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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.

  • Employment Support Specialist

    Job Description: Employment Support Specialist


    Are you passionate about building inclusive communities? Do you like working with people? Join our team as an Employment Support Specialist where you will help to develop, secure and maintain employment opportunities for people accessing Causeway’s employment programs. This position works with the Employment Team as a whole as well as other departments in Causeway and the community at large to provide a best practice, person-centered approach to assisting participants in achieving their employment goals.


    To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Sharon Lewis, Director of Programs and Services, at by August 12th, 2022.

  • Needle Hunters

    Job Description: Needle Hunters – General Positions & Supervisor


    Needle Hunters Needed

    Causeway is looking for community minded individuals to work in our Needle Hunters Program. We are looking for motivated individuals who want to make a difference in our community and recognize the importance of increasing safety in our city.


    Candidates can contact:


    Justin Byrne at 613-818-6756 or

    Saivani Sanassy at 613-316-4631 or

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 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