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.


Global Communications Director

The Strategic Communications team contributes to achieving MNM’s ambitious goal by elevating the malaria narrative in key markets – U.S., India, target African countries – to engage and educate a new generation of leaders; activating champion voices to energize the malaria fight and reinforce political leadership; and, expanding partner capacity, engagement and effectiveness. The Global Communications Director will play a lead role in raising awareness and creating a sense of urgency and momentum to encourage and reinforce policy maker commitments to ending malaria within a generation. They also will be responsible for aligning global partners to create a clear, consistent and positive narrative for malaria and, increasing partner capacity, engagement and effectiveness. Their work will support strategic outreach to donor and malaria-affected government, NGO and private sector audiences.

Advocacy Associate

The Advocacy Associate directly supports the day-to-day operations and work of the Policy and Advocacy Team. The Advocacy Associate will perform various tasks as needed by the policy and advocacy team including, but not limited to, research on malaria, global health and foreign policy, logistical support for travel, assistance with expenses, and other special projects. This is an excellent opportunity to develop research and writing skills while gaining a comprehensive understanding of the nonprofit sector.


Executive Assistant

Malaria No More is looking for an Executive Assistant to support the day-to-day administrative needs and activities of MNM's leadership team and the Finance and Operations team. This is an excellent opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the nonprofit sector while applying exceptional administrative skills. This dynamic and challenging position requires a highly motivated individual with the ability to adapt to the highs and lows of a fast-paced, small office environment and who can manage multiple tasks and responsibilities. As the Executive Assistant will, at times, work with high profile individuals (or their assistants), the role requires maturity and discretion, great attention to detail, a strong work ethic, and a high level of professional administration and communication skills.   


Winter/Spring 2018 Development Intern

MNM's internship program offers full-time and part-time internships for 3 to 6 months at our office in Seattle, WA. We welcome student interns, particularly those with an interest in public health or international development. Our internship is unpaid. We are currently recruiting for Winter/Spring 2018.