Avenue II invites you to apply for a Casual position within our organization.
Resumes can be submitted anytime and interviews are usually done quarterly. 

How to Apply

Application for a position at Avenue II is made by submitting a resume and covering letter to Human Resources by mail or email: Humanresources@avenueii.com.


Please direct all resumes and cover letters to:

Human Resources
Avenue II Community Program Services, Inc.
122 South Cumberland Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
P7B 5R8
Phone: (807) 345-9933
Fax: (807) 343-6090

The resume should include the following information:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Telephone Number
  • Education (state highest grade or level completed and attach degrees or diplomas)
  • Training
    (list workshop/seminars)
  • Employment History
    (name, dates employed, position title and duties)


The cover letter must include an outline on how your qualifications relate to working at Avenue II as well as how your personal goals and values match that of Avenue II's mission. A requirement prior to employment is a valid First Aid certificate.



If you are a successful candidate you will be required to provide a Criminal Reference Check for vunerable persons from the Thunder Bay Police Dept prior to working for Avenue II. To obtain a Criminal Reference Check, go to the Thunder Bay Police Department, 1200 Balmoral Street to obtain the certificate. They will indicate the length of time it will take to have the certificate completed. The cost of the certificate is $60.00 plus HST of $7.80  and is to be paid by the person being considered for employment.

Thank you for taking an interest in our organization.

Avenue II welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

During the hiring process, tell job applicants when they are selected for an interview that accommodation will be provided.

If an applicant or successful candidate requests an accommodation, discuss their needs with them and make adjustments to support them.