Change Lives for a Living
FACS offers a diverse range of career options for those eager to make a difference in their community. Our team works from a variety of locations throughout Niagara to provide essential services to protect children, support families and help youth and adults reach their potential.
FACS is proud to offer our staff competitive salaries and benefits and a comprehensive wellness program.
Let’s answer some of the questions you may have about working with FACS.
What can I do to be considered for future opportunities with FACS Niagara?
FACS maintains a file of qualified applicants that is reviewed when openings arise. We invite qualified applicants to submit a resume to the Human Resources Department:
Mail: P.O. Box 24028, St. Catharines, ON L2R 7P7
What kind of education do I need to work at FACS?
FACS offers employment opportunities with varying educational requirements.
Do I need to speak French to work at FACS?
While being bilingual is not mandatory, preference will be given to candidates who are bilingual in French and English.
What should I do if I require accommodation during the interview process?
If you are contacted for an interview, please advise Human Resources if you require accommodation at that time.
Living & Working in Niagara
For more than a century, FACS Niagara has provided vital child welfare, family and community support programs, counselling, foster care and adoption services to the residents of Niagara. An area with rural farmlands and suburban amenities, the Niagara Region provides a tranquil lifestyle and many special places of interest including historic Niagara-on-the-Lake, Niagara Falls, the Shaw Festival and our world class wineries, as well as quick and easy access to Toronto and the U.S.