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.

Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility (IDEA)

ALS Canada is an Employer Partner with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI). The partnership provides us access to resources and information from both a Canadian and global perspective on a variety of topics as they relate to all aspects of IDEA. Learn more by visiting our About Us page.

Current career opportunities 

  • Specialist, Corporate Communications

    Reporting to the Director, Strategic Communications, the Specialist, Corporate Communications, is responsible for executing ALS Canada’s content strategy, creating and executing communications plans for all mission areas, writing key messages, speaking notes and public relations materials, and supporting proactive and reactive media relations efforts throughout the organization. A significant focus of this role is engaging with the ALS community through telephone and email interviews to support content development and storytelling to help raise awareness of the reality of the disease. Learn more about this role.

  • Specialist, Digital Communications

    Reporting to the Director, Strategic Communications, the Specialist, Digital Communications is responsible for executing ALS Canada’s content strategy, creating, and executing written and visual content for digital media, monitoring our social media channels, and engaging our community on these platforms. A significant focus of this role is engaging with the ALS community through telephone and email interviews to support content development and storytelling to help raise awareness of the reality of the disease. Learn more about this role.

  • Equipment Program Coordinator

    Reporting to the Manager, Equipment Program, the Equipment Program Coordinator is responsible for supporting people living with ALS across the province of Ontario through the administration of ALS Canada’s equipment loan and grant program. They will work collaboratively with the Community Services team to ensure excellence in customer service and will foster effective relationships with clients, family members, regulated healthcare professionals and community vendors and stakeholders to improve the lives of people living with ALS. Learn more about this role.

  • Senior Manager, Knowledge Exchange and Community Information

    The Senior Manager, Knowledge Exchange and Community Information is a new role at the ALS Society of Canada responsible for delivering on our strategic priority to support people affected by ALS in making informed decisions. The success of this area will contribute to positioning ALS Canada as the trusted resource for ALS information within Canada. Learn more about this role.

Volunteer opportunities

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