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Three CNIB Guide Dogs during a CNIB Guide Dog Graduation ceremony. All three dogs are wearing graduation caps

Join Our Team

Must love dogs

At CNIB Guide Dogs, every member of our team not only describes themselves as a dog person, but a people person as well. They love what they do from start to finish – from the moment a puppy starts training, to the day it’s matched with the perfect partner. Their passion for what they do goes beyond teaching a guide dog everything it needs to know to start their career. It’s about helping Canadians living with sight loss regain their confidence, independence and freedom.

If you’re reading this and you think, “Wow, that sounds like me,” we want to hear from you! Learn more about joining our team as a Guide Dog Trainer (GDT) or Guide Dog Mobility Instructor (GDMI). 

Apply now!

Guide Dog Mobility Instructor
Guide Dog Trainer

For more information, visit cnib.ca and cnibguidedogs.ca.
 

A thumbnail for a video of a virtual tour through CNIB's Canine Campus. The image shows John Rafferty greeting the viewer, and introducing the Canine Campus.

Canine Campus Virtual Tour

Join John Rafferty, President & CEO of CNIB, for a tour of CNIB's Canine Campus, a state-of-the-art facility training amazing dogs to do incredible work in communities across the country.
Carl walking down a sidewalk with a CNIB Guide Dog in training.

Guide Dog Trainers (GDT) and Guide Dog Mobility Instructors (GDMI)

CNIB Guide Dogs is looking for Guide Dog Trainers and Guide Dog Mobility Instructors. See what’s involved in a typical day.
A thumbnail for the Meet the President video, which shows Diane Bergeron, President of CNIB Guide Dogs, giving a message to the viewer.

Meet the President

Meet Diane Bergeron, President of CNIB Guide Dogs. If you are a certified guide dog trainer or a certified guide dog mobility instructor, we are looking for you to come and join our fabulous team working together to make the lives of people who are blind or partially sighted in Canada better every day.
Three CNIB Guide Dogs sitting in the grass staring at the camera.

CNIB Guide Dogs apprenticeship program

Learn about what’s involved in becoming an apprentice for CNIB Guide Dogs.
A photo of the welcome sign placed on the exterior of the Canine Campus. It reads: “Welcome & Bienvenue” with the CNIB Guide Dogs logo in the middle of the sign.

Why choose CNIB?

Find out what it’s like to work for CNIB and meet some of the guide dog team members.
Photo of the Parliament of Canada with fall leaves in the foreground.

Why choose Ottawa?

Discover the charms of living in Ottawa, and what CNIB Guide Dogs team members like most about living in the nation’s capital.