We serve the Giver of Life, and He Reigns.
Nothing, including political climates, cultural shifts, or even the unspeakable worldwide tragedy of abortion, can dethrone the God whose glory is set above the heavens.
This precious truth was woven throughout every aspect of the 2013 Annual Heartbeat International Conference, which included close to 1,000 friends of Heartbeat, including attendees, exhibitors, expert workshop presenters, inspiring keynote speakers, Heartbeat board members, and donors.
Fittingly, the centrality of prayer emerged as a major theme throughout the Conference, as 40 Days for Life National Director David Bereit helped set the tone for desperate dependence upon the living God as the keynote speaker during the Conference’s first evening session.
David was one of eight keynote speakers throughout the four-day event, which concluded with a closing banquet and address from Heartbeat International President Dr. Peggy Hartshorn, who is commemorating her 20th year of tireless service in that capacity, and her 40th year of active involvement in the pro-life movement.
Opportunities for prayer and worship were led in part by worship leader Greg Gober, while opportunities to participate in mass were led by Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, who also keynoted at the Conference.
Conference participants were also given the opportunity to receive prayer during their time in Dallas, thanks to the generous involvement of Refuge House of Prayer and Breath of the Spirit, who volunteered their time to encourage and refresh those on the front-lines of the battle for Life.
The glorious truth that God reigns carries along with it global implications, and this was also reflected at the Conference, where a total of 20 representatives from 11 non-U.S. countries gathered.
These friends served as a great reminder that God’s reign extends to all corners of the world—from the U.S. to Zambia, Australia to South Africa, Mexico to the Philippines, Costa Rica to Austria, Canada to Liberia, and from Germany to Ethiopia.
And these friends were just a sampling of the more than 300 Heartbeat affiliates outside of the United States in over 50 countries. Two of these friends, Pastors George and Sylvester from Liberia, shared an African proverb that became a theme unto itself for the Conference:
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
We hope you join us at next year’s Annual Conference, March 24-27 in Charleston, South Carolina!
by Jay Hobbs, Communications Assistant
On a brisk January afternoon, I found myself positioned between two citadels of American government.
On my right sat the Capitol Building, where I’d spent the morning with Heartbeat International’s Babies Go to Congress®. On my left stood the U.S. Supreme Court Building, where the 40th Annual March for Life would conclude the following day.
As I turned my gaze to the Supreme Court building, I expected to behold its looming columns and take in its hopeful, enduring motto, “Equal Justice Under Law.”
But what I saw surprised me. The majestic façade was covered with scaffolding and a transparent construction curtain. As I learned, the great marble-work of the building’s façade had been crumbling for some time, and renovation was now underway.
What a striking parable of justice, deteriorating. Yet, at the same time, what a striking parable of hope that justice can be—and one day will be—restored.
We live in a world that is plagued with the consequences of a decision made in that very building 40 years ago. When those inside this shrine to American justice decided, 7-2, to legalize abortion on-demand, justice crumbled.
Such a miscarriage of justice under the auspices of “Equal Justice Under Law” must never be forgotten. That’s why Heartbeat launched RememberingRoe.com, which serves as an online memorial to those 55 million unborn Americans who will never see the light of day because of Roe v. Wade.
A few hours before my stroll to the Supreme Court steps, I had the pleasure of watching Matennah—one of three moms who made up the Babies Go to Congress envoy—tell seven of her congressmen the story of how her beautiful twin daughters had been rescued by a Heartbeat-affiliated pregnancy help center.
Twenty-four hours later, the 40th annual March for Life brought 500,000 peaceful protesters to these stately steps. Heartbeat International was there, represented by a group of generous supporters and the sampling of moms, like Matennah, and their babies who have been saved from the violence of abortion.
Following the March, Peggy Hartshorn, Ph.D., President of Heartbeat International, keynoted the annual Rose Dinner, highlighting the good work pregnancy help organizations to do for women and families. Peggy was followed by New Jersey Rep. Chris Smith, chair of the Pro-Life Caucus, who delivered a ringing endorsement of Heartbeat and our life-saving mission.
No doubt, justice has drastically crumbled. But just like the façade of the Supreme Court building, it can be restored.
I was reading through Proverbs when news of the Penn State child abuse scandal broke in late 2011. As the horrific story dominated every inch of the public square, one saying from the wise man stood out most clearly to me:
Rescue those who are being taken away to death; hold back those who are stumbling to the slaughter. If you say, “Behold, we did not know this,” does not he who weighs the heart perceive it? Does not he who keeps watch over your soul know it, and will he not repay man according to his work? (Proverbs 24:11-12)
I was so sickened by what I was seeing and hearing about everything, from the grisly details of the events that had occurred—and were even witnessed—to the shameful cover-ups collaborated by football coaches, school administrators, and even sworn officers of the law.
Having worked in collegiate athletics for nearly 10 years, these acts of negligence hit me with a specific force, but no harder than they hit me as a father. I felt anger, disgust, nausea, and helplessness.
But what good would come if all I did was feel these things, and then let them fade away so that I could go on with the rest of my life? Did the sting of this outrage belong in the rear-view mirror?
While my 1-year-old daughter napped one Saturday afternoon, I began to pray that somehow, some way, God would lead me to a calling and vocation where I could play a role in the rescue of those being taken away to death. I prayed, and less than a year later, God—the true and final Rescuer—brought me an opportunity to do just that, with an organization I’d never heard of, called Heartbeat International.
Today, I am so blessed to be playing a role in the effort to hold back “those stumbling to the slaughter.” Most of you who are reading this are in the trenches right now, fighting this battle one life at a time. Some of you have been in this trench longer than I’ve been on this earth.
What an honor it has been to join with you in the battle to hold each life precious.
Together, we hope and pray and labor for the day when abortion is not only unwanted, but unthinkable in our nation, our legal system, and our culture. At the same time, we also realize that abortion may not be going away this side of heaven. In one form or another, the strong will always victimize the weak, right up until the Day when the Judge of the whole earth makes all things right.
Until that Day dawns, our orders are clear: We are to rescue those who are being taken away to death. One child at a time. One woman at a time. One family at a time.
It’s not up to you and me to finally solve these evils. It’s up to each of us to be faithful to do our part, in hope—hope that one Day, we will see these evils ended before our very eyes. Until that Day comes, we’re free to focus on the task at hand without driving ourselves to despair or exhaustion.
The problem is more than you and I could ever handle, and yet, it has already been handled—fully and finally by the death and resurrection of Jesus. We enter into that promise by faith, but it's that same faith that also thrusts us into the vineyard to labor for that which our faithful Savior values.
Take heart. God, the one who “keeps watch over your soul” sees the good work you’re doing. And, he will repay you according to it.
Jor-El Godsey, Vice President
When you take into account all those who have been wounded by this “choice”, it becomes even harder to find something positive—let alone to allow ourselves to think we’re winning.
But, before we throw our hands up and walk away, let’s consider two things that can give us at least a hint that, yes, we are winning.
First, the nearly 1,400 Heartbeat affiliates worldwide directly serve 1,000,000 moms, dads and babies every year. That’s direct service, not estimated impact. Think about it: If the pregnancy help community threw in the towel, countless additional lives would be added to the toll of dead and wounded on account of abortion.
Second, and more importantly, such discussions draw us to envision a time when no abortions are happening. We long for that day. We pray for that eventuality to come about. We hope to see the realization of that dream.
Many pro-lifers give their time and attention to achieve that BIG victory over abortion, by utilizing the political and legislative resources available to us. This is a necessary and worthy goal. But, until that happens, we can—and must—win ONE victory.
That ONE victory involves the mom and baby we will see today, in our centers, in our maternity homes. That’s what we do: We win one victory, one heart, one life at a time.
So take heart. We win every day we step into someone’s life and prevent the tragedy, the loss, and the violence of abortion they are otherwise headed for.
Yesterday, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit was the first circuit court to rule on government mandates requiring pregnancy centers to post disclaimers and disclosures, declaring that such mandates violate freedom of speech, a constitutional right.
“The Fourth Circuit Court’s decision is a victory for Centro Tepeyac and other Heartbeat International affiliated pregnancy help centers that are rescuing children who were once at risk of abortion by providing practical help and emotional support to mothers who often have been abandoned and abused,” said Heartbeat International President Peggy Hartshorn, Ph.D. “This decision upholding our freedom of speech affirms the life-saving work of pregnancy centers and the importance of providing alternatives to abortion.”
The first case ruled upon by the court was Centro Tepeyac v. Montgomery County; Montgomery County Council, et al, No. 11-1314 (4th Cir. 6/27/2012) in which the county passed a resolution requiring limited service pregnancy centers to display a sign bearing two statements: “The Center does not have a licensed medical professional on staff. Montgomery County Health Officer encourages women who are or may be pregnant to consult with a licensed health care provider.”
The second case, Greater Baltimore Center for Pregnancy Concerns et al v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, et al, No. 11-1111 (4th Cir. 6/27/2012) originated from Baltimore, which involved a city ordinance mandating pregnancy help organizations to post signage in two languages that “the center does not perform or refer for abortions or birth control services.”
The Fourth Circuit Court slapped down both government mandates as violations of free speech, applying strict scrutiny to its analysis of both laws.
The Court applied the same reasoning to both laws:
These rulings signal a strong victory for pregnancy help organizations, not only in Maryland, but across the country, as challenges are raised to similar attempts in other jurisdictions.
By Virginia Cline
I remember my father’s tears on January 22, 1973. It was the first time I had ever seen him cry.
I was 11 years old when I found him crumpled up on the stairs, shuddering, with his folded hands pressed to his face as he sobbed. I will never forget how he was curled up in the fetal position as he wept. It took him no less than 10 minutes to choke out the fact that seven men on the U.S. Supreme Court had decided it should be legal for a mother to abort her baby.
On that particularly bleak Monday afternoon, he cried for the millions of babies he knew would die at the hand of Roe v. Wade.
How could we fail to acknowledge the more than 54 million children aborted in the United States alone since the insidious Roe v. Wade decision on Jan. 22, 1973—the most tragic and unforgettable date in U.S. history?
Since the upcoming presidential inauguration is planned for Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, the 40th annual March for Life was moved to Friday, Jan. 25, leaving the anniversary itself without acknowledgement. Heartbeat International and at least 10 other partnering pro-life organizations—including March for Life—did not want the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade to pass by without a national day of prayer and fasting, so RememberingRoe.com was launched.
RememberingRoe.com promotes a day of remembrance and hosts a variety of interactive tools and includes an opportunity to sign up for a national hour of prayer via webcast, led by the National Pro-life Religious Council on Jan. 22, 2013, beginning at 3 p.m. EST.
The site is also the vehicle for a national campaign that seeks to send 1.2 million red pro-life postcards to the president in honor of the 1.2 million victims of abortion in the U.S. each year. For a small donation, visitors can sign up for a red card—personalized with their name—to be delivered to the White House on Jan. 22, 2013, sending the leader of the free world a positive message about the sanctity of every human life from those he represents.
Forty years of destroying life in the womb is the battle that defines our society. The false “choice” of aborting a child has endangered our very civilization by attacking the dignity of human life and by denigrating motherhood. The escalating evil of abortion calls for a supernatural response, and so we challenge every pro-life individual to kneel together as one nation under God, and call upon Him as we remember, reflect, repent and plead for restoration on the anniversary of this disastrous turning point.
Prayer is the strongest weapon against the evil that is abortion. Our hope is that members of the pro-life movement call upon God—the Giver of Life—in prayer and fasting together as we fight for the sanctity of life in America. As the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade approaches, visitors are encouraged to post prayers on RememberingRoe.com, leading to greater unity among members of the pro-life community.
There’s also a place at the site to share your story of how you first heard about Roe v. Wade. Some of us are old enough to remember exactly where we were when we learned about the now-infamous U.S. Supreme Court decision. Those born after Roe—rightly called “abortion survivors”—are also invited to share reflections on when and how they learned that the Supreme Court had declared it a “right” for every woman to choose to abort her baby.
My pro-life passion was ignited Jan. 22, 1973, after witnessing my father’s heartbreak and hearing his cries: “I could have done more. I should have done more to stop abortion.”
Imagine if our stories listed online at RememberingRoe.com inspired Christians everywhere to do more to help each mother reject the “choice” to abort her child!
The goal of RememberingRoe.com—and the goal of Heartbeat International—is to make abortion unwanted now and unthinkable for future generations. The Holy Spirit has the power to kindle the fire of compassionate love within us, so that the pro-life movement can renew the face of the earth for LIFE. Let us unite so that we may never forget.
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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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If you're a numbers person with advanced knowledge of accounting systems and a desire to work with a highly committed team, here's your opportunity to utilize your skills and interests to serve and promote a great cause – Life!
We are seeking a Staff Accountant who will assist with the full range of accounting operations for Heartbeat International which currently includes 14 departments and a 10mm budget. 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 here of duties here. Please send resume and cover letter to Betsy Wetherby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Major Gifts Officer
NXL Programmer/Developer - Seeking a talented IT professional to grow our Next Level CMS Program
If your gifts lie in design, implementation and maintenance of a powerful software solution, and you share our passion for the unborn and their mothers, we invite you to consider an opportunity to be part of our Next Level team.
We are seeking a Programmer/Developer who will help us evolve our Next Level center management software to the next level. 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 here of duties here. Please send resume and cover letter to Betsy Wetherby at email@example.com.
Medical Impact Office Assistant
If you have great people skills and administrative strengths plus a knack for working with databases, and share our passion for the unborn and their mothers, we invite you to consider an opportunity to be part of our Medical Impact team.
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.
Client Services Director
Manage all aspects of CS: training and supervision of volunteer client advocates, parenting coaches, receptionists; provide peer counseling when needed; oversee EWYL coordinator; manage client database, and community referrals. Work closely with mobile and medical clinic teams.
Full-time Registered Nurse
Hope Woman's Centers is seeking a full-time Registered Nurse. Candidates must be committed biblical Christians who hold a pro-life position as well as compassion and empathy for women and men experiencing an unexpected pregnancy. As a registered nurse for Hope Women's Centers, your responsibilities will include: providing limited obstetric ultrasounds (will train), STI results & treatment, fetal development patient education, adherence to policies & procedures, strong interpersonal skills, commitment to team work, and ability to be flexible. Qualifications also include appropriate state and professional licensing. Experience with limited obstetric ultrasound or in a pregnancy center is a plus.
Hope Women's Centers is seeding a part-time Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. Candidates must be committed Christians who hold a pro-life position. As a sonographer for Hope, you will provide limited obstetric ultrasounds for our patients according to the policies & procedures defined by our Medical Director. You may also assist the Nurse Manager in the completion of other clinic duties as needed.
Qualifications include: appropriate state and professional licensing, compassion and empathy for women and men experiencing an unexpected pregnancy, adherence to policies and procedures, strong interpersonal skills, and the ability to function well in a sometimes busy and fast-paced environment. Experience with limited obstetric ultrasound or in a pregnancy center is a plus.
A Woman’s Choice is in need of a part-time RDMS to serve in our pregnancy help clinic. Candidates must be committed, biblical Christians who are church members and hold a strong pro-life position. As a sonographer for AWC, you will provide limited, OB ultrasounds for our patients, according to the policies and procedures defined by our Medical Director. You may also assist the Nurse Manager in the completion of other clinic duties as needed. All of our clinic staff provide medical services and care to our patients, while also reinforcing the sanctity of life message of the ministry. Qualifications include: appropriate state and professional licensing; compassion and empathy for women in crisis; adherence to policies, procedures, and OSHA guidelines; strong interpersonal skills; and the ability to function well in a sometimes busy and fast-paced environment. Experience with limited obstetric ultrasound or in a pregnancy center is a plus. If interested or have any questions, please contact Rebecca Klein, Executive Director, at 863-683-2341. Please send résumés by email.
The Agape Pregnancy Center (APC) is a 30 year ministry, of First Baptist Church Merritt Island (FBCMI, located in Brevard County, Florida. This is a full time position as church staff with benefits, which requires church membership and attendance of FBCMI. The workdays are Monday through Thursday and includes Wednesday evening educational classes for clients. Must be a strong follower of Jesus Christ, spiritual leadership by example, regular training, and create an atmosphere of Christ centered, Holy Spirit directed ministry. Qualifications include proficiency in all Microsoft programs, HIPPA compliance, and management software of clients, donors and volunteers. The duties include being knowledgeable of current laws, following the policy and procedures of both FBCMI and the APC; provide clients and ministry team with high-quality materials, the best community resources, Godly educational tools, and a compassionate, loving environment. The APC offers free ultra-sounds and pregnancy tests, a boutique for clients, a prison ministry, a Spanish/Latino ministry, and the upstart of a men’s ministry within the center. The APC currently has three other paid staff and 30+ regular volunteers. The APC works directly with Pastoral staff and participates in church staff expectations. Website: apcbrevard.com and FBCMI.com
Memberships: NIFLA and Heartbeat International
This newly created position is the result of carefully planned, strategic growth recently experienced by Community Pregnancy Clinics (CPCI), Florida’s oldest, largest and leading provider of free, life-affirming medical services and compassionate care to abortion-vulnerable women. Founded in 1974 as one of the nation’s 13 original crisis pregnancy centers, CPCI serves more than 5,000 women each year and has so far saved over 15,000 babies from abortion. Please visit www.community4life.com for history and mission.
From CPCI’s administrative offices in Naples, the VP-OPERATIONS will lead the entire organization's operations to ensure on a daily basis that CPCI is effectively achieving its mission to save babies from abortion by providing care, compassion and choices to women. As such, the successful candidate will be heavily involved with overall day-to-day operations of the clinics, including management of professional medical and administrative clinic staff, contractors and volunteers, as well as oversight of clinic policies and procedure and Human Resources.
The VP-OPERATIONS will directly report to the CEO. Key responsibilities include: management and leadership of CPCI operations; implementing and assessing clinic policies; financial oversight, planning, and maintaining financial stability; strategic assessment of the organization with recommendations to the board; creating operating budgets and managing the organization within projected budgets; executing a strategic direction which includes planning for growth; and ensuring the organization is effective in achieving its mission. A key challenge will be transitioning the organizational structure to accommodate the new leadership role of VP-OPERATIONS and then reconfiguring that structure to facilitate future growth.
ATLMC seeking experienced and licensed CNMs, WHNPs and/or FNPs to serve as medical missionaries, in either paid or unpaid PT positions, in Evangelical life-affirming organization providing comprehensive prenatal and postpartum care and education. ATLMC is a charitable clinic for the uninsured, under-insured and woman at risk for abortion.
Serving low risk OB patients and following midwifery model of care and principles of pregnancy centering, you would work under collaborative agreement with remote Medical Director (Ob/Gyn); provide relevant education; order labs or perform CLIA waived tests; transfer patients to collaborating MFM/HROB, as appropriate; transfer patients to collaborating delivery partners between 28 - 32 weeks; resume care postpartum for minimum of 90 days. Local radiology group would read ultrasound scans.
Currently in city of Dunwoody, GA offering care 1-day per week, Fridays, with possibility of increase in hours/days, up to and including FT employment, with expansion throughout Metro Atlanta, as The Lord leads (possibly in Clarkston, GA as early as November 2020).
Start on or about 3 April 2020 or as able, with consideration toward precautions for social distancing with respect to COVID-19.
Bilingual (Spanish/English) or other language(s), venipuncture proficiency, diagnostic sonography skills and/or pregnancy centering certification would be a plus.
ATLMC vision statement "That the Church lovingly serves those created in the image of God to ensure that neither pregnancy nor childbirth are a death sentence or detrimental to the health of babies and mothers, so both may have the opportunity to experience abundant life in Jesus the Christ".
Clinical Assistant - Medical Missionary
Seeking licensed LPN or higher skilled at venipuncture.
Bilingual with proficiency in both English and Spanish highly desired.
Would report to Clinician/Provider working collaboratively under OB/GYN serving remotely as Medical Director.
Would provide basic administrative, clerical, clinical, and technical supportive services, including but not limited to basic patient care with routine procedures and tasks, (e.g. venipuncture, point of care testing, prepare and log blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens) and assist other healthcare professionals to promote smooth, effective and efficient clinical and office management in nonprofit charitable clinic, providing comprehensive prenatal through postpartum care.
ATLMC is not a PRC/PMC, but rather the next step in the Pro-Life Ecosystem. ATLMC exists to partner with the local church to provide prenatal through postpartum care to women in need, in the Name of Jesus.
Vision: That the Church lovingly serves those created in the image of God to ensure that neither pregnancy nor childbirth are a death sentence or detrimental to the health of babies and mothers, so they have the opportunity to experience abundant life.
First ATLMC Community Prenatal Clinic launching in Dunwoody, GA on 1/31/20 with additional locations to be added throughout Metro Atlanta in the future.
Currently PT Fridays only, but could eventually become FT with expansion.
Paid position or nurses may serve through Georgia Volunteer Healthcare Program with sovereign immunity covering MedMal and earn annual CMEs through service. Could start immediately.
The part-time position of Nurse Manager provides support and care to the patients and maintains professional standards of care. Under the general supervision of the Medical Director and Executive Director, the Nurse Manager is responsible for planning and performing direct and indirect nursing interventions. She is also responsible for a variety of other clinic functions: performing limited obstetric ultrasounds, supervising, organizing, planning, assessing and monitoring the medical services. Training will be provided.
Pregnancy Clinic Manager
Aid for Women is seeking a Pregnancy Clinic Manager, who is a licensed Registered Nurse dedicated to fulfilling the mission of Aid for Women by providing life-affirming alternatives to abortion. The Clinic Manager provides support and care to the clients and maintains professional standards of care.
Under the general supervision of the Medical Director and Executive Director, the Clinic Manager is responsible for planning and performing direct and indirect nursing interventions. The Clinic Manager is also responsible for a variety of other clinic functions: supervising, organizing, planning, assessing and monitoring the medical services provided by Aid for Women. The Clinic Manager also works in conjunction with physicians, nurses and lay counselors to assure that patients are receiving the best medical, nursing, spiritual and psychosocial care possible.
See link to view and download complete Clinic Manager job description.
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1st Way Life Center is a life-affirming pregnancy support service in Johnsburg and McHenry, IL.
We have a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS) position available -- up to 20 hours per week.
Obstetric Sonography registration required.
Medical Clinic offering compassionate care to pregnant women in a non-judgmental environment.
We perform limited obstetrical Ultrasounds.
Other Services:Pregnancy TestingSTD testingPersonalized Pregnancy Counseling
Friendly staff of Registered Nurses, Patient Services Manager, Nurse Manager and other support personnel.
Low stress clinical atmosphere: No weekends, nights, holidays or on-call.
Small PRC looking for a part time nurse manager, up to 24 hours/wk. Prefer a nurse trained in limited ultrasounds but will provide training. The center provides free pregnancy testing, first trimester ultrasounds and STD testing for weomen. Nurse manager would be the only paid medical professional.
Financial & Database Coordinator
We are seeking a part-time team member who will coordinate significant amounts of financial and database operations. The requested start date is February 24th and includes flexible office hours. Quickbooks and accounts receivable knowledge, budget management, and maintaining confidentiality are desired qualities.
Job hours: This is a part-time position, approximately 15 hours per week with extended hours before and after major fundraising events.
Starting date: Approximately Feb 24, 2020
Responsibilities: (specific areas owned by this position)
- Oversee all phases of Accounts Receivable, bank deposits & acknowledging contributions, entering information into QuickBooks and donor database and producing financial reports and analyses as required, year-end reporting, corresponding with donors regarding donations, pledges and collections, and general banking.- Assist Executive Director with budget development, analysis, and strategic financial planning; pursue and implement improved methods of resource stewardship and streamlining work.- Administer/oversee non-profit tax returns and audits.- Update, manage, and protect database of constituent, staff, and client information.- Provide information, research, and reports as needed by Executive Director and other staff members.- Oversee and preserve records (for purposes of recall, audit & future analysis) through to disposal.- Provide support in fundraising, event planning, and outreach.- When working in the office, assist in general office management tasks including answering the phone, assisting incoming guests and potential residents, referring to and connecting with other staff members as required, and attend staff meetings.
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Social Worker, PT 30 hrs/wk
Will determine client needs and match to social services. Evaluate services and programs to maintain resource list.
Male Services Coordinator, PT 30 hrs/wk
Medical Records Assistant, Part-time, 15 hours per week
The Development Director is responsible for planning, organizing and implementing all of Pregnancy Center North's fundraising including, major gifts, grants, monthly giving, special events and donor communications. In addition, the Development Director forms relationships with donors, and is responsible for maintaining an accurate database. The Development Director works closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors in all of these endeavors. Although work days/hours are flexible, the Development Director must report to the Executive Director for scheduling and planning.
Patient Resource Coordinator (PT)
RWC is seeking someone who is a team player, customer service-oriented individual, with a heart to serve abortion-vulnerable women. The ideal candidate must be able to provide excellent and compassionate leadership and coordination of the various aspects of the patient process as they relate to RWC’s mission, methodology and core values.
Program Responsibilities include but are not limited to:1. Completing and submitting a weekly status and client report to the Executive Director.2. Supervising the volunteer staff of the Patient Resource department.3. Ensuring quality control is maintained for optimal patient care.4. Maintaining patient database.
For more information about this position please email LaToya Ormsby at Latoya@rockvillewomenscenter.com. You may also review our website,www.RWCdonors.com, to learn more about our mission, vision and core values. (11/8/19)
Part-Time Registered Nurse
The Catherine Foundation Pregnancy Resource Center is seeking a part-time Registered Nurse. Candidates must be committed Christians who hold a pro-life position. Qualifications include: appropriate state and professional licensing, ability to adhere to policies and procedures, strong interpersonal skills and compassion for patients experiencing an unexpected pregnancy. Responsibilities include: providing limited obstetric ultrasounds, educating patients about fetal development and assisting the Nurse Manager in the completion of other clinic duties as needed. Experience with limited obstetric ultrasound or in a pregnancy center is a plus. Will train for ultrasound competency. Schedule is flexible.
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.
The Executive Director (ED) is a full-time, exempt, permanent position, with a compensation package that is in-line with similar non-profits and includes health care benefits and vacation time. The ED has full strategic and operational responsibilities for BCPC’s staff, programs, development, and strategic initiatives. The ED has responsibility for the implementation of the policies and procedures approved by the Board of Directors within the parameters of the pregnancy center’s budget. The ED is a strong leader that is the face and voice of BCPC in the city of Boston, and thinks strategically and creatively to grow the organization.
Nurse Manager Detroit Satellite
Client Services Assistant Detroit Satallite
Seeking part-time Client Services Assistant (CSA) in our Detroit satellite. Strong interpersonal/administrative skills are a must. Manages client scheduling, incoming calls, checking clients in, chaperone in ultrasound room, meets directly with clients for material assistance appointments. Reports to and assists the Detroit Center Director. Heart to share Jesus with others and agreement with Code of Christian Conduct and Statement of Faith is required.
Laura Farrugia, Executive Director, email@example.com, contact for full job description. (12/13/19)
Nurse Sonographer - Nurse Manager
Seeking a Nurse with Sonography experience. Under the general supervision of the Medical Director and in cooperation and coordination with the Executive Director, the Nurse Manager oversees all aspects of the medical services at SouthWest Options for Women (SWOW); performs direct and indirect nursing interventions; and serves as a Client Advocate (including lay counseling and pregnancy and STI testing, when requested by client). The Nurse Manager will maintain a respectful, helpful, working relationship with all SWOW staff and volunteers and will help fulfill the mission of SWOW by utilizing the most current factually accurate information and striving always to become more proficient in each of our service areas.
Associate Executive Director
Qualifications:1) Be a born again believer in Jesus Christ, willing and able to share faith in Christ with others.2) Be thoroughly pro-life in conscience and practice.3) Maintain a consistent life affirming philosophy and would never refer or advise a woman to have an abortion. (When a situation arises where a woman’s life is at risk the clinic advocates taking measures to preserve her life, hoping that the woman and her child can both be saved)4) Express full agreement with corporation’s Statement of Principle, Statement of Faith, Mission Statement, Articles of Incorporation and By-laws.5) Experience in leading/managing others in a business and/or ministry setting.6) Sincere desire to reach out to abortion-vulnerable and abortion-minded women.8) Have good organizational skills. 9) Respects confidentiality.10) Have a bachelor’s degree.11) Experience with managing people.12) Exhibit skill in interpersonal communication, public speaking, and written communication.13) Be able to carry out responsibilities with little or no supervision.14) Demonstrate a lifestyle consistent with PRC’s Statement of Faith and uphold PRC’s Statement of Principle.
Responsibilities: The main responsibilities of the Associate Executive Director fall into three categories: (1) The financial stability and growth of PRC including overseeing the fundraising/special events, (2) The day-to-day operations of PRC, (3) The management and supervision of all paid staff except the Executive Director.
Life Choices Pregnancy Care Center, Inc. (“Life Choices”) is currently seeking a full-time Executive Director to provide Christ-centered leadership to a vibrant, growing, non-profit ministry. Under the authority of the organization’s Board of Directors, the Executive Director will be responsible for:
• Leading the overall mission, vision, and ministry of Life Choices• Directing the day-to-day operations of the organization including management of programs• Supervising, managing, and overseeing the development of staff members and volunteers• Leading an active, engaging, and effective fundraising program• Managing and aiding in programing, financial processes, client services, resource development, and risk management• Representing the organization through public relations and partnerships• Working alongside the Board, by attending all meetings and communicating directly and regularly with its President• Attending necessary conferences and continuing education classes• Implementing other duties as assigned
Some qualifications required are:
• Excellent oral and written communication skills to effectively communicate with board, staff, volunteers, clients, donors, churches, other organizations, government leaders, and the media through a variety of formats such as letters, policies, newsletters, public speaking, etc.• Ability to solicit donations in an energetic, professional, and ethical manner• Proficient organizing, management, problem solving, and program development skills• Excellent office and computer skills to include the use of general office equipment & Microsoft Office software (required), and QuickBooks (preferred)• A strong vision for leading a Christ-centered pregnancy ministry• Preferred: Two years of experience in a pregnancy center ministry or non-profit management• Preferred: Two years of experience in an administrative position with direct supervision of paid staff
Pregnancy Support Center is currently seeking a full-time Executive Director to provide Christ-centered leadership to a vibrant, growing, non-profit ministry. Under the authority of the organization’s Board of Directors, the Executive Director will be responsible for:
Patient Resource Director
Works with the Executive Director to ensure the mission of Cornerstone Pregnancy Services is achieved by providing medical services administrative and staff oversight, implementation of medical services policies and facilitation all medical services and health programs.
Corporate Administrative Assistant
Responsible for assisting the Executive Director with the fulfillment of the mission and vision of Cornerstone Pregnancy Services through executive functions, events administration, and donor management. Works with Directors of Finance and Communication and Donor Relations to accomplish marketing and development goals.
Dove Medical is looking for a compassionate Nurse Practitioner with excellent critical thinking skills. The NP will care for patients and will aid in developing new care paths and expanding our services. The Position is 30 hours a week with Fri off and salaried at 75K a year with benefits.
The Marketing Coordinator drives the organization’s marketing, messaging and design. The Marketing Coordinator plays a critical role in sharing the vision of the organization with clients, donors, and the community. This position will be responsible for creating and overseeing the marketing strategy of the organization for clients and donors – this includes designing and writing content for all communication pieces and publications such as direct appeals, newsletters, e-newsletters, social media posts, brochures, promotional items, etc. Lastly, this position is responsible for leading the creative direction and programming for Choices’ events, in conjunction with the Development Director.
The Staff APRN will manage STD testing and treatment and provide limited obstetrical ultrasounds in accordance with Choices Pregnancy Resource Center’s established policies and procedures. Additionally, duties of the position will include but are not limited to; 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 clients to community resources and services; implementing new medical programs to the medical center as need arises.
Contact Michele Cheresnick at 423-805-3000 for more information or to apply. (11/12/19)
Client Discipleship/SRAE Director
Objectives of the position: To address the spiritual needs Crossroads Pregnancy Clinic’s clients and to promote sexual integrity of the youth of the community, a Client Discipleship/Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (SRAE) Director (a) will provide SRAE to the youth of its community; (b) will disciple women with unplanned pregnancies through support groups by adopting a program such as Embrace Grace; (c) will disciple single mothers through support groups by adopting a program such as Embrace Life; and (d) will provide additional discipleship programs as opportunities arise.
As an ambassador of Jesus Christ, the Client Discipleship/SRAE Director has the responsibilityA. For the overall development, implementation, and operation of Crossroads Pregnancy Clinic’s SRAE program. The program emphasizes a positive view of human sexuality and promotes risk avoidance through practicing sexual integrity, which includes monogamous marriage between one biological male and one biological female or sexual abstinence for singles. The director’s primary responsibilities include (1) providing and supervising the center’s educational programing in schools, churches, and organizations, and (2) modeling and providing student training directly to middle and high school youth.B. For the execution of (1) Client Discipleship programs, and (2) recruiting, training, and managing all support volunteers for Client Discipleship programs.
Nurse Manager (Part Time)
The Nurse Manager is responsible for direction and coordination of client medical and medical education services; the recruitment, retention and training of medical volunteers; supervision and coordination of medical volunteers; and for oversight of sonography services as a delegated agent of the Medical Director.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must be Licensed as an RN in the State of Texas (or ability to obtain Texas RN license within twelve months of hire), with five years work experience. Knowledge of accepted standards of care, operations administration and standard operating procedures. Professing believer in Jesus Christ, active in a local church, and in agreement with with Hope’s Statements of Faith and Principle.
DUTIES: Implements and monitors medical policies and procedures, including OSHA, CLIA, privacy practices, and infection control; oversees implementation by medical staff and volunteers; conducts annual review of medical Policies and Procedures in conjunction with Medical Director; trains and ensures OSHA and regulatory compliance; ensures medical equipment is properly operated and maintained; oversees and provides client ultrasound services, physician’s sonogram review, and follow up with clients in a timely manner; based on clients’ health history, provides clients with pregnancy health education; conducts follow-up with medical clients as indicated; audits client records for completeness and quality, providing monthly reports to Executive Director.
Supervised by the Medical Director under organizational leadership of the Executive Director. This is a non-exempt 16-hour per week position, paying $20 per hour. With the potential existing for increased hours, there comes potential for paid time off and insurance benefits.
Position available for RN to work 20-25 hours per week. Must be willing to be trained in sonograms at Center's expense. Will sign a two year contract. Very friendly, warm Center with a family feel, that sees approximately 75 Clients/month. Please respond by email with your resume.
Resource Center Manager
As an ambassador of Jesus Christ, the Resource Center Manager oversees the Resource Center operations and volunteers, Car Seat program, and implements other necessary Resource Center programs to meet client needs.
SOME of the QUALIFICATIONS:• Nurturing demeanor to encourage clients and help teach them life skills• Be a Certified Car Seat Technician or willing to be certified to serve as one at the Center• Have one year of experience in a helping profession serving in a dynamic position requiring initiative and self-motivation
This position is 31 hours per week, Monday through Thursday.
The Development Manager is an ambassador of Jesus Christ, who plans, implements, and coordinates community outreach and fundraising efforts, engaging the community with Options for Life in a variety of ways.
SOME of the QUALIFICATIONS:• Excellent communication skills including public speaking• Ability to build and sustain community relationships• Proficient in the use of social media for outreach• Grant writing and fundraiser planning• Previous experience with development preferred
Assistant to Vice President of Gifts & Engagement
ThriVe is seeking someone to serve as the Assistant to the Vice President of Gifts & Engagement. This person will support the VP in the coordination & management of the ministry's donor database, fundraising & celebratory events, mailings, public relations, volunteers, & other administrative duties.
ThriVe Central VA Women's Healthcare is a dynamic group of four women's health clinics/pregnancy resource centers in Central Virginia. We have been providing services in Central Virginia for over 35 years! We are searching for two Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (RDMS) for a 30-40 hour per week full time position. Would you consider joining our team?
Responsibilities will include providing limited OB ultrasound services, STI education/phlebotomy/sample processing (will train), performing patient histories and vital signs (will train) and working with patient advocate coordinators and volunteers.
Other skills needed include excellent communication skills with our patients and fellow staff, commitment to team work, attention to detail in form completion, basic computer skills, and flexibility.
Candidates need to agree with the ThriVe Statement of Faith and Statement of Principles.
Salary negotiable commensurate with experience. Benefits package provided.
We are seeking a Director with a heart for Christ, and women across North Africa, the middle East and the Indian subcontinent. This person also needs pro life, administrative , fundraising and Board experience.Lady Care is a local (Virginia) ministry with a worldwide outreach.
Over the years we have ministered to thousands of women and their families across Africa and India via short term mission trips. A ministry of Reconciliation based on 2 Cor. 5:18-20 we reconcile, equip and empower women by offering limited health care, crisis counsel (including un planned pregnancy, post abortion regret, abuse, PTSD and post trafficking) and teaching (including women's issues such as fertility, pregnancy and fetal development). Thank you for your interest.
Please see our new website for further information at https://ladycareinternational.org/.
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.
The Pregnancy Helpline and Resource Center of Janesville, Wisconsin, is actively seeking an Executive Director. The Pregnancy Helpline is a Christian pregnancy resource center supporting women and their families before, during, and after pregnancy. This is a part time position reporting to a board of directors. With a commitment to the pro-life mission of the agency, responsibilities include outreach to the Janesville community, ability to network and collaborate with other agencies, management of paid staff and volunteers, review and assessment of service demand and programming, implementation of policy development with a board of directors, involvement with local fundraising efforts, and the ability to communicate effectively orally and in written form.
Interested individuals are encouraged to apply by providing a resume including a brief statement describing what attracts you to this position, the reasons you feel you qualify, and professional references from three non-related individuals who know your professional work.
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