Job Qualifications

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Job Qualifications

Planning a career at Dundas Manor

We're growing and we're hiring! The province of Ontario is increasing direct care for long-term care residents over the next four years. In addition, Dundas Manor is planning for its brand-new, expanded home. It's a great time to join our team!


We are proud to be accreditated with exemplary standing with a very high resident and family satisfaction rate.

Most of all, we have fun! In fact, we work every day to inspire happiness and joy!

Dundas Manor has many different jobs with a single goal of caring for our residents every day. Check out the different opportunities and review the qualifications and requirements needed.    

 A career as a Personal Support Worker

Personal support workers (PSWs) play a vital role at Dundas Manor in helping to residents with care and comfort. Ontario’s colleges prepare students for these careers with a combination of skills training, lab work, and clinical placements. Full-time accelerated and standard programs can be completed in anywhere from six months to one year and part-time programs in up to two years. That means there are many ways to learn and train at a pace that works for you.

To support the demand for trained professionals in this rewarding field, a new, accelerated PSW training program was recently introduced at all 24 public colleges. This new accelerated program comes with: 

  • A condensed schedule that allows students to graduate with a full PSW credential in six months.
  • Opportunities early in the program to get hands-on experience.
  • A paid work placement in the final three months of the program. 

View a complete list of PSW programs at Ontario colleges visit

Please note: 

  • Applicants for Registered Nurse and Registered Practical Nurse positions are required to be registered with the College of Nurses of Ontario and have current CPR certification. New graduates are welcome. Ask about our signing bonuses for Registered staff positions.
  • Personal Support Workers require a valid Personal Support Worker Certificate.
  • All newly hired staff must present a Police Check for Service with the Vulnerable Sector, a two-step Tuberculosis Test, and agree to annual inoculation against influenza.
  • It is a workplace requirement to get vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to starting employment.