Muscular Dystrophy Canada is proud of its committed, passionate team. If you are interested in using your skills to make a difference in the lives of Canadians impacted by neuromuscular disorders, we’d like to meet you!

Job type: Full-time (35 hours/week)
Location: Montreal, Quebec

The Organization:

Since 1954, Muscular Dystrophy Canada has been dedicated to finding a cure, reaching out to those in need, and educating Canadians about muscular dystrophy and its related disorders. Thanks to dedicated volunteers and the generosity of donors Muscular Dystrophy Canada is able to make a real difference in the lives of people affected by neuromuscular disorders.

The Mission:

Muscular Dystrophy Canada supports the independence and full participation of Canadians with neuromuscular disorders.  We assist individuals to participate in the decisions that affect them and collaborate with others for social change. We fund research to improve the quality of life for people with neuromuscular disorders and to find a cure.

We work as ONE!

Join a team of dedicated colleagues and volunteers in making a difference in the neuromuscular community by raising funds to support ongoing advocacy efforts, investment in research and the provision of programs and services.
Simply put, we help people with neuromuscular disorders live their best lives!

We can offer you:

  • Full time employment (35 hours/week)
  • Competitive salary
  • Employer paid benefits package with a Health Spending account
  • Matching Pension Contributions
  • Career growth opportunities

The Position:

Reporting to the Director, Marketing and Communications, the Digital Marketing Specialist will actively contribute to the creation of a unified voice for Muscular Dystrophy Canada (MDC).

Responsibilities:

  • Build and maintain a strategic and compelling online presence for MDC
  • Develop digital strategies and recommendations related to: online advertising, SEO, UX, content, online fundraising, email marketing, social media, lead generation and website design.
  • Execute projects from inception and development through to implementation and reporting, providing digital expertise in order to drive online engagement and fundraising.
  • Develop and evolve information architecture of the MDC website to increase traffic and improve accessibility, effectiveness and quality of user experience
  • Build and design compelling online fundraising websites that are user focused and integrate seamlessly into the MDC brand
  • Use social media to increase MDC brand awareness, to promote programs and research, and to strengthen audience engagement among the general public and MDC stakeholders
  • Measure, track and report performance activities for all digital marketing platforms, identifying trends and insights, and to further optimize performance.
  • Research and review new technologies and keep MDC at the forefront of developments in digital marketing

Candidate Qualifications:

The ideal candidate is a digital professional who is proactive, creative, strategic and organized. They are able to work under pressure and turn work around quickly to meet deadlines. They work well both independently as well as in a team environment, handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines.

  • 2-5 years related experience
  • Experience in developing/maintaining websites, coordinating traditional and digital marketing plans.
  • Experience working closely with content creators considered an asset.
  • Demonstrated experience with CMS, SEO, HTML, analytics, social media and email marketing.
  • Proficient with Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Highly driven, results-orientated work ethic, with the ability to meet deadlines while managing multiple projects
  • Attention to detail and proofreading
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Bilingual
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong contributor in team environments, building constructive and purposeful relationships with staff to ensure that needed information is provided in a timely manner
  • Familiarity with Raiser’s Edge or equivalent fundraising database an asset

Our process:

While we appreciate all responses, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Muscular Dystrophy Canada is committed to employment equity, especially for persons with disabilities. We support equal opportunity and advancement in accordance with competence for all employees.

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Job type: Full-time (35 hours/week)
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia

The Organization:

Since 1954, Muscular Dystrophy Canada has been dedicated to finding a cure, reaching out to those in need, and educating Canadians about muscular dystrophy and its related disorders. Thanks to dedicated volunteers and the generosity of donors Muscular Dystrophy Canada is able to make a real difference in the lives of people affected by neuromuscular disorders.

The Mission:

Muscular Dystrophy Canada supports the independence and full participation of Canadians with neuromuscular disorders. We assist individuals to participate in the decisions that affect them and collaborate with others for social change. We fund research to improve the quality of life for people with neuromuscular disorders and to find a cure.

We work as ONE!

Join a team of dedicated colleagues and volunteers in making a difference in the neuromuscular community by raising funds to support ongoing advocacy efforts, investment in research and the provision of programs and services.
Simply put, we help people with neuromuscular disorders live their best lives!

We can offer you:

  • Full time employment (35 hours/week)
  • Competitive salary
  • Employer paid benefits package with a Health Spending account
  • Matching Pension Contributions
  • Career growth opportunities

What we need from you:

  • A minimum of two years of fundraising experience
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Bilingualism considered an asset
  • Energy, a positive attitude and team spirit
  • Proven relationship building skills and an understanding that our donors really do matter
  • An appreciation of the value of volunteers
  • Exceptional communication skills and a willingness to pick up the phone and have real conversations
  • An ability to learn new databases and computer software
  • A desire to hit targets and be accountable for your portfolio
  • Flexibility to work some evenings and weekends

Role Responsibilities:

  • Develops fundraising plans in order to achieve or exceed local, community, provincial and regional revenue objectives and budgets
  • Develops, implements and updates detailed work plans, tactics and targets to achieve outcomes
  • Maintains a portfolio of key stakeholders, event participants, team captains, Fire Departments and Fire fighters with established retention goals; initiates and maximizes networking, cultivation and stewardship opportunities
  • Ensures stakeholders receive correspondence, required support, and updates in a timely, personalized and professional manner
  • Collaborates with staff, volunteers and partners to customize/enhance fundraising initiatives. Assesses local needs, conditions and historical results, trends and provides recommendations to increase revenue
  • Provides support and direction to leadership volunteer committees to deliver fundraising results. This includes creating and implementing fundraising strategies, tactics, recruiting committee members, providing training, and attending committee meetings
  • Prepares material such as presentations, letters, stewardship reports and other relevant documents/materials that supports the recruitment, cultivation and solicitation of donors, volunteers, partners, sponsors, etc.
  • Provides direct support to volunteers, partners, clients and donors to help them achieve their fundraising goals.

Our process:

While we appreciate all responses, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Muscular Dystrophy Canada is committed to employment equity, especially for persons with disabilities. We support equal opportunity and advancement in accordance with competence for all employees.

Apply on Indeed

Job type: Full-time (35 hours/week)
Location: Moncton, New Brunswick

The Organization:

Since 1954, Muscular Dystrophy Canada has been dedicated to finding a cure, reaching out to those in need, and educating Canadians about muscular dystrophy and its related disorders. Thanks to dedicated volunteers and the generosity of donors Muscular Dystrophy Canada is able to make a real difference in the lives of people affected by neuromuscular disorders.

The Mission:

Muscular Dystrophy Canada supports the independence and full participation of Canadians with neuromuscular disorders. We assist individuals to participate in the decisions that affect them and collaborate with others for social change. We fund research to improve the quality of life for people with neuromuscular disorders and to find a cure.

We work as ONE!

Join a team of dedicated colleagues and volunteers in making a difference in the neuromuscular community by raising funds to support ongoing advocacy efforts, investment in research and the provision of programs and services.
Simply put, we help people with neuromuscular disorders live their best lives!

We can offer you:

  • Full time employment (35 hours/week)
  • Competitive salary
  • Employer paid benefits package with a Health Spending account
  • Matching Pension Contributions
  • Career growth opportunities

What we need from you:

  • A minimum of two years of fundraising experience
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Bilingualism considered an asset
  • Energy, a positive attitude and team spirit
  • Proven relationship building skills and an understanding that our donors really do matter
  • An appreciation of the value of volunteers
  • Exceptional communication skills and a willingness to pick up the phone and have real conversations
  • An ability to learn new databases and computer software
  • A desire to hit targets and be accountable for your portfolio
  • Flexibility to work some evenings and weekends

Role Responsibilities:

  • Develops fundraising plans in order to achieve or exceed local, community, provincial and regional revenue objectives and budgets
  • Develops, implements and updates detailed work plans, tactics and targets to achieve outcomes
  • Maintains a portfolio of key stakeholders, event participants, team captains, Fire Departments and Fire fighters with established retention goals; initiates and maximizes networking, cultivation and stewardship opportunities
  • Ensures stakeholders receive correspondence, required support, and updates in a timely, personalized and professional manner
  • Collaborates with staff, volunteers and partners to customize/enhance fundraising initiatives. Assesses local needs, conditions and historical results, trends and provides recommendations to increase revenue
  • Provides support and direction to leadership volunteer committees to deliver fundraising results. This includes creating and implementing fundraising strategies, tactics, recruiting committee members, providing training, and attending committee meetings
  • Prepares material such as presentations, letters, stewardship reports and other relevant documents/materials that supports the recruitment, cultivation and solicitation of donors, volunteers, partners, sponsors, etc.
  • Provides direct support to volunteers, partners, clients and donors to help them achieve their fundraising goals.

Our process:

While we appreciate all responses, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Muscular Dystrophy Canada is committed to employment equity, especially for persons with disabilities. We support equal opportunity and advancement in accordance with competence for all employees.

Apply on Indeed

Job type: Full-time (35 hours/week)
Location: Montreal, Quebec

The Organization:

Since 1954, Muscular Dystrophy Canada has been dedicated to finding a cure, reaching out to those in need, and educating Canadians about muscular dystrophy and its related disorders. Thanks to dedicated volunteers and the generosity of donors Muscular Dystrophy Canada is able to make a real difference in the lives of people affected by neuromuscular disorders.

The Mission:

Muscular Dystrophy Canada supports the independence and full participation of Canadians with neuromuscular disorders. We assist individuals to participate in the decisions that affect them and collaborate with others for social change. We fund research to improve the quality of life for people with neuromuscular disorders and to find a cure.

We work as ONE!

Join a team of dedicated colleagues and volunteers in making a difference in the neuromuscular community by raising funds to support ongoing advocacy efforts, investment in research and the provision of programs and services.
Simply put, we help people with neuromuscular disorders live their best lives!

We can offer you:

  • Full time employment (35 hours/week)
  • Competitive salary
  • Employer paid benefits package with a Health Spending account
  • Matching Pension Contributions
  • Career growth opportunities

What we need from you:

  • A minimum of two years of fundraising experience
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Bilingual
  • Energy, a positive attitude and team spirit
  • Proven relationship building skills and an understanding that our donors really do matter
  • An appreciation of the value of volunteers
  • Exceptional communication skills and a willingness to pick up the phone and have real conversations
  • An ability to learn new databases and computer software
  • A desire to hit targets and be accountable for your portfolio
  • Flexibility to work some evenings and weekends

Role Responsibilities:

  • Develops fundraising plans in order to achieve or exceed local, community, provincial and regional revenue objectives and budgets
  • Develops, implements and updates detailed work plans, tactics and targets to achieve outcomes
  • Maintains a portfolio of key stakeholders, event participants, team captains, Fire Departments and Fire fighters with established retention goals; initiates and maximizes networking, cultivation and stewardship opportunities
  • Ensures stakeholders receive correspondence, required support, and updates in a timely, personalized and professional manner
  • Collaborates with staff, volunteers and partners to customize/enhance fundraising initiatives. Assesses local needs, conditions and historical results, trends and provides recommendations to increase revenue
  • Provides support and direction to leadership volunteer committees to deliver fundraising results. This includes creating and implementing fundraising strategies, tactics, recruiting committee members, providing training, and attending committee meetings
  • Prepares material such as presentations, letters, stewardship reports and other relevant documents/materials that supports the recruitment, cultivation and solicitation of donors, volunteers, partners, sponsors, etc.
  • Provides direct support to volunteers, partners, clients and donors to help them achieve their fundraising goals.

Our process:

While we appreciate all responses, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Muscular Dystrophy Canada is committed to employment equity, especially for persons with disabilities. We support equal opportunity and advancement in accordance with competence for all employees.

Apply on Indeed

Job type: Full-time (35 hours/week)
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia

The Organization:

Since 1954, Muscular Dystrophy Canada has been dedicated to finding a cure, reaching out to those in need, and educating Canadians about muscular dystrophy and its related disorders. Thanks to dedicated volunteers and the generosity of donors Muscular Dystrophy Canada is able to make a real difference in the lives of people affected by neuromuscular disorders.

The Mission:

Muscular Dystrophy Canada supports the independence and full participation of Canadians with neuromuscular disorders. We assist individuals to participate in the decisions that affect them and collaborate with others for social change. We fund research to improve the quality of life for people with neuromuscular disorders and to find a cure.

We work as ONE!

Join a team of dedicated colleagues and volunteers in making a difference in the neuromuscular community by raising funds to support ongoing advocacy efforts, investment in research and the provision of programs and services.
Simply put, we help people with neuromuscular disorders live their best lives!

We can offer you:

  • Full time employment (35 hours/week)
  • Competitive salary
  • Employer paid benefits package with a Health Spending account
  • Matching Pension Contributions
  • Career growth opportunities

What we need from you:

  • Energy, a positive attitude and team spirit
  • Proven relationship building skills and an understanding that our donors really do matter
  • An appreciation of the value of volunteers
  • Exceptional communication skills and a willingness to pick up the phone and have real conversations
  • An ability to learn new databases and computer software
  • A desire to hit targets and be accountable for your portfolio
  • Flexibility to work some evenings and weekends

Role Responsibilities:

  • Develops fundraising plans in order to achieve or exceed local, community, provincial and regional revenue objectives and budgets
  • Develops, implements and updates detailed work plans, tactics and targets to achieve outcomes
  • Maintains a portfolio of key stakeholders, event participants, team captains, Fire Departments and Fire fighters with established retention goals; initiates and maximizes networking, cultivation and stewardship opportunities
  • Ensures stakeholders receive correspondence, required support, and updates in a timely, personalized and professional manner
  • Collaborates with staff, volunteers and partners to customize/enhance fundraising initiatives. Assesses local needs, conditions and historical results, trends and provides recommendations to increase revenue
  • Provides support and direction to leadership volunteer committees to deliver fundraising results. This includes creating and implementing fundraising strategies, tactics, recruiting committee members, providing training, and attending committee meetings
  • Prepares material such as presentations, letters, stewardship reports and other relevant documents/materials that supports the recruitment, cultivation and solicitation of donors, volunteers, partners, sponsors, etc.
  • Provides direct support to volunteers, partners, clients and donors to help them achieve their fundraising goals.

Our process:

While we appreciate all responses, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Muscular Dystrophy Canada is committed to employment equity, especially for persons with disabilities. We support equal opportunity and advancement in accordance with competence for all employees.

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