JOBS & VOLUNTEER
The positive impact of our society is a direct result of the passion, dedication and inspiration of our staff, volunteers and community partners. Your commitment enriches the lives of many citizens with disabilities through positive change and by encouraging meaningful personal growth and development.
With the citizens we serve, our employees, our volunteers, our partners and our communities at our core, we live these values:
- Building a culture of warmth and belonging, where everyone is welcome.
- Working with courage and passion to deliver on the challenges present.
- Being our very best and most professional in all we do.
- Standing present in the community with transparency, accountability and respect.
At CommunityAim, our work focuses squarely on taking action that empowers and celebrates positive citizenship outcomes for individuals with disabilities. And by Getting Involved with CommunityAim, you will empower citizens with disabilities by fostering friendships, welcoming inclusion and inspiring communities.
Currently CommunityAIM is hiring the following positions. If these positions do not fit your availability check back for possible updates.
Community Support Worker level 2 - Alternate 48hr Weekend (Fri 9pm - Sun 9pm) 32 awake hours and 16 sleep hours. This position is located in Spruce Grove. Experience in behavioural concerns as well as personal care is required. Personal vehicle to transport individual(s) is required (Mileage is paid when transporting).
Community Support Worker level 2 - Position is 20 - 25 hours a week mostly afternoon/evening shift between the hours of 3pm - 8pm. Experience working with youth is an asset. Experience working with behavioural concerns and/or personal care is required.
Community Support Worker level 1 - Weekends - Every Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 9am - 9pm - beginning and end times vary - average 12-20 hrs per week. Experience working with youth is an asset. Experience working with behavioural concerns and/or personal care is required.
Now Hiring Summer Staff
Starting June 1st we will be starting our hiring of Summer Staff through the Canada Summer Jobs Grant. If you are a youth between the ages of 15-29 you qualify under this grant. If you do not fit this requirement please do not apply for positions listed below.
Data Entry Clerk - Monday - Friday - 9:30am - 3:30pm - Experience with computer software, imputting information into a database and working within an office setting is an asset.
Community Engagement Coordinator - Days and hours will vary based on planned initiative times and days - Day and Evening Hours as well as weekends will be required. Applicant will be saavy in Social Media and the development of online initiatives to bring community together. Applicant will also be able to transition from online experiences to in-person experiences as needed. A strong interest in sports/active experiences is an asset.
Community Support Worker level 2 - Monday - Friday 7:15am - 3:15pm within our Youth Summer Program. Experience/Willingness to work with individuals who may display behavioural concerns and/or require personal care is an asset.
Community Support Worker level 1 - Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm within our Youth Summer Program. Experience/Willingness to work with individuals who may display behavioural concerns and/or require personal care is an asset.
Community Support Worker level 2 - Monday - Friday 8:45am - 5:15pm within our Youth Summer Program. Experience/Willingness to work with individuals who may display behavioural concerns and/or require personal care is an asset.
Advance your Career
Join our team at CommunityAim and continue to advance your career by making a positive impact with others. You will be an ambassador for empowerment by contributing to a culture of warmth, belonging, learning and respect. As a passionate and enthusiastic team member, we will strive to provide you with a continuous opportunity towards personal and professional growth, new experiences and recognition for your contributions.
We understand that there are ample opportunities for employment both in and out of our field, and our commitment to you is to provide you more than just a job. We offer a number of benefits, including health, dental & long-term disability, professional training & development and exposure to a wide and unique spectrum of work opportunities. Our agency is family orientated with a very diverse team of staff, all which combine to provide an extremely supportive and people first work environment.
In addition, practicums and work experience placements are strongly supported in all programs and are available in a number of professional areas. Contact us to inquire.
For more information about advancing your career or to submit your resume, please see our active job listings here.
Volunteers play a pivotal role in the success of delivering our Mission. Your unique and valuable skills provide tremendous support in helping others reach their goals and fulfill their dreams. You provide much needed support to our team of front-line staff, while having a caring awareness and understanding of citizens with disabilities.
If you are passionate and enthusiastic about wanting to promote a more inclusive, friendlier and inspired community, we need your help!!
Benefits of volunteering with CommunityAim
• Help individuals get involved in activities of their choice
• Make a positive difference in another person’s life & the community
• Develop new skills and valuable experience that may lead to future employment
• Earn credit for school or work programs
• Be a role model
• Increase your knowledge of disabilities
• Share your skills and many talents
• Meet a variety of people
• Be recognized for your contributions
• HAVE FUN!!!
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
We will look at the unique talents, interests, time availability and expertise each person is willing to share. Some of our recent opportunities include:
• Walking Companion
• Arts and Crafts Workshop Instructors
• Special Event Support
• Job/Volunteer Mentoring & Coaching
• Cooking & Baking Instructor
• Pet & Music Therapy
• Camp & Event Transportation Driver
• Community Home Maintenance (i.e. painting, landscaping, snow removal, ect)
Apply to become a member of the CommunityAim Team
Community Support Worker 2
Full-Time - 2-2-3 day rotation
Weekends are required.
Flexibility with start and end time required. Applicant will have experience with Mental Health and Behavioural concerns. Experience in Trauma Care is an asset.
Community Support Worker 1
Alternate 48hr Weekend Worker
Friday 5pm - Sunday 5pm
Applicant will have experience working with Children within the community and within their home.
Community Support Worker 2
Alternate 48hr Weekend Worker
Friday 9pm - Sunday 9pm
Applicant will have experience working with Adults within the community and within their home. Applicant will have experience in Mental Health and Behavioural concerns
Community Volunteer Worker within our Children's program - provide a fun, creative side in you by bringing it out at our childrens respite home. You will take part in everything community and have fun. We are looking for volunteers with lots of energy who are not afraid of the outdoors and getting dirty in the mud, rain, snow or sand. We love going out in the community and being a part of it all and we would love for you to come and join in the fun.
Fundraising Committee Member
We are looking for volunteer fundraising committee members who have a keen interest in developing and implementing fundraising initiatives. Requirement to meet once a month as a minimum and any times after that at the discretion of the committee.
If you are interested in becoming a member of our team please forward your resume and cover letter to .
All applicants are required to provide a Criminal Record Check as well as a CYIM check (also known as a Child Welfare Check) upon start of employment.
Applicants are required to provide or obtain required mandatory training within 30 days of start of employment unless advised otherwise. Mandatory training requirements at a minimum are the following: First Aid/CPR, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, Abuse Protocol, Medication Administration, and Positive Behaviour Supports Level 1 and 2, and Trauma Informed Care
Community Support Worker 2
Various days and hours Applicant must be able and willing to work a combinations of days, evenings and weekends and have availability between the hours of 7am-9pm
Applicant will have experience working with Adults and Children within the community and within their home. Applicant will have experience in Mental Health and Behavioural concerns
Apply to Volunteer
To find out how you can become a volunteer or if you are interested in learning about new activities as they arise, contact the Volunteer Services Coordinator at 780-960-0593 or email us at
Download the volunteer application form. Forms can be submitted to and we will contact you shortly.