Job Posting: Social Worker

Date: April 28, 2023

About SPRINT Senior Care

SPRINT Senior Care began caring for seniors and enabling seniors to care for themselves in 1983. We continue to do so today as an accredited, not-for-profit community support service agency in Toronto by offering a wide range of practical and low-cost services to seniors and their caregivers. Our services help seniors stay safe, connected, and live as independently as possible. They also prevent premature or inappropriate institutionalization.

Position Type

Full-time, Permanent


Transitional Care

Reports to:

Social Worker Manager 



Job Summary:

Social workers engage clients and stakeholders to work on common goals to improve client independence, level of functioning and connections to their community. Social workers are the initial point of agency contact for most SPRINT Senior Care clients; they take responsibility for screening calls and determining needed services/supports to which clients (and their families) can be referred.  In addition, social workers are involved in community development work, support groups and collaboration and partnership initiatives.



Our Caring Workplace:

Imagine finding purpose every day by caring for seniors and supporting their caregivers. Working at SPRINT Senior Care, you’ll have the opportunity to be a part of a passionate team committed to providing client-centred, high-quality services to seniors in our service area.

SPRINT Senior Care’s inclusive environment is one of many benefits for staff, including SPRINT Senior Care’s dedication to staff wellness, health and dental plan, pension, employee recognition and events, and learning opportunities including tuition reimbursement.


$55,146.00-$58,513.00 per year

How To Apply:

Please email your applications quoting “Social Worker” in your subject title to

SPRINT Senior Care encourages applications from candidates who reflect the diversity of our community.

SPRINT Senior Care is committed to inclusive and accessible recruitment practices in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA). Reasonable accommodations are available on request for candidates with disabilities taking part in all aspects of the selection process.