We have the following openings:
Senior Fellow: PhD or MD
Terrific opportunity for someone with a PhD or MD or similar doctorate who recently completed their degree or post-doc or wants to move into the policy arena. We are seeking an experienced professional with expertise in quantitative research who can interpret and “translate” research findings into compelling and persuasive information for the public, policy makers, and potential funders. A doctorate in epidemiology/public health, medicine, psychology, or closely related field is required. Grant-writing skills are a plus. $45,000-50,000/year for full-time work for candidate with a doctorate or medical degree for full-time work, plus benefits, with exact salary dependent on time commitment (must be at least 32 hours per week).
Fellow: An MPH or ABD
An MPH or ABD in epidemiology/public health, psychology, or closely related field is required. Other skills as described above. The starting salary is $35,000-40,000/year for a full-time position.
The ideal candidate for either position will be attentive to details, well-organized, dedicated to health issues, have excellent oral and written communication skills, and work well individually and as part of a team. These are part-time or full-time 6-month position (at least 32 hours/week), eligible for renewal or promotion after 6 months. You will work in a beautiful office a few blocks from the White House.
We will fill this position asap, so do not apply if you are not available soon. To learn more about us, check out www.center4research.org and www.stopcancerfund.org. No calls please. Please send your resume and cover letter describing how your interests and expertise fits our work as soon as possible to email@example.com. Include your available starting date and numbers of hours per week in your cover letter. Please note: this is not a telecommuting position.
The Lenora Moody fellowship offers a monthly stipend plus a public transportation subsidy for a 6-month commitment. This fellowship is for a graduate student or graduate who wants to focus on improving policies, screening, and prevention on the topic of women and lung cancer.
For more information or to apply, call 202-223-4000 or write us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Individuals interested in applying should send a cover letter, resume, and brief (2-3 pages) writing sample to the above email.
Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall Internships are available for undergraduate or graduate students and recent graduates, as well as professionals on sabbatical or making a career change. They must be available at least 16 hours/wk for at least 3 months. Most summer internships are at least 32 hrs/week.
Interns and fellows are usually not paid but are given a transportation subsidy to defray the costs of commuting to our office in Washington, DC, near the White House.
As an intern or fellow at the Cancer Prevention and Treatment Fund, you will learn to do one or more of the following:
- Scrutinize research and translate findings into easy to understand, user-friendly articles on cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and disease management.
- Work with coalitions and coordinate with cancer service providers, researchers, and advocates both nationally and locally in Washington, D.C.
- Educate opinion leaders and policy makers on issues relating to cancer prevention and treatment.
- Prepare press releases and other media materials to ensure the timely and accurate dissemination of information about cancer prevention and treatment and health policies.
- Manage social media to raise awareness about cancer prevention and treatment.
- Assist with all aspects of our annual Stop Cancer Now 5k Walk/Run and our Annual Foremother and Health Hero Awards luncheon at the historic Cosmos Club
- Research answers to questions sent to us through our Health Hotline.
In addition to assisting staff, interns may be permitted to develop and carry out their own projects, provided they further the Cancer Prevention and Treatment Fund’s mission.