Compensation Type: Annual salary
Job Type:
Full Time

Pay Range: $75,00-$85,000 depending on experience
Organization's Mission: HealthTree is a global nonprofit organization uniting patients and researchers through cutting-edge technology to work together on curing diseases.
Founded to improve the outcomes and lifespan of patients with blood cancers and ultimately find a cure, HealthTree provides lifetime personalized support and education, meaningful patient-to-patient connections, and a powerful patient data portal.
This way, HealthTree can transform patients and caregivers into active contributors in driving lifesaving breakthroughs.

Thanks to a deep trust established with HealthTree’s patient community, the organization can provide continually updated, real-world patient data to researchers which proves invaluable in delivering extraordinary care
Organization's Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Statement and Work: HealthTree Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit and Company needs. Creating an inclusive and professional environment where employees feel comfortable, safe, and free from inappropriate and disrespectful conduct is one of the Company’s core values. HealthTree Foundation does not discriminate against (in any aspect of employment, including recruiting and hiring, job assignment, compensation, opportunities for advancement, promotion, transfers, evaluation, benefits, training, discipline, and termination), nor does it tolerate harassment by any person, including, co-workers, supervisors, and third parties, on the basis of the following Protected Characteristics:
● In Utah: race, color, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, pregnancy-related conditions, age (40 and older), religion, national origin, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation (actual or perceived), and gender identity
Position Summary: The Regional Community Manager is a newly created position at the HealthTree Foundation, designed to build a cohesive strategy and structure for HealthTree’s regional Communities.
HealthTree currently has six geographic chapters functioning in different capacities within the U.S. We plan to divide the country into six regions and replace the current chapters with regional Communities that represent the needs of the myeloma patients within that geographical area.

Volunteer leaders will lead the
Communities. Committees within each regional Community will be created to maximize efficiency and impact.

We are currently repositioning these regional Communities to work in partnership with HealthTree to:
• Reach all myeloma patients (with an emphasis on reaching Black, Spanish, rural, and elderly) with the end goal of patients joining HealthTree Cure Hub, our digital patient data platform

• Raise money to support myeloma research through peer-to-peer fundraising events and identify donors in their communities.

HealthTree will support these Communities by providing strategic guidance regarding:
• Leading and operating a Community
• Educating and supporting patients
• Designing a community outreach program for all local oncology and academic center clinics
• Encouraging patients to participate in research
• Creating peer-to-peer fundraising programs and events
Primary Responsibilities: Management & Operations
• Develop a Community Charter, Training Program for Community Volunteer Leaders, and handbook.
• Create an Operational Plan with deliverables for each Community.
• Create a quarterly reporting structure for each Community.
• Lead, manage, and inspire volunteers from diverse backgrounds.
• Oversee the creation of Community support documentation and
• Train the Community leaders to manage all Community volunteers to
ensure that the goals (of reaching patients and fundraising) of each of the
Communities are met annually
• Build operational goals, plans, and metrics to track progress toward goals
• Assess metrics to measure growth and progress and re-evaluate as

Education and Support
• Work with the Community Leaders to define the education and support
needs of the Community.
• Partner with internal HealthTree resources to deliver content and/or help
the Community plan content and speakers.
• Create and execute a continued education plan to keep leaders educated on myeloma topics and HealthTree tools and programs

Reach all Patients
• With the support of the Outreach Coordinator, assist Community Leaders
in creating a plan to establish and build relationships with general
oncology and academic clinics within the region.
• Utilize Community volunteers to personally contact clinics and establish
relationships, share materials, etc.
• Help Community leaders and volunteers identify community and other partnerships for outreach, education, and fundraising opportunities.
• This could include attendance at Health Fairs, completing in-services at a community clinic, local support groups, etc.

• Consult with and connect our Diversity Director with Community leaders to build customized support for the Black, Spanish-speaking and rural needs.
• Train regional Community leaders/volunteers in HealthTree’s REACH strategy in the African-American, Spanish-speaking, and rural communities
• Work with Communities to identify the specific needs and challenges in each community, especially as they pertain to education and support needs (i.e., access issues, treatment decision-making, clinical study inquiries, Black patient needs, Hispanic patient needs, etc.)

• Work with our Development Director in partnership with Communities to
create fundraising goals for each Community and plans to achieve the
• Partner with HealthTree to execute large fundraising events with growth
• Identify significant donor prospects in Community regions

• Work closely with the HealthTree Education Director, Patient Community
Director, and Development Director to execute educational and
community programs and fundraising initiatives.
• Identify growth opportunities to expand the number of Communities over
Desired Qualifications: 3-5 years in managing volunteers at a non-profit organization, with preference for direct experience in managing fundraising volunteers in a health-based organization
• 3 –5 plus years in working with development teams on the identification of new donors and the creation of sponsor program benefits and implementation of sponsor benefits
• Strong writing and presentation skills, especially in creative and persuasive areas
• Ability and enjoyment in working in a highly collaborative and creative environment
• Ability to travel several times a year to local fundraising and education event programs at each of the 6 Communities (a centrally located candidate is ideal)
• Experience in oncology is preferred
Benefits / Why Work With Us: HealthTree is an innovative, forward thinking non-profit.

This position provides opportunities to learn and collaborate and work with multiple teams within HealthTree providing a fun, fast paced work environment.
How to Apply: Email CV and letter of interest to: Rozalynn Hite-
Closing Date: Dec. 15, 2023
Location: Lehi, UT


Organization Website: Visit website
Contact: Rozalynn Hite
Phone: 801-897-4085