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Career Opportunities

The vision and goal of Community Inclusions Ltd. is to support the person with an intellectual disability in important life experiences including the following: Having a physical presence in the community; Being involved with community activities/groups; Having personal relationships and friends; Learning and developing skills and abilities; Making decisions – taking control; and being respected – having a good reputation.

Interested in a career in Human Services? Do you think you have what it takes to be part of our team?

Community Inclusions offers the opportunity to learn and grow throughout our organization.

With growth in this field comes a demand for more positions and more hiring.

As an industry, we have lobbied for a Human Services program to be offered in the western part of PEI, as we need this type of training to fill positions. The West Prince Campus of Holland College is now offering this program and many of their students have joined us, filling vacancies.

We also hire other educational backgrounds such as Residential Care Workers, youth workers and persons with nursing and psychology backgrounds to assist in meeting the demands of specific clientele.


As part of the prerequisite for many college and university courses, students are asked to complete volunteer hours in the field of study. We are happy to assist students in this portion and we also offer the opportunity to complete job placements and summer job programs. 

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Your application to work at Community Inclusions is an important first introduction and it can tell us a lot about you in a short amount of time. You should use that opportunity to make a good impression. We suggest that you start your email by making sure you add the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line. For example: "Application for Residential Support Service Position - JOB ID: 12345."

All applicants are encouraged to introduce yourself in your email when applying for a position with Community Inclusions Ltd. or for Maple House Bakery & Cafe. This is a great opportunity to tell us a little about yourself, how you heard about us and why you think you might be the best candidate for the position. Attaching a cover letter along with your resume is also strongly recommended.

While we try to do our best to respond to all applicants, sometimes that may be difficult to do. 

Thank you and good luck to all applicants!

Community Inclusions is looking for a full time temporary Administrative Clerk. Wage to be negotiated pending qualifications. For details on the job description, please click the link. More...

60 % Human Services - Residential/Group Home Worker

-Deadline for Applications - April 7th, 2022* EXTENDED

60% Permanent position - Location - Greenmount. Residential Group Home Workers can work at any or all of our residential homes. Each one requires a unique set of skills and opportunities to learn.

*Deadline date may be extended if adequate applications are not received. More...

Maple House Bakery & Café is looking for a part time Baker. This position could lead to a full time position for the right person. Do you enjoy baking at home? Are you familiar working with bread doughs, biscuits, or rolls? Positions start at $14.80(includes vacation pay). Full time positions include pension, sick and vacation time. Family friendly work schedule. No evening shifts.

See job description here

Maple House Bakery and Café seeking to hire a full-time Café Attendant\Grill Cook as well, are looking to hire a casual Café Attendant\Grill Cook as it looks to reopen its services from a recent pause due to the Omicron Covid variant.  The organization would also like to add to its current list of casual staff in general.  There is also a good possibility that some of these new positions could lead to permanent, full-time work.

Casual Residential Group Home Workers can work at any or all of our residential homes. Each one requires a unique set of skills and opportunities to learn. More...

Some of the duties include but are not limited to:

  • To support and advocate on behalf of persons with an intellectual disability who are a part of your personal caseload.

  • To consult with significant others and develop personal plans for clients. Plans should identify long and short-term objectives and will focus on needs for quality of life and inclusion in the community.

  • To support on site day programming while continuously striving to increase community inclusions and participation. More...

Let's Work Together

Think you have the skills to be a human service worker? We'd like to meet with you and get a chance to know you better. We offer opportunities for you to gain experience through completing volunteer hours, skills programs and job placements. Call us today to find out more.