A critical part of the clubfoot treatment process is the use of a foot abduction brace (consisting of shoes and a connecting bar) at night until a child is 4-5 years old. Braces made for the US and European markets are expensive, while locally made braces typically provided in low-income countries lack scalability and some of the ease-of-use features parents prefer. In response, MiracleFeet, in partnership with Stanford University, developed the award-winning MiracleFeet Brace, launched globally in 2015. The MiracleFeet Brace is specifically designed for low-resource settings and is produced at around 5% of the cost of other American braces. MiracleFeet is looking for an Administrative Coordinator to be responsible for all aspects of the brace.
The MiracleFeet Brace is routinely provided to over 100 clinics via 20+ MiracleFeet partners across Latin America, Africa, and Asia. It is also sent to healthcare organizations and providers around the world who receive technical assistance from MiracleFeet. The brace is given to patients by the clinics, free of charge. Currently, about 13,000 braces are shipped every year.
The Administrative Coordinator, Brace is responsible for the administrative aspects of the MiracleFeet brace. This includes:
This is a full-time, non-exempt position ideally based in the Chapel Hill, NC office, but we are open to candidates based remotely in the US. This person will report to the Associate Director of Finance.
Preferred Qualifications and Skills
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