Administrator – Volunteer Program Resources Part-Time, Permanent

About the Centre

The Centre for Autism Services Alberta is a non-profit organization that provides comprehensive and innovative supports and services to children, youth and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. The Centre is an accredited organization with highly engaged staff as demonstrated on our most recent employee survey, in which 99% of our employees said the Centre for Autism Services Alberta, is a positive place to work!

Job Summary

The Administrator – Volunteer Resources is responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating a comprehensive volunteer program to meet the needs of the activities and programs of the Centre for Autism Services Alberta. Included in this role is working collaboratively with staff and volunteers at the Centre to build capacity within the volunteer program. This position is part-time at 21 hours per week.


  • To build volunteer capacity and provide the Centre’s multi-disciplinary team with human resources in non-salaried positions (volunteers) in programs, services and fund development
  • To manage and execute the volunteer cycle of recruitment, orientation, training and screening, managing the selection and placement of volunteers for the Centre
  • To supervise volunteer resources in Centre and community programs i.e. recreational and therapeutic programming, and the Alberta Government’s SCiP bursary program
  • To guide, consult and liaise with the Centre’s University of Alberta Students’ Association and MacEwan University volunteer executive boards in the areas of: recruitment of executive positions, fundraising events, autism awareness and conference planning
  • To administer all record keeping of volunteer files, electronic and paper, based on the Centre’s record management and policies
  • Evaluate trends and analyze data to set strategic direction for the volunteer program
  • To provide references following volunteer policy guidelines
  • Plan and coordinate special events for volunteer recognition


  • Post secondary education (diploma or degree) in a relevant field
  • Graduate of a recognized volunteer management program or equivalency
  • Ability to demonstrate strong leadership skills
  • Excellent organization and time management skills and the ability to work in a team atmosphere
  • Superior interpersonal, oral and written skills
  • Computer training, knowledge and experience in the following applications: MS Office Professional (Word, Excel, Access and Powerpoint)
  • Clear Criminal Record Check & Clean Child Welfare Record Check
  • Valid drivers license and access to a reliable vehicle
  • Registration with a professional body as applicable

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