We are currently accepting qualified applicants for the follow positions:
MedGlobal’s Advocacy Coordinator gives voice to the mission of our organization in efforts to achieve policy-related goals and objectives through direct advocacy with the U.S. government. This position coordinates closely with program staff, issue leads, and communications staff to craft and carry out advocacy initiatives on MedGlobal’s priority issues.
The Communications Manager will be responsible for developing the organizational communications program. The ideal candidate will possess a hybrid experience of communications, social media management, brand management and marketing development to execute all programming and related campaigns and eventually build and manage a team.
Development & Grants Coordinator
The Fundraising & Development Coordinator will be responsible for managing and implementing all fundraising & development efforts to support the organization’s goals and mission. He/She will research and identify a diversified range of funding sources to ensure long-term income sustainability, including governmental, corporate and private foundations grants.
This position reports to the President and works very closely with the fundraising committee.
We are looking for an individual obsessed with organization,
documentation, communication and logistics. The ideal
candidate expects to review emails 24/7, responding
thoughtfully and with a sense of urgency. Before starting the
role, the candidate should be familiarized with current
MedGlobal missions. Supplemental training will be provided,
however please note a quick study and an eagerness for
learning will be critical to the success of this role. For
short-term medical missions, MedGlobal Volunteer
Coordinator should work closely with mission leader to help
include volunteers with specific credentials required for each
MedGlobal is an international medical non-profit organization providing health services to people in need, including refugees and displaced persons, in disaster and underserved regions. The organization is composed of medical and public health volunteers of diverse backgrounds.