Careers at Surrey Place
Become a leader of the next generation
We strive to improve the lives of our clients through support, care, research and education. As one of the leading developmental disabilities organizations, we’re always innovating to provide the best client experiences to individuals and families that come through our doors. For each one of our employees, we offer exciting opportunities to advance their careers in a supportive, dynamic and welcoming environment.
How We Work?
At Surrey Place, we have a team of 450+ staff with full-time, part-time and contract positions. Together, we serve about 10,000 children, youth and adults with developmental disabilities and their families annually across Ontario. Every one of our clients benefits from our programs, services, community initiatives and our dedication to client-first, family-centred care. Our commitment to service excellence is a direct reflection of Surrey Place as an organization and as a team. Surrey Place staff become advocates for people with developmental disabilities and champions of inclusion, diversity and accessibility. When you work at Surrey Place, you are contributing to the shared vision of a better tomorrow for all.
Why Work for Us?
Comprehensive Benefits Package
Healthy Work-Life Balance
We provide unique benefits that make Surrey Place a great place to work, including a competitive salary, excellent benefits, paid time off, research opportunities and flexible work arrangements. When you work at Surrey Place, you’ll be contributing to our vision of a better tomorrow for all.
Current Job Opportunities
As a leading developmental disabilities organization, we are always looking to increase our capacity to innovate, including growing our team. We offer a range of jobs and career opportunities to people who want to make a difference in the lives of our clients and families.
“My name is Ashan Fernando, and I’m a member of the Self-Advocacy Council and the Board of Directors at Surrey Place. I joined the council last year because I want to speak up for people with developmental, physical and mental disabilities and help people find support. The council is a place to discuss matters that are important to you, share your suggestions and show your passion for advocacy! I’m proud to take on leadership roles in the council, show my incentive and bring peer support. We ensure everyone feels accepted,… READ MOREAshan F.