Special Olympics Canada | Olympiques Spéciaux Canada
12 floor hockey players

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

13,437 registered 5-pin bowlers

make the sport among the most popular in Special Olympics.


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.

Position: Intranet Project Lead

Reporting To: Director, Finance and Administration

Position Summary

Special Olympics Canada (SOC) is dedicated to enriching the lives of Canadians with an intellectual disability through sport. SOC is a national not-for-profit grassroots organization that provides sport training and competition opportunities for more than 36,000 athletes of all ages and abilities.

The Intranet Project Project Lead is primarily responsible to lead a project to assess and replace or upgrade SOC’s stakeholder portal, including all steps from initial evaluation to tendering, through to implementation and user adoption. The position also will assist with other technology projects as directed.

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Position: Communications Liaison (Volunteer), Special Olympics Team Canada

Position Summary

The role of the volunteer Communications Liaison is to provide content and communications support solely to Special Olympics Team Canada (SOTC) and the National Team Program, leading up to and on-site at the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A. (July 25, 2015 – August 2, 2015).
The Communications Liaison will write athlete/team/Games stories, report results, and serve as the team’s principal photographer.

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