Your career at Mission:Cure can help improve the lives of people who are suffering and change the way diseases are cured
Are you ready to apply your talents to help an innovative nonprofit that is changing the model for curing disease while improving the lives of people who are suffering? Mission:Cure is a growing nonprofit organization that has made great strides in record time. We bring a sense of urgency, efficiency and innovation to the disease-curing ecosystem, starting with pancreatitis. We are determined, collaborative, and smart problem-solvers. If you share these traits and care about curing disease, we invite you to submit your resume with a short but thoughtful cover letter. We would also love to see a sample of your work so please share your best social media posts, presentations, proposals, or other documents that showcase your experience.
The Program Associate will help manage Mission:Cure’s patient education program and will work on other important aspects of Mission:Cure’s operations, including patient outreach, grant reporting, nonprofit management, and program development. The patient education program provides useful, timely, engaging content for pancreatitis patients and their families, through webinars, blog posts, short videos, and social media posts. The Program Associate will be responsible for determining what content and format will be most useful and engaging, and ensuring that webinars, videos, and web content are developed and published on schedule and that grant requirements are met.
The Program Associate will report directly to the CEO and work closely with the scientific and patient communities. They will have the opportunity to learn about curing disease, the patient experience, and the healthcare system, as well as what goes into creating and running a successful nonprofit. The ideal candidate will be analytical and data-driven, as well as passionate, creative, and willing to contribute ideas and energy to Mission: Cure as a whole.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Plan content for Mission:Cure’s patient education program
- Schedule and project manage webinars and blog posts
- Manage patient education program to ensure that grant requirements are being met
- Evaluate patient education program success through surveys, analytics, and other means
- Draft final grant report and interim updates for funders
- Draft grant applications to fund the program and new initiatives
- Help prepare for board meetings, scientific meetings, and other events
- Schedule and help prepare for CEO meetings with potential partners and stakeholders
- Serve as an integral member of our small staff, contributing ideas and taking on other tasks and programs as needed
- Commitment to our mission and vision (see the About Us section below); background or strong interest in health and curing disease
- Bachelor’s degree and proven relevant experience
- Strong project management skills; ability to work independently, problem-solve and do what it takes to complete a project on time
- Strong writing, communication, and people skills
Compensation and Benefits
- Salary 55-60K based on experience and location
- Full-time position
- Remote work with some in-person meetings
- Location flexible
Mission:Cure was founded in 2017 to find effective treatments and, ultimately, a cure for pancreatitis, an extremely painful, degenerative, and costly disease. Led by Megan Golden, a leader in innovative, outcome-based financing and Linda Martin, a veteran technology entrepreneur, Mission: Cure is pioneering a new funding model that creates new incentives for patient outcomes. We envision a world where…
Patients will be able to prevent or treat their disease so they are no longer in pain and live longer, healthier, more productive lives.
Scientists and Clinicians will have sufficient funding and support to pursue and succeed in their efforts to help patients and cure disease.
Healthcare Payers will invest in new treatments that improve patient and employer outcomes and reduce costly crisis care and ineffective treatments.
Healthcare Providers will have the time and resources (including data and multidisciplinary care) to work empathetically with each patient to accurately diagnose and treat their health conditions and optimize health outcomes and quality of life.
How to Apply
Email your resume, a cover letter explaining your interest in the position, and a writing sample to email@example.com.
Mission:Cure is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants of all races, religions, colors, sexes, ages, national origins, disabilities, sexual orientations, political affiliations, family statuses, and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Join the team that’s improving lives and changing the model for curing disease.