Portage is an NPO that helps people with substance abuse problems to live a healthy life.
Working at Portage,
Is It for You?
To wake up each morning and know that you are making a difference in the lives of thousands of people is priceless. Every day, Portage employees support and encourage people with substance abuse problems to overcome their addiction and live a sober, happy and productive lives. Come make a difference with us!
Some of these benefits are available based on employment status.
We Want to Get To Know You
- You are generous with your time and you help others
- You are a good listener
- You are a true team player, while being autonomous
- You believe that in order to move forward, you must never stop learning
If you want to work for an organization that makes a real difference in the lives of thousands, Portage is the place for you.
We are proud to help adults and teens overcome their addictions and move on to lead healthy and positive lives.
If you are someone who, like me, enjoys :
- daily challenges
- working in a dynamic, family-oriented environment
- having supervisors who allow you to grow and develop within the organization
But above all, if you like to feel that you are part of a big family that makes a difference in people's lives, you belong with us!
- Steffie Bérubé, Department Manager
- All regions
- New Brunswick
We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
No open positions match your profile? Take the lead and submit an unsolicited application. If a position matching your profile comes up, we'll know where to find you!
Statement on Diversity and Inclusion
Portage offers equal employment opportunities to all. We welcome applications from women, visible and ethnic minorities, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities and members of the LGBTQ+ community. We are committed to continually embrace diversity and make it a source of enrichment and pride for all our employees.
The use of the masculine gender on this webpage refers to both men and women.
The Hiring Process
- Receipt of the application
- Analysis of the profile
- Contacting the candidate
- Pre-employment check (professional and judicial)
- Job offer - orientation