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), within our recruitment processes and skills testing practices.

We will provide accommodations for job candidates with disabilities during the entire recruitment process. Job candidates are asked to contact us at 1-800-267-4257 or jobs@als.ca if you require any accommodations to ensure your equal participation in the recruitment and job selection processes.
ALS Canada may ask for supporting medical documents to clarify the job candidate’s limitations, restrictions and impairments to better accommodate the individualized disability needs.  All supporting medical documentation is kept confidential.

Current career opportunities

Regional Manager, South Eastern Ontario (Kingston, Belleville), Part-Time Contract

Part-time (10 hours per week) Contract position for an individual residing in the South East Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) region, for example Kingston or Belleville areas. 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, CCACs/LHINs, healthcare providers, community agencies and partners, and volunteers. Reporting to and working with the Vice President, Client Services 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. Deadline to apply: July 7, 2017

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Marketing & Communications Officer, Full-Time

The Marketing and Communications Officer reports to the Director, Marketing and Communications and works closely with internal stakeholders, such as Fund Development, Client Services and Research, to communicate with the ALS community and its supporters about ALS Canada’s mission and the difference their support makes. This position is responsible for executing key aspects of the organization’s annual marketing and communications plan with a focus on leading and growing our digital marketing and communications activities for many areas of the organization, including Research, Client Services and Fund Development. The individual will also take a leadership role to support the digital marketing and communications for the WALK for ALS, our signature fundraising event.
Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.

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Volunteer opportunities

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