Career Opportunities

Current Job Postings

Administrative Assistant

Status: Full-time, 35 hours per week, occasional evening and weekend work required.
Location: Alzheimer Society Southwest Partners – Oxford Site (575 Peel Street, Woodstock, ON)
Occasional support at our Middlesex and Elgin sites may be required.
Closing date: When filled

The Administrative Assistant is the hub of the office and the first point of contact for visitors and calls. This role always knows what is happening with office-related operations and communicates with good judgment, sensitivity and tact. With strong attention to detail and an ability to multi-task, provides administrative support to managers and staff through a variety of tasks related to the organization. The Administrative Assistant is a natural with computers, phone systems and databases and possesses the skills to assist in maintaining the organization and the office’s administrative processes.

Social Worker – Client Group Coordinator

Status: Full-Time, permanent, 35 hours per week, occasional evening and weekend work required.
Location: Regional – Alzheimer Society Southwest Partners: Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford,
(most education is currently offered in London).

Closing date: When filled

Reporting directly to the Manager of Clinical Services, the Social Worker – Client Group Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of support groups and delivery and coordination of client education programs of the Society. This includes leading client education programs (ie. First Link Learning Series, Learning the ROPES, etc.) in the region virtually and in person. This position will also provide support to the volunteers in the Caring Connections program and has a role in professional practice development related to group programming for clients at the Society.

The successful candidate will have strong assessment and group facilitation skills, 3 years of experience in counseling and group facilitation, experience working with people living with dementia and their care partners and exceptional organizational/scheduling/planning skills with the ability to adapt to changing needs of the organization.

Board Opportunities

The AlzSWP is an equal opportunity governance Board committed to building a culture focused on health equity, inclusion, and diversity. We are seeking individuals who can offer direct or indirect diversity of lived experience (e.g., class, race, or gender inequality) and a passion for community support services working as a non-for-profit organization. We want members to speak from their own lived experience to collectively provide varied perspective to the Board and committee discussions.

 

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering is a great way to give back and help those living with dementia and their care partners.

 

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