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Director, Community Fundraising WeChallenge MS

Posted On: March 13, 2024
Closing On: March 24, 2024

Location: Anywhere in Canada, hybrid based on location
Effective: ASAP
Employment Type: fulltime
Level: senior
Salary Range: $100,000-$107,000

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We have a bold vision of a world free of multiple sclerosis (MS). For 75 years, we have been living our mission to connect and empower the MS community to create positive change and you can be part of that! Our team is looking for a Director, Community Fundraising – WeChallenge MS working anywhere in Canada on a full-time basis working 35 hours per week. We support flexible work options with some purposeful based in-person meetings, based on your location. Please apply by March 24, 2024.

Discover. Innovate. Act

We are guided on the journey to end MS through discoveries, innovation and collective action. This strategy connects the MS community through our common goal of a world free of MS. Together, we work to advance treatment and care, enhance well-being, understand, and halt disease progression and ultimately prevent MS from happening in the first place.

To learn more about MS Canada, the impact we make, and what makes this a great place to work, we encourage you to visit

The impact you will have:

The Director, Community Fundraising provides strategic leadership and ensures the WeChallenge MS portfolio’s successful execution to build community connections and generate revenue for greater impact toward a world free of MS. This role cultivates networks of MS community members to help lead and innovate in peer to peer (p2p) events and fundraising in order to benefit those individuals who are deeply affected by MS.

Our ideal candidate:

If you are an innovative community-based fundraiser that is excited by building community and exploring new ways to generate revenue in the peer to peer (p2p) space this is the role for you! Ideal candidates will also:

  • Have deep knowledge of the P2P lifecycle – how to grow, maintain and cultivate P2P networks;
  • Have experience building relationships with community members and corporate donors;
  • Communicate a message clearly – inspiring others to take action;
  • Be agile with the ability to change direction quickly and reprioritize;
  • Know how to mobilize a team of community fundraising staff for significant impact;
  • Be able to influence collaboration across the organization to achieve community fundraising objectives;
  • Understand the principles of budgeting to keep projects on track.
What we offer

At MS Canada, we provide impactful and rewarding career opportunities We have a comprehensive total rewards package that includes:

  • Starting salary within the range of $100,000 to $107,000,
  • Competitive health and dental benefits package, spending accounts, and gender affirmation coverage,
  • Opportunity to secure your financial future with retirement plan matching,
  • Investment in your professional growth and development,
  • Generous paid time off including an extended office closure at the end of the year and half day Fridays before long weekends,
  • Support work life balance through flexible schedules, with hybrid work arrangements

MS Canada is dedicated to upholding diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in our workplace. We value the contributions that each person brings and are committed to creating an environment from all backgrounds can thrive.

We are committed to accommodating applicants’ needs throughout the recruitment process. Please indicate accommodations as required, if contacted.

All positions at MS Canada will require a background check in compliance with our Screening Measures Policy.

 We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we work and operate spans across the traditional territories of many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples. We recognize and honor the enduring presence, contributions, and resilience of Indigenous communities throughout Canada’s history. We acknowledge our responsibility to understand, respect, and support the diverse indigenous nations and their ongoing relationships with the land.