Jobs: Types of Jobs

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Join our team of professionals working to support families living with dementia in the communities we serve. Our team is complex, made up of full-time, part-time, and casual positions working in roles such as:

  • Dementia Education
  • Individual & Family Counselling
  • Intensive Case Management, including Responsive Behaviours
  • Psychogeriatric Resource Consultation
  • Cognitive Testing
  • Health & Fitness
  • Fundraising
  • Administration, including Finance and Human Resources

The Alzheimer Society works with post-secondary institutions to provide internship opportunities for students. We are pleased to provide students with an opportunity to gain experience and learn from our team of community healthcare professionals.

Post-secondary institutions should send an email to to initiate a conversation about student internship opportunities.

Typically, youth positions are available through funding provided the federal government’s Canada Summer Jobs program. Opportunities change from year to year, based on program guidelines and our needs.

Interested youth can watch for postings on the Government of Canada Job Bank They are generally posted in March or April.

Being a charity, the Alzheimer Society relies on the generosity of volunteers – donating their skills and time – to support the services we provide to families living with dementia.

Interested individuals can learn more about volunteering with our organization by visiting the Volunteer web page.

The Opportunity

The number of Canadians living with dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease is rising sharply, and we are seeing a rapid increase in demand for services in the communities served by our Society. At the same time, the healthcare sector in Ontario is undergoing a period of transformation.

Our Society is seeking directors who can apply leadership, professional insight, and innovative thinking to further the work of our Society during this exciting time of growth and transformation.

Roles & Responsibilities

We welcome applications from all interested parties; however, we are specifically seeking applications from individuals with the following professional backgrounds:

  • Insurance
  • Marketing & Communications

The Board operates under a governance model. Directors are expected to stay informed about issues related to Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, participate in the work of committees, and actively support the fundraising efforts and events of the organization. Membership requires a minimum commitment of three (3) hours per month – including attendance at monthly meetings of the Board and participation on Committees of the Board.

The Alzheimer Society welcomes those who have demonstrated a commitment to upholding the values of equity and social justice and we encourage applications from members of groups that have been historically disadvantaged and marginalized, including First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples, Indigenous peoples of North America, Black and persons of colour, persons with disabilities, people living with dementia, care partners and those who identify as 2SLGBTQ+.