Career Opportunities

OUR Organization

VISION

Our vision at Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC) is to become the global leader in the fight against prostate cancer, earning the enthusiasm and support of Canadians through integrity, compassion, and innovation.

MISSION

Prostate Cancer Canada raises funds for the development of programs related to awareness, public education, advocacy, support of those affected, and research into the prevention, detection, treatment and cure of prostate cancer.

DID YOU KNOW?

  • We act as the primary support resource for men diagnosed with the disease, and for their families.

  • We are the only national foundation dedicated to the elimination of this disease through research, education, support and awareness.

  • Our logo is a symbol of hope – that we know we will achieve the goal of eliminating prostate cancer, and a symbol of unity – that we can only achieve this when working together.

All positions are based in Toronto Head Office unless otherwise specified.
 


 

 

Development Officer

The Development Officer supports and manages foundation relationships and grant applications as part of a diverse, hybrid role that works closely with the Vice President of Philanthropy, Marketing and Communications.  As a project coordinator, the Development Officer is responsible for specific outreach initiatives and fundraising projects.  As a key partner of the VP and Philanthropy Team, the Development Officer actively manages the calendar and agenda of the Vice President and ensures excellent administrative support regarding team and committee meeting minutes, expense and budget coordination and coding as well as other key tasks supporting fundraising processes.  The successful Development Officer brings excellent writing skills and leverages time and organizational and administrative coordination to partner with the VP to effectively meet goals.  

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President and Chief Executive Officer

The President and CEO (CEO) is responsible to the Board for driving a strategic plan and the implementation of Prostate Cancer Canada’s strategic priorities, its directions, policies, statements of values and standards. S/He manages the operations, developing its financial and human resources, ensuring that operational plans 2 and objectives are aligned with strategic plans for the delivery of revenue generation, research/scientific initiatives, programs, and communications and advocacy.

This is a highly-visible, national leadership role with a marquis brand that punches above its weight. With an excellent reputation for investing wisely for impact in research as well as education, support and awareness programs, PCC has become the go-to organization for prostate cancer. For the right leader, this is an exciting opportunity to lead a nimble organization with a history of being creative, and to work with an engaged and committed Board and staff to make a measurable difference in a focused area that continues to affect a large part of the population.

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