Join Our Team

At Susan G. Komen North Carolina Triangle to the Coast, we know that every employee plays a role in furthering our promise to save lives and find the cures. That’s why we’ve worked so hard to create a workplace that attracts and retains a diverse group of passionate, committed and talented individuals. We offer competitive salaries, an employee-friendly workplace, and a comprehensive benefits package.

Position Opening – Executive Director

The Susan G. Komen North Carolina Triangle to the Coast Board of Directors seeks an experienced executive director to lead its dynamic affiliate. Komen’s next Executive Director will inherit an organization committed to a world without breast cancer. Leveraging the affiliate’s tremendous community of supporters, dedicated staff, and engaged board of directors, the new leader will be expected to build on past success in forging new collaborations and partnerships with donors, breast cancer survivors and thrivers (those diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer), researchers, physicians, and breast cancer care supporters. Click here to view the full position profile.

To apply, upload your cover letter, resume, references, and salary requirements to Applications are not complete and will not be considered without a cover letter, resume, references, and salary requirements. References will not be checked without prior approval. If you have any problems using the online portal, please email No phone calls, please.

Position Opening – Project Coordinator [part-time]

The Project Coordinator is responsible for the administration of a grant-funded two-year project, From Action to Impact: Improving Breast Cancer Care in NC Through Navigation and Collaborative Partnerships. The coordinator will support site locations, plan, take notes and follow-up for all project meetings. In addition, the coordinator will build community relationships in three regions in NC and will keep all key project partners on the agreed-upon timeline.

The coordinator will also ensure funder compliance by monitoring the direct services funds to a health care organization, serve as the point of contact for questions or concerns, and will work closely with the Research Director to oversee the success of the project. This position requires the ability to build strong relationships with community organizations and very strong communications and organization skills. Click here to view the full position description.

To apply, email a resume, cover letter, and references to Krista Park Berry, Acting Director at

Internship Opening – Marketing and Communications

The Komen NCTC Affiliate is seeking a Marketing and Communications intern.  The Development and Communications intern will be an integral part of the development team, helping to further the mission and promote the Affiliate’s upcoming Annual Triangle Race for the Cure which will be held in the RTP on Saturday, May 2, 2020. The intern will also support the team in executing strategies to increase engagement with local partners, media outlets, supporters, and other stakeholders across the Affiliate’s 29-county service area in central and eastern NC. Click here to view the full position description.

Undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in marketing and communications in the nonprofit sector are encouraged to apply. Recent graduates may also apply. The internship will begin in February 2020. Review of applications will begin January 15, 2020.

To apply, email a resume, cover letter, and 1-2 creative samples detailing your experience and interest to Krista Park Berry, Director of Development & Communications at

Komen is an Equal Opportunity Employer.