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Hiring for positions across BC! From our frontline staff to our office team, CAN employees are dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals on the autism spectrum.

Interested in office positions?

Help coordinate, manage and oversee our efforts across BC and beyond!

Interested in program, training, or events positions?

 Work directly with children, youth and adults on the autism spectrum, deliver autism training to community groups, or represent CAN at events!

Office Staff Opportunities

Director of Human Resources
Full time; Start immediately
Location: Vancouver (hybrid of working from home and office)

Lead the development and execution of CAN’s Human Resource Strategy implementing progressive HR practices to support the organization’s strategic objectives.

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Volunteer Coordinator
Full time; Start immediately
Location: Vancouver (hybrid of working from home and office)

Provide leadership and grow our volunteer team, comprised of hundreds of dedicated individuals who donate their time in CAN programs throughout the province.

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Human Resources Assistant
Full time; Contract
Location: Vancouver (hybrid of working from home and office)

Supports the busy Human Resources Department with scheduling staff, and sourcing candidates, full cycle recruitment as well as onboarding of new staff over the summer months

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Programs & Training Coordinator
Full time; Contract
Location: Vancouver

Provide interdisciplinary support for the various departments responsible for CAN programs, including equipment management, training development and program delivery.

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Event Staff Opportunities

Special Events Staff
Part-time; Casual
Location: Lower Mainland (Various)

Act as a CAN brand ambassador at events! Assist with event logistics, supervising volunteers, and so much more.

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Program & Employment Services Opportunities

Employment Support Worker
Part-time; contract; Available immediately
Location: Lower Mainland (Various)

Oversee the onsite development of autistic youth and adults during their work experience placements. The successful applicant may be supporting between 1-3 participants at a time.

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 The Canucks Autism Network Skills Training Employment Program (CAN-STEP) empowers autistic youth and adults (ages 15-30) with skills and work experience to better prepare  for successful employment. Over the course of 12 weeks, participants receive paid classroom training (6 weeks) and work experience (6 weeks)* opportunities in the Lower Mainland. CAN-STEP is currently being offered with a focus on the hospitality industry.

Support Workers & Coaches
Location: Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley, Kelowna, Kamloops, Nanaimo, Victoria

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 participant to develop life, social and pre-employment skills.

Support workers provide individualized support to our participants, promoting active engagement and learning in various program settings. Skills coaches lead the implementation of curriculum and directs the group activities in each class.

  • Minimum age 18
  • Evenings and weekends
  • Starts at $21/hr

We are currently fully-staffed for the spring season (April to June). Stay tuned for our summer and fall application forms in the coming months!

Learn how we’re keeping staff safe. View the CAN Staff Safety Plan >>

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

Training Staff Opportunities

Community Training Coordinator
Full-time; Available immediately
Location: Vancouver (hybrid of working from home and office)

Work with a range of sectors, including recreation, first responders, schools and community spaces, to promote acceptance and inclusion through community engagement and training initiatives across BC and beyond.

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Canucks Autism Network values diversity in the workplace and welcomes 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 accommodations wherever possible. If you need support to apply or interview for a position, please contact Andrea, our Supported Employment Specialist, at  or 604-685-4049.