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Providence Motherhouse

PVI is an equal opportunity employer, committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. We value and celebrate the unique qualities, perspectives and experiences each team member brings, and are dedicated to creating an environment where everyone feels valued, respected and empowered to contribute their unique skills and ideas. We welcome and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds, identities and experiences, and prioritize equity in our hiring processes, aiming to eliminate bias and systemic barriers to ensure fair opportunities for all qualified candidates. We believe that an equitable work environment leads to innovation, collaboration and success. Join us in building a more inclusive future together.

We post available opportunities with PVI and with the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul on our site. Additional details can be found in individual job postings.

About PVI

Providence Village is a not-for-profit organization founded by the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul to use the 30-acre property located at 1200 Princess St. in Kingston, Ontario to build a community hub of housing, health and social services to support vulnerable populations in our region.

About the Providence Motherhouse

The Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul are a congregation of Roman Catholic women founded in Kingston, Ontario on December 13, 1861. Providence Motherhouse at 1200 Princess Street is the home of the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul and the administrative centre for the congregation and its ministries. It is also a home to members of the Congregation of Notre Dame and the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph.

About Kingston

History and innovation thrive in our dynamic city located along the beautiful shores of Lake Ontario, an easy drive from Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, in the heart of eastern Ontario. With a stable and diversified economy that includes global corporations, innovative startups and all levels of government, Kingston’s high quality of life offers access to world-class education and research institutions, advanced healthcare facilities, affordable living and vibrant entertainment and tourism activities.

Why Join PVI?

  • Nursing positions offer high ratio of staff to residents/Sisters; 8- and/or 12-hour shifts that promote work/life balance and working to full scope of practice
  • Opportunities for professional growth
  • Mission-driven work with an organization committed to supporting vulnerable populations and making a positive impact in the community
  • Collaborative team environment that strives to make everyone feel valued, respected and empowered
  • Professional development opportunities for skill development and career growth
  • Competitive compensation and benefit packages
  • Flexible work arrangements that accommodate various needs and preferences
  • A beautiful workplace on a picturesque 30-acre property in Kingston, rich in history and surrounded by nature
  • Free Parking

Available Opportunities

Please visit the links below to learn more and apply.

Manager, Financial Services
Full-Time, External
Deadline: Position will remain posted until filled.

“My time at Providence Motherhouse was truly a unique experience. The sisters and staff live true to their mission by empowering the vulnerable through compassionate service and advocating for one another in their growing age. Upon arrival, I found myself warmly welcomed by the friendly sister’s faces. It was a blessing to be able to care for them. The house is peaceful, and the sisters are deeply thankful for all their healthcare staff. Respect, compassion, and patience was always shown with every interaction. I am especially impressed by the level of care that the healthcare staff provide to these women. It is truly the pinnacle of competent, patient-centered care. These sisters live their lives with dignity, and I hope that their legacy will remind people of their grace.

I would also like to make a special note for the nurse Judy, nurse Beatrice, and PSW Heather. These women showed me compassion at a vulnerable time as a new nursing student and guided me flawlessly in how things are done around Motherhouse. I hope that you share this message with them and let them know I am extremely grateful for meeting all of them!”

– Tori Wentz, Nursing Student, St. Lawrence College