Employment Opportunities

CONNECT Employment Services Inc. is a non-profit, community-based organization that supports adults with intellectual disabilities living in the City of Winnipeg to work and participate in the community.

We are always interested in meeting potential staff who share our passion for building an inclusive and diverse community, which embraces the contributions that people with intellectual disabilities make to our community and workplaces.

Our staff also come from diverse backgrounds, and their experience spans many professions.  We currently employ people in roles related to case management, job coaching, job development, administration, and marketing.

If you are interested in learning more about Connect Employment Services and opportunities to join our team, we encourage you to reach out to one of our Program Managers:

Cathy Zlotoff, Program Manager, [email protected]

Kathy Cook, Program Manager, [email protected]

Lori Watson Sewell, Program Manager, [email protected]







We are seeking an Individualized Support Staff to join us in promoting community-based employment for adults with intellectual disabilities in Winnipeg. You will be providing one to one supports for an individual in a variety of community settings. Your responsibilities will include:

  • developing community relationships and partnerships to ensure full inclusion
  • assisting individuals to participate in employment or volunteer opportunities as well as leisure, recreation and educational activities in the community
  • providing instruction and physical support in personal care and daily living skills
  • assist individual with the preparation and implementation of their person-centered plan
  • working closely with the Management team to meet individuals goals and needs
  • completing reports and documentation on activities
  • providing transportation support
  • participating in agency meetings and trainings opportunities

Interested candidates with the following qualifications are encouraged to apply:

  • experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities
  • post-secondary training, degree or certificate in relevant field of study
  • demonstrated ability to build effective working relationships
  • excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training an asset
  • clear Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse & Adult Abuse Registries required

 Submit a resume and cover letter to: 

Cathy Zlotoff, Program Manager, [email protected]






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