Employment Opportunities

The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) is an international not-for-profit organization that provides global leadership to save and improve lives for people with hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders. Established in Montreal in 1963, the WFH works with national member organizations in 147 countries as well as through a network of international volunteers and healthcare providers to improve and sustain care for those living with inherited bleeding disorders around the world.

Bring your talent, drive and passion to our dedicated, multicultural team to continue the WFH's remarkable work! - Send your resume and cover letter to [email protected].


Vacant positions

Programs Manager

Report to: Head, Global Training Programs Type of position: Regular; full-time Location: Montreal Head office (downtown) / flexible remote Posting Date: September 3, 2021 Start Date: AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (mid October 2021 latest)


The WFH is seeking an exceptionally experienced, and results-oriented healthcare development professional as WFH Programs Manager to be responsible for developing, managing, and reporting for the following 3 key WFH world health programs: Women & Girls with Bleeding Disorders Initiative, Von Willebrand Disease Initiative, and Susan Skinner Memorial Fund Scholarship - with an emphasis on strategically growing this WFH portfolio of priority healthcare development programs and activities. Learn More >


Diagnosis and Patient Outreach Specialist

Report to: CEO Type of position: Part/full-time contractual Location: Remote or Montreal Head office (downtown) Posting Date: August 23, 2021 Start Date: AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (end of September 2021 latest)


The WFH is seeking a knowledgeable, highly motivated Specialist with demonstrable recent experience in outreach and/or diagnosis of patients – preferably in the developing world. The Outreach/Diagnosis Specialist will be responsible for determining the key barriers to patient identification and accurate diagnosis. After initially understanding and evaluating all current WFH programs in these fields, the Specialist will form a multi stakeholder task force that will publish a state-of-the-art report on how persons with inherited bleeding disorders can be identified and properly diagnosed in the next decade. Learn More >


Regional Manager – South Asia & East Asia

Report to: Director, Global Development Type of position: Full-time contractual Location: New Delhi, India (or other hub city in South Asia) Posting Date: August 17, 2021 Start Date: AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (early October 2021 latest)


Reporting to the Director, Global Development (at WFH Montreal headquarters), the Regional Manager (RM), South Asia & East Asia will be responsible for the development, management, and reporting of a designated portfolio of national country healthcare development programs, and for WFH-led world healthcare development activities in South Asia & East Asia. Learn More >


Education Specialist

Report to: Director, Research & Education Type of position: Part/full-time contractual Location: Montreal Head office (downtown) / COVID-19 home-based currently Posting Date: August 10, 2021 Start Date: AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (early September 2021 latest)


The WFH is seeking a highly motivated, and technically-knowledgeable self-starter to act as EDUCATION SPECIALIST - contractual (initial project, fall 2021 – winter 2022) with demonstrable experience in needs assessment, curriculum design, and education development & evaluation for health-oriented educational curricula and materials (print, online). Learn More >


Regional Manager

Report to: Director Type of position: contractual (2 year), renewable; home-based; full-time Location: Nairobi, Kenya / Johannesburg, South Africa (or other hub city in ECSA) Posting Date: July 29, 2021 Start Date: AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (latest mid-Sept 2021)


The WFH is looking for an experienced and results-oriented Regional Manager with superior health program management abilities and interpersonal skills, to represent the WFH and coordinate and implement its country and health care development programs and activities for Eastern, Central & Southern Africa (ECSA). He/she will further act as a conduit between WFH headquarters and national member organizations (NMO) within the region. Learn More >