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Make a positive impact on the lives of individuals with autism

Employment Opportunities

Our staff unlock the magic that each child possesses
Join our team of fun, caring and enthusiastic staff who are passionate about supporting individuals with autism. By joining our province-wide program team, you will learn valuable strategies for supporting individuals with autism in sports and recreation settings. Meanwhile, positions within our office provide an opportunity to make an impact from our headquarters in Vancouver. Whether in programs or in the office, you can play a vital part in enabling individuals with autism to build confidence, self-esteem and physical health.
Support worker reaches out to a child with autism on ropes course at overnight camp program

Why you should work with us

  • Be a part of a fun and dynamic team!
  • Experience rewarding and fulfilling work
  • Be physically active
  • Enjoy a flexible schedule that can accommodate with your other work, educational, and personal pursuits
  • Connect with other staff members and make new friends
  •  Help participants learn and grow at their own pace in fun, non-competitive and welcoming environments

Program Staff Opportunities

Provides individualized support to program participants and promotes active engagement and learning in various program settings.

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


  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • Previous experience working with individuals with special needs an asset
  • First Aid certification
  • Must obtain a clear Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Check

Full job descriptions and program schedules can be found on our online staff application form. We are currently accepting applications for our summer programs. Applications for our fall programs will open in mid-August.

Office Staff Opportunities

Reporting to the Manager of Development in our Vancouver office, the Development Coordinator plays an important role in supporting the operations across the Development Team. Responsible for day-to-day and annual activities, including administrative support, data support, donor research and analysis, event planning, solicitation preparation and communications, the position helps to ensure successful recruitment and stewardship of donors and supporters.

For a full job description, including responsibilities, requirements and qualifications, please visit our online application form. This position is available immediately; applications will close once a suitable candidate is found.