The Center for Epilepsy and Seizure Education in British Columbia is seeking individuals who can volunteer a few hours per week in-office to provide administrative support at our office in Abbotsford, British Columbia.


Key Responsibilities


  • Answers, sorts and prioritizes all general incoming phone, email and communications inquiries in a professional, courteous and accommodating manner. Directs all inquiries to the appropriate staff.


  • Receives clients/volunteers/visitors to the organization in a friendly and professional manner.


  • Photocopies and collates documents for distribution, mailing, and filing.


  • Prepares and dispatches ongoing mail and courier packages.


  • Provides support for fundraising and event initiatives as needed.


Required Qualifications


  • Strong preference for a long-term commitment (preferably 1-year minimum)


  • Completion of a Criminal Record Check


  • Ability to commit a minimum of 4 hours per week


  • Eagerness to participate and learn


  • Knowledge of epilepsy is an asset, however it is not required



Application Deadline: August 28, 2023


Documents Required: Resume and cover letter


Subject Line: Administrative Volunteer


Send to: Bailey Murphy at




The Center for Epilepsy was originally founded as the Fraser Valley Epilepsy Society in 1998 by a group of dedicated parents, support workers, health-care providers and other caregivers. We strive to educate children and adults who witness a seizure not to be afraid, provide them with the essential information and first aid skills that will furnish them with the self-confidence to correctly manage a seizure. Our board members include those who live with epilepsy, parents of children with epilepsy and several doctors who specialize in neurological disorders. We are dedicated to creating and providing support, information, and education to families and individuals who live with epilepsy their support staff, educational personnel, friends, co-workers, health care providers and anyone else affected by epilepsy.


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