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Work At Causeway

Meaningful, rewarding work: it’s what we do. Apply for a career at Causeway today to see how you can find rewarding work that truly makes a difference in the lives of people in our community.

Check back for job opportunities at Causeway.

  • Catering Supervisor – Krackers Katering

    Catering Supervisor Position

    Are you a hardworking and qualified cook who loves to lead a team and has a keen eye for detail? Do you believe in the power of food to bring communities together? Apply for our Catering Supervisor position and work in an inclusive and professional environment at Krackers Katering.

    Email your resume and cover letter to Hilary Leavens:

  • Business Advisor – Rise

    Business Advisor Position

    Rise is the only national charity dedicated to helping people with mental health conditions or addiction, achieve financial independence through self-employment or small business ownership. We provide resources, mentorship and micro-financing to eliminate barriers, improve life outcomes and strengthen communities.

    As the Business Advisor for Rise, you will drive the design, build, implementation, and ongoing management of Rise Ottawa. This includes the ongoing management and growth of Rise Ottawa and associated entrepreneurship and social finance programs at Causeway.

    Email your resume and cover letter to Zach Tryndale:

Volunteer At Causeway

Are you looking for a rewarding way to strengthen your community? Volunteering at Causeway allows you to play a role in our clients’ journeys. Make a difference. Volunteer at Causeway today.

Volunteers often find roles supporting users of our Employment Resource Centre, on events committees, or on our volunteer Boards of Directors.

Check here for volunteer openings or contact Volunteer Coordinator Luanne Gauvreau at

Eleanor Meier Award Winners

The Eleanor Meier Award is presented by Causeway Foundation to a volunteer who through commitment and caring has significantly contributed to improving the lives of people with mental illness in our community.


2018 – Daniel Watson

2017 – Simon Couvrette

2016 – Holly Beanlands

2015 – Claudia von Zweck

2014 – Pamela Hilchie

2013 – Donna Campbell

2012 – Robert Petrie

2011 – Dianne Breton

2010 – Bruce Hiney

2008 – Jill Mutzeneek

2006 – Eleanor Meier