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Program Coordinator Assistant (Full-Time)
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The Program Coordinator Assistant is responsible for ensuring that all equipment needs for both in-person and virtual programs are met. By coordinating and leading volunteer groups, the position will centralize the preparation, management, and maintenance of equipment and distribute to program locations across BC in accordance with the seasonal schedule.

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Internal Training Coordinator (Full-Time)
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The Internal Training Coordinator is responsible for the instructional design, content creation, maintenance, coordination, delivery and evaluation of training for CAN’s 400 program staff and 200 volunteers. Reporting to the Director of Children’s Programs & Community Training, the Internal Training Coordinator oversees the delivery of training materials that give CAN Coaches, Onsite Supervisors, Support Workers, Program Assistants, and Volunteers the skills and confidence to deliver CAN programming to the highest standard.

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Job Coach – Skills Training and Employment Program (Part-Time, Contract)
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Working with our Skills Training Employment Program (STEP), the Job Coach will be responsible for overseeing the onsite development of autistic participants 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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About STEPThe 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. The program is delivered in a group based cohort model, with a strong focus on providing participants with the skills and certification necessary to achieve employment. Over the course of 12 weeks, participants receive paid classroom training (6 weeks) and work experience (6 weeks) opportunities in the Lower Mainland.



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Program Staff Opportunities

Program positions provide opportunities to learn and deliver valuable strategies for supporting individuals with autism in sports and recreation settings. Join our province-wide team of coaches and support workers in enabling individuals with autism to build confidence, self-esteem and physical health.

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

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

SUPPORT WORKER (Part-Time) | Provides individualized support to program participants and promotes active engagement and learning in various program settings.

SKILLS COACH/PROGRAM LEADER (Part-Time) | Leads the implementation of program curriculum and directs the group activities in each class.

  • Work one-to-one with participants. Support with appropriate behaviour, social interaction and/or communication.
  • 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].


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]