Connect Nonprofit Jobs
Connecting people and jobs for thriving communities
Connect Nonprofit Jobs connects talented workers with employers across Ontario who are on the decent work journey and value nonprofit sector professionals.
About the ONN jobs portal
The job listings site is run by the Ontario Nonprofit Network and is part of ONN’s efforts to promote a labour force strategy for Ontario’s nonprofits and charities. ONN believes that harnessing workers’ passions can amplify the impact of organizations on their communities.
Job-seekers can use the Connect Nonprofit Jobs portal to find job opportunities in the Ontario nonprofit sector. Get started at connectjobs.ca.
ONN members can post job opportunities for free, all year-round. You must be an ONN member and you must be a not-for-profit or charitable organization in order to post a job. To become an ONN member, visit our Membership page.
ONN’s commitment to Decent Work
Connect Nonprofit Jobs reflects ONN’s commitment to decent work. To support nonprofit workers and strengthen Ontario’s nonprofit labour force, ONN is developing a culture of labour market planning, including:
- Building a decent work movement: At ONN, we believe the key to recruiting and retaining top talent is by implementing decent work into all policies and processes. We have learned that when our sector’s workers can access decent work, not only do they do well, but organizations are better equipped to meet their missions, and as a result, our communities thrive. This is why all job postings on Connect Jobs must disclose pay scales and why ONN continues to research and create tools to advance decent work in our sector.
- Identifying leadership skills needed for the future of our sector: ONN completes research on leadership and anticipates changes in the nonprofit environment, including changing demographics, resource constraints, the changing nature of work, technological developments, and more. It identifies key “competencies”—knowledge, skills, capabilities and attributes, and more—that nonprofit leaders will need to respond to these pressures and opportunities in the next two decades.
By collaborating across the sector, nonprofit organizations can creatively and effectively respond to pressing demands in the labour force.