“What I love most about being a First Link Coordinator is having the opportunity to connect and support people living with dementia and their family and friends. To be on the dementia journey with someone, to share information on how to get a diagnosis, help someone navigate our challenging health care system, or provide hope to live better with their diagnosis is such a privilege.”
-Connie Snider, First Link Coordinator, Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan
Not only do we offer rewarding career opportunities, we also support our employees through:
- Extended health care and dental benefits through 3SHealth;
- Group life insurance;
- A comprehensive disability income plan;
- A defined benefit pension plan through Saskatchewan HealthCare Employees’ Pension Plan (SHEPP) where we contribute 112% of what each of our employees contribute.
Read below to see our available positions!
Payroll and Benefits Coordinator
As a growing organization, we are currently recruiting to fill a brand-new position with an ambitious and result-oriented individual to work as a permanent full-time Payroll and Benefits Coordinator. This position will be based in our provincial office, located in Regina.
In this new and exciting role, you will take the lead on processing payroll and benefits for all employees and collaborate with the Director of Finance and other members of the Finance team on administrative and general accounting duties.
Regina Qu’Appelle First Link® Coordinator
We are hiring for a permanent full-time First Link® Coordinator based in Regina, serving the former Regina Qu’Appelle Regional Health Authority.
In this exciting role, you will:
- Support people living with dementia and their family caregivers;
- Help build awareness with physicians, specialists and other health care providers about the First Link® direct referral program and how they can connect people with dementia and their families to the programs and services of the Alzheimer Society;
- Provide information, support, and referral to Society and community programs and services throughout the progression of the disease.