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The Unionville Home Society is a non-denominational charitable organization operating a seniors' campus dedicated to providing a continuum of quality care and services including housing and long-term care for older adults living in York Region.

As a service provider, our employees are talented, trained and committed to providing the best in care and comfort to our clients.

As a employer, we are committed to providing and maintaining a rewarding working environment for our employees, by offering competitive salaries and benefits, health and safety, professional development/education and recognition.

UHS Career Opportunities:   Updated May 6,  2024

Please check our Indeed profile regularly for all employment opportunities at  Unionville Home Society - Careers|

Currently featured on Indeed:

  • Personal Support Worker - ADP – Casual
  • Recreation Aide – Casual
  • Personal Support Worker - LTC - Part Time
  • Nurse Manager - Part Time
  • General Maintenance - Full Time, Alternate Weekends
  • Accounting Assistant - Finance - Temporary Full Time

For more information on career opportunities, please contact Human Resources at

We appreciate the interest of all applicants, however, it is our practice to contact ONLY those candidates who are chosen to proceed to the interview and selection process.

Important notice to potential job applicants:

Applicants who are offered employment with UHS must provide the following documentation:

1. A valid 2-step Mantoux (TB) skin test

2. A valid Vulnerable Sector Police Record Check - region specific, see below

Toronto Police Services

York Region Police

Unionville Home Society is committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible environment. UHS provides employment accommodation in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Furthermore, UHS is committed to diversity and welcomes all applications from Indigenous 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 community.