Careers at Hospice Calgary

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At Hospice Calgary, we live our values every day, with clients, employees, colleagues and the community. We prioritize being an organization that provides a positive, healthy, professional, and safe work environment.

Diversity Makes Us Stronger

Current Opportunities

If you are a trained professional who seeks employment in a caring and compassionate environment, with others who are passionate about their work, Hospice Calgary may be right for you.

Finance Officer, Hospice Calgary

 1.0 FTE, Permanent Full Time

Are you an experienced financial administrator, passionate about working in a non-profit environment? Are you a collaborator & independent problem solver?

The Finance Officer is responsible for the management of the organization’s financial and accounting processes in accordance with the organization’s philosophy, objectives, and policies. Key accountabilities in compliance with accepted professional accounting standards include the effective management of day-to-day finances, budget development and monitoring, financial reporting, capital projects, and oversight of payroll and benefits administration.

Previous experience working as Finance Officer preferred

For Complete Job Description and Qualifications:

Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found. Only qualified applicants will be contacted. Please submit your resume and cover letter with attention to Elaine Crowell, Director of Finance at hiring@hospicecalgary.ca.

Fund Development Officer, Hospice Calgary

1.0 FTE, Permanent Full Time

Are you relationship-oriented with excellent communication skills? Do you have a strong desire to make a difference in the lives of others?

The Fund Development Officer is responsible for advancing the mission of Hospice Calgary by fostering strong relationships with donors and volunteers. The position generates donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations by managing a portfolio of donors and prospects.

Membership with Alberta Fundraising Professionals (AFP) is considered an asset

For Complete Job Description and Qualifications:

Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found. Only qualified applicants will be contacted. Please submit your resume and cover letter with attention to Kelsey Murdoch, Marketing & Fund Development Director at hiring@hospicecalgary.ca.

Counsellor, Children's Grief Centre

Part-Time and Full-Time Positions avaliable

Are you an experienced counsellor, passionate about client and family centered care?

The position provides short and long term grief and trauma-focused counselling to children, teens, and their families who are grieving a sudden or expected death. Facilitates group support for children, teens, and parents and advocates for community support and access to appropriate resources.

*MSW or MA Counselling required.

For Complete Job Description and Qualifications:

Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found. Only qualified applicants will be contacted. Please submit your resume and cover letter with attention to Fiona McColl, Executive Director to hiring@hospicecalgary.ca.

Practicums

Hospice Calgary, through its Children’s Grief Centre, offers a high quality, well-established, and supportive practicum program for students in their last year of a post graduate counselling degree.

Counselling Practicum for Masters Students

The next opportunity to join our practicum program will be for the 2024-2025 academic year. We will post information on when and how to apply in the first months of 2024.