Jobs @ Robin Hood

 

Career Portal (see openings and apply online)

 

Welcome to Jobs @ Robin Hood! We’re pleased that you are interested in joining our team.

The Robin Hood Association is a non-profit organization that helps people with disabilities to "Live, Work and Play". 50 years ago, the Association was founded in Strathcona County by parents who couldn't find services for their children with disabilities. It is now one of the largest non-profit organizations in Alberta.

Robin Hood is looking for people with enthusiasm, integrity, and flexibility. If you’re passionate about helping people with disabilities reach their full potential, please click here to apply! 

Team LeaderCommunity Disability Service Practitioner (CDP)
   
 
   

 

Career Portal (see openings and apply online)

 

Why choose a career at Robin Hood? Hear firsthand from members of our team:

"I love my job for the satisfaction I get from helping people with disabilities achieve the full life that they’re entitled to. I know that my efforts make a positive impact on these individuals and their families. At Robin Hood, I have ample opportunity to learn as a professional, and plenty of flexibility to find the right position to match my skills and my schedule. I’ve met a lot of fantastic people at who make my work fun, and I’m proud to be a part of the team."

- Alison

"I started working in the disabilities services field 16 years ago, because I felt I could change the lives of the individuals I work with. I continue to choose a career in this field because I feel that, with the proper tools and supports, the clients I work with have increased ownership of their lives. My work at Robin Hood continues to challenge me and always offers new and improved ways of providing our clients an exceptional quality of life."

- Cecilia

Robin Hood Association offers its employees:

  • Paid training
  • Flexible hours (full-time, part-time and relief)
  • An excellent benefits package (for regular positions averaging 20 hours per week)*
  • Tuition reimbursement (up to $1,000 per year for courses related to Disability Services)*
  • Opportunities for career advancement and growth
  • Employment in Sherwood Park and/or Fort Saskatchewan
  • A family and community oriented approach

*not applicable to positions in Children & Youth Services

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