Join our team and become part of a community helping individuals live independently.

We are looking for motivated and caring team members who can provide personal support for adults with disabilities and seniors to help them thrive as independent individuals. We work with clients in their homes and community to help them lead independent lives with dignity.

What does it mean to be an Attendant or a Homemaker?

Community Impact

You can make an impact by providing personal support and homemaking services that promote independence, dignity, and respect. Clients direct their own care, and you act as a physical extension of them.

Enhanced Training

Our training helps you enhance your skills as a Homemaker to provide the best care possible to our clients. Our Attendants receive client-specific, medical training that builds on the skills of a PSW.


We provide care to clients in their homes, and other community settings. This gives you the flexibility of working outside of a hospital or care home.

A Day in the Life:

  • We travel to clients’ homes to provide care and services based on their needs
  • We interact with clients and their support networks professionally and respectfully
  • Depending on your role, we provide client-directed personal care and homemaking services including:
  • Personal Grooming & Hygiene
  • Bathing & Washing
  • Meal Preparation and Light Housekeeping Duties
  • Rising, Retiring & Position Changes
  • Specialized Care (G Tube or other needs)
  • Safely operate mobility devices

We’re looking for someone who:

  • Is passionate about helping others and wants to make a difference in their community
  • Can perform physical work, on their feet and lifting heavy objects such as assisting with lifts & transfers
  • Treats adults with disabilities and seniors with dignity and respect
  • Is dedicated to continuous learning and building their skills
  • Is organized and can manage their time efficiently and independently
  • Uses their professional judgement while working independently in the community

Pay & Benefits

*Some conditions apply.

What We Offer:
  • Full-Time, Part-Time and Casual Hours
  • PPE is Available At All Times
  • Paid Travel Time and Mileage
  • Variable Hours Up To 44 Hours Per Week
  • Smart Phone to Track Hours and View Work Assignments
  • Fixed 2-Week Schedules
  • Weekend & Overnight Shift Premiums *
  • Co-Op Student Opportunities
  • Paid training and ongoing educational opportunities
  • $1,000.00 Signing Bonus *
  • Attendant hourly rate of $20.80 – $23.37 *
  • Homemaker hourly rate of $18.05 *
  • Health & Dental Benefits After 1 Month for Full-Time Employees *
  • Long-Term Disability Income Protection Plan *
  • CAA Corporate Membership Card
  • RRSP Matching up to 2.5% of Annual Salary *
  • Anonymous & Confidential Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Why ILS Simcoe County?

Professional Development

You will build a development plan and access ongoing training opportunities to build your skills. These include attendant care skills, dementia training, and many more.

Access to Technology

We provide all of the technology you need to do your job and provide the best care possible. On your device, you can view schedules and log information about your clients.


We offer medical benefits, premium pay for overnight and weekend shifts and access to the Employee And Family Assistance Program.

Respectful Workplace

ILS is accredited by CARF and we promote a mutually respectful workplace where we listen, support and empower each other.

In-Home Services

As an ILS attendant, you work independently with clients in the community outside of hospital or care home settings. You get to build relationships with clients in their homes.

Join A Community

When you work with ILS, you become a part of a dedicated team of caring individuals who encourage each other’s growth and success.

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