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Boston-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which provides international leadership in groundbreaking prostate cancer programs in research, education, awareness, reducing health disparities and advocacy, seeks a detail-oriented Patient Educator for a groundbreaking Prostate Cancer Equity Program (PCE Program) in Massachusetts. 

We are looking for a candidate with strong and effective oral and written communication skills, and proven track record in in men’s health education and building related successful long-term partnerships, and strong commitment to reducing health disparities in Black, Hispanic and Latino men. Experience in public education and basic understanding of medical terminology is required. 

The Patient Educator plays an important role in expediting enrollment of men in the PCE Program and supporting them during their medical journey. This role includes – 

  1. Development and implementation of a strategy for the coordinated outreach to high-risk individuals, including building and/or leveraging a network of the leaders of the community, advocacy, faith-based and other organizations;
  2. Serving as the Ambassador of the PCE Program during public educational events and encouraging men to seek high quality prostate cancer care;  
  3. Supporting and empowering men’s interactions with clinical experts. This includes encouraging men to address any questions or concerns they may have before and after clinical visits to clinical experts;
  4. Working closely with the PCE Coordinator who provides logistical and administrative support; 
  5. Collaborating with multiple PCE Program’s Community Coordinators located across Massachusetts.

This role does not include clinical responsibilities, including but not limited to, collecting private and confidential medical information, and/or providing advice on the options in patient care. 

Requirements Include:
  1. Demonstrated leadership skills, including building trust, extensive networks and long-term partnerships with Black, Latino and Hispanic communities;
b)   Strong oral and written communication skills (in person, via phone and email);
c)   Familiarity with medical terminology related to men’s health;
d)   Ability to work independently and as an effective team member; and
e)   Must be eligible to work in the United States. 
f)    Bachelor’s degree or equivalent is required.

Renumeration is negotiable and commensurate with the demonstrated experience and skills.

To apply: Please send a resume and three references and cover letter explaining why you are the ideal candidate for our exciting, fast-paced program – to Leona Martin (