Think your skills are a good match for the Malaria No More team? Looking for a career in a fast-paced environment where you can make a real difference? See our current employment opportunities below.


Major Gifts Officer

The Major Gifts Officer will play an integral role in building and implementing Malaria No More’s major gifts strategy to support our ambitious fundraising and programmatic growth goals. As a member of the four-person development team, the Major Gifts Officer will manage an existing portfolio of 75-100 individuals while leading efforts to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward new donors with capacity to give $5-100k and support leadership efforts to attract gifts of $100k+. In addition, this role will support fundraising efforts with corporate partners, foundations, and institutions.

Communications Officer, Global Strategic Communications

Malaria No More’s Communications Officer will play a supporting role in raising awareness and creating a sense of urgency and momentum to encourage and reinforce policy maker commitments to end malaria within a generation. They also will be responsible for supporting MNM’s role within the RBM Partnership to End Malaria to align global partners to create a clear, consistent and positive narrative for malaria and increase partner capacity, engagement and effectiveness. Their work will support strategic outreach to donor and malaria-affected government, NGO and private sector audiences.

Development & Operations Associate

The Development & Operations Associate will support the administrative functions of the executive team and the day-to-day needs and activities of MNM’s fundraising and operations teams. This role requires maturity and discretion, great attention to detail, and a high level of professional administration and communication skills. This is an excellent opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the global health and nonprofit sectors while applying exceptional administrative skills.

State Technical Lead for Odisha

State Technical Lead will be responsible for the technical aspects of the state level malaria programs monitoring and ensuring high quality and timely inputs, and for ensuring that the project maintains its strategic vision and that its activities result in the achievement of its intended outputs in a cost effective and timely manner.