Special Olympics Canada | Olympiques Spéciaux Canada
50 per cent

of Special Olympics athletes work. They are 5 times more likely to work than adults with an intellectual disability not enrolled in Special Olympics.

12 floor hockey players

were brought to Chicago by Harold Smith to represent Canada at the first International Special Olympics in 1968

Team Canada


A job that truly makes a difference

Finding a career that is rewarding both financially and personally is a difficult task. At Special Olympics Canada, we take pride in the environment we have created for our staff, and we look forward to discussing any opportunities we may have with you.

Manager, Partnerships & Business Development

Employment Terms: Permanent, Full Time

Position Summary: The Manager, Partnerships & Business Development will be responsible for, and have experience in, the management, stewardship and relationship building with corporate and foundation partners. In addition, this positon will also be responsible for supporting new business development opportunities, including the solicitation and cultivation phase of new corporate and foundation partners, and the on-going management and stewardship of these partners. In addition, the position will help to manage and support 3rd party fundraising events and other business development related activities. The eligible candidate must be very comfortable and skilled in writing donor reports, proposals, and communicating with partners and other key stakeholders.

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Team Manager, National Team

2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games – Austria

Scope: The Team Manager is a volunteer member of the management team for the National Team Program.  As such he/she is responsible for assisting in the general planning and execution of the National Team Program. The Team Manager ensures that the responsibilities and duties of team personnel are carried out as assigned.  The Team Manager is expected to be a proactive leader, assisting in directing pre, during and post games activities, ensuring a productive and positive competitive and team experience for all National Team members.

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National Team Associate Coach

2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games – Austria

Scope: The role of National Team Associate Coach is to ensure that his/her assigned Special Olympics athletes are technically prepared for competition, and experience the social, emotional and physical benefits of participating as National Team members.

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