Jobs Archive - RIP Medical Debt


RIP Medical Debt empowers donors to relieve billions in oppressive medical debt. We've helped 5,492,948 people so far— and we're just getting started. Want to help? Join the team.


Communications Manager

Program Management

The Communications Manager will be a member of the Program Management Department and primarily responsible for the development and implementation of the organization’s external communications strategy, ensuring coordination and consistency across departments. Job functions include coordination, drafting, editing, reviewing, and managing outbound communications. The Communications Manager will help shape RIP’s external voice and ensure it is reflected in all outward-facing materials while taking into account a variety of target audiences. This person will manage a variety of initiatives, including marketing strategies and the development of internal collaboration structures and protocols. 

Major Gifts Officer

Development Department

The Vice President, Major Gifts will be responsible for identifying, cultivating, qualifying, and soliciting leadership donors to raise significant revenue for RIP Medical Debt. Reporting to the President/CEO this individual will oversee all aspects of our major giving program and will coordinate with a well-established outsourced fundraising program, which includes a consultant holding the role of Vice President of Development.

Provider Partnership Support Manager

Debt Operations Department

The Provider Partnership Support Manager supports the direct provider debt acquisition process by reviewing provider financial assistance policies and collaborating with the Business Process Manager to customize provider feedback. They will work closely with and will report directly to the Vice President, Hospital Relations. Ideal candidate must demonstrate the ability to think critically, problem solve, and communicate clearly in a collaborative environment. They must have a strong interest in the organization’s mission.


Public Policy Department

The Analyst position will work with the VP of Public Policy to help craft RIP’s policy agenda and strategy, implement key activities such as research and writing policy briefs, responding to press inquiries, attending coalition meetings and supporting advocacy efforts. In addition, this role will work closely with departmental peers including our Program Manager, Constituent Services who leads story collection and our Program Manager, Community Engagement who implements our community-based strategies. In this role, the analyst will help build interdepartmental connections to ensure seamless efforts to achieve our mission and promote long term policy change to end medical debt.