Fresh Start strictly hires individuals who are personally dealing with mental health issues. While the applicant can be struggling with dual disabilities, such as physical or learning disabilities, and/or addiction, they must also be dealing with one that falls under mental health. While the company does not post job opportunities on the website, there are often job openings so feel free to call Karen at 416-504-4262, #227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what’s available.
While resumes are accepted, Fresh Start’s general job application is preferred. (Find copy on this page). We are always accepting these regardless of whether there are job opportunities, so it is suggested all interested parties submit one via fax (416-504-3429), by email, snail mail, or hand delivered to the office, so they can be later reviewed. Please note, applicants more often than not will not be interviewed at the time the application is dropped off.
The interview process is two-tiered. There is a preliminary phone interview and then there is a hands-on cleaning interview at the Fresh Start office to demonstrate the applicant’s cleaning skills. (This does not apply for those strictly applying for snow removal).
Fresh Start presents job offers to those deemed most qualified which is based on availability, professionalism, and the ability to clean (professional experience is not required but having the skill is).
All applicants will need to present a hard copy of a government document with their name and social insurance number on it (knowing the number is not enough) as well as government I.D. other than a health card, if hired.
Some jobs require CSA approved safety boots which will be the responsibility of the employee. All other safety equipment is provided.
We look forward to receiving your application. You will hear back when a position comes available that you are deemed suited for.
General Employment Application form