Alberta Council of Disability Services


Alberta Council of Disability Services (ACDS) - Accreditation Assistant     More Information and to apply

Who We Are: The Alberta Council of Disability Services (ACDS) is a not-for-profit network of community disability sector organizations in Alberta. Established in 1973, our member-driven organization works closely with the Government of Alberta and other partners to strengthen the community disability services (CDS) sector to benefit Albertans with developmental disabilities. Member support is provided through policy advocacy, training and development, accreditation, research, and building connections within and across the CDS sector.

What We Are Seeking: Working under the guidance of the Senior Accreditation Coordinator, this position will provide support for administration relating to Accreditation, Surveys and the Survey process.

Transitions, Edmonton - Supervisor, Adult Services: Mobile Supports     More Information and to apply

Transitions is a not-for-profit organization that has been Building New Tomorrows since 1978. We offer support services to people with developmental disabilities of all ages and their families in St. Albert, Sturgeon County and northwest Edmonton. With clear vision and commitment, we are committed to offering services that are person and family centered. The Supervisor is responsible for supporting their teams in achieving Transitions’ Vision and Mission. Through commitment, coaching and supervision the Supervisor will ensure the delivery of quality service to adults receiving service.

PCLASS - Program Manager, Adult Residential Services     More Information and to apply

Parkland Community Living & Support Society is a dynamic human services organization that provides a full range of supports to approximately 270 adults and children with disabilities in Central Alberta and the NWT. We are currently seeking a seasoned and innovative manager to provide leadership within the agency’s Adult Residential Services Program. This is an excellent opportunity to demonstrate both your operational and conceptual skills in a fast paced, dynamic and evolving organization. Your role will be to support the Residential Director through the management, leadership and mentoring of key coordination and supervisory staff as well as providing training and support in all areas of residential services. Additional responsibilities will include opportunities to collaborate with key players as we reshape the organization in response to the constantly changing environment within which we work. Your ability to problem solve and address challenging situations will be put to use as a member of the on call/crises team (participation in afternoon, night and weekend on-call rotation is a requirement of this position).

Transistions - Team Lead   More Information and to apply

Transitions is a not-for-profit organization that has been Building New Tomorrows since 1978. We offer support services to people with developmental disabilities of all ages and their families in St. Albert, Sturgeon County and northwest Edmonton. With clear vision and commitment, we are committed to offering services that are person and family centered.

Our teams promote an atmosphere of fun and creativity with the belief that this leads to better outcomes for everyone. We strive for excellence every day.

Transitions is looking for a creative, innovative and energetic person to become a Team Lead for Mobile Teams 3 & 4. A Team Lead is responsible for supporting the leadership team in their effort to achieve Transitions’ Vision and Mission statements. Through commitment and coaching, the Team Lead will assist Direct Support Professionals in aligning their support with our values.

Chrysalis An Alberta Society for Citizens with Disabilities - Careers   More Information and to apply

At Chrysalis we believe it is essential to ensure the individuals whom we serve are valued members of the community in which we live. Chrysalis provides personalized services to assist individuals with disabilities achieve their employment, volunteer and recreation goals.

We are looking to grow our team with people who share our passion, energy, and integrity as community builders, capacity engineers, advocates, and activists to create meaningful and enriching experiences and opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

Developmental Disabilities Resource Centre (DDRC) - Careers   More Information and to apply

The DDRC is a non-profit, registered, charitable organization that has been operating for 65 years. We offer various programs and resources for children and adults with developmental disabilities. The DDRC promotes awareness and supports communities to include persons with developmental disabilities, thereby strengthening communities for all citizens. The DDRC hires passionate, driven individuals committed to a team culture of collaboration, trust, and wellness for all. If you want a role where your work truly counts, we may have opportunities that match your skill set and passion, for more information visit our website.

Options - Careers   More Information and to apply

Providing Care & Support to People With Disabilities. Developing New, Exciting and Innovative Supports for Individuals Since 1986.

We are constantly seeking talented individuals to join OPTIONS, for more information visit our website. 

Prospect - Careers

We help people find fulfilling jobs. We also offer fulfilling jobs.

Prospect hires talented, creative people. Joining our team means you get to make a difference in people's lives. Our people are innovative, collaborative, professional, enthusiastic, and driven. If you are too, we'd love to see your resume for one of the positions posted. If you don't see a position that fits your skill set, send us your resume anyway. We're always looking for people who have the qualities mentioned above, and something might come up.

Rehoboth Christian Ministries - Careers   More Information and to apply

VISION: By the grace of God, all persons with disabilities have a meaningful and dignified place in society where they can live, contribute and fellowship with others.

VALUES: Rehoboth values are Christ-like, including; Serving; Compassion; Dignity; Inclusivity; Integrity; Commitment Rehoboth Christian Ministries is a service agency supporting adults with developmental disabilities. We have locations in five regions throughout Alberta: Edmonton, South, Calgary, Central and North West.

We are a CET Level 2 Accredited Non-Profit agency who offers employees competitive wages, RRSP matching, vacation accrual that exceeds Alberta Employment Standards, extended health benefits, sick time, long term disability insurance. Paid internal training including: Abuse Reporting Protocol, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, Medication Administration, Trauma Informed Care, Mental Health First Aid, Open Futures Learning modules, SURGE learning modules and Positive Behaviour. For more information and to apply to any of our current job openings please visit our website.

Vecova - Calgary   More Information and to apply

Operating since 1969, Vecova is an accredited, non-profit society and a registered charity. We provide a wide range of supports and services for persons with disabilities and diverse needs. Vecova Centre for Disability Services and Research (Vecova) is a leading-edge, registered non-profit charitable research and service agency. Affiliated with the University of Calgary, Vecova is recognized as a leader in the field of disability services and research.

WJS Canada   More Information and to apply

WJS is recognized for program excellence, excellence that is powered by the commitment and creativity of its employees. Our team of over 450 employees keeps us in the vanguard of policy and program development and service excellence. Our first-rate programs in the fields of community living/PDD, children and families, youth justice, and supported employment, which are are all accredited or certified, are highly regarded in the three provinces in which we offer services. We are proud to support our programs–and our staff–with our commitment to training and staff development.
We want to build our team with people who share our commitment to service, community and individualized programming, and who share our values of integrity, inclusion, work-life balance, life long learning, excellence, leadership and justice.

Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations

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