Be part of our team!

W ith 25 years of delivering quality service to individuals and their families, Williamsburg Non-Profit Housing Corporation is a dynamic not-for-profit organization and a leader in community services.

At WNPHC, you’ll be employed in a highly collaborative work environment where you can benefit from:

  • Rewarding pay & benefit programs
  • Flexible & set work schedules
  • Paid orientation, education, professional training & staff development opportunities
  • A sense of independence while working in clients’ homes, offices & other community settings.
  • Making a difference in the lives of our clients
  • Employment recognition

We believe that the high quality of service that WNPHC provides originates from the expertise and commitment of our people.  Whether you are a recent grad or a veteran healthcare provider,WNPHC provides rewarding and challenging career paths that will meet or exceed your personal and professional goals. We foster an environment that demonstrates appreciation and respect for all of our employees and volunteers.

Our goal is to provide the best community services to Ontarians and we do it by inviting exceptionally talented people to join Williamsburg Non-Profit Housing’s  team of over 50 dedicated and compassionate employees.

Williamsburg Non-Profit Housing Corporation welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

 Current Job Opportunities (See below for more details):

  • Administrative Assistant – NOW CLOSED

Current Openings

Administrative Assistant

Reports to:            Team Leader

Hours of Work:      Full Time (37.5 hours/week)

Purpose:                Perform a wide range of administrative, bookkeeping and office support within a team environment in order to facilitate the efficient operation of the organization.

Key responsibilities:


  • Receive, record, post to client’s account & balance client fees for deposit
  • Perform book keeping duties as assigned and ensure all bills are paid in a timely manner.


  • Provides telephone and counter receptionist duties in a warm, professional manner
  • Promote and educate the public on the Services of the Centre
  • Book appointments for clients with office staff through Caredove system


  • Complete following computer duties: record keeping, correspondences, client payments, statistics, create & update service forms, service manuals, advertising pamphlets & posters
  • Prepare Meals on Wheels routes, calculate mileage, arrange volunteer driver schedules and update kitchen staff for daily requirements for Meals on Wheels clients and diners club.
  • Schedule Foot Care clients & arrange volunteer receptionists
  • Act as minute secretary at team meetings, IPAC, Joint Health and Safety meetings, and other meetings as assigned, and prepare minutes and distribute to team
  • Assist in preparing monthly Board meeting packages
  • Provide secretarial and administrative support to management and other staff
  • Assemble client intake assessment packages and ensure there are adequate packages prepared to meet need
  • Organize and distribute client surveys on a monthly basis, and input returned surveys
  • Assist with Diners Club planning, preparation and serving
  • Complete filing, order office supplies, and other general office duties as required
  • Assist with website management


  • Minimum of College Administrative Assistant Diploma or equivalent post- secondary education in office management and/or three to five years job related experience;
  • Excellent computer skills with experience on a variety of software including Microsoft Office and ability to learn new software programs;
  • Demonstrated financial and bookkeeping knowledge and experience;
  • Knowledge of clerical and administrative procedures and systems;
  • Demonstrate ability to multitask and shift priorities to reflect daily changes;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills to provide effective customer service to clients, staff and volunteers in a sensitive and respectful manner;
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team with minimal supervision;
  • Safe Food Handling Certificate, or willingness to obtain upon hire;
  • Detail oriented and consistently accurate;
  • Demonstrated commitment to staff, tenant and client safety;
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality;
  • Experience working in a healthcare field or with seniors would be an asset;
  • Self-motivated & flexible;

Williamsburg Non-Profit Housing Corporation welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.


Applicants should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position to or drop off to the J.W. MacIntosh Seniors Support Centre at 4324 Villa Drive, Williamsburg by Wednesday November 15, 2017 at noon.

Please note the selected candidate will be required to submit to a current criminal reference check.