National Psoriasis Foundation

Career Opportunities

The National Psoriasis Foundation strives to attract, hire, train and promote quality individuals who have a proven ability to perform in a professional organization. The Psoriasis Foundation is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit.

It is the policy of the National Psoriasis Foundation to conduct its relations with employees and applicants without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, medical condition, disability, pregnancy, veteran status or any other protected classifications, except as permitted by law.


Internships


Community Development Manager, Seattle, Wash.

A national, nonprofit, voluntary health organization is seeking a seasoned volunteer development & fund raising professional to organize volunteers and execute walks and other fund raising and program initiatives in Seattle, Denver, and Salt Lake City areas. Responsibilities include cultivating and soliciting donors, sponsorships, and event participants; volunteer management including recruitment and training; and directing special events.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree or equivalent, five years of experience in non-profit development, management of volunteers, and event marketing. Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills, and able to work in a team environment. Competitive salary with excellent benefits. Work from your home office. Candidate should reside in Seattle, WA, metropolitan area. Position requires overnight travel. Please forward your resume with cover letter and salary requirements to Human Resources.

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Data Entry Clerk

A national, nonprofit patient advocacy organization located in Portland, Ore, is seeking a full time experienced Data Entry Clerk. Responsibilities include entering records, contact information, donations, and preparing reports and acknowledgment letters.

Requirements: Requirements include 2 + years of data entry and/or office administrative experience, accurate inputting, and excellent verbal and written communication skills. Raiser's Edge database and non-profit experience preferred. If you are organized, detail oriented, able to handle multiple tasks and keep sensitive information confidentia, please forward your resume with cover letter and salary requirements to Human Resources.

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Health Educator

A national, nonprofit patient advocacy organization located in Portland, Ore. seeks a team player to provide customer service and health information to patients via phone, e-mail and written correspondence. The Health Educator responsibilities include assisting patients from across the country with disease and treatment questions; referring patients to both internal and external resources to meet patient needs and interests; inputting information into patient contact database; providing daily coordination of both internet-based and printed educational tools and resources; and coordinating educational materials for community based events and local volunteer-led activities.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree required, preferably with concentration in health education/promotion, public health, or community health, with 2+ years related work experience. Excellent verbal and written communications skills, good attention to detail and multi-tasking skills are also necessary. Experience working with volunteers a plus. Please forward your resume with cover letter and salary requirements to Human Resources.

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Internships

Advocacy Internship

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How to apply

To apply for a position with the National Psoriasis Foundation, please forward a cover letter, resume and any job specific requirements to:

Please email your information to Human Resources at hr@psoriasis.org

National Psoriasis Foundation
Attn: Human Resources
6600 SW 92nd Ave., Suite 300
Portland, OR 97223

Fax: 503.245.0626

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Updated April 2015

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