Career Opportunities

Your next move could be life-changing. For yourself and for those around you. 

• Roles grounded in purpose.
• A supportive team united by a bold vision and shared passion.
• A strong, strategic mission-driven organization reshaping life and the future for people living with dementia.

Consider joining us at the Alzheimer Society of Calgary, where shared values and fresh ideas meet the ambition, energy, and encouragement to move them forward. We’re searching for the right people to join our team. 

Dementia Support Navigator

We believe that people impacted by dementia can live life well - and every day, we work to build the capacity of the community to support and care for them. Become part of a progressive team with shared core values and visibly demonstrated passion for the cause.

Alzheimer Calgary is a learning organization with a culture founded upon key competencies such as the importance of being adaptable; innovative; open to learning; accountable; outcomes-focused and dedicated to providing person-centred care and fostering a supportive team environment. If you believe in these same principles, this may be an unparalleled environment for you to thrive in. We encourage creative solutions and maintain genuine work/life balance. We’re searching for the right person to join us as a Dementia Support Navigator (Support Services Coordinator) for full time employment.  This position reports to the Director, Learning & Support Services. 

Your responsibilities include the provision of learning and support to people with dementia, their families, care partners and professionals. You are the connection and first point of contact to Alzheimer Calgary, providing support, resources, knowledge and best care practices.

A Bachelor of Social Work degree or related Human Services degree is preferred, but those with a Human Services Diploma and experience in the field may be considered. To be successful in this role, you’re committed to providing responsive, empathetic services. Knowledge of dementia and caregiving challenges is preferred, along with experience in facilitating group learning. In addition, you’re a collaborative team player with exceptional organizational, communication, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills. Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook are also assets.  Occasional evening and weekend work may be required.

You spend enough time at work. Make it count. This is a rewarding opportunity in a supportive, team-oriented environment.

Alzheimer Calgary offers competitive salaries, excellent benefits package including health, dental, employee and family assistance program, and a health and wellness spending account. We are an organization that supports employee professional development, work life balance, and employee wellness.

A police clearance letter will be required for the successful candidate.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to:

Rachel Clare, Director, Learning & Support Services

Posting will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. We sincerely thank you for your interest. Only applicants selected for the interview process will be contacted. No phone call please.

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