The American Lung Association is one of the nation's oldest voluntary health organizations. Founded in 1904 as the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis – dedicated to combating tuberculosis (TB), the most dreaded disease of the time. Now in our second century, the American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives, improve lung health and prevent lung disease.
Join Our Team
Join our team of dedicated and diverse professionals in making a difference in the lives of people living with lung disease. Whether you are just starting your career or you are an experienced professional, we invite you to explore career and/or internship opportunities with the American Lung Association.
- Web Developer – Application Support, IL
- Program Specialist - Tobacco Control Program Director, PA
- Program Manager - Phoenix, AZ
- Program Manager (DULMN #1516-35), MN
- Program Coordinator - Idaho, ID
- Part-time Development Associate (STP #1516-36), MN
- Office and Volunteer Coordinator, MI
- National Director, Individual Gifts, IL
- Manager, Community Engagement, CA
- Manager, Clean Air (SPI #1516-37), IL
- Intern, Special Events, WI
- Executive Director - Denver, CO
- Director of Air Quality and Transportation , CO
- Development Manager - Bakersfield, CA
- Development Intern (Summer & Fall 2015), NE
- Development Intern (Omaha, NE), NE
- Development Director - South Central, PA
- Development Associate (MO #1516-32), MO
- Coordinator, Health Education, CT
- Communications Manager, NY
Equal Employment Opportunity
The American Lung Association is committed to employ, in its best judgment, the most suitable candidates for approved positions while engaging in recruitment and selection practices that are in compliance with all applicable employment laws. We are an equal opportunity employer: women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
It is the policy of the American Lung Association to prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type and to provide equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants, without regard to their race, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, genetic predisposition or carrier status, or physical and/or mental disabilities, veteran status, or any other status protected by law. The American Lung Association will take affirmative action to employ, advance in employment and otherwise treat all individuals in the foregoing categories without discrimination in all employment practices. This policy applies in all Human Resources actions including recruitment, selection, evaluation, promotion, compensation and training.