“It comes down to us. We have the power to make an enormous difference.” – Christopher Reeve

When reflecting on the individuals who have paved the way for the millions of Americans living with paralysis, we naturally think of Christopher and Dana Reeve and their contributions to further our cause. But Christopher and Dana were not alone.

Thanks to the unwavering dedication of our stellar employees, we have entered a new era for the Reeve Foundation and created a workplace that is just as cutting-edge as the programs we support.

To attract and retain best-in-class talent, we believe that staff members need to be part of the Reeve Foundation mission and see the tangible impact their work has on the individuals we serve every day.

So, if you are interested in working with an organization that is fast-paced, innovative, and committed to cultivating the skills of its employees, consider joining our team – a team who is changing lives in the here-and-now.

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation celebrates diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply for open job positions regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, physical ability, marital status and other legally protected statuses.

Check out our open positions below and #JoinReeve to make a difference.

Chief Scientific Officer

The Chief Scientific Officer is tasked with developing a state-of-the-art research platform that will vet and enable new treatments and therapies for people living with spinal cord injuries.

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Racial and Health Equity Manager

Today, we seek a Racial and Health Equity Manager who will oversee the diversity and inclusion practices of the Reeve Foundation focusing primarily on its National Paralysis Resource Center (NPRC) initiatives and programs.

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Grants Associate, Quality of Life Grants Program

Today, we seek a Grants Associate who will be a key member of a three-person team and will act as the initial contact for grant applicants and assist in the day-to-day administrative functions of the Quality of Life (QOL) grants program through key aspects of the grant lifecycle.

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Meeting Planner

We seek a meeting planner whose primary responsibility will be to oversee the planning and execution of logistics, fundraising and recruitment for events both virtual and live including: Managing facility selection, contract negotiations, food and beverage, and transportation: Managing event platform, registration, and promotion of events, working to recruit presenters and handle presenter logistics, conducting reconciliations and making periodic report on activities costs.

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Student internships

The Reeve Foundation recruits interns for all semesters with applications due in July for fall, November for spring and April for summer opportunities.

Read more about student internships at the Reeve Foundation