Career Openings at The Michael J. Fox Foundation
If you're looking for a job where you can make a difference in the lives of millions and are interested in working in the New York City area, consider making The Michael J. Fox Foundation part of your career plan. We look for talented individuals with a willingness to work hard and a passion to make real change. Sound like you? Consider applying to one of the current open positions on our Careers page, including:
The Publications Coordinator will work within the Communications team to oversee and execute the Foundation's various publications and marketing collateral needs. This role requires project management and print production experience, and is best suited for strong writers/editors and creative problem solvers.
The development of our aggressively funded research agenda and management of our research portfolio are driven by a team and advisors with both scientific and business expertise. Within the Research Programs team, Associate Directors play an important role by working closely and in partnership with other key internal teams to drive toward our organizational objectives.
Connect directly with the Parkinson's community and help strengthen the Foundation's presence in the Northeast through our fundraising and educational efforts. Advancement Officers are self-starters who have strong interpersonal skills and can work independently and collaboratively as part of a team.
Within the Marketing and Digital Strategies team, the CRM & Analytics Director will oversee all platforms in the Foundation's data ecosystem and analytical activities. This role requires someone who can apply their technical and strategic skills to continuously improve the efficacy of the CRM and its impact on Foundation operations.
These are only a few of our current open positions, which also include internship opportunities. No personal connection to Parkinson's disease is required. Check out our Careers page to learn more and apply today.
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