The relentless drive to enhance the quality of life and citizenship for people of all ages and abilities is a quality that everyone at Abilities Centre shares: employees, members, volunteers, and partners alike.
Our workplace is a fast-paced environment that demands we be collaborative, innovative, authentic, and accountable. We welcome people into our work environment in the same friendly, inclusive way we welcome our members. Abilities Centre is a workplace where you can learn, develop, be your true self, and have fun, all while realizing your fullest potential.
If you are positive, innovative, and inclusive, and want to gain valuable career experience at a place where everyone is welcome to get active, social, and creative, then we invite you to consider joining our team!
10 salaries reported
$49,475 per year
8 salaries reported
$12.40 per hour
6 salaries reported
$12.08 per hour
Abilities Centre is a 125,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility that offers sports, fitness, arts and life skills programming, as well as research and education opportunities, for people of all ages and abilities.
We are recognized as an International Centre of Excellence for our fully accessible design and inclusive environment, world-class partnerships and signature programming.
To enhance the quality of life and citizenship for people of all ages and abilities by providing inclusive programs and services of the highest quality and value. To give people the power to achieve their goals through sports, arts, life-skills programs and research and provide a welcoming, positive, energized environment in a state-of-the-art facility.
To be the world’s most accessible, inclusive and barrier-free community hub and a model of inclusion for other communities. To educate and inform people, through research and innovation, on the need to celebrate the diverse backgrounds and conditions from which we all come.
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