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Healthcare can be faceless and overwhelming. But, a wave of patient-centered technology and services have begun to transform the way healthcare is accessed, distributed, and discovered. 

At Clara, we’re doing our part by building a platform that combines leading-edge technology and an empathetic patient focus, making it simple and approachable for patients and caregivers to find and connect to clinical trials that fit them best. 

In democratizing access to clinical trials for all patients from all backgrounds - while also helping research teams more efficiently reach out to and engage with the patients that they need to participate in their trials - we believe we can help make healthcare more diverse, open, and welcoming. 

If you want to work with driven teammates to help break down the barriers that exist in today’s healthcare landscape, and if you want to work on difficult, meaningful problems that millions are waiting for solutions to, we would love to talk to you.

This is a full-time remote role based in the United States

Overview

The Senior Manager, Patient Advocacy Partnerships will be responsible for managing patient advocacy and community partnerships at Clara Health. In this role, you will be responsible for managing existing partnerships with patient advocacy organizations and identifying new partner opportunities in key therapeutic areas of focus.

The ideal candidate for this role will have a background in building impactful partnerships that simultaneously fulfill community unmet needs and drive key business outcomes.

This position will report to the President and receive coaching and mentorship from the Lead Patient Advisor.

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with Lead Patient Advisor to set strategic plan and define and implement tactics for partnerships with patient advocacy organizations

  • Identify and nurture new relationships with patient advocacy organizations, community clinics, and relevant community based organizations to cultivate shared values and build bridges for collaboration

  • Foster and expand relationships with existing patient advocacy partners 

  • Craft and implement successful projects with partners that build brand awareness, increase engagement, foster trial enrollment, and promote diversity, equity and inclusion in clinical trials

  • Join client calls alongside Clinical Operations, Sales, and Marketing teams
  • Work collaboratively with Sales and Clinical Operations teams to define and execute collaboration opportunities with existing or new patient advocacy organizations and CBOs to drive client clinical trial awareness and enrollment

  • Represent Clara at patient-centric events

  • Provide strategic input and advice to Ambassador Program Manager

Qualifications

  • Minimum 3 years of experience working in a partnerships, community outreach, or business development role 

  • Ability to set and drive strategic partnership strategy with an eye towards connecting key business results with unmet community needs

  • Ability to work tactfully with sensitive and diverse populations

  • Demonstrated commitment to patient advocacy (and/or relevant lived experience) is a major plus
  • Experience in the healthcare sector is a plus

Benefits designed to support your health and wellness

  • Competitive compensation with meaningful stock options

  • Medical, Dental and Vision plans 

  • Pre-Tax commuter benefits

  • Weekly lunch

  • 401k offered through Human Interest

  • Contribution towards fitness membership plans

  • Free One Medical membership

  • Unlimited PTO and sick days

  • Quarterly wellness stipend

  • Professional development budget

Clara Health is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all applicants from every background and life experience. We celebrate diversity and do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.

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