Join our team!
We are constantly seeking ambitious individuals who are passionate about making an impact. We invite you to explore our current openings below. Join us in driving more breakthroughs for children and their families battling cancer.
What does it mean to join our Team?
Our mission is to end childhood cancer by driving targeted and innovative research with measurable results in an accelerated time frame. You will directly contribute to improving outcomes for children affected by cancer. Your expertise will play a vital role in driving groundbreaking research for better treatment options. Together, we save kids faster.
We are committed to driving innovation in childhood cancer research funding. You will be encouraged to think outside the box and explore new avenues for innovation. Your ideas and contributions will play a pivotal role in advancing our mission and improving outcomes for children and their families.
At CureSearch, your personal and professional growth will always be valued. You will have access to educational resources, industry experts, and friendly and helpful teammates who are always willing to help expand your skills and knowledge in the field of childhood cancer, and beyond.
We understand the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance, especially in the challenging field of childhood cancer. We offer a supportive work environment that values your well-being. You will have the flexibility to care for yourself and your loved ones while making a meaningful difference in the lives of others.
We’re currently seeking an individual to join our Research & Programs team who will lead the department and work alongside best-in-class volunteer researchers and physicians from renowned academic institutions globally to set the scientific research agenda and direction for the organization. LEARN MORE »
We’re currently seeking an individual to join our Development team where you’ll partner with volunteer leaders to foster community relationships, drive fundraising event participation, and engage and support families impacted by cancer in an assigned region. LEARN MORE »