RazomHealth Project Manager - Medical Donations and Procurement

How to Apply


Please send a resume and cover letter to careers@razomforukraine.org. In the subject line, please write “Razom Health Project Manager” followed by your full name.


About Us


Razom’s mission is building a prosperous Ukraine. Razom means “together” in Ukrainian and serves as a constant reminder of the community that it takes to create, build and do. Razom creates spaces where people meet, partner and work together to unlock the potential of Ukraine.  We maintain a relentless focus on the needs on the ground to support Ukraine and on opportunities to amplify voices from Ukraine in conversations in the United States.  We operate in Ukraine as Razom Dlia Ukrayiny (Разом Для України) and we collaborate with organizations and individuals so that we can deliver the highest impact.

Since the full scale invasion by russia on February 24th began, Razom has received support from over 170,000 donors and has raised $75+ million dollars in donations. Over 2022, Razom deployed over $50 million dollars into Ukraine via emergency response programming.



The Role

Following the full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, the Razom Health team mobilized quickly to provide overwhelmed and under-resourced healthcare facilities throughout the country with critical medicines, medical supplies, and equipment. We have also co-organized medical missions that provide Ukrainian doctors with vital training in emergency situations. Razom Health now works with a network of international organizations on in-kind medical donations, distribution of medical aid, and medical exchanges to provide life-saving tools and training. Above all, our aim is to help the Ukrainian healthcare system effectively respond to the current humanitarian crisis and to emerge from this crisis stronger and more resilient than ever.

The Razom Health Project Manager – Medical Donations and Procurement will manage a key activity of the Razom Health program, overseeing the ~$20M budget of in-kind donations and purchases of medical equipment, supplies, and other goods and their delivery to Ukraine.

Location: New York or remote.



Prior project management experience (3+ years preferred) in an organization focused on humanitarian aid, global relief, or a medical institution;


Strong interest in global standards and trends shaping global health and humanitarian action; 


Excellent communication skills, motivated, passionate learner, strong collaboration style, comfortable in a fast-paced environment; 


Experience working in global teams of staff, volunteers, vendors and partners; 


Knowledge of medical products, vendors and standards; 


Working knowledge of Excel and/ or Google sheets, project management software and ERP software is a plus; 


Willingness to assist with both high-level, long-term management as well as day-to-day operations; 


Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; 


Knowledge of the Ukrainian language is highly desirable; 


Ability to travel.



Work closely with Razom’s team in the US and in Ukraine to understand the needs on the ground, design and improve the system of needs evaluation and prioritization;


Manage relationships with US- and Ukraine- based partners, including global relief NGOs, corporations, hospitals, shipping companies, government organizations and peer organizations;


Define specific goals and measure the impact of program activities using well-defined metrics;


Manage budgets, contracts and reporting activities, including grant reporting and financial reporting;


Collaborate with Razom teams along the supply chain of delivering aid to Ukraine, including Logistics, Procurement, Finance, Development and Communications;


Coordinate warehouse deliveries and sorting and packing events as needed, drawing on Razom’s enthusiastic volunteer network.

Logistics & Benefits


As we scale, we will offer generous benefits packages, paid time off, and unique opportunities for ongoing professional development;


Hybrid role possible, NYC-based or regular travel distance to NYC preferred;


U.S. work authorization required.

Salary Range


$60,000/yr – $90,000/yr

Role will report to: Razom Health Global Program Lead

Please send a resume and cover letter to careers@razomforukraine.org. In the subject line, please write “Razom Health Project Manager” followed by your full name.

Razom is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Kharkiv, the vibrant heart of northeastern Ukraine and its second-largest city, faces a brutal reality. As a major center of culture, education, and industry, Kharkiv, like Mariupol, Kherson, and other cities, faces unjust and unwarranted destruction.


Razom is doing everything we can to respond to the needs on the ground in Kharkiv, delivering aid through our programs.


Donate today and stand with Kharkiv!