We are hiring – Join our Team in the new year 

About Digital Health Canada

Digital Health Canada is a Canadian not-for-profit professional association with over 6,000 members across the country. Our members are a diverse community of accomplished, influential professionals working to make a difference in advancing healthcare through information technology.

Members are supported by the Digital Health Canada National Office team. Together, the team develops and delivers the networking and professional development programs that create value for our members: events and webinars, education and certification, and thought leadership. Team members work remotely, collaborating through online chat, virtual conferences, and weekly team meetings.

Position Title: Member Programs Coordinator
Reports to: Executive Director
Status: Full-time
Location: Work from home in the Greater Toronto Area. Involves some travel.
Closing Date: open until filled
Start Date: January 8, 2024
Salary Range: $50,000 – $60,000

The candidate

You enjoy planning and delivering engaging professional development programming for a diverse population of industry experts. You are a seasoned association professional who has managed member programs from concept to execution with positive results. You enjoy creating opportunities for members to connect and collaborate, while learning about new program possibilities and bringing fresh ideas and enthusiasm for new programs to the membership community.

Overview of the position

The Member Programs Coordinator is responsible for:



Apply by email to: HR@digitalhealthcanada.com

Interviews will begin as potential candidates are idetified. Start date is January 8, 2024.

To be considered, submissions MUST include the following:

Digital Health Canada is committed to diversity, inclusion and equity in connection with our vision, mission, values and pillars. We strive to develop a team that reflects the diversity of the Canadian health ecosystem and the Digital Health Canada member community. We actively welcome nominations and candidates who are Black, Indigenous, LGBTQIA2S+, or living with disability, as well as People of Colour or members of other racialized and marginalized groups.