Careers & Internships

Innovations in Healthcare seeks to build a highly committed and collaborative staff with a diversity of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. For general employment inquiries or if you are interested in being considered for future employment, please contact Anna Koltchagova. For questions about student opportunities contact

Why work with us?

  • Our flat team operates in a very dynamic space and intellectually stimulating environment. We are collaborative and open to new challenges.
  • You will build relationships with awe-inspiring entrepreneurs focused on disrupting the old business models of healthcare service delivery.
  • The role gives opportunities and platforms to work with interesting and influential people at Duke and in the health sector in developed and emerging markets around the world.


  • Program Analyst (2 open positions)

    The Program Analyst will support and work closely with multifunctional teams (e.g. engagement, research and communications) across IiH and GHIC. This position helps grow and strengthen the Innovations in Healthcare network, implements and elevates our engagement model, drives support for a portfolio of healthcare innovators, and helps manage a host of innovator-focused projects, programs, events, and relationships. 

  • Senior Manager, Programs

    The Senior Manager, Programs will report to the Senior Director, Strategy, Management and Partnerships and work with all members of the team, supporting the planning, and delivery of all IiH/GHIC funded programs – research programs, customized capacity building and training programs, and events. IIH/GHIC programs focus on a broad range of topics, including, but not limited to, program assessment and strengthening and customized executive leadership and management training for a wide range of health professionals around the world. Specific topics will change according to IIH/GHIC needs.

  • Engagement Team Communications Intern (summer into 2019-2020 academic year)

    Innovations in Healthcare is looking for an energetic and creative communications intern to bring ideas and assist with material development for the Engagement Team. The Engagement Team sits at the heart of Innovations in Healthcare by sourcing new innovator organizations to join the network, onboard them, and keep in communication with them (and all other cohorts) throughout the year. You’ll start off at 40 hours a week during the summer and transition to 15-20 hours a week after the start of the academic year.

  • Communications Manager

    The Communications Manager will lead the development and implementation of both IiH and GHIC communications and outreach strategies. He/she is responsible for implementing the IiH and GHIC strategic communication plan by designing effective and innovative communications including original publications, articles, graphics, briefing materials, press releases, and employee messaging.  He/she will be responsible for day-to-day management of all communications needs across both organizations, including email marketing, social media, advertising, print publications, and management of websites and innovator platform. The Communication Manager will support the execution of large events, conferences, webinars and any other events hosted by IiH and GHIC. The Communications Manager will work closely with and primarily report into the Sr. Manager Business Development as well as collaborating with Programs team members in their areas of work.

  • Making More Health Venture4Change Youth Entrepreneurship Fellowship

    Under the supervision of the Innovations in Healthcare’s Africa Regional Director, the fellow shall work with the project partners to coordinate, plan and implement the project ensuring the successful achievement of the set project milestones.

    This is a 5-month fellowship and will be based in Nairobi, Kenya.