Career Opportunities

ACT is expanding!

ACT - Autism Community Training is a not-for-profit society that was founded in 2003. We are expanding our mandate to provide information, parent training and telephone support to families who have children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. If you have the qualifications and experience that we require, we urge you to apply. We are offering competitive salaries and benefits. Join our team for an exciting opportunity to build an energetic new organization committed to providing innovative supports to families as they meet the needs of their children with ASD. ACT's office will be in Burnaby, on Boundary Road and will open early in January 2005.

Must be available training for training first week of January for an immediate start.

ACT requires:
A full-time experienced administrative assistant/receptionist. Must have strong organizational skills, a good telephone manner, an ability to multitask, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills. Empathy with families as well as a professional attitude a must. Apply by email with resume and cover letter to info@autismcommunitytraining.bc.ca Deadline Dec. 9th. No telephone calls please.
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Part-time accountant/senior bookkeeper to perform all accounting functions. Self starter with excellent communication skills. Previous experience required. Proficient in MS Office, spreadsheet and data base applications. Experience with Quicken preferred. Apply by email with resume, cover letter and salary expectations to info@autismcommunitytraining.bc.ca Deadline Dec. 9th. No telephone calls please.
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Full-time information officers(2). Wide-range of knowledge about autism spectrum disorders necessary in order to respond to inquiries from families and community members across BC. Excellent communication skills in English necessary. Second language a significant asset esp. Mandarin/Cantonese or Punjabi. Apply by email with resume, cover letter to info@autismcommunitytraining.bc.ca . Deadline Dec. 9th. No telephone calls please.
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Website/information officer. 30 hrs per week. Wide-range of knowledge about autism spectrum disorders necessary in order to respond to inquiries from families and community members across BC. Excellent communication skills in English necessary. Second language a significant asset esp. Mandarin/Cantonese or Punjabi. Must maintain and update organization's website. Apply by email with resume and cover letter to info@autismcommunitytraining.bc.ca. Deadline Dec. 9thth. No telephone calls please.
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