllis G.
Support Coordinator

I've met so many different people that I've supported and they have all uniquely changed my life.

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Mariah L.
Direct Support Professional

I find working with the people we support very rewarding, in a way that you feel good when you go into work and when you leave.


Frequently Asked Questions...

What qualifications do I need?

Driver's license and a passion to help others is required.  Post-secondary or experience is an asset.

How many people would I support?

You could be supporting up to four people in their home and community, usually with other staff.

What is the wage for Casual positions?


After the probation period.


During probation.

What's a typical day look like?

You would support people in their home and community with all aspects of daily life!

How would I get scheduled for shifts?

It's easy!

Set your availability online and you will get scheduled for open shifts.

Can I grow or advance with CLW?

Yes, and YES! We offer training, post positions internally, and usually promote from within. 

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