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Your job will make a difference

The Colorectal Cancer Alliance’s mission is clear — to end colorectal cancer in our lifetime. Learn why the Alliance is a great place to work and view job listings below.

Two Alliance staff at retreat

Working at the Colorectal Cancer Alliance

Our mission is to empower a nation of allies who work with us to provide support for patients and families, caregivers, and survivors; raise awareness of preventive measures; and inspire efforts to fund critical research. 

When you join the Alliance, it is not an understatement to say YOU will be a part of a team responsible for saving thousands of lives and improving countless more.

The Colorectal Cancer Alliance is committed to providing a productive and professional environment in which volunteers and staff work together with mutual respect and appreciation of their diversity to achieve the mission of the organization. The Alliance believes it is important to be genuinely representative of the community we serve and the importance of creating programs, activities, and collateral materials that are culturally sensitive and responsive to all communities’ needs. This is essential to increasing colorectal cancer prevention and survivorship rates.

Furthermore, we strive for an inclusive environment where volunteers, staff, and others who support the Colorectal Cancer Alliance reflect the full diversity of people affected by colorectal cancer and feel welcome to share their talents, skills, and passions in pursuit of our mission.

Sound like something you want to be a part of? Then join us! View our current job listings below and apply today.

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Our core values

Our core values guide our decision-making and planning to power the critical colorectal cancer work we conduct nationwide.

The Colorectal Cancer Alliance's core values include the following:

  • We empower people.
  • We commit to focused impact.
  • We act with urgency.
  • We advance equity and access.
  • We are compassionate.

Benefits of working at the Alliance

With the flexibility to work remotely or at our office in Washington, D.C., the Colorectal Cancer Alliance maintains the mindset of connectedness, productivity, and work-life balance.

Flexible remote working

Generous PTO and sick leave

Paid floating holidays and birthday PTO

Week off between Christmas and New Year's Day

Summer Fridays

401k employee match program

Employee colonoscopy coverage

Domestic partner benefits

Opportunities for promotion

Full-time positions

Patient & Family Support Navigator

We are seeking a talented and hardworking individual to connect patients to resources in cancer care as a Patient & Family Support Navigator.

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Volunteer at the Colorectal Cancer Alliance

As a volunteer, you can make an impact right in your own community or from the comfort of your home.