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At Community Living Windsor - there are 5 group hires a year.
You will be called for a group interview. There will be ~30 people for 3 hours. It is 2ish hours of an information session to learn more about the organization, then a small group interview with 5 people and one manager and then a brief interview with two mangers and yourself.
After that, if you are successful, you will be called back for another short interview (10minutes) with two managers and yourself. At that meeting, if successful then you will be given a job offer and a bunch of paperwork to complete (physical health exam, police record check, etc.) and login information to read policies before the training starts.
From the time of my group interview to the start of the training day it was one month.
The training takes two weeks and is fully paid.

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Scattered. Some positions are days hours, some are evenings. Depends on what your position is within the company.

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Bring your resume and a current police criminal background check

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Apply online and be available for a team interview about an hour a half.

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Cas check, vulnerable sector check, medical check, drivers abstract.

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Management overall is good. However, I think that if they hire less but provide better hours for part timers , and listen to their needs not just financially it would improve working at the company. Also, offer more career growth . Overall still a rewarding role .

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