by Leslie Malek
Any organization can stumble over the “Smarty-Pants” phenomenon. You may have witnessed this in your pregnancy help organization. Your team gathers to brainstorm. One confident person has a lot to say, speaks forcefully, sounds convincing, and everyone else defers to her passionate solution. This is the solution that will “save the day” – in theory.
In practice, it may be no solution at all. Smarty Pants has lots of ideas but quite possibly doesn’t actually know as much as she thinks she does. The real solutions that the less confident team members offered, or kept to themselves, fell under the imposing weight of Smarty Pants. Confident of intuition but without cause, Smarty Pants doesn’t know that she doesn’t know. A number of studies have explored the smarty-pants effect on groups and found over and over that people defer to information that comes from a confident person but in fact, there is an inverse relationship between confidence and knowledge.
“Unskilled and Unaware of It: How Difficulties in Recognizing One’s Own Incompetence Lead to Inflated Self-Assessments” by Justin Kruger and David Dunning of Cornell University documents this phenomenon. The authors suggest that overconfident people often lack social and intellectual skill and thereby not only tend to erroneous conclusions and unfortunate choices, but their incompetence robs them of the ability to realize it.
More simply put, a lack of knowledge tends to lead a person to greater confidence than is warranted. The over-confidence that Smarty Pants projects leads people to believe that she is actually more knowledgeable than Smarty Pants really is.
At Harvard University, Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simons carried out a number of experiments on this topic. In one experiment known as The Invisible Gorilla (now a classic in psychology), two groups, one wearing black and the other wearing white, pass two basketballs around. The viewers are asked to count the number of times the basketball is passed, something that is easy to do. Interestingly, half the viewers completely miss that a gorilla walks through the action and thumps its chest. Even more interesting, according to Simons, is the deep-rooted belief held by most people that they would notice something as out of place as a gorilla at basketball practice. In a survey commissioned by Chabris and Simons, more than 75 percent of a representative sample of American adults “agreed that they would notice such unexpected events, even when they are focused on something else.” Two things stand out from this experiment: people miss a lot of what goes on around them and they often have no idea that they are missing so much. They don't know that they don't know.
Another experiment by Chabris and Simon involved groups of people working together to solve a math problem. Instead of deferring to the person with the greatest math knowledge, the group deferred to the most confident person, regardless of that person’s knowledge. In 94 percent of the cases, each group’s final answer was the first answer suggested, regardless whether it was right or wrong, and it was the most confident person present who offered this answer.
Teams make the most progress when they are able to distinguish between confidence and knowledge. Effective team leaders make sure that everyone has input. The leader does help the group recognize the relationship between opinions and the actual knowledge and experience behind that information and does not just allow the most confident person to sway the result. Great team leaders also know that they do not know everything: that is why great leaders surround themselves with skilled and knowledgeable team members who do know a lot about their area of expertise. The leader and team members must explore what the individuals of the group actually know -- before coming to a conclusion.
A team that defers to confidence instead of knowledge and experience can make some astoundingly bad decisions.
The take away? Pay attention to the opinions of the most self-effacing, best listeners, and weigh the real expertise and knowledge of the most confident members on your team.
Book review by Debbie Schirtzinger, Heartbeat International Affiliation Coordinator
“What does true encouragement look like – the kind that changes lives forever? To encourage people is to help them gain courage they might not otherwise possess – courage to face the day, to do what’s right, to take risks, and/or to make a difference. And the heart of encouragement is to communicate a person’s value. When we help people feel valuable, capable, and motivated we sometimes see their lives change forever – and then see them go on to change the world.
“God’s love for us gives us the reason to encourage others.God’s love in us gives us the ability to encourage others.God’s love through us gives us the way to encourage others.”
Encouragement is an essential part of growing a positive attitude and improving life; and providing that encouragement benefits both the giver and the receiver(s). This book is packed with timeless quotes, scriptures, and short but meaningful stories that illustrate the value of offering and receiving encouragement. Author John Maxwell shares ways to effectively provide the kind of encouragement that transforms individuals, families, churches, and work teams into happier, healthier, more affirming networks.
Heartbeat provides several resources and trainings that were created for the Executive Director of a Pregnancy Help Organization. We know it takes a lot of your heart, time, and energy to manage staff and volunteers, work well with the Board, make sure prospective clients can find you, and keep the organization on budget (not to mention keeping that budget funded). We're here to help you find the right tools for the job.
Executive Director resources available for you include:
Heartbeat provides several resources and trainings that were created for the Board Member of a Pregnancy Help Organization. The Board sets the mission and vision for an organization. It's a challenging role, and for many organizations just starting out, the Board also staffs an organization. There's a lot to learn and a lot to take in, so Heartbeat has tools and training to support each Board Member to make more effective pregnancy help organizations.
Board Member resources available to you!
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Jobs are listed alphabetically by state below the Heartbeat International job listings. Dates at the end of each listing show the original post date for each position.To submit notice of an open position, fill out this online form.
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APRN Provider Project Coordinator
Our Medical Impact (APR) team is growing! A new position has been established, APRN Provider Project Coordinator, that will be key in helping us to grow and refine the number of providers within the APR network. All activities/functions of this position are to be consistent with and in support of Heartbeat's pro-life mission, vision, and Christian values. See complete listing of duties here. Please send resume and cover letter to Gina Ehler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Ministry Services team is growing! A new position has been established, Program Manager, that will ensure that program objectives are met including grant fulfillment and the related budget requirements, as well as data collection and reporting. All activities/functions of this position are to be consistent with and in support of Heartbeat's pro-life mission, vision, and Christian values. See complete listing of duties here. Please send resume and cover letter to Gina Ehler at email@example.com.
Rescue Hotline Team Consultant - Seeking dedicated healthcare professionals to serve in our ministry of life through support of women seeking reversal of chemical abortion
The Rescue Hotline Team Consultant is a function that is part of our Abortion Pill Rescue Program. The position is performed remotely. Consultants are engaged as contractors with Heartbeat International and are compensated for services performed at the rate of $100.00 per 8-hour shift. In order to be considered for a role of Rescue Hotline Team Consultant, you must be available to cover a minimum of two 8-hour shifts per month. Based on location (time zone), the shift options are as follows: 6am - 2pm or 2pm - 10pm PT; 7am - 3 pm or 3 pm - 11pm MT; 8am 4 pm or 4pm - 12am CST; 9am - 5 pm or 5 pm - 1 am EST. Extensive training is provided via Academy, Heartbeat International's online continuing education portal for those in the pregnancy help community, and successful completion of this training is a prerequisite for working as a Rescue Hotline Team Consultant. All activities/functions of this position are to be consistent with and in support of Heartbeat's pro-life mission, vision, and Christian values. See complete listing of the job duties here. Please send resume and cover letter to Betsy Wetherby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abortion Pill Rescue Network Team Members
Join the Medical Network - If you are a physician, physician midwife, nurse practitioner or physician assistant and are interested in joining the Abortion Pill Rescue network and help women who want to reverse the effects of the abortion pill, please fill out this form. Fields marked with an asterisk are required.
Join the Rescue Network - If you are a pregnancy help organization interested in joining the Abortion Pill Rescue network and help women who want to reverse the effects of the abortion pill, please fill out this form. Fields marked with an asterisk are required.
Option Line English and Bilingual (Spanish) Consultants
If you're good on the phone, and you're proficient in English or Bilingual (Spanish), here's your opportunity to utilize those skills to serve and promote a great cause – Life!
Heartbeat's Option Line is a 24/7 pro-life hotline. Calls and electronic communication come primarily from women who are facing unplanned pregnancies or who are seeking help to address other highly personal lifestyle, pregnancy or abortion related concerns. Heartbeat's Option Line Program Consultants are responsible for responding to telephone, electronic communication, and instant messages received by Option Line, including communication in Spanish for Bilingual Consultants. All activities/functions of this position are to be consistent with and in support of Heartbeat's pro-life mission, vision, and Christian values. Columbus area applicants preferred. See complete listing here.
Full-time. Available to a married couple or a single woman. House and utilities provided.
This position is responsible for creating and maintaining a loving and functional family environment by modeling Christ’s love and acceptance to young women who have felt neither and to help affect positive life changes.
THE GOAL OF HOPE HOUSE MATERNITY HOME IS TO:1) Remove homelessness for pregnant women and their children2) Provide a safe place for women to work through their pregnancy options3) Give Education on healthy family dynamics, housekeeping, cooking/meal planning, budgeting and financial independence4) Job training and work ethic5) Goal setting6) Follow through
Must be able to sign our Statement of Faith and be in a relationship with God through Christ where you seek His wisdom and guidance through prayer and devotions.
RN Nurse Manager
We are looking for an RN to help us finalize the conversion of our center to a Clinic. We're almost there - but we need someone to help us complete the process - and then serve as our Nurse Manager once we're licensed. Please see our website for more details!
We may be biased, but we think MPC is a stellar place to work!And we are hiring for a part-time Registered Nurse.Job duties include patient care, prenatal ultrasonography (peeking at the babies!), patient education, and more. Qualified applicants must be willing to work 25 hours/week and have open availability from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Ultrasound experience not required (we will train you!).
Are you looking to integrate your faith with your NP practice? Are you desirous of having time with your patient and making a significant impact in their life?Obria Medical Clinic, Los Angeles is looking to add one full-time or two part-time Nurse Practitioner(s) to our team, preferably with a specialization in Women’s Health. OMC-LA has tow locations, one in Whittier and one in Pasadena. We are a life-affirming, non-profit providing options for women/couples/teens facing an unplanned pregnancy (first trimester). We provide a non-judgmental, safe place to process their situation and receive wrap-around services. Other clinic services include well-women exams and STI screening and treatment for women and men, relationship coaching and post abortion supportQualificationsDegree: MSNActive California NP LicenseBoard Certified3-years’ experience (preferably)Spanish Speaking (preferably)We are looking for providers who are caring, professional and dedicated. This is a great opportunity to also provide spiritual care along with emotional and physical care.
Ministry Work - $20-$30 per hourJob Type: Full Time (32 hr per week)Reports to: Chief Executive Officer and Medical DirectorProfessional Qualifications:
Education: 2+ Years Allied Health degree (required)License: RN, RDMS, NP, PA in Colorado (required)Required Qualifications:
Be a committed ChristianExhibit strong commitment and dedication to the pro-life positionExhibit skill in written and verbal interpersonal communicationStrong counseling/ development skillsStrong leadership skillsExhibit strong interpersonal, communication, and administration skillsPreferred Qualifications:
Have two years of experience in Ob/Gyn nursingHave current Certification in Sonography - Limited Obstetrical UltrasoundEssential Functions/ Duties
Salary and Compensation: ACPC offers paid sick leave, vacation/personal leave, and holiday pay to all employees working 20 hr or more each week. In addition, ACPC participates in Supplemental insurance through Aflac and Colonial Life for which employees may benefit.
$20.00-$25.00 per hour / 32 hours per weekClinic is open (M-Th)Ten paid holidays + One personal day each yearAccrued Vacation timeAccrued Sick leaveColonial Life benefits package available – employee registeredAflac benefits package available - employee registeredAnnual Staff Retreat / Regional ConferenceTraining and In-Service opportunities – Professional DevelopmentChristian Work place – Spiritual DevelopmentFamily focused – flexibleAppreciation Events and Receptions
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We are seeking an inspirational and visionary Executive Director to lead A Door of Hope. In this position, you will be responsible for ensuring the effective day-to-day operation and stability of the ministry. Primary responsibilities include the oversight of administration, client programs, finance, staffing, advancement and strategic planning. Other duties include fundraising, marketing, public relations, community outreach and other duties as assigned by the Board. Broadly, the Executive Director will be:
1. An empowering and inspirational servant leader.2. A winsome and articulate ambassador to our community partners and donors.3. A visionary in touch with the pro-life and crisis pregnancy center movement that will provide strategic direction and leadership regarding the ministry’s future.
Responsible for overseeing, coordinating, facilitating, and managing the day-to-day operations of Lifeline Family Center’s residential Life Program and follow-on transition housing option.
Committed Christian with strong personal relationship with Jesus Christ demonstrated by a biblical worldview and values, and an active member of a local churchPossess a servant’s heart, compassion and a passion to see hearts restored and lives transformed through the love of ChristStrongly committed to pro-life and uphold Lifeline Family Center’s Statement of Faith, Vision, Mission, and Core ValuesMaster’s degree in social services or related field with 5+ years’ experience working in social services, child welfare, homelessness or mental health related fields; and 3+ years’ experience in a leadership position, specifically program management and supervision of teams (Extensive experience may be considered in substitution for education.)Demonstrated ability to lead and supervise a teamAbility to work autonomously and as part of a teamFlexible self-starter able to multi-task and manage time effectivelyStrong organizational skills and attention to detail with ability to coordinate activities, meet deadlines, and use good judgment in addressing conflicting demandsExcellent people skills and experience collaborating in a multi-disciplinary, diverse, and dynamic teamExcellent problem solving skills in crisis intervention and managementGood knowledge of local community and human services organizations or ability to quickly acclimateAbility to ensure accurate, timely and informative program data collectionExcellent written, oral communication and presentation skillsProficient computer skills (word processing, spreadsheets, email, and the internet with basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite)
Responsible for providing comprehensive case management, support and aftercare services for Lifeline Family Center’s Life Program and transitional housing.
Committed Christian; strong personal relationship with Jesus Christ demonstrated by a biblical worldview, values and integrity, and active in a local churchPossess a servant’s heart; passion to see hearts restored and lives transformed through the love of ChristStrongly committed to pro-life; uphold our Statement of Faith, Vision, Mission, and Core ValuesBachelor’s degree in social services or related field with 3+ years’ experience working in a human services setting assisting vulnerable populations with histories of crisis pregnancy, mental illness, homelessness, domestic violence, foster care, severe trauma, etc. OR demonstrated equivalent experienceProfessional, energetic, and optimistic; strong desire to work with residentsAbility to work autonomously while cooperativelyFlexible self-starter; multi-task, effectively manage time and prioritize workloadGreat interpersonal skills; inspire respect and trust; establish and maintain good working relationships with clients, co-workers, volunteers and community partnersWork effectively with people of diverse backgroundsExercise initiative and sound judgement; respond with discretionStrong organizational skills and attention to detail; maintaining accurate, detailed records, data collection and reportingDemonstrated knowledge and ability in family-centered and strength-based case management, motivational interviewing, trauma-informed care, cultural competence, and professional boundariesDemonstrated ability to think critically, creatively problem solve with skill in crisis interventionExcellent verbal and written communication skills; individual and groupsExperience using standardized assessment toolsGood working knowledge of community resources and services or ability to quickly acclimateProficient computer skills
Pregnancy Resource Center of SW FL seeks an Executive Director, as our 7-year incumbent faces a family relocation out of state.
We are a network of three pregnancy clinics and education centers providing clear and truthful medical based pregnancy confirmation and education for men and women facing an unplanned pregnancy or sexual health crisis. We stand on the truth that every life has a divine purpose and every human being is endowed with precious dignity and worth. We believe a real choice involves knowing all the facts and no one should be forced to make a decision because they lack support and encouragement.We serve all women without discrimination.
Our Mission is simple: To prevent abortion and present eternal truth. We have a lengthy track record of not only saving the unborn, but also in transforming the lives of birthparents by openly sharing the Gospel message, walking alongside these women and men, and bridging them into Christian community. Educational programs range from parenting skills to post-abortive restoration.
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The Executive Director is the key management leader of the Majella House and reports to the Board of Directors. Primary responsibilities include overseeing the programs and strategic plan of Majella House as well as staff management. Needs to understand, and live a life in accordance with Catholic Church teaching particularly as expressed in Humane Vitae, Evangelium Vitae and Donum Vitae. Key duties include community outreach, development/fundraising, and website management to ensure the financial health of the organization. The Executive Director will actively collaborate and consult with the Board of Directors on all matters impacting the strategic focus of Majella House. The Executive Director manages and leads a team of staff and volunteers, communicates Majella House goals, safety practices, and deadlines to the team. Additionally, the Executive Director is responsible for developing and sustaining a culture that represents the values and supports the organization's vision and mission. This individual must possess a servant- leadership mindset, a tireless work ethic, strong business and management acumen, and operate with the highest degree of professionalism.
The Grace House Pregnancy Center Board of Directors is seeking an Executive Director to continue our mission offering life-affirming options and the Gospel to people facing unplanned pregnancies. Our three centers are located in Volusia County, Florida. The successful applicant will have demonstrated a passion for serving God and building His Kingdom as well as for the sanctity of human life. Experience in pregnancy center work as well as non-profit development and management is preferred.
Manages, supervises, and coordinates the operations of the medical department of the pregnancy medical center by providing patient intervention personally or through subordinate supervisors following the ANA Code of Ethics. Read a complete job description by clicking here. Contact Sonja Hegwood for more information or to apply at 770-957-8288.
Clinic & Program Director
PIC seeks a nurse sonographer for the role of Clinic & Program Director (CPD). This person is the heart of our organization as the one who most directly interacts with women facing a pregnancy decision. The CPD provides patient care and manages clinic & education center operations.
Aid for Women is seeking part-time or full-time Sonographers for our pregnancy care centers. The Sonographer is a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, who is dedicated to fulfilling the mission of Aid for Women by providing life-affirming alternatives to abortion. The Sonographer provides support and care for patients and maintains professional standards of care.
Under the general supervision of the Medical Director and Clinic Manager, the Sonographer is responsible for a variety of clinic functions: organizing, obtaining medical history, assessing, planning, documenting, and performing limited OB ultrasounds provided by Aid for Women. The Sonographer also works in conjunction with physicians, nurses and advocates to ensure that patients are receiving the best medical, spiritual and psychosocial care possible.
Click here for a complete job description. (2/4/21)
Southside Pregnancy Center is seeking an Executive Director (ED) to provide Christ-centered leadership that seeks to spread God’s grace to those most vulnerable to abortion, offering HOPE and HELP by ministering to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our community. The ED will be responsible for:Implementing the overall vision, mission and ministry of the Center.Planning and directing the day-to-day affairs of the CenterOverseeing the implementation of the policies, philosophies and goals for the CenterLeading, supervising and developing the staff, programs and volunteersDeveloping strategic goals alongside the Board of DirectorsLeading an active, engaging and effective fundraising programDirecting and monitoring the financial health of the organizationRepresenting the Center through relationships with donors, community partners and partnerships inside and outside the ChurchParticipating in conferences both as an attendee and presenter
Required Qualifications:A professed believer in Jesus Christ as personal Lord and SaviorA professed pro-life advocateBachelor’s Degree or equivalenciesFive years experience in nonprofit management, including leading teams, developing individuals and managing a budgetExperience in developing and executing strategies for moving an organization to the next stage of growthProficient in the use of appropriate messaging to different groupsPreferred Qualifications:Master’s DegreeFOCUS Medical Model (CompassCare/SperaVita Institute)Pregnancy Resource Center experienceFundraising, communication, strategic and problem-solving skillsReports to: Board of DirectorsSupervises: All paid staff and volunteersStatus: Full-time, salaried, exempt
Send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. (2/1/21)
Writing Assistant - Part Time
Sonographer - RDMS or RN
Client Services Assistant - PT & FT
Local Spanish/English Ministry Staff - FT or PT
The mission of the Ottawa Clinic Director is to establish and grow our new clinic in Ottawa, IL in order to drastically reduce and ultimately erase abortion from the Illinois Valley. This will be accomplished through initiating and cultivating partnerships with individuals, businesses, and churches and by building a team of medical professionals to serve women with services proven to help them find the freedom to choose life for their unborn children.
We are a non-profit, life-affirming women’s health clinic that specializes in unplanned pregnancy. As a nurse in our clinic, you will provide free and confidential services that include a pregnancy options consultation, pregnancy testing, STD testing, limited obstetrical ultrasound. Our team is small and we take pride in our professionalism and personalized service to women facing difficult pregnancy decisions. We currently have part-time RN/LPN positions available in our Sauk Valley, IL and Illinois Valley clinics. Our ideal candidate would be compassionate, non-judgmental and have a commitment to serving both women and their unborn children. A neat and professional appearance is required. Spanish-speaking preferred but not required. All necessary training will be provided. Please contact us today to discuss whether we may be a good fit for you.
Corbella Seeks a Dynamic Individual to Join the Development Team
This part-time position is 28 hours per week and may be done from a home office for the right candidate. The Development Director maintains and grows relationships with new and existing donors, providing them with clinic updates, educating them about Corbella's mission and impact, appealing for support and expressing gratitude verbally and in writing. Currently communication with donors is done primarily by phone but may involve in person meetings as well in the future.
Candidates must be passionately pro-life and have a strong commitment to the Christian faith in belief and in practice in daily life. Candidates must be self-motivated, goal-oriented and be able to communicate in a compassionate and professional manner.
Educational and Experience Preferred:
• Demonstrated experience helping nonprofits meet and exceed budgetary goals for major fundraising events and appeals preferred. Other applicable experiences may be considered.
• Bachelor's degree preferred.
• At least 1-2 years of fundraising experience is preferred; experience in individual, corporate and foundation outreach and gift acquisition is helpful
• Excellent verbal, presentation and relational skills; proficient research and writing skills; sound time-management practices; a high degree of professionalism with internal and external audiences.
• Ability to write in creative, descriptive, technical and factual manner.
We are currently hiring for a full-time position as an Office Manager for the ministry. This position has a heavy workload and is for those than can work in a face-paced, flexible environment. Our mission is to honor life and offer hope to those facing an unplanned pregnancy. Passion for our mission is a must.
Objective: The Office Manager of this non-profit organization is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the office ensuring efficient and effective operations and coordinating all issues affecting the daily operations of the office. The Office Manager will work under the direction of the Executive Director to ensure the needs of the office and our members are met in a timely manner.
30 hrs/wkThis position will determine client needs and match to social services, evaluate services and programs to maintain our resources list.
The ideal candidate has a Master’s degree in Social Work, LMSW or LSCSW, and 2-5 years’ experience. Also desired: organizing and prioritizing skills and objectivity; non-profit or ministry experience; excellent communication skills; bilingual a plus;
We are looking for a committed, pro-life Christian who can affirm our vision, mission, and Statement of Faith.
Clarity Solutions is a faith-based non-profit ministry that provides help and hope to individuals experiencing an unexpected pregnancy situation through medical and client services, as well as maternity housing. Clarity is seeking to hire a full time Case Manager. The Case Manager will be responsible for case management for up to four residents at The Haven at Clarity, Clarity’s maternity home, as well as offering case management to Clarity’s Aspire clients on an as needed basis. The Case Manager’s primary responsibility is to assist residentsto move toward achieving the goals of self-development and independence. Additionally, this position acts as a liaison between Clarity and vetted community partners with the purpose of developing a base of organizations to refer clients and residents to additional services as needed. A complete job description can be given upon request. Applicants must possess at least a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or its equivalent, and prior experience in the social work field is required. As a faith-based organization, all Clarity employees must also agree with Clarity’s Statement of Faith.
Full Time Positions
Academic Requirements: Minimum bachelor’s degree
Years of Experience Required: At least 3 years relatable experience preferred
Personal Attributes: Must be a self-starter with strong organizational skills, communication/presentation and customer service skills; have the ability to interact with and relate well to others and possess the ability to work independently. A keen eye for detail and a collaborative spirit are vital. Flexibility is necessary, combined with a can-do attitude and a strong desire to support our mission. Tech skills are required.
The Rockville Women’s Center seeks a contractual Sonographer to perform limited OB sonograms in accordance with RWC protocols in a proficient and timely manner. The ideal candidate must be ARDMS or registry eligible and able to work independently. Must have good communication skills to speak with area OB/GYN's and other community agencies. Computer skills required. Training available. 4-hour minimum work shift when needed. RWC is a faith-based life-affirming non-profit.
For more information or to apply, contact La Toya Ormsby at 301-770-4444 ext 17 or firstname.lastname@example.org. (2/3/21)
The Rockville Women’s Center seeks a contractual Nurse to serve pregnant patients. Duties include providing information on pregnancy options, administering pregnancy tests and limited STI testing per established RWC policies and procedures. Other duties may include providing information to other community resources. Computer skills required. Must have good communication skills. RWC is a faith-based life-affirming non-profit.
Do you want to lead a dynamic, passionate team and drive growth for a mission-minded organization?Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices is a 503(c) non-profit organization that exists to empower women and men considering abortion to choose life for their child and life for themselves in Christ. BCPC is the only life-affirming pregnancy resource center in downtown Boston, serving a vibrant, diverse city as a faith-based organization that is non-denominational, non-political, and non-judgmental. BCPC currently is run by a team of six passionate staff members and operates with a $500k annual budget. The new Executive Director will drive the major strategic initiatives for the center: Establishing a partnership with a licensed physician on-site in order to provide free ultrasounds to our clients, providing comprehensive services to men, and implementing a new volunteer-based operating model.
Financial Business Manager
To manage the Pregnancy Help Center’s finances.
Reports to: Executive Director and Board
Qualifications and Administration: Applicant should:1. Assure that all staff and volunteers information is kept confidential.2. Set up and manage a system, (QuickBooks), the keeps track of all finances that come to the Pregnancy Help Center and track how the finances are spent.3. Be able set up a yearly budget.4. Be able to pay taxes and insurance as they come due.5. Give tax receipts to those who donate.6. Attend monthly Board meetings and give a monthly financial report.7. Report donors to Volunteer who writes thank you letters and keeps monthly reports.8. Be dependable, stable and capable of following through on commitments and responsibilities with little or no supervision.9. Be able to work with residents on how to handle their income by helping them set up a budget and bank account.10. Faithfully attend a Christian church and be a committed pro-life Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Agree with and be willing to uphold the Statement of Purpose, Statement of Faith, and Mission Statement and policies of the Pregnancy Help Center.11. Exhibit a sincere desire to reach out with the love of Jesus to residents, staff, volunteers and board.12. Maintain full disclosure with Client services director in regard to A2A finances.
We are opening a new center in Trenton, NJ. Timeframe: Late Nov/Early Dec. A center director is urgently needed. Some center experience is necessary. This role will be about 30 hours per week. Time will be split between client time and development work. Director will be supervising the nurse manager and volunteers. This role reports to CEO who works in Cherry Hill, NJ office.
Director of Operations
To make Our Lady of Guadalupe (OLG) Pregnancy Center the epicenter of the pro-life culture and the number one place a woman at-risk for abortion goes in Santa Fe and northern New Mexico. The Operations Director will be a key asset to the organization and have a strategic, high-impact role to achieve our vision and mission working directly under the President/CEO and alongside the Vice-President. Operations Director will ensure the three pillars of our mission are well-established while bringing new fresh, new ideas to create a dynamic pro-life center through community and organizational collabortion.
Find a new location for OLG Pregnancy Center to operate in Santa Fe, NM. Manage and help make hiring decisions for Santa Fe and recruit and oversee volunteers.In first year, completely align OLG with Project Defending Life’s (PDL) mission areas by establishing a 40 Days for Life Campaign, Sidewalk Internship, and pregnancy medical clinic through intentional recruiting of volunteers, employees, and supporters.
Intentional support raising to fully fund SF operations at a professional level every year.
Leadership for Intentional collaboration with churches, schools, and other organizations to promote and achieve PDL’s vision and mission
Close Planned Parenthood in SF down by 2024.
By year 5, be the number one clinic for all women in Northern NM at-risk for abortion.
Read more at our website!
Resident Assistant/House Mama
The Resident Assistant responsibilities include supervising daily house management, creating a nurturing and warm environment for the mothers and babies, ensuring that residents complete household responsibilities, and enforcing house policies by correcting and teaching residents and giving consequences when necessary. The Resident Assistant will mentor and disciple residents as well as educate them in the area of life skills and parenting skills. The Resident Assistant must be able to work and thrive in a highly collaborative environment. Performs other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
Staff Nurse and Project Manager
The nurse oversees the development and implementation of special projects as assigned and performs nursing duties in Clinic. The special projects include the Rural Mini-Clinics, Expanded Medical Services, and Sexual Integrity. All duties and responsibilities are performed in support of Dakota Hope Clinic’s mission, vision, core values, commitment of care and competence, and statement of faith.
Connections Coordinator (Hotline)
The Connections Coordinator is responsible for extending compassionate and timely direct client care to include crisis intervention via 24-hour hotline and online consultation. Connections services are intended to meet clients at their point of need, often as their initial contact to PDHC.
The Coordinator assists center and administrative staff with client outreach, multi-center scheduling needs and organizational communication.
This position is a full-time positions which requires regular evening and weekend availability. The Coordinator primarily works remotely but may be asked to provide Center staffing coverage as needed.
The Executive Director/CEO is the key management leader of Heartbeat of Columbiana County responsible for overseeing the administration, program and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing and community outreach.
Preferred Qualifications:A surrendered, dependent, active and growing relationship with Jesus Christ.A passion for the prolife mission and the protection of life in every circumstance.A God-given love for the people in the local communities and a desire to see them flourish.Bachelor’s degree.A transparent and high-integrity leadership ability. Highly relational and spiritually discerning.Five+ years of small to medium-sized team management, preferably in the non-profit environment.Experience working with a Board of Directors and staff with humility and grace.Strategic thinking and planning ability. Ability to envision and convey Heartbeat’s mission and strategic future to staff, board, volunteers, donors and potential stakeholders.Ability to oversee and collaborate with staff.Commitment to the optimal use of technology, including the use of Optimize and digital accounting, marketing and document storage.Active fundraising experience, excellent donor relations skills and understanding of the funding community.Previous success in establishing relationships with individuals and organizations of influence including funders, partner agencies and volunteers.Solid organizational abilities, including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation.Strong financial management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision making and reporting.Strong written and oral communication skills, including one-on-one and public speaking ability.Strong work ethic and a high degree of energy.
Pathway to Hope is currently seeking a full-time Director of Development (DD) to provide Christ-centered leadership in Development with a vibrant, growing non-profit ministry. The DD is responsible for developing, planning, and orchestrating all marketing, public relations, and fundraising programs that will encourage, maintain, and increase philanthropic and community support to meet the short-term and long-term needs of Pathway to Hope. These activities shall be consistent with Pathway’s pro-life mission, vision, Christian core operational values and beliefs and shall reach individuals, corporations, foundations, as well as Churches and related organizations, where appropriate.
Responsibilities• Marketing and Public Relations: Develops the plan and design of marketing and public relations• Fundraising and Resource Development: Execute Development and Fundraising Plans• Grant Proposals: Oversees grant writing research, preparation and submission• General: encouraging a cooperative team atmosphere of service that is supportive of the organization’s pro-life mission and vision and Christian values and core beliefs.
Qualifications• Work requires excellent communication, writing, analytical and organizational skills generally acquired through completion of a bachelor’s degree program.• Experience working with volunteer boards, major donors, community-based agencies, foundations and/or committees.• Demonstrated experience developing internal and external communications for a wide range of audiences.• Ability to organize resources, administer a budget, excellent written and communication (public speaking) skills.• Ability to work interdependently, with minimal supervision, and cooperatively with all staff within the center.• Excellent interpersonal, organizational, writing, research, and planning skills.• Demonstrated computer skills working in databases.• Demonstrated experience in writing and assembling multiple grant proposals and reports for both private/ government funders.
Are You Called… to share the love of Christ while helping pregnant teens and women prepare for a brighter future? As an Administrative Assistant you will be responsible for assisting the Executive Director in performing administrative duties related directly to the operations of the maternity housing ministry. Major duties involve ensuring efficient office organization and procedures, and performing work involving independent judgment and accuracy. Committed to serve and willing to work to create a Godly Christian home atmosphere, realizing they may have been abused, abandoned or neglected. A heart of gold and nerves of steel are required.
Family Assistant - Part Time
Are You Called… to share the love of Christ while helping pregnant teens and women prepare for a brighter future? As a family assistant you will be a key member in providing a nurturing and structured living environment for pregnant women who have chosen life for their babies. Your daily one-on-one encouragement & coaching will help each young lady reach her goals & continue to grow. You must be committed to serve and willing to work to create a Godly Christian home atmosphere, realizing they may have been abused, abandoned or neglected. A heart of gold and nerves of steel are required.
As housedad you will be a key member in providing a nurturing and structured living environment for pregnant women who have chosen life for their babies by:-Provide a nurturing and structured living environment by creating a Godly Christian home atmosphere-Provide spiritual leadership through overseeing devotions daily-Provide a safe place for residents to grow emotionally, physically and spiritually-Assist and coach in preparing for future and assist with developing an individual life plan-Oversee the household calendar and scheduling, monitoring chores, dispensing medications-Maintain a comfortable and clean house, with the assistance of the residents-Assist each resident in developing gifts and talents and lending encouragement and praise-Prepare residents for motherhood or to lovingly place their child for adoption-Maintain a Christian environment that is joyful, relaxing, and peaceful-Responsible for enforcing house rules/guidelines in a loving manner and reinforce positive behaviors-Participate in each resident’s individual life plan, review weekly with Plan Coordinator each individual’s status, progress, family situation, and plans for her child-Be willing to perform and assist residents in performing farm chores, including caring for garden and animals-Regular house maintenance--changing furnace filter regularly, monthly when residents are present--changing water filter every 3 months or as needed--changing light bulbs when needed--shoveling snow--mowing grass and weed eating--taking trash out-Maintain energy efficiency of home to minimize utility bills
Are You Called… As housemom you will have a key role in providing:-a nurturing, structured living environment by creating a Godly Christian home atmosphere-spiritual leadership through overseeing devotions daily-a safe place for residents to grow emotionally, physically and spirituallyYou will also:-Assist in managing referrals, intake, room arrangements and orientation of new family members-Assist and coach in preparing for future and assist with developing an individual life plan-Oversee the household calendar and scheduling, monitoring chores, dispensing medications-Maintain a comfortable and clean house, with the assistance of the residents-Schedule various activities of the home, including responsibilities, as well as special programs-Assist each resident in developing gifts and talents and lending encouragement and praise-Prepare residents for motherhood or to lovingly place their child for adoption-Maintain a Christian environment that is joyful, relaxing, and peaceful-Responsible for enforcing house rules/guidelines in a loving manner and reinforce positive behaviors-Assign daily household duties to all residents-Supervise the planning and preparation of well-balanced meals-Be willing to perform and assist residents in performing farm chores, including caring for garden and animals-Be willing to remain calm, take charge and offer emotional support in emergency situations-Financial accountability & budget responsibilities for home-Participate in each resident’s individual life plan, review weekly with Plan Coordinator each individual’s status, progress, family situation, and plans for her child-Maintain energy efficiency of home to minimize utility bills
Are You Called… to share the love of Christ while helping pregnant teens and women prepare for a brighter future? As a Plan Coordinator you will be a key member in providing guidance for pregnant women who have chosen life for their babies, as they develop and achieve life plans and educational goals by:-Manage referrals, intake, room arrangements and orientation of new family members-Assess needs and develop individualized life plans with input from family members, House-mom & Family Assistant-Assist family members to develop educational goals and applications-Direct family members to appropriate community services-Monitor and supervise family members’ weekly structured activities and required program curriculum-Organize weekly classes-Prepare case histories, progress notes, and other necessary documentation for case files-Maintain all family members’ files-Provide executive director and house-mom with weekly reports-Serve as liaison with outside agencies providing services to family members-Lead Family Assistant in assisting each family member in developing gifts and talents and lending encouragement and praise-Lead Family Assistant in assisting each family member in learning to organize and carry out tasks to complete her specific goals each week-Assist in all aspects of house operations in the absence of executive director and/or houseparent’s-Be willing to remain calm, take charge and offer emotional support in emergency situations
Are You Called… to share the love of Christ while helping pregnant teens and women? As weekend parents you will be a key member in providing a nurturing and structured living environment for pregnant women who have chosen life for their babies by providing:-a nurturing and structured living environment by creating a Godly Christian home atmosphere-spiritual leadership through overseeing devotions daily-a safe place for residents to grow emotionally, physically and spirituallyAlso:-Assist and coach in preparing for future and assist with developing an individual life plan-Oversee the household calendar and scheduling, monitoring chores, dispensing medications-Maintain a comfortable and clean house, with the assistance of the residents-Schedule various activities of the home, including responsibilities, as well as special programs-Assist each resident in developing gifts and talents and lending encouragement and praise-Prepare residents for motherhood or to lovingly place their child for adoption-Maintain a Christian environment that is joyful, relaxing, and peaceful-Responsible for enforcing house rules/guidelines in a loving manner and reinforce positive behaviors-Assign daily household duties to all residents-Supervise the planning and preparation of well-balanced meals-Be willing to perform and assist residents in performing farm chores, including caring for garden and animals-Be willing to remain calm, take charge and offer emotional support in emergency situations-Financial accountability & budget responsibilities for home-Participate in each resident’s individual life plan, review weekly with Life Plan Coordinator each individual’s status, progress, family situation, and plans for her child
Full & part-time House Managers & full-time House Live-In Manager are being sought for Mary’s House, a Christian-based home in Morgan County that serves pregnant women 18 and over.Be a loving, spiritual and inspiring mentor to residents in teaching them to become independent loving and caring mothers in a healthy and spiritual atmosphere.Assist Director in the day to day activities in managing the home and planning support classes based on the mothers needs.
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Center Manager - Redmond
The Center Manager (CM) is responsible for ensuring the mission and vision of the Pregnancy Resource Centers of Central Oregon (PRCCO) is realized through effective management of their assigned Center and service excellence to all clients that walk through our doors (women, men and children). The CM will direct general day-to-day operations, as well as provide management, leadership, recruitment and development of volunteer staff. The CM will oversee delivery of client services, supporting resources and materials needed to meet the client’s needs. The CM is accountable for working with the Operations Specialist to provide ongoing care of the center necessary to create a warm and welcoming environment. The CM will also serve as the “face of the ministry” to the community; engaging and educating churches, civic organizations and individuals with our mission to transform one life at a time in Central Oregon.
This is a part-time position working 28 hours per week in our Redmond Center. All applicants will be required to complete the Employment Application and submit a resume and cover letter (note all 3 documents are required to be considered for the position). If you have questions, please send an email to Executive Director. Position is open until filled. We look forward to receiving your application package!
Center Manager - Bend
This is a part-time position working 28 hours per week in our Bend Center. All applicants will be required to complete the Employment Application and submit a resume and cover letter (note all 3 documents are required to be considered for the position). If you have questions, please send an email to Executive Director. Position is open until filled. We look forward to receiving your application package!
The residential housing ministry of Life Choices is hiring live-in house parents for a maternity home in Butler County, Pennsylvania. compensation package includes room and board, transportation, and monthly salary. The house parent apartment provides for privacy and independent space while at the same time allowing for the family dynamic to grow between staff and residents.
Additionally, we are seeking to hire part-time weekend respite care. This position works in conjunction with the house parents to form consistency for our residents and volunteers.
Ours is a small 3 bedroom ranch which allows the privilege of doing life with our residents in a family setting. If you are called to speak life into young, hurting, and broken women in crisis, this is the opportunity for you! We are looking to fill this position by April 1, 2021.
The Office Administrator is responsible for assisting the Executive Director in performing administrative duties related directly to the operations of the center. Major duties involve ensuring efficient office procedures, including assisting with volunteer supervision, data entry, computer operations and assisting in the day-today operation of the center.
Must have experience in office operations and general management of running an office, have experience and ability in Microsoft Office Suite, exhibit excellent organizational skill and typing ability, be self-motivated, exhibit skill in interpersonal communication.Essential Functions:I. Administrative/Office Management1. Assist the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, when appropriate, in training and evaluating office volunteers2. See that all correspondence, (volunteer newsletters, schedules, forms, and monthly donor letters) is gathered, typed, copied and distributed on a timely basis3. Update all forms, files and manuals as advised by the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR4. Assist with calls relating to office management, answer calls and handle all calls that don’t require EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR assistance5. Assist the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR with performing office administrative duties, as requested6. Interacts with EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR to relate client or staff needs, progress of center, problems, goal-setting and implementation7. Assist in maintaining operational calendars and appointments8. Oversee inventory control of supplies for the center9. Provide monthly and year-end client statistical reports to the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR10. Assist the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR with the coordination of an annual appreciation event for staff and volunteers
Client Services Manager
The client Services Manager provides oversight and leadership to the center's non-medical client services and programs, including training and supervising volunteers.
II. Client Services:1. Oversee volunteer client advocates and THRIVE advocates, Set Free, Male Advocates and other services provided for clients2. Provide client advocate services to clients when volunteers are not available3. Maintain and update referral resources for volunteers and client use4. Evaluate, select and maintain needed educational materials and resources for client use, with the help of the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR5. Be available to minister to the needs of the volunteers6. Lead in prayer other staff and volunteers.
III. Training1. Assist in recruiting, selecting and interviewing possible volunteers for the ministry2. Assist in conducting volunteer training seminars3. Conduct and supervise the orientation of new volunteers in the center4. Schedule volunteer in-service trainings
Community Development Manager
The Community Development Manager plans, implements and coordinates fundraising efforts and community activities that will encourage, maintain and increase philanthropic support to meet the short and long term needs of the pregnancy center. These activities shall be consistent with the mission and goals of the organization and shall reach individuals, corporations, churches and para-church organizations in the community.
The Staff Nurse will provide limited obstetrical ultrasounds and STI testing and treatment in accordance with Choices Pregnancy Resource Center’s established policies and procedures. Additionally, duties of the position will include but are not limited to- administering pregnancy tests and providing the community with public health education and disease prevention services. This will be accomplished by providing education in various settings such as university health fairs, community centers, churches and sexual risk avoidance conferences; preparing and reviewing reports; acting as a liaison between medical providers and patients; linking patients to community resources and services; implementing new medical programs to the medical center as need arises.
The Elizabeth House Maternity Home (EHMH) primary areas of responsibility: leadership & staff development; public relations and fundraising; planning and corporate development.Board Responsibilities - Responsible to the EHMH Board to fulfill the organization’s mission. Build a Christ-centered culture for the house consistent with the EHMH mission Program Development & Administration - Develop, maintain, and execute strategic and operational policies and plans to fulfill the ministry vision and achieve its objectives. Maintain official records and documents to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. Promote active and broad participation by volunteers.Communications - Represent the ministry, its programs, and its point of view to the community. Establish sound working relationships with agencies, organizations, and the public. Oversee the execution of fundraising strategies.Staff - responsible for recruitment, employment, and release of all personnel, both paid and volunteers. Encourage staff and volunteer development, education and assist program staff in relating their specialized work to the total mission of the ministry. Maintain a climate that attracts, keeps, & motivates a diverse staff of top-quality people.Budget & Financial Development - operate ministry within budget guidelines. Nurture donor relationships & build support base to ensure adequate funds.Salary is commensurate with education and experience.
Please see our website for complete Job Description.Elizabeth House is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, color, nationality or ethnic origin, religion, sex, age or disability, except where such is a bona fide occupational qualification.
The pregnancy help center of Galveston is seeking a RN for Nurse Manager/Nurse Sonographer position. The position is for 28 hours a week. Job duties include ultrasound, patient care, patient education and overseeing the day-to-day operation of the medical clinic.Ultrasound training will be provided.
The Executive Director (ED) has full responsibility for the PHC including the implementation of policies and procedures approved by the Board of Directors within the parameters of the PHC Budget. The responsibilities of the ED include managing the staff and volunteers, overseeing daily operations, fundraising, and building and maintaining community relationships.
House of Mary will employ either a married couple (House Parents) or a House Mother to model and maintain a Christian home for the women that reside at the maternity home.
More information can be found by clicking here. (1/5/21)
Lead Sonographer, RDMS
San Antonio Pregnancy Care Center is expanding our medical staff and seeking a part-time (up to 31 hours) Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS). The sonographer, working under the supervision of our Medical Director, serves as a medical imaging professional providing clinically relevant information to assist the staff with the quality care of our patients. The Sonographer’s primary responsibility is to perform limited obstetrical medical sonography in accordance with center policies and procedures and applicable professional standards. The sonographer also assists with standard center activities including: support programs and patient follow-up services.Qualifications for the sonographer include: 1) Have active credentials through the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography in OB/GYN and in good standing. 2) Demonstrated commitment to professional growth and learning within the industry, including continuing education and staff training, 3) Demonstrated proficiency with computer skills and software programs used for documentation activities and report generation.
Sexual Health & Integrity Coordinator
Paid Medical Staff Openings at Expanding Medical Clinic
New Medical Staff Openings at Assist Pregnancy CenterAssist Pregnancy Center, an evangelical Christian, life-affirming clinic has new openings for additional medical professionals to join the team! Are you a nurse, mid-level provider, physician, or RDMS who is passionate about empowering families through compassionate, Gospel-centered care? Join a committed, growing staff and help rescue lives in the D.C. region. Learn more about our paid medical staff openings for a PT Sonographer, a PT Staff Nurse, and a Clinic Manager (mid-level and advanced providers also encouraged to apply) on our website: https://assistpartners.org/about/employment/.
Live Action’s interns are given a chance of a lifetime to join our fast-paced and driven team for a semester. You will gain real, on-the-job experience working alongside some of the top professionals in the pro-life movement.
Apply today by filling out the form and submitting the important documents as described, via email. Click here to fill out the form. (8/31/20)
Social Media Associate
Live Action seeks a Social Media Associate (SMA) to assist in the day-to-day operations of Live Action’s social media platforms.
The SMA is skilled in messaging, writing, and marketing. They are savvy, resourceful, and professional. The SMA is also exceptionally detail-oriented and maintains the ability to prioritize multiple projects at once. The SMA is up-to-date with current marketing trends, best practices for social media engagement, and is constantly monitoring the news cycle to capitalize on opportunities to promote Live Action content and messaging.
The SMA must be committed to Live Action’s mission and must be inspired to do the best work of her/his life. This position offers potential for growth and the opportunity to be part of a dynamic, growing, and highly productive team. The position location is in Los Angeles, CA, or Arlington, VA.
The SMA’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Assistance in the operation of Live Action’s social media platforms.- Research, curation, and creation of innovative content for Live Action’s social media accounts.- Daily posting to platforms and writing error-free and compelling posts that inspire engagement.- Closely track Live Action campaigns, media coverage, as well as pro-life news and current events.- Regular reporting and tracking of key metrics.- Assistance coordinating social media advertising campaigns across multiple platforms.
In your cover letter, please include your position on abortion (1-2 paragraphs).
Click here for a complete job description. (8/31/20)
Prenatal ultrasound experience desired but not required. An active Virginia Registered Nurse license is required.
Job duties include: Performing pregnancy test, performing limited obstetrical ultrasounds, and providing STD screening/ testing.
Founder/ CEO who's been with us 18 years is retiring. This person will be Executive Director of our International outreach ministry. Check out our website: https://www.ladycareinternational.org. Looking for a ministry-minded person (21 years old+) who loves working with internationals in various pro life venues.
The position requires 24 -30 hours per week, supervising volunteers, working with Board, donors, international contacts, various project teams. Currently we teach, counsel (lay) women across No. Africa, middle East and Indian subcontinent.
We hope to expand our outreach in the coming years. Willing to train. Lots of potential for the right person, self starter, not afraid to trust God for provision. Send resume to email@example.com or below. (10/15/20)
Maternity Home Resident Live-In Staff
The Northwest Center’s Maternity Home in Washington, DC is seeking a female live-in staff to provide evening supervision for 3-4 pregnant women and their children. Transitional home located in Adams Morgan. Requires a professional with a pro-life commitment, ability to live together in community, excellent communication skills and ability to maintain boundaries. Part-time position; salary includes room, parking space and monthly stipend.
DFLA is seeking a passionate, experienced pro-life leader to join our team. We are looking for an engaging, high-energy advocate who is passionate about advocating for life in the Democratic Party. If you care about human rights, enjoy responsibility, and are an accomplished self-starter, we want to hear from you.
The Deputy Director will report directly to the Executive Director, serving as a critical member of our team. This is a part-time role at 20 hours per week.
Who we are looking for:
We are looking for someone who is engaging, high-energy, and passionate about pro-life issues, especially from a left-leaning or moderate perspective.
The role of the Deputy Director will be broad-ranging, encompassing the following areas:
Leadership:Support our board and Executive Director in defining DFLA's overall strategyHelp maintain good relations with other pro-life organizations, Consistent Life Ethic groups, and Democratic Party organizationsOperational:Recruit and support our talented and passionate volunteersDefine DFLA's organizational structure, including its committeesProvide guidance to our state chaptersDevelop our state chapter network to expand to all 50 statesHelp create DFLA's National Advisory BoardMotivate and recognize DFLA volunteersSupport our candidate recruitment effortsOrganize DFLA events (e.g., protests, conferences)CommunicationsHelp write and issue communications, including press releasesSpeak publicly on behalf of DFLA, as an official spokespersonDevelopmentIn cooperation with our Development Director, steward critical donor relationshipsDraft an annual report on our activities
Sexual Risk Avoidance Director
Position available to teach a sexual abstinence curriculum in public/private schools. A background in teaching, nursing, or working with teens is preferred with an ability to connect with young people a must. This is a well-established program that touches 2,000 – 3,000 students a year with a vision to reach even more! An evidence-based curriculum is provided. The average work week consists of 30 hours when school is in session and less during summer months.
Director of Development
Executive Director and Client Advocate
True Care Women’s Resource Center is seeking candidates for the position of President/CEOWe are a pro-life, Christian medical facility whose mission is to erase the perceived need for abortion in our community through effectively serving pregnant, at-risk women, transforming their fears into confidence. Our vision is to serve women experiencing unplanned, unwanted pregnancies and to see them carry their babies to term. The President/CEO oversees the three departments of the Center: Medical, Patient Resources and Advancement. He/she is also responsible for seeing that the Center’s goals, as outlined in the strategic plan, are carried out. All of this is done in conjunction with the Center’s board, staff and Medical Director. This top leadership position is the public face of the organization, representing True Care to the community and to local churches, and therefore must communicate the highest levels of trust, integrity, and personal character. For the full Opportunity Profile visit www.TrueCareGiving.net and click on Get Involved.
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