We strive to create an environment of collaboration, learning and growth.  At VillageReach, you have the opportunity to support, lead and manage global health innovation from the ground up.  Our employees represent highly diversified expertise spanning public health, law, business development, marketing, finance, mobile communications, and software development.

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To view full job descriptions and to apply, please visit our jobs management web site here.

Candidates with relevant backgrounds will be contacted directly via applications received through our jobs management web site.

Finance and Administrative Assistant: We are seeking a Finance & Administrative Assistant for our Seattle headquarters office.  This is a non-exempt, 40 hour per week position reporting to the Finance & Operations Director.  The position interacts with all departments and staff, and works closely with the Communications and Development Manager. Learn More and Apply

Software Development Engineer: This Software Development Engineer (SDE) will be part of a small development team that will develop and support VillageReach supported platforms.  As such, the SDE will need to be able to work independently and handle a variety of responsibilities ranging from software development to production engineering.  This position will work primarily on our ODK Scan project.   Learn More and Apply

Technology Manager: Will help lead and support The Information Systems Group (ISG);  responsible for designing and deploying management information systems to improve supply-chain operations and enable robust data collection and reporting in the most challenging of environments.   Learn More and Apply

Global Health Corps Fellowship

Global Health Corps is building a community of committed leaders who share a common belief: Health is a human right. GHC provides opportunities for talented individuals from diverse backgrounds to work in positions of high impact in year-long, paid fellowship positions. Fellows engage in training, professional development and thoughtful community-building, and continue to draw upon their fellowship experience and the GHC alumni network throughout their careers.

Fellows work in pairs – one international fellow and one local fellow from the placement country – creating a fellowship team that is a central part of the fellowship experience.

We’re currently looking for two Pharmacy Training Project Officers in Malawi. Learn more & apply