Join Our Team

Why work at Cornerstone Housing for Women?

It’s because of hard working, compassionate, and dedicated employees at Cornerstone that we are able to help women and gender-diverse people in need find hope through healing and housing.

Working at Cornerstone means being a part of a caring community that fosters a culture collaboration, respect, equity, diversity, inclusion, and support. It means being a part of ending chronic homelessness in our city and we can’t do that without you!

Work that benefits you!

Creating a healthy and flexible work environment is very important to us. We offer a wide range of roles to suit different lifestyle needs – from Casual/Relief and Contracts to Full-Time and Part-Time, Permanent positions. Our benefits differ based on type of the position.

  • We want our staff to flourish in their roles and the many other roles in their lives. We offer paid vacation and sick/personal leave for some positions to allow our staff to balance their personal and professional priorities.
  • We offer a comprehensive Health and Dental plan, Life Insurance & Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D), Long Term Disability insurance, and a Registered Pension Plan with Employer contribution.
  • Team members can take advantage of our Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
  • We invest in the long-term success of our team through our many professional development opportunities.
  • Other benefits to working with us may include various employee discounts.
  • An opportunity to work with a friendly and supportive team

Ready to be part of a team making a difference?


Cornerstone Housing for Women is committed to building a team that reflects and embodies the diversity of the communities we serve and where all staff feel valued, respected, and supported. We are striving towards cultivating a diverse, anti-racist, inclusive, accessible, respectful, and equitable workplace.

Cornerstone acknowledges the diversity and life experiences of our staff and the residents that we serve. We respect the principles held within the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Ontario Human Rights Code.

We encourage applications from qualified individuals with lived experience of homelessness, housing insecurity, or gender-based violence. We invite applicants from Indigenous, Black, racialized communities and all ethnic and cultural backgrounds, persons with disabilities, religions, immigrants and newcomers, sexual orientations, and gender identities and expressions.

Cornerstone is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively encourages diversity in our staff team. If you require any accommodation though the hiring process, please contact us at