Careers

Joining the ALS Canada team means you are making a difference to people living with ALS today and in the future, and is a motivating and rewarding experience.

The people we serve are living with a devastating illness that may gradually rob them of their ability to move, speak and even breathe. But in the midst of it all, their resiliency and spirit is remarkable and moving. You will be touched by the community and will find a way to effectively engage with all stakeholders.

See our current career opportunities below and if you’re interested in a position, please follow the instructions within the posting about how to apply.

ALS Canada is an equal opportunity employer

ALS Canada is committed to accommodating the individual needs of job candidates, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Please contact 1 800 267 4257 ext 239 or jobs@als.ca if you require an accommodation.

ALS Canada is committed to being an equitable employer, we strongly encourage people from equity seeking groups to apply.

 

Current career opportunities 

Marketing Specialist – Digital Experience

Reporting to the Manager, Integrated Marketing and Brand Strategy, the Digital Experience Specialist is responsible for recommending and executing digital strategy on ALS Canada’s online properties and fundraising platforms. This individual will work in an organization-wide capacity in support to different areas of the organization, working across internal teams and with external vendors to increase traffic to our online properties through SEO and SEM, ensure an optimal user experience for visitors to our online properties, and maximize conversions in support of business objectives. This is a service-oriented role with a digital marketing focus (vs a technical/web development role).

Learn more about this opportunity here.

 

Marketing Specialist, Content and Community

Reporting to the Manager, Integrated Marketing and Brand Strategy, the Content Strategist is responsible for planning ALS Canada’s content strategy, creating and executing written and visual content for online and offline media, monitoring our social media channels and engaging our community on these platforms. The Content Strategist will use metrics and data gathered from our monitoring and analytics platforms to shape content plans and create content relevant to our audiences with a focus on awareness, advocacy, research, client services and community connection. A significant focus of this role is engaging with the ALS community through telephone and email interviews to support content development.

Learn more about this opportunity here.

 

Data Management Coordinator

The Data Management Coordinator will have a high attention to detail and a customer centred approach. Reporting to the Manager, Data Management and Donor Services, they will be responsible for coordinating the following key annual giving portfolios: monthly giving, tribute and memorial giving. Through effective donation administration, the Coordinator will contribute to fundraising efforts and supports building and maintaining relationships with donors.

Learn more about this opportunity here.

 

Marketing and Brand Specialist

Reporting to the Manager, Integrated Marketing and Brand Strategy, the Marketing and Brand Specialist is responsible for developing and executing integrated marketing campaigns for key organization initiatives, leading the organization’s email marketing program, and implementation of the ALS Canada brand. Working as part of an integrated Marketing and Public Affairs team, this dynamic position is both strategic and executional.

Learn more about this opportunity here.

 

Manager Fundraising Events

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Community Engagement, the Manager of Fundraising Events will contribute to all Ontario fundraising events including the Walk to End ALS, Plane Pull to End ALS, and the third-party community event fundraising program. This leader delivers campaign objectives, develops fundraising models, project plans, tactics and evaluation standards to maximize revenue growth, reach and sustainability for the Ontario events portfolio (revenue $2.6 M).

Learn more about this opportunity here.

 

Research Coordinator

Reporting to the Manager, Research and CALS, the Research Coordinator will support the Research team to engage with stakeholders in the ALS community including clients, families and researchers, ALS clinics, ALS Health Care Providers, and representatives from the ALS Societies across Canada regarding Research updates within the ALS Community. They will be responsible for the logical execution of the Research Forum, National Granting Program and travel and meeting logistics for the Research team.

Learn more about this opportunity here.

 

Regional Manager – Part Time Permanent

Reporting to and working with the Vice President, Client Services and the Senior Regional Manager, the individual is a positive, energetic, empathetic and self-directed person who can work well with all stakeholders in the ALS Community including clients, families, ALS clinics, LHINs, healthcare providers, community agencies and partners, and volunteers. They will be responsible for providing support services for clients with ALS and their families, helping them navigate the health care system, and creating and supporting opportunities for awareness, advocacy and fund development.

Learn more about this opportunity here.

 

Volunteer opportunities

Information about volunteer opportunities is available in the Volunteer section of our website.