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Videographer - Canadian Autism Society

Sep 20, 2020
Toronto, Ontario


Our Organization


The Public Health Agency of Canada estimates that one in every 54 Canadian children is born with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  While there is some support available for families with Autistic children, support for Autistic adults is minimal.


When individuals are first diagnosed with autism, there is a lot of confusion on the next steps to take. The Canadian Autism Society ( is developing a System Navigator to combat this challenge by providing information on the next steps to help guide them. There will be a feature to search for different organizations that provide therapies to support individuals with autism and their families based on age, therapy type, and postal code. 


The Role


Canadian Autism Society is currently looking for 1 volunteer videographer to engage with the launch of our kickstarter campaign. The main responsibilities within this role include, but are not limited, recording and editing a video that will be used to promote CAS and be used in the kickstarter campaign.


This role provides you the opportunity to use your skills and experience to make a meaningful impact. You will be influential in shaping how we frame our story around Canadian Autism Society to the world and collaborate across the entire CAS organization. This role will also allow you to develop new skills and experiences that will support your career development. 


Desired Skills and Expertise


  • Experience creating, recording and editing videos

  • Experience with kickstarter or other crowdfunding campaigns is an asset

  • Own A/V and/or lighting equipment or can advise on renting equipment

  • Have a flexible schedule

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively within a small team

  • Be responsible, reliable and self-motivated

  • Strong time-management and organizational skill

  • Extremely detail-oriented and proud of being a perfectionist when it comes to your completed efforts

  • A positive, outgoing and friendly attitude

  • You believe in doing the right thing

  • Knowledge about ASD is good to have, if not we’ll share what we know!




  • Opportunity to use and develop your skills to create positive meaningful impact.

  • Gain valuable work experience in a charitable and non-profit framework.

  • A reference will be provided after a term of volunteering

  • Acknowledgement on our website/social media.

  • Opportunity to network.

  • Be part of a friendly team.

  • Additional benefits will be discussed at the interview.


The Commitment

  • This is a remote/virtual position – although may need to meet to record for video (social distancing guidelines will be followed)

  • This is a volunteer unpaid position 

  • Flexibility of work hours is an awesome to have ~ 10-15 hours per week

  • We’d like to fill this position and start as soon as we find the right candidate for the role

  • 1 positions are available


How to Apply

If you fit the profile above and would benefit personally and professionally by contributing your experience and expertise to meet the mandate of Canadian Autism Society, please forward your expression of interest, including current resume to

We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those candidates whose skills and experience best match the requirements of the position will be contacted.


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