695 Minnesota Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
Platina Tower, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Rd
Gurugram, Haryana 122002, India
P.O. Box 229
Fort Portal, Uganda
If you’re looking for an opportunity to improve people’s lives around the world, you’ve come to the right place.
We look for people with a passion for tackling critical global issues and the ability to wear many hats.
Unfortunately we do not have the bandwidth to review applications that are not responding to a current posting.
VP Product Development
San Francisco, CA with up to 35% international travel
We are looking for an outstanding Vice President of Product Development to be responsible for D-Rev’s product operations and development. The right candidate will have broad technical, design, and business experience and thrive working in a startup environment. You will be as comfortable in a room of engineers as you are when with a key funder or onsite in an Indian Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, building relationships and understanding user needs.
San Francisco, CA with up to 10% domestic or international travel
We are looking for a versatile Development Associate to complement our core fundraising team. The right candidate will have excellent communication skills, as well as an interest in promoting D-Rev’s work to many different audiences. This role offers excellent opportunities for growth.
Graphic Designer (contractor)
San Francisco, CA or Remote-based
We are looking for a talented Graphic Designer to support who can translate concepts, stories, and data into compelling and inspiring visual and graphic designs. At D-Rev we believe that everyone deserves great design – and we strive to accomplish that not only through our world-renowned products but through all of our communications and forward-facing materials.
Electrical Engineering (Contractor)
San Francisco, CA (possible remote)
D-Rev is seeking an electrical engineering or electromechanical engineering contractor to work collaboratively with our technical team to develop the next version of our concept neonatal CPAP prototype, which is part of our program to address Newborn Respiratory Distress in low-income countries.