Sherbrooke Community Centre offers a rich employment opportunity where staff health and well being are given a high priority. Sherbrooke works to create an environment where staff can make a difference. Staff are considered the lifeblood of the community and so we support them as individual community members and encourage them to develop their strengths and passions in meeting our mission.
Sherbrooke is an Eden Alternative™ Home. We strive to create an environment that enables residents to live full and abundant lives. This human habitat involves children, plants and animals as we strive to provide each resident with companionship and opportunities to give and receive care in a diverse environment rich with spontaneity and variety.
Sherbrooke employees belong to one of three unions. The majority of staff belong to Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the nurses belong to Saskatchewan Union of Nurses (SUN) and the remaining professional staff belong to Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan (HSAS). An extensive benefit package is available to all employees through the Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations (SAHO).
Sherbrooke employs approximately 500 staff who care for 270 residents and over 100 community day program participants. Sherbrooke has permanent and casual employment opportunities for special care aides, LPN's, RN/RPN's, housekeeping and food and nutrition services. Management positions and other professional positions may also be available.
The Human Resources Office is located on the 2nd floor in the administrative offices at Sherbrooke. Applications are available on the Saskatoon Health Region web site. Please complete the application and drop it off along with your resume.
Posting Boards are located on the main floor by the staff cafeteria on the east side of the Marleau/Wyant Residence. Postings are also found on the Saskatoon Health Region web site.
All new applicants for any position within Saskatoon Health Region, who are not currently employed by Saskatoon Health Region will be required to complete and return a police criminal record check prior to being offered a position at Sherbrooke. Please contact your local police service for more information or pick up a form at Sherbrooke.
You can also apply for employment through the Saskatoon Health Region web site.
Sherbrooke is committed to a representative work force for Aboriginal people. Sherbrooke thanks all applicants, but only those chosen for interviews will be contacted.
If this cutting edge opportunity fits with your vision of what long term care should be please contact us.
Contact Us in Confidence:
Human ResourcesPhone: (306) 655-3642
Sherbrooke Community Centre
401 Acadia Drive
Canada S7H 2E7
Fax: (306) 655-3727
Email (resumes only): Ida Mikytyshyn
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