Job Opportunities

Our people are the heart of our success.

We’re committed to embedding inclusion into everything we do. From celebrating our people, to improving our participant's experience, to supporting our community, we are on a journey to build a more inclusive future for all those we serve.

Why Work With Us

Everyday, our dedicated team works hard to make sure that everyone who comes through our doors is treated with compassion, dignity, and respect.

Our mission is to offer support and encouragement to people who are marginalized because of mental health, disabilities, substance abuse, poverty, or homelessness, it’s our job to increase their level of self-sufficiency by providing opportunities. 

We invite you to visit our job listings page regularly to see if there’s a role that’s right for you.

Current Job Opportunities

  • Community Farm Worker - [Click Here to See the Full Job Description] Start Me Up Niagara’s Community Farm is focused on growing healthy foods for SMUN’s food programs and to share with the neighbourhood. The focus of the farm program is to help improve overall community health, to engage participants to be involved in growing healthy produce and to help make them widely available so individuals can better incorporate them into their daily lives. The Community Farm Worker will work under the guidance of the Farm Manager and with a team, helping to grow a variety fresh produce.  Practical knowledge and experience in horticulture is considered an asset. The Farm Worker will help with the day-to-day operations of the farm during the growing season.
    • Applicants are invited to email a cover letter and resume to Erin Riseing, Community Garden Program Coordinator at eriseing@startmeupniagara.ca  with the subject line “Community Garden Worker Application”. 
  • Food Service Worker - [Click Here to See the Full Job Description] Start Me Up Niagara’s Healthy Kitchen is committed to provide healthy nutritious meals to our clients. The focus of the food program is to help improve overall community health, to engage participants to be involved in learning some cooking skills and help individuals incorporate those skills into their daily lives. The Food Service Worker will work under the guidance of the Food Program Manager and with a team, helping to do variety of duties in the kitchen.  Practical knowledge of safe food handling and experience in the kitchen is considered an asset. 
    • Applicants are invited to email a cover letter and resume to Duaa Hussein, Food Program Coordinator at duaa@startmeupniagara.ca  with the subject line “Food Service Worker Application”. 

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Please complete and submit the form below to leave your resume on file with us. We strongly suggest checking our website for openings and SMUN cannot guarantee resumes submitted through our form will be paired up with current or future openings. 

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