Offering you opportunities to work in a challenging career in Human Services.

We recognize and appreciate the contribution each employee makes to the well-being of our organization, and to the delivery of service to people. In turn, we endeavour to provide employment which is rewarding, both professionally and personally.

We are committed to fairness and equity in its employment practices, to fostering a work environment that is characterized by dignity, courtesy, and respect and in which there are opportunities for challenge, broadening experiences and advancement. We are also committed to providing employees with support, recognition and appreciation for their contribution.

Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice Award 

February 2021

We are thrilled to announce that YSSN is a recipient of the Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice Award (NEOC) for 2020!

It's an honour to be recognized as a non-profit whose people, leadership and vision translate into outstanding talent management practices that support successful mission delivery in the communities we serve.

Learn more here.




Current Opportunities


Respite Access Facilitator 

Full-time contract positon to March 31, 2022 (with the possiblility of an extension or becoming permanent)

The Respite Access Facilitator is responsible for working with families to develop respite plans and provide service coordination for respite on behalf of individuals with a developmental disability. Tasks will include assessment of needs, consultation, the development and coordination of respite plans, processing of respite funding applications and navigation of the service system.

Apply by June 18, 2021

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Developmental Services Case Manager - Intake 

One .7fte (24.5 hrs/wk) contract position to March 31, 2022 (with a possiblity of an extension or becoming permanent)

The Developmental Services Case Manager – Intake is responsible for the provision of case management and advocacy services to children and adults who have a developmental disability or dual diagnosis (developmental disability and mental health). The main functions include short term case management, intake functions such as needs assessments using specific tools, eligibility screening for children’s referrals, warm transfers/referral support and community education.

Apply by June 18, 2021

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Project Manager

Contract position to December 2021 - Part-time (17.5 hrs/wk)

The Project Manager will interact, collaborate, and assist Streamlined Access project team members with projects including the Eastern York Region North Durham (EYRND) Ontario Health Team (OHT) initiative. This position will serve as a liaison between various internal and external stakeholders. The successful candidate must have experience in project management and business process analytics and be able to work and plan in a complex and ambiguous environment. We are looking for a detail-oriented individual with the ability to work in a fast paced, rapidly changing environment.


Apply by June 20, 2021

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