Outreach Coordinator

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Do you have a passion for our mission and time to give? Do you like the idea of meeting, collaborating and creating partnerships with businesses and other individuals? We could use your help! We are looking for someone to help us make connections with like-minded organizations, medical professionals and businesses for advocacy, patient resources and fundraising.

The Outreach Coordinator will contact organizations that can benefit both them and the Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery (AiRS) foundation by building relationships with that are devoted to:

  • Helping women with breast cancer, BRCA+ or other genetic mutations
  • Nonprofit agencies, healthcare institutions, and medical professionals committed to reconstructive surgery post mastectomy.

Outreach activities will result in joint partnerships that will help to increase the awareness of the AiRS Foundation for those who will ultimately benefit from the emotional and financial support that AiRS can provide.

Examples of Responsibilities

  • Identify prospective organizations and community organizations to form mutually beneficial partnerships
  • Build ongoing relationships with local and national nurse and patient navigators, care coordinators and case managers
  • Participate in selected community events that are educational, engaging and promote the mission of AiRS
  • Manage the distribution of printed materials
  • Maintain database of organization they have reached out to and partners organizations
  • Participate in relevant training to improve the Outreach program
  • Provide consistent communication and collaboration with AiRS staff members
  • Set and implement annual goals
  • Provide a monthly update of activities
  • Participate in monthly Zoom meetings


  • Excellent interpersonal skills; including writing and public speaking
  • Project management, organizational, and time management
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects related to the Outreach program
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with AiRS Staff, Interns and Volunteers
  • Proficient in advanced computer and technology


  • Preferred experience working with or volunteering for a non-profit with higher level responsibility
  • Experience directing Outreach efforts for 501(c)nonprofits.
  • Exhibit high ethical and professional standards; Understands and adhere to HIPAA laws

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About AiRS Foundation


3401 LEE PKWY, Suite 1504, DALLAS, TX 75219, US

Mission Statement

To be a resource and a support system for the women who have had mastectomies as a result of breast cancer or BRCA+ genetic mutations, educating them on reconstruction options, and ultimately assisting them with the cost of reconstructive surgery


The Foundation works in partnership with physicians in the United States, providing the resources necessary to make this surgery an option for women who would not otherwise have access to breast reconstruction. We partner with health care providers, health care centers and other groups to promote this service.

Want to give back? It only takes a little time do a lot of good. AiRS’s volunteer programs offer multiple ways you can get involved.

Patient Outreach and Advocacy
Event Planning
Data entry, research, organization support


Health & Medicine
Health & Medicine, Seniors, Women


Thu Dec 21, 2023 - Wed Mar 20, 2024


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Public Relations
  • Technical Writing
  • Reading / Writing
  • Community Outreach
  • Project Management
  • Public Speaking




  • Must be at least 18
  • Variable

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