The National Health Council has created this special page for its members to post job openings and to foster the unique talent pool of patient advocacy organizations. For more information on posting a job, click here.
The National Health Council has an opening for a Manager of Communications and New Media. This individual will assist the NHC staff in the creation and dissemination of materials to advance the organization’s communication and marketing efforts. The Manager provides social media, web, graphic, writing, and editing support and general technical and administrative services, as needed.
Caregiver Action Network (CAN) seeks a Program Associate to track the implementation of programs and projects, including logistics and communications activities. The Program Associate will support implementation as directed to ensure quality on-time delivery of our programs and other partner initiatives.
The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) is a national health non-profit dedicated to serving and representing patients and their families living with hydrocephalus, a chronic life-long neurological condition that has no cure. We are the largest private funder of hydrocephalus research in the country. In addition, we produce free informational resources to help patients live with the everyday challenges of hydrocephalus and facilitate in-person connections through an extensive network of patient communities and WALK events around the country.
About The Michael J. Fox Foundation:
The Donor Relations Manager & Direct Response plays a key role in the fundraising success of the Hydrocephalus Association and its evolving Development Department, which covers individual giving (major gifts, planned giving, annual giving and membership), institutional giving (foundation and corporate), and other fundraising activities. This position is responsible for directing, administering, and growing the organization’s direct mail and donor relations program, two critical tactics to increase revenue through individual giving. The Manager plays a critical role in promoting stron
The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF) was founded in 2000 with one clear objective: accelerating meaningful therapeutic advances and, ultimately, a cure for Parkinson’s disease (PD). The Foundation applies extraordinary scientific, business and media assets to this singular focus—thus creating a unique and dynamic organization. Since inception, MJFF has quickly grown into the largest global funder of Parkinson’s disease research outside the U. S.