See Yourself Working to Cure Brain Tumors
National Brain Tumor Society unrelentingly invests in, mobilizes, and unites our community to discover a cure, deliver effective treatments, and advocate for patients and care partners.
Brain tumors don’t discriminate, and neither do we. At NBTS, we believe that fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion is critical to our goal of supporting members of the brain tumor community from all backgrounds and walks of life. That’s why we’re committed to an inclusive organizational culture, where our employees and our community feel valued and respected, whatever their gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or identity, education, disability, or life experiences.
NBTS provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.
Work With Us
Take the next step in your career at the National Brain Tumor Society, and join us as we work together to conquer and cure brain tumors — once and for all.
Our collaborative team of non-profit professionals is dedicated to serving the unique needs of the brain tumor community. We do this by advancing best-in-class medical research aimed at accelerating new treatments and cures, while working to unite our community and mobilize support, innovation, and advocacy to change the future for brain tumor patients and families.
We invite you to learn more about the career opportunities below.
The Assistant Director, Corporate Partnerships will report directly to the Assistant Chief Development Officer (ACDO) and serve in a frontline fundraising capacity as part of the Corporate Partnerships team. Experience in identification, solicitation and cultivation of high-level, regional and national sponsorship, and/or strategic corporate partnerships is required. Experience managing complex relationships within the Life Sciences and health care industry is a plus. The ideal individual will have the ability to exercise good judgment and professionalism in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication, organizational and relational skills, and the ability to balance multiple priorities. The individual must have the ability to work independently on projects, from conception to completion, and work under pressure to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion. The ideal candidate will also bring applicable experience in corporate engagement, fundraising, relationship management and/or sales.
Join a collaborative, and relentlessly results driven development team as we carry out our mission of conquering and curing brain tumors—once and for all. The Associate Director of Regional Development will oversee assigned regions (NJ/NY), projects, and Signature peer-to-peer events with an emphasis on donor and volunteer recruitment, engagement and management. This position works to ensure a positive volunteer experience through appropriate recruitment, recognition, retention and succession. There is a strong emphasis placed on developing a diverse volunteer leadership group.
Reporting to the CSDO, the Associate Director manages mission-critical enterprise-level project processes that require complex collaboration between a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders. Projects will span organizational programmatic areas, which seek to defeat brain brain tumors through cutting-edge treatment development initiatives, connect patients and care partners to the resources needed to navigate their diagnosis, and change the healthcare landscape through public policy advocacy. The Associate Director will be instrumental in each stage of the project lifecycle, from initiation and planning to ensuring successful deliverables and producing final retrospective project reports.
The Controller is a critically important position to carry out the financial responsibilities of National Brain Tumor Society including all accounting operations at NBTS. This includes day-to-day revenue transaction processing, ownership of the month-end close, and ownership of the annual audit and tax filings. In addition, the Controller works with the CFO to analyze the results of operations in relation to the budget and forecasts. This role works with others to develop policies and procedures that are effective, efficient, flexible, and scalable. The Controller will ensure that policies and procedures are followed, allowing for proper and timely recording of transactions. This position interfaces and collaborates with many areas of the organization and is instrumental in helping the organization.
Join a collaborative team of creative engagement and experience-focused marketing and communications professionals and dedicated team as we carry out our mission of conquering and curing brain tumors—once and for all. Reporting to the senior director of communications, you will serve as lead writer and editor for the organization. Our resident wordsmith, you will craft and refine a wide range of content types, from marketing copy and program description to feature articles, video scripts, and presentation content. As the keeper of our editorial style guide, you are a meticulous and detail-oriented grammarian with a commitment to quality and engagement above all else. You are audience-focused and are energized by a plate full of diverse projects that cross all digital and print platforms.
NBTS strives to ensure we have a workplace that embraces diverse viewpoints, backgrounds, cultures and experience. NBTS provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.