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Careers at Trinity Village

Join a Winning Team


Known provincially and nationally as leaders in innovation, resident safety, and resident satisfaction, Trinity Village in Kitchener offers a friendly, dynamic culture, which fosters teamwork and continuous improvement. Residents and families are at the heart of all we do and our success is based on our ability to recruit and retain exceptional people. With nearly 450 staff, and volunteers, we are recognized as a top employer in Waterloo area. Click here to learn why.


Staff safety is a top priority and we invest in our people with educational supports, wellness programs, recognition opportunities and leadership training. Our vision is to become the safest and most effective Long Term Care/Assisted Living Facility in Canada, characterized by innovation, compassion and respect.


Applying at Trinity Village


Where are the current job openings posted?

All available jobs are posted on at


How do I apply for a job?

Submit your application through


Is a cover letter required for all applications?

A cover letter is not required, but we recommend including one as it helps us get to know you. Attach your resume and cover letter after you’ve completed the online application section.


What if I am unable to complete the application all at once?

Wait until you have all the information before completing your application.


If I apply for one position, will I be considered for other positions or do I need to apply to each job separately?

You should submit separate applications for each posted position that interests you. Our recruiters look outside the applicant pool and into the database only if there are no qualified applicants.


What if I don’t see a job listed on Indeed? 

You can submit your resume for future consideration to the Staffing Manager. 

[email protected]


Can I contact the hiring manager or recruiter directly?

We request that you only use the online application process on so that applications are available in our database. Once your application is received, our recruiters will review your application and contact you if they have any questions about your background or experience. Our recruiters search our database regularly. If they find your skill set matches a posting, they’ll be in touch with you.


How long are resumes/applications kept in your database?

Your application will be kept for a minimum of six months.


What happens after I apply?

As an equal opportunity employer, we’re dedicated to a fair and equitable hiring process. After the closing date, we review all applications and the most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. In some cases, you may also be asked to do a job related exercise or bring in examples of your work. You should also be prepared to provide references who can speak to your past work experience and qualifications for the position.


Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Career Opportunities

We will contact you if you are selected for an interview, and we may use and disclose information from your resumé to conduct reference checks or to verify your education, job history or qualifications. Applicants may be asked to consent to credit or criminal records checks.  By submitting a resume you authorize the, use and disclosure of your profile and resumé information for recruitment, candidate reporting and new hire administration purposes.


Benefits & Recognition

Staff is drawn to our culture of innovation, compassion and respect. We were proud to be chosen as one of Waterloo Area’s Top Employers 2017 and Waterloo Region’s Healthy Workplace Awards 2016 Platinum Award Recipient. Trinity Village invests in educating and empowering our staff to help them achieve their personal and professional goals by investing in their education.


We offer generous and flexible benefits, wellness programs and numerous opportunities for rewards and recognition. 

Additional benefits and perks include:
  • Health and Dental Benefits
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan (HOOPP)
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) which provides confidential counseling services to employees and their families, as well as a variety of work life services to assist with everyday life challenges
  • Retirement Planning
  • Life and Disability Insurance
  • Maternity/Parental Leave Top Up
  • New Grad Initiatives
  • Employee Discounts
  • Incentive Programs
  • Mother/Family/Pet Friendly Policies
  • Years of Service & Milestone Recognition Rewards
Education & Supports

Trinity Village provides a number of opportunities to enhance your personal and professional growth by our investments in education, staff engagement and workplace satisfaction.


Resident Services Education Fund

Funding is available to Resident Services staff to attend conferences and workshops to expand their skills and knowledge of best practices.


Performance Improvement

Trinity Village drives continuous performance improvement throughout the organization. And thousands of improvements have been implemented we are considered leaders in this proven approach to enhancing care and reducing waste. Training is provided to all employees, with more intense education provided to our leaders. One of our strategic priorities is to nurture a culture of problem-solvers and everyone in the organization is an active partner in performance improvement.


Code of Conduct

At Trinity Village we respect and value each other. Expectations, responsibilities and supports are clearly outlined in our Code of Conduct.


This code applies to all healthcare and service providers, students and volunteers. Together we must:

  • Work in the best interests of our residents
  • Respect and care for each other
  • Act fairly and objectively
  • Recognize and address conflicts of interest
  • Think about how our actions may impact our residents, co-workers, clients and community partners
  • Exercise our best judgment
  • Protect the confidentiality of information trusted to us
  • Come forward if we are aware of something that we think is not in the best interest of our patients or our organization
  • Have the courage to stand up for what is right


                 Waterloo Region's Healthy Workplace Award