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Why join the Canadian Red Cross?


Be part of a team that shares your passion. 

Our organization is made up of diverse and dedicated individuals who share one common goal: to help people in times of need.

Use your skills for the greater good. 

The Canadian Red Cross mission has never been more crucial than it is today. From field nurses to software and web developers, we are always looking for new talent with a wide range of skills to help us advance our humanitarian efforts and to sustain our growth.

Work for one of Canada’s top employers. 

We value our employees as much as we value their work. That’s why after surveying over 10,000 Canadians, Forbes selected the Canadian Red Cross as one of Canada’s best employers.

What we offer


In-Office and Virtual Positions

When people think of the Red Cross, they often picture our emergency efforts on the ground. But in fact, team of dedicated staff with a wide range of specializations supports our humanitarian mission by facilitating our day-to-day operations.

These roles are critical and help ensure that we are always prepared and equipped with the right tools and resources for the next crisis.

Many team members work virtually or in a hybrid working model.



Volunteer Positions

Volunteers make up more than 70% of the Canadian Red Cross. Whether you want to learn a new skill, meet new people, experience something meaningful, or simply help where help is needed, volunteer opportunities are as diverse as people who fill them.

Across the country, Canadians depend on us to assist them when they need help. We're only able to respond because of people like you. With our training, guidance and support, you can get involved in improving the lives of your neighbours and those in need across Canada.


Delegate Positions

Our international delegates are highly skilled people doing extraordinary things in the regions in need of the world. They respond to emergencies (natural disasters or conflict) or work alongside partner national societies on development projects to improve the lives of  people in need by mobilizing the power of humanity in Canada and around the world.