Careers with CAFCL

The benefits of working with our team:

Camrose Association for Community living is a non-profit organization that helps people become an accepted and participating community member. CAFCL was founded over 50 years ago by parents of children with disabilities. We have grown to an organization that currently provides support to adults with disabilities, adults with an acquired brain injury, families at risk and children with special health and development concerns.

Opportunities with CAFCL

1Healthy Families - Home Visitation
Healthy Families - Home Visitation is a voluntary in-home service offered to parents and parents-to-be in support of raising children to be healthy, safe, and secure. Home Visitation focuses on strengthening and supporting families. Our goal is: To build foundations for strong family functioning, to promote healthy childhood growth and development, to cultivate the growth of nurturing, responsive parent-child relationships, support for prenatal care and its role in a healthy pregnancy and to enhance protective factors. We also provide long term support in response to substance use during pregnancy through the Parent Child Assistance Program (PCAP).

What we are looking for:
• Excellent communication
• Creative problem solving and decision making
• Strong teamwork and professional excellence
• Degree or Diploma in human services field or equivalent experience
• Knowledge of theory and practice in child development.

What we offer:
• Professional excellence
• Training and support
• Teamwork
• Flexibility
2The Community Disability Services Worker (CDSW)
The Community Disability Services Worker (CDSW) is a front-line position to support and facilitate the development of skills and competencies in order for individuals in service to pursue and fulfill their goals and live their best life. This position is key to supporting individuals to develop independence, promote community inclusion and build connections to the degree of their choice.

What we are looking for:
• A positive attitude
• Effective communication skills
• Ability to access opportunities & options available to persons with disabilities
• Foundations training
• Team-oriented

What we have to offer:
• Professional excellence
• Training and support
• Teamwork
• Flexibility
3Healthy Families Facilitator
Healthy Families Facilitators works in partnership with families, our approach is family-centered, and strength based - we work with families to identify and reach their goals through an in-home support approach. Facilitators initiate and maintain regular contact/support with families, conduct regular developmental screenings and parent-child interaction assessments. Additionally, HFF’s support family involvement with community resources and services.

What we are looking for:
• Excellent communication
• Creative problem solving and decision making
• Strong teamwork and professional excellence
• Degree or Diploma in human services field or equivalent experience
• Knowledge of theory and practice in child development.

What we offer:
• Professional excellence
• Training and support
• Teamwork
• Flexibility
4The Community Disability Services Practitioner (CDSP)
The Community Disability Services Practitioner (CDSP) is an experienced, knowledgeable direct Community Disability Service Worker. They participate in assessments, person-centered planning and plan implementation. The role requires specialized education, extensive experience and knowledge. The focus will be on areas of service, mentoring, coaching and managing Community Disability Service Workers within the team, without full supervisory duties. It is the first step into organizational leadership.

What we are looking for:
• A positive attitude
• Effective communication skills
• Ability to access opportunities & options available to persons with disabilities
• Equivalent of basic secondary school education from a recognized institution
• Foundation’s training
• Team-oriented

What we have to offer:
• Professional excellence
• Training and support
• Teamwork
• Flexibility

CAFCL offers its employees:

• Paid training
• Flexible hours (full-time, part-time and relief)
• Benefits
• Opportunities for career advancement and growth
• Employment in Camrose and area
• A family and community oriented approach
• All employees belong, are valued and contribute to all aspects of the organization.
• Education and training are encouraged
• Relationships are important, healthy and positive.
• Having fun is acceptable and encouraged

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Join the CAFCL team. With over 110 staff, CAFCL is one of the largest employers in Camrose. We have a skilled workforce and provide quality community education and training.


  • "I love working for CAFCL because I get to work alongside incredible staff while supporting some amazing individuals. Those I have worked with have taught me so much about living life to the fullest with no limits, and they are truly inspiring. The individuals really do make work a fun place you want to be and I always feel appreciated in this organization."

    Taryn Eleniak

  • “You know that quote from Confucuis: " Choose a job you love and you'll never work a day in your life.", well fortunately for me, I've really only had to work 2 or 3 weeks over the last 10 years. CAFCL and Healthy Families has given me the opportunity to continue to grow personally and professionally. I feel supported and valued, and I am fortunate that I've been able to share that empowerment with the many women and children I have had the joy of working with.”

    Michelle Mazurenko

  • “I feel blessed that, since 6 years ago CAFCL became part of my life. From day one, amazing people, team work, open communication, and learning, are all part of my day to day. Thanks CAFCL, for all you do, touching the lives of individuals we serve, staff, families and community.”

    Estela Rodarte