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Who are we looking for?

Our team is growing and we’re looking for people who are:


Like all of us at Last Mile Health, you believe that no one should die because they live too far from healthcare. Read our full culture code to learn more about our values.


You are ready to tackle challenges in order to advance our collective work. Periods of growth and change at the organization mean that no two days might be the same, but you are always ready to roll up your sleeves and get the work done.


You care deeply about this work, so you are ambitious and achievement-oriented. You also appreciate the opportunity to learn from others across the organization, as well as share your experience and skills with your colleagues.


You know how to work across teams and time zones to meet deadlines and achieve ambitious goals. You can be both a leader and a team player, and understand that we can go further in our mission when we work together.


You want more than just a paycheck; you are looking for a job with like-minded people who are passionate about changing the systems that perpetuate inequity in healthcare. Bonus points if you can do this work with a sense of humor.

Sound like you?

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Employee Testimonials

“Last Mile Health embraces a culture of humility, honesty, and learning. The organizational environment allows staff to take risks, to try new things and to be open about our challenges and successes. We embrace new ideas, challenge old norms and find ways to think outside the box while solving one of the toughest challenges today- bringing health care to the most remote areas of the world.”

Mallika Raghavan
Deputy Chief Program Officer, employee since 2014
New York, US Office

“Last Mile Health cares deeply for the people it serves. It goes to every length to provide primary healthcare services to people living in remote communities.”

Ben Grant
Director of Programs, employee since 2011
Monrovia, Liberia Office

“I am motivated by Last Mile Health’s commitment to bridge the health inequity gap. I continue this work because I know that I am contributing to a worthwhile endeavor.”

Savior Flomo Mendin
County Manager, employee since 2015
Grand Bassa, Liberia Office

“I was provided an opportunity to take courses for professional development. I admire that Last Mile Health provides avenues for career growth. If you want to learn and grow in your career, then Last Mile Health is the place to be.”

Nowai Gray
Continuing Clinical Education Coordinator, employee since May 2018
Monrovia, Liberia Office

“Last Mile Health is full of passionate and engaged people making bold commitments and doing all it takes to make them a reality.”

Carla López Castañeda
Technical Coordinator, Health Financing, employee since 2018
New York, US Office

Benefits at Last Mile Health

Last Mile Health offers a generous benefits package to all employees, including medical and
other health insurance, paid time off, retirement, and a host of supplemental benefits. These
benefits vary across geography according to market expectations and local labor laws.

Health is Wealth

Great health insurance plans for you and your family, along with emergency evacuation and life insurance policies.

Save for Retirement

Retirement options with a 3% employer match, varying by location.

Flexible Vacation Time

Significant paid time off, sick leave, and approximately one week office closure at the year’s end.

Build Your Skills

Access to a range of technical and leadership development opportunities.

Equipped for Excellence

Access to the technology and resources needed to do your job.

Families Welcome

All moms and dads get generous paid leave when they deliver or adopt.

Peace of Mind

Counselling and resilience services to help our staff thrive in the midst of challenges.

Our Commitment to Equity
& Transparency in Compensation

At Last Mile Health, we strive to reward our employees equitably and transparently. This means that we pay our employees based on a clear and consistent methodology and without regard to identity or personal relationships. We have made this model fully transparent, so that everyone has access to all information related to compensation. The only private component of our compensation model is what individual employees earn. 

If you are an employee at Last Mile Health, we hope this helps you understand your compensation. If you are a job candidate, we hope this helps you better understand Last Mile Health’s values and commitments to our employees. If you are a human resources professional or leader in the social sector, we hope you will take any ideas from here that you find valuable and use them in your own organization to join us in advancing pay equity and transparency.

Learn more about our approach to compensation and how compensation works in each of the countries where we operate:




Ghana  |   Ethiopia      Liberia   |   Malawi   |   Sierra Leone   |   United States

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion at Last Mile Health

At Last Mile Health, we are committed to creating an inclusive and equitable environment for all members of our community by embracing diverse voices and removing barriers caused by social injustice and inequality. Our commitment to these values extends throughout our community: from our staff to our partners, peers, and the communities we work with. Learn more about our ongoing work in diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Last Mile Health is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics. Want to know more? See here.

Employer of National Service

We know our employees grow as individuals and leaders when they volunteer in the community. The same holds true for alumni/alumnae of National Service. That’s why we’re committed to being an Employer of National Service and to provide special consideration for applicants who are alumni/alumnae of AmeriCorps and/or the Peace Corps.

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FAQs for Prospective Employees

What is the process for applying for a position at Last Mile Health?

    • Step 1: Review the open positions page to choose an opportunity that best fits your skills and experiences.
    • Step 2: Get your resume ready! To be considered for a position, apply directly through the website using the instructions outlined in the job posting. You’ll receive an automatic reply to confirm that we’ve received your application.
    • Step 3: Once you have submitted your application through the website, our People Operations team will reach out with a screening questionnaire if we are interested in learning more about your background and experience. Your application and questionnaire will be shared with the hiring team, who will identify candidates for interviews.
    • Step 4: Should your application be chosen for further vetting by the hiring team, you may be asked to participate in two to three additional interviews. You will also have the opportunity to complete a skills assessment that mimics responsibilities and projects that are a key part of the position for which you applied.
    • Step 5: As a final step, you will be asked to share professional references who our hiring team will contact. If you are a US citizen, you will also be asked to participate in a general background check before hiring can be confirmed.

Note: We review applications on a rolling basis, so we encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible. 

What is the best way to follow up on my application?

We are grateful to the numerous qualified individuals who are interested in working with us, which creates a competitive selection process. Although we receive many applications, we take the time to review each application thoroughly. While we are reviewing each application, you may experience a brief gap in communication. Every candidate will receive a status update on their application and People Operations will be in contact if more information regarding your application is needed.

If you have been invited to participate in a skills assessment or interview, and you have any questions, please reach out to your recruiter on our People Operations team.

How does Last Mile Health conduct interviews?

Most interviews at Last Mile Health are conducted by video conference to allow for flexibility for both staff and the candidate. When there is a request for an in-person interview, People Operations will work closely with the candidate to ensure the cost of travel is covered.

What qualities do we look for in a strong candidate?

Our staff have a diverse range of experiences, skills, and backgrounds. However, all of our staff share the following key competencies: mission and values alignment, technical ability, growth mindset, sector knowledge and understanding, and potential for growth. Our staff understand the critical need of our work and are motivated to solve problems, and are willing to wear many different hats.

Are all jobs open to both international and national candidates?

Positions at Last Mile Health are generally open to candidates based on the candidate’s ability to work in the country where the position is located. A small number of roles are open to international candidates, for whom Last Mile Health would support in accessing work authorization and the appropriate visa/residency status. If a role is open to international candidates, that will be stated on the job posting. National candidates (applicants who are citizens/residents of the country in which a job is located) are encouraged to apply for any position located in their country for which they meet the criteria.

Do you sponsor US visas for international applicants?

We generally do not sponsor US visas for international applicants. Visas for positions based in other countries are considered on a case-by-case basis.

Are you looking for volunteers or interns?

All available positions are currently listed on our open positions page. We will post additional full-time, practicum, consultant, and internship opportunities as they become available. We do not accept unsolicited internship or volunteer inquiries or applications at this time.

If you are interested in supporting our work, the best way to get involved is to fundraise in support of our life-saving programs or to take the Community Health Academy’s first leadership course, Strengthening Community Health Worker Programs to Deliver Primary Healthcare, on the edX platform.

Do you conduct informational interviews?

We conduct informational interviews on a case-by-case basis; however, we do not have the capacity to respond to all informational interview requests at this time. To ensure a fair and equitable selection process, we do not allow managers to perform informational interviews for positions in which they are directly hiring. 

To learn about our work and organizational history, review our story, what we do, where we work, and our organizational values and connect with us on social media (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter).

What is Last Mile Health’s culture and work environment?

We have offices in Liberia, Malawi, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, and the United States, as well as some staff working remotely around the world. Although we are geographically separated, we are all linked together by our unique culture and traditions, including our shared values and beliefs.

We asked some of our staff to describe the working culture and environment in one word, and the responses included: “collaborative,” “dynamic,” “fast-paced,” “engaging,” “high performing,” “informal,” “team-focused,” “flexible.”

At Last Mile Health, we pride ourselves on being innovative thinkers that continuously engage different perspectives to find solutions. Because our work addresses a critical need, we work quickly and set ambitious goals for ourselves, as individuals and as an organization. If this is an environment where you see yourself thriving, we encourage you to apply. 

Does Last Mile Health promote professional development?

Yes, we believe deeply in the importance of professional development for our employees. All staff are required to work in conjunction with their manager to develop annual performance goals, including personalized professional development goals. Additionally, we support staff to improve their skills and knowledge through our Teachers and Learners Fund, which provides monetary support for staff to participate in a variety of professional development activities approved by their manager.

What other opportunities are there for working in community health?

Looking for additional opportunities to work in the community health space? View open positions with Community Health Impact Coalition member organizations, who are committed to catalyzing the adoption of high-impact community health systems to advance universal health coverage.

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