Careers

Carizon believes in developing an organizational culture that fosters innovation, continuous learning and improvement, best practices and team approaches.

Current Opportunities

Community Resource Worker

The Community Resource Worker is responsible for improving access to community mental health services for WRDSB & WCDSB students and their families. The Community Resource Worker will also collaborate with, school board personnel within the Waterloo Region to develop the capacity to identify and intervene early to support students and families at risk of mental health challenges.  This is a continuum of service that focuses on early intervention to more targeted support.

Full-time Contract

Student Support Worker

The Student Support Worker supports program participants who live within the designated catchment area and are enrolled in, and attending, secondary school. In this role, he/she efficiently and effectively provides individual, academic, social and financial supports to the students with the intention of helping them graduate from high school and transition to post-secondary education, training or meaningful employment.

Full-time Contract

Human Resources Generalist

As a fundamental member of the Human Resources team, the HR Generalist is responsible for the effective daily operation of the organization’s Human Resources programs/initiatives. The main focus of this role is to guide and manage the overall provision of Human Resources services, policies, and programs for the entire agency.  This position reports to the Director of Talent Management and Engagement.

Full-time Permanent

Children's Mental Health Worker - Relief Positions

Children's Mental Health Worker - Relief Positions

As a member of a collaborative multi-professional team, the Children’s Mental Health Worker-Relief is responsible for creating and maintaining a healing environment for children to heal, learn and grow.

Student Opportunities

Student Opportunities

Carizon partners with a variety of educational institutions to assist their students in the process of completing their course requirements. We provide a limited number of unpaid placements each semester of the year in several of our programs.

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