The March of Dimes has been protecting the health of babies and children for more than 70 years. Our cutting edge research, innovative community services, education and advocacy programs help save babies’ lives. You can help, too. Join our committed staff and volunteers. Positions are available in our 51 chapters across the country, in our two regional offices and at our national office.
The March of Dimes values diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
We are a mission-driven organization with a strong local presence in all states plus Puerto Rico. The thousands of volunteers and businesses who partner with us are committed to our mission.
Our work sites are professional environments with diversity of staff, high integrity and ethics, strong technology support and excellent employee benefits. Work sites provide the ability to interact with high impact community volunteers regularly.
In 2009 and again in 2010 the March of Dimes Foundation received prestigious recognition from Working Mother magazine, which named March of Dimes in its 100 Best Companies list for its parent-friendly workplace and benefits.
We provide conferences, webinars, online training and one-on-one mentoring. We also have an internal job posting process to enable staff to learn and act on internal career opportunities. We provide relocation support for those staff members who are offered the opportunity to physically relocate.
Entry level positions at many of our work locations allow for career growth to leadership positions either within the location or at the state/chapter level, regional level or national level.
We offer employees various levels of health, financial and quality of life benefits. Our featured benefits package, determined by your employment status and tenure with the organization, includes:
The March of Dimes is a major nonprofit organization committed to improving the health of babies, by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. We have a rich legacy of success dating back to 1938 when our organization was founded by Franklin D. Roosevelt to defeat polio. Within 17 years, the Salk vaccine was developed with March of Dimes research funding. The March of Dimes became one of the few organizations to have defeated the threat it was established to fight. With 1,200 staff members committed to our mission in over 200 work locations throughout the United States, we engage with volunteers in communities across the country. Consider joining us in meeting our mission goals!