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Current Positions Available


Adaptive Adventures Recreation Program Staff

Adaptive Adventures (AA) Recreation Program Staff will assist individuals with disabilities participate in the CRIS Adaptive Adventures program, which includes barrier-free outdoor activities such as hiking, paddling (canoe, SUP, kayak), and cycling. They will work with participants and their support workers to assist participants in using adaptive equipment and guide and support them during the activity. They will also be involved in the planning, scheduling, and organizational tasks involved with the running of programs, events and fundraisers. AA Recreation Program Staff function in a team along with volunteers, support workers, and/or guests. The position requires physical fitness, sensitivity to diverse populations, energy, and problem solving abilities. This position is for you if you possess strong values of community, social inclusion, interaction, and team participation to successfully assist on outings. 

For more information, please read here.


CRIS Marketing and Event Coordinator (summer staff contract)

The Event and Marketing Coordinator will be responsible for assisting in planning and promoting special events and fundraisers along with working to elevate the profile of CRIS within the community. This position requires strong organizational skills, experience in event planning and/or community partnerships, and knowledge around digital marketing and social media best practices with a focus on inclusion. The ideal candidate will be a team player who is eager to work collaboratively, yet take initiative and ownership on tasks and projects assigned to them. CRIS is seeking someone who is a creative storyteller, is passionate about inclusion and wants to help raise awareness around accessibility and adaptive recreation.

For more information, please read here.


Closing date for applications is April 22, 2024


Are you the right fit?

  • compassionate and people oriented
  • a team player
  • able to think on your feet and solve problems
  • creative and adaptable
  • interested in learning about all facets of a non-profit organization
  • have a desire to make a difference and promote inclusion within your community
  • have an interest in outdoor recreation
  • are able to follow direction
  • enjoy the journey as much (or more than) the destination


Our ideal candidate possesses the following (note qualifications for different positions may vary):

  • Clean criminal record check
  • Comfortable interacting and assisting persons with disabilities
  • Class 5 driver’s license
  • Comfortable on and in the water, hiking local park trails and cycling paths
  • Works well unsupervised or supervised
  • Can work independently or within a Team
  • Knowledge of bike and other equipment maintenance
  • Available for days, evenings, weekday and weekend shifts
  • Valid First Aid & CPR certificate

Eligibility (for seasonal staff positions)

  • Be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment
  • Be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or persons to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; and 
  • Be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations