Help us change lives, one woman at a time
You want to make a tangible difference in the lives of Toronto’s marginalized women—poor, homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, socially isolated, and often dealing with mental health issues—because you believe that regardless of her circumstances, every woman deserves a hot meal, a shower, a change of clothes and a respectful welcome. You want to join the team at Sistering.
Current Staff Opportunities
The Program Manager is responsible for day to day operations of our low barrier, 24-hour Drop In, including the building and Harm Reduction program. Key responsibilities include program management, program development and advocacy, and staff development and supervision.
Applications open until a suitable candidate is found.
In response to psychological concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic, our Psychological PPE Program provides all Sistering participants with a check in program to assess their mental health and provide support. The Mental Health Counsellor coordinates service provision, ensures development of appropriate treatment recommendations, maintains documentation and monitors progress of clients.
Applications open until July 31, 2020.
Harm Reduction Peers play a key role in supporting Harm Reduction practices at Sistering through preparing harm reduction kits, facilitating testing events, workshops and training for participants. Peers have knowledge on Harm Reduction kits, principles and overdose prevention. There are six (6) openings for this position.
Applications open until August 14, 2020.
Experience Social Justice In Action
Sistering is committed to providing meaningful learning opportunities to students enrolled in a wide range of programs, particularly in the field of social service, social work, public health, nursing and other related fields. This application process is not for students who wish to volunteer on their own time, or for students looking for paid work. For jobs/volunteering opportunities check our volunteers and/or career sections. Unless otherwise specified, all placements are unpaid. Student practicum positions will be posted periodically as they become available. If you do not see the type of placement you are looking for, please check this page regularly to see new student placement postings. Students may only apply for a specific opportunity that is posted on our website; the Student Placement Program does not accept general applications..
Student Eligibility Requirements
The student must be enrolled in a college or university program that requires them to complete a certain number of hours in their field of study in order to graduate. The student’s academic institution must be registered and in good standing with the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities or their appropriate regional governing body. For those seeking education in a regulated field, the student’s degree or diploma program must be recognized by an appropriate regulatory body. Recognition can be through:
- Program accreditation, where it is a standard in the field (e.g. Social Work, Nursing)
- Eligibility for certification with the appropriate professional body (e.g. Counselling, Child and Youth Workers, Addictions and Mental Health Workers)
- Approval by the appropriate professional body (e.g. Social Service Workers)
We are currently not accepting any student placements.