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Career Opportunities

We feel honoured and privileged to work at Wellspring Alberta. Every day we witness unbridled courage, kindness and support shared openly and freely within our community. We see members transcend challenges, discover the true meaning of community, and gather tools for wellness, wholeness and joyful living. We experience volunteerism at its best, altruism at its finest and unprecedented philanthropy… the kind that keeps our doors open and our hearts open wide.

If you think Wellspring Alberta is where you belong, we welcome your interest in any available jobs that suit your skills.

Program Leaders

Wellspring Alberta’s program leader team is a group of highly skilled contracted professionals with big hearts. Wellspring Alberta offers over 70 evidence-informed programs. Each program is unique and requires a different skill set. Most programs are under 2 hours, run once a season (multi week), and 3 times a year. These are wonderful opportunities for those looking to engage with an incredible community on a part-time basis. Programs run both in-person and online, on weekdays, evenings and weekends. Most roles require three years of experience, a relevant university degree and willingness to engage with a learning community.

Available Program Leader positions:

Men’s Group Program Leader (contract) – Calgary

Pole Walking Program Leader (contract) – Edmonton

Returning to Work Leader (contract) – Edmonton

Inclusion Statement

Wellspring Alberta is committed to being an inclusive organization. We are in a process of expanding the diversity of identities and lived experiences, to be more reflective of the communities in which we work and live. To support this process, we’ve become an employer partner of the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion, developed an Advisory group, and we are taking action as part of our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion. We understand we are on a journey, which will take time, and that increasing equity in our organization and in cancer care is critical. We encourage applications from groups that are typically under-represented in cancer-serving organizations including BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) individuals, LGBTQ2S+ identifying individuals, persons with disabilities, and candidates from all equity seeing groups.

We welcome you to contact us for a conversation about accessibility and accommodations throughout the recruitment process. We know that women and people of colour are less likely to apply for roles unless they meet every single requirement. If you’re excited about the role, but your qualifications don’t match perfectly, we encourage you to apply.

We appreciate your interest in Wellspring and warmly welcome all applications.