Careers

Careers with the Alberta Cancer Foundation

At the Alberta Cancer Foundation, we are committed to making a difference for the 53 Albertans who will hear the words “you have cancer” every day.

And although progress is being made, we are all impatient for results. We know more can be done and our staff, alongside our volunteers and donors, are the driving force to make that happen. Join a team of passionate and dedicated Albertans who’s careers are making an impact every day of the year by applying  with the Alberta Cancer Foundation. Together, we can make life better for Albertans facing cancer.

Calgary

Development Officer – Major Gifts Fund Development

Reporting to the Director, Fund Development South, the Development Officer, Major Gifts is part of the Fund Development team responsible for an integrated fundraising model. This position is specifically responsible for managing prospective and active donors who give in excess of $10k.

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Development Assistant – Tom Baker Cancer Centre


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Donor Services Administrator – 7 Month Term


Donors Services Administrator – Permanent


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Development Assistant – Cross Cancer Institute

We Stand with Patients During Their Cancer Journey

Going forward, don’t think that the only measure of success is a cure for cancer. This type of research will make treatments easier for people like me and improve our chance of success. That’s all I can ask for.

- Seven-time Ironman triathlete, Colin Hacket, diagnosed with advanced colorectal cancer at age 34.

My wife Jan died in February 2012. Jan was a wonderful mom, grandma, wife and a good friend to all. She would be happy with what we’re doing. I’ve already received thank you letters from people who benefited from the Alberta Cancer Foundation’s Patient Financial Assistance Program and it’s heartwarming.

- Tom Crist, donor Patient Financial Assistance Program

My mother was diagnosed with colon cancer when she was 50 and she lived with it until she was 81. When people are faced with a diagnosis, they inevitably have a lot of questions. Being able to reach out to a patient navigator just brings people peace of mind and that makes me and my family feel good.

- Keith MacPhail, Donor Patient Navigator Program

Help make life better for Albertans facing cancer