Help create “an epidemic of health”

The Institute for Integrative Health is always looking for talented, dedicated people who believe in the power of integrative health. A career with the Institute is an opportunity to blend your talents and personal values with a chance to make a difference in the well-being of individuals and communities.

From time to time, positions are available in community programming, communications, development, finance, education, and administrative support. Graduate assistantships may be available.


The Institute for Integrative Health is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We're an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Communications & Development Associate (Click to download the PDF description.)

A global pandemic and stubborn health disparities across our communities have highlighted the essential nature of integrative health and the ways in which the field explores and explains how multiple factors come together to affect the wellness of people and communities. A recognized, research-driven force in this field, the Institute for Integrative Health  is poised to increase its voice and advance knowledge and new approaches to health and wellbeing. Accordingly, the Institute is strengthening its communications, outreach, and development capacity. The  Communications and Development Associate, a newly created position, will support and report to the Senior Director of Strategic Communications and also support the Institute President and leadership team.     

Job Profile

The Development and Communications Associate is responsible for providing high-level administrative support to the Senior Director of Strategic Communications as well as to the Institute leadership.  The position will support internal and external communications activities and initiatives as well as the administrative needs of the President, including research and tasks related to development (fundraising) activities. The Communications & Development Associate works in close partnership with the Institute’s leadership to support strategies and activities that promote the organization’s impact, while increasing understanding of and support for an integrative health approach to wellness and healing.  (Click to download the PDF description.)


Jonas Salk, best known for developing the first successful Polio vaccine, spoke of creating “an epidemic of health.” The Institute aspires to that vision.