TWHLS is led by Indigenous women for Indigenous women. Our goal is to empower First Nations, Inuit and Metis to overcome inter-generational trauma and break free of conflicts with the law so that they may find balance and retake their honoured place in society. Compassionate, highly motivated and results-oriented individuals, with a passion to support restoration of identity are invited to apply for job opportunities as they arise. 

Due to the nature of our culturally based social services, TWHLS encourages applications from Indigenous women (Section 24 (1) (a), Special Employment, Ontario Human Rights Code). 

TWHLS is a grass-roots organization made possible by the the passion and energy of volunteers. In addition to employment opportunnities, we may be able to provide internships and work-integration placements to dedicated individuals.

Volunteer Information

Indigenous Residential Counsellor

Thunder Woman Healing Lodge Society (TWHLS) Position: Indigenous Residential Counsellor Shift: 37.5 hours/week, full-time   TWHLS is seeking a full time Indigenous residential counsellor who possesses the commitment and understanding necessary to work with Indigenous women who have been criminalized. We are looking for a unique individual who can demonstrate healthy boundaries, healthy communication with clients, […]

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Indigenous Intake Coordinator

Thunder Woman Healing Lodge Society (TWHLS) Position: Indigenous Intake Coordinator Shift: 37.5 hours/week, full-time   TWHLS is looking for a candidate who is up for the challenge of a rapidly growing Indigenous organization. The right candidate will be an excellent collaborator while also comfortable working independently. Must have strong organizational skills and be able to multi-task. […]

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Overnight Support Staff

Thunder Woman Healing Lodge Society (TWHLS) Position: Overnight Support Staff (Two Positions) Shift: 36 hours/week, full-time ABOUT TWHLS TWHLS is a community-driven initiative raised out of concern and recognition of the urgent need to break the cycle of Indigenous women’s over-representation in Canada’s prisons. Indigenous-led, we provide trauma-informed, culturally appropriate services for First Nation (Status and […]

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