Do you want professional and personal advancement? Can you work collaboratively with a diverse team of people? Do you want to make a difference in the fight against cancer?

If you answered yes to all of the above, apply today and let’s beat cancer together!
Current openings
Breast Cancer Research Team

Study Coordinator

The role holder will work closely with the Study Manager to conduct a new study that investigates the role of diet in reducing the risk of breast cancer among Malaysian women.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Recruit, manage, and coordinate research participants.
  • Perform study protocols in a detailed and accurate manner.
  • Administer patient questionnaires and collate results in a central database.

The ideal candidate would be:
  • A degree-holder in Science or relevant disciplines (e.g. Biomedical Science, Psychology, Nutrition).
  • Meticulous in carrying out research protocols.
  • Able to maintain high levels of accuracy.

Ability to speak Mandarin would be an advantage, but is not required.
Familial Team

Project Manager (NPC)

The role-holder will work closely with and report to the Principal Lead Investigator for Project SNiFlE, as the key facilitator for the successful implementation of the project.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Recruit patients and relatives for project SNiFlE.
  • EBV screening management.
  • Planning, facilitating, and maintaining comprehensive project documentation.
  • Working with external stake-holders and collaborators.
  • Securing funds for project sustainability.
  • Planning, coordinating, and monitoring execution of PR activities.

The ideal candidate would be:
  • Educated to degree level with at least 3 years of working experience.
  • Experienced in project management.
  • Possesses own mode of transport for work-related travel.
Experience and skills in working with different stakeholders, particular Ministry of Health, would be an advantage.
Head and Neck Cancer Team

Project Manager (Clinical Research and Business Development)

The role-holder will be the key facilitator for the successful implementation of Project MeMoSa, which will enable the early detection of oral cancer through the use of a mobile app.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Identifying and working with stakeholders to plan, coordinate, and execute the project to meet set milestones.
  • Managing the financials, timelines, project deliverables, and resources.
  • Working with external stakeholders and collaborators to establish and develop the business strategy for MeMoSa.
  • Performing risk management analysis and reporting to minimise project-related risks.

The ideal candidate would be:
  • A degree holder with relevant project management experience.
  • Minimum of 5 years of working experience.
  • Strategic thinker with strong leadership, resourcefulness, and able to form strategic partnerships with related stakeholders and businesses.
Experience in healthcare business development and running clinical trials would be strong advantages.
Communications & Development Team

Donor Relations Manager

The role-holder will be responsible for increasing the income for the organisation from individual and mid-level donors by identifying various effective and donation-driven channels.

This is a new position within the department

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Expanding and growing income through effective fundraising channels.
  • Keeping donor retention rate by executing impactful donor’s retention programmes.
  • Donor recruitment, donor management, retention operation, and process.
  • Identifying opportunity and execute plan for income growth.
  • Ensuring business continuity and succession planning are in place.

The ideal candidate would be:
  • A degree-holder in Business Studies, Social Science, Arts, or similar qualification.
  • Minimum 5 years of working experience in Marketing, Business Development, or similar.
  • Good project management and strong presentation skills.
Experience in fundraising would be an advantage.
Finance, Human Resource, and Admin

Senior HR Executive

The role-holder will be responsible for the full spectrum of human resource.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Recruitment, benefit, and performance management.
  • Handle internship programme.
  • Payroll processing, including generation of payroll report, salary disbursement, and payments to statutory bodies.
  • Maintaining HR operation-related policies and procedures.
  • Organising and leading staff activities to foster good working relationship amongst employees.

The ideal candidate would be:
  • A degree/diploma holder in Human Resource Management or equivalent.
  • Mininum of 5 years in a related field.
  • Good verbal and written command of English.
  • Passionate to work in an NGO environment.

Malaysian Patient Navigation Programme
The mission of the Patient Navigation Programme is to develop a structured programme for addressing barriers faced by cancer patients in accessing care. In the short term, this will include the development of a decision aid, which is an educational tool to help patients make decisions regarding their care (e.g. choice of surgery, when to have treatment, etc.). In the long term, we aim to train and deploy patient navigators/breast care nurses in collaboration with established cancer treatment centres to assist patients in their journey through breast cancer.

The vision of this Patient Navigation Programme is to improve Malaysian cancer patients’ survival and quality of life by reducing the barriers that they face in accessing care.

Nurse Navigator

The role holder will be responsible for helping and supporting breast cancer patients and their families in navigating and accessing healthcare services, providing support and services in addressing barriers to health resources, and monitoring the follow-up care of the patients. The navigator will be working within a clinical team of healthcare professionals at hospital-based patient navigation centres to ensure breast cancer patients complete their diagnostic and treatment protocols.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Providing patient support.
  • Resource utilisation – coordinating services to assist patients with their basic needs, ensuring that they complete their diagnosis and treatment on time.
  • Maintaining proper patient file documentation and preparing reports as and when required.


The ideal candidate would be someone who:
  • Has had nursing training, with a valid annual practising nursing license.
  • Has a positive attitude towards a wide and diverse range of patients.
  • Is adaptable to different demands and stressful situations, and is able to analyse and resolve problems associated with patient barriers.
  • Is able to travel to state/national agencies and voluntary organisations to submit and follow-up on the application, appeal, and progress on behalf of the patients.


It would be an advantage if the candidate has had prior training in oncology.