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Office Staff Opportunities

Supported Employment Specialist
Full time, start early November

The Supported Employment Specialist will identify opportunities for a wide range of applicants to volunteer or work within CAN. This position is responsible for overseeing the hiring, training, and retention of volunteers and staff who may experience potential barriers to employment, with a specific focus on supporting individuals on the autism spectrum.

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Regional Coordinator – East Fraser
Flexible part-time, must live in the East Fraser Region 

The East Fraser Regional Coordinator will develop, implement and manage CAN programs in Chilliwack, Abbotsford, and Mission. With a focus on the coordination of CAN’s in-person programs for children, this position will establish and coordinate program schedules, book facilities, and may perform on-site supervision of staff and volunteers at programs and events.

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Job Coach – Skills Training and Employment Program (Part-Time, Contract)
Available immediately

Oversee the onsite development of autistic youth and adults enrolled in CAN’s Skills Training Employment Program (STEP) during their work experience placements. The successful applicant may be supporting between 1-3 participants at a time.

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The Skills Training Employment Program (STEP) is funded by the Youth Employment and Skills Strategy (YESS) program through the Government of Canada. STEP is designed to support autistic youth (ages 15-30) by providing training and work experience in growing industries. Learn more.

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Program Staff Opportunities

Apply now for Fall programs >>

Join our province-wide team of coaches and support workers in helping individuals on the autism spectrum build confidence, self-esteem and life skills.

In our Early Years & Children’s programs, our staff provide a positive first experience in sports and rec settings. In our Youth & Adult programs, our staff work with with participant to develop life, social and pre-employment skills.

Work one-to-one with participants, providing individualized support, promoting active engagement and learning in various program settings.

Leads the implementation of program curriculum and directs the group activities in each class.

  • Minimum age 18.
  • Experience related to this role is appreciated, but not required.
  • P/T; evenings and weekends.
  • Starts at $18/hr.

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Questions? Email [email protected].

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis with programs starting by season:

Fall – October-December
Winter – January-March
Spring – April-June
Summer – June-August

We value workplace diversity and welcome applications from all qualified candidates including Indigenous peoples, individuals of all genders and sexual orientation, race, ethnic origin, disability, age, and religion.

We are committed to a fair hiring process and can provide reasonable accommodations wherever possible. Need support applying? Contact us at 604-685-4049 ext. 227 or [email protected]