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A Rewarding career in Home Care

 You have always known how to care, now is your time to be a caregiver...

Caregiving for an aging population requires knowledge and skills to deal with complex senior needs. Together, the caregivers, SWI Management, the family and the client make a care team that can provide seamless coordinated care.

As a member of the Senior Watch® team, you can look forward to a rewarding career helping seniors achieve their best possible quality of life, knowing you are fully supported by an organization dedicated exclusively to caring compassionately for the elderly.

Full-time employment is available for those who qualify. You must have current CPR and First Aid Certification and a PSW Certificate (training available through our Care-Ed Learning Program), be willing to work 30-44 hours a week and have access to a car. Part-time and weekend work is available at an entry level with the same requirements.

As an Intern you will sit in a classroom with other members of the public, Special Care Home employees, or family caregivers.  

We offer you…

• Part time or Full time employment in a team atmosphere

• Caregiver Internship: Learn at your own pace, upgrade your

  qualifications and improve your earning power.

  • Benefits Package: Employer cost -sharing plan in Single Health Insurance including prescriptions, dental and vision for full time employees. Family plan available.
  • RRSP Savings Plan

Employment is conditional upon a DSD Record Check, Vulnerable Sector Check, Criminal Record Check, and current CPR & First Aid Certification.

Caring for our Employees

 You take care of our clients, we take care of you!

The Senior Watch team is a family that cares.

As a Senior Watch® employee, you will be part of a team of RN’s, LPN’s and Personal Support Workers (PSW) who work together to ensure client well-being at all times.

To protect our staff, we have set up several policies to protect you when you become an employee.


It is Senior Watch policy to immediately remove an employee from any situation where a client is abusive - verbally, physically or psychologically.


Safe Medication Practices

For the protection of our staff families/clients are advised that bubble-wrapped packaging by the dispensing pharmacy is required for those who are unable to take medication on their own.


Safety in the Client’s Home

Client premises are inspected by Senior Watch personnel to ensure there are no obvious hazards which might be a danger to you or to the client. Material Safety Data Sheets are placed in each home alerting the caregiver to the presence of hazardous materials and the emergency care required.


Personal Safety

A yearly refresher course in Back in Form is compulsory.

To protect our clients, all Senior Watch staff are carefully screened, trained, and insured.

Interested? Take a look at our recent Job Postings.