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The Alzheimer Society of Durham Region is growing and is interested in qualified, passionate and dedicated candidates to join our team. Please see the links below for complete job descriptions.

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Below are our current opportunities. Please read the individual job postings for a more detailed description of the position and instructions on how to submit your application.

Project Coordinator 

Under the direction of the CEO, the Project Coordinator is responsible for the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of two specific projects for the Alzheimer Society of Durham Region (ASDR): organizational accreditation and the electronic health record transition and implementation.

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Fund Development Associate

Under the supervision of the Director of Philanthropy, the Fund Development Associate will be responsible for the administration of the Fund Development department and help grow fundraising revenue through donor stewardship, cultivation activities and special events to allow the Alzheimer Society of Durham Region to meet our immediate and long-term financial goals.

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Fundraising & Special Events Coordinator

Under the supervision of the Director of Philanthropy, the Fundraising & Special Events Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of the annual and monthly giving programs, including low-mid level fundraising activities, special events, third-party fundraisers, and peer-to-peer fundraising initiatives to grow revenue to meet our immediate and long-term financial goals.

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Manager, Client Services

Under the direction of the Director of Programs and Services, the Manager, Client Services will provide clinical supervision,
direction and support to the ASDR Family Support Team and Enhancing Care Team.


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Billingual Support and Education Coordinator 

Under the direction of the Manager, Clinical Services, the Bilingual Client Support Service Coordinator (“BCSSC”) will be responsible for delivering high-quality dementia support services through education, support group facilitation, one on one therapeutic counselling, navigation, and consultation to family caregivers and persons with dementia. The BCSSC will maintain ongoing outreach to Francophone community and deliver education to community partners and health care providers. The BCSSC will work with clients in both official languages, with a particular focus upon the francophone community. The role of the BCSSCS will also fulfill all expectations outlined in agency Policies and Procedures.

Read the full job posting in English here.

Read the full job posting in French here.

Director of Programs and Services

The Director of Programs and Services (the “Director”) oversees the implementation, management, supervision and evaluation of all ASDR clinical programs and client services in accordance with policies, best practice and the mission of the organization. Community engagement and active collaboration with key community partners are central to the role for ensuring the quality and sustainability of programs and services. As a member of the Senior Leadership team, the Director participates in strategic planning, budgeting, problem solving and organizational initiatives.

Read the full job posting here.

Bilingual Support and Education Coordinator

Under the direction of the Manager, Client Services, the Bilingual Client Support Service Coordinator (“BCSSC”) will be responsible for delivering high-quality dementia support services through education, support group facilitation, one on one therapeutic counselling, navigation, and consultation to family caregivers and persons with dementia. The BCSSC will maintain ongoing outreach to Francophone community and deliver education to community partners and health care providers.

Read the full job posting in English here.

Read the full job posting in French here.