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Personal Support Worker (PSW)

Helping Hands Healthcare Canada Southern Ontario Medical Facilities Full-time, Part-time or Casual Staff

Helping Hands Healthcare is looking for highly professional, experienced Personal Support Workers qualified to provide direct care to patients.

  • What professions do you hire?
    Helping Hands Healthcare hires Registered Nurses and Personal Support Workers for temporary work assignments as well as administrative staff to work in the local Mississauga office. We welcome applications from the following professionals: Specialty Registered Nurses with experience in Critical Care (ICU, CVICU, CCU), NICU Emergency and Post-Anesthetic units. Registered Nurses with experience in Medical/Surgical, Rehabilitation, Surgery, Complex Continuing Care (CCC), Mental Health, Maternal Child Care, Paediatrics and Obstetrics units. Registered Practical Nurses experienced in Medical/Surgical, Complex Continuing Care (CCC), Rehabilitation and Mental Health units. Personal Support Workers with experience in Personal Care and Constant Care. Office Administrators and Staffing Coordinators.
  • What does “elect-to-work” mean?
    “Elect-to-work” is one of the greatest benefits of working with Helping Hands Healthcare. It means that you work whenever you want to work, giving you full autonomy over your work schedule. We offer shifts on weekends, weekdays, days, evening and nights, allowing you full flexibility with your schedule.
  • What does the hiring process look like?
    Click the “Apply Now” button below to submit your resume and application for review. Following your submission, our team at Helping Hands Healthcare will review your application promptly. Once we have determined your qualifications are the type we require, we will contact you. You may be asked to provide additional documents and submit copies of your credentials. We will then schedule an in-person interview. Following the interview, we will review your credentials and decide if you would be a good fit for Helping Hands Healthcare. Should you be hired, we determine together where you would like to work (geographical areas, and which hospitals and units or private care).
  • When can I start working?
    It can be stressful to start a new job, so the team at Helping Hands Healthcare will try to make sure this transition is as smooth as possible for you. First, you will be sent to an orientation at the unit(s) you will be working in so you can familiarize yourself with your new working environment. Following orientation, you will be asked to be sure your availability is up-to-date so our staffing coordinators can schedule you accordingly at your chosen units.
  • Do you offer educational opportunities?
    We always look for new and innovative educational opportunities that will challenge and inspire you to be the best healthcare professional you can be. Through online training sessions, webinars and self-learning packages, we always keep you informed and up-to-date on the latest medical news and practices. Additionally, Helping Hands Healthcare, in cooperation with our clients, will organize orientation sessions so that you can become familiar with your work environments upon being hired.
  • Who should I contact if I have work-related questions during my shift at the client’s facility?
    Firstly, you speak with the Nurse in Charge. Then immediately following, call Helping Hands Healthcare at (905)-285-0202. We are here to answer all your questions, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so please do not hesitate to contact us.
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