** NOW HIRING ** Bonny Lea Farm Launches Recruitment Campaign

Bonny Lea Farm Launches Recruitment Campaign                                               For more details: Click here : Employment Opportunities | Bonny Lea Farm

April 20, 2021 – Bonny Lea Farm is launching a campaign to recruit new staff to support adults with differing abilities in having the best possible quality of life. They are focusing their efforts on attracting kind, caring, compassionate people who are looking for more from their career – more satisfaction, more impact, more joy, more appreciation, more stability.

“We want to reach kind, caring, compassionate people who are starting out in the workforce and those looking to make a career change. People who want a rewarding job. People who want to feel good about what they do. If you fit the bill, training is available,” says Karen Lake, incoming Executive Director of Bonny Lea Farm.

Currently, Bonny Lea Farm is hiring for a number of full and part-time term and permanent positions.

“If you value inclusion and are looking for a career here in Nova Scotia, we want to hear from you,” says Residential Services Director, Sheila Landry. “We have a range of opportunities and encourage professional growth in the organization.”

For many who know about Bonny Lea Farm, it is a place that makes you smile. That warmth and experience comes from the people being supported, adults living with a variety of abilities and challenges. The participants are known for being the most authentic, appreciative, engaging people you may have the opportunity to meet and work with.

In addition to daily job satisfaction, they want people to know that they can earn a good living wage with full benefits, paid vacation and long-term stable employment, right here in Nova Scotia.

The campaign featuring social media and some radio ads will roll out in the coming weeks. Stay tuned. And, if you can’t wait, they invite you to check out their website at www.bonnyleafarm.ca to learn more about current opportunities.

It is not only Bonny Lea Farm who is experiencing this. It is a challenge across the sector.

 

Bonny Lea Farm, located in Chester, has been empowering people living with disabilities since 1973.

 

For more details: Employment Opportunities | Bonny Lea Farm