Summary of the Position: Provide self-administered pregnancy tests to clients and be present in the room while St. Peter’s RDMS performs limited sonograms on clients.
Hours: 16 hrs/wk
Knowledge and Skill Requirements:
- Must be an RN, NP, CNM, PA, Midwife, or OB/GYN
- Be a strong relationship builder and communicator
- Experience developing and sustaining program excellence while also supporting/serving department leadership
- Demonstrate integrity
- Experience with ultrasounds a plus, but not required
- Be present with the RDMS as she provides limited ultrasounds to patients to be used in determining viability and gestational age
- Establish a compassionate environment by providing emotional, practical, and spiritual support to patients, friends, and families
- Assure quality of care by adhering to therapeutic standards and following hospital and nursing division’s philosophies and standards of care set by governing agency regulations
- Maintain safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations
- Protect patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols, medication administration and storage procedures, and controlled-substance regulations
- Maintain patient confidence and protect operations by keeping information confidential
Please e-mail resume and cover letter to Meredith Stone, Director of Client Services, at email@example.com.
Male Program Director
Summary of the Position: The Male Program Director (MPD) will assist the Client Services Director (CSD) in all administrative duties that support the integration of men into all volunteer, pregnancy, and after-abortion support programs. The MPD will recruit and manage the Center’s male volunteers. In addition, the MPD will provide direct client care as needed.
Reports to: Client Services Director
Supervises: Male Client Advocate Volunteers
Knowledge and Skill Requirements: The ability to successfully motivate and manage diverse personalities and performances, good interpersonal skills, good communication, innovative thinking, and good problem-solving skills.
- Conduct client appointments as needed
- Process all male client advocate volunteer applications through interviews to determine if volunteers are a good fit for the position
- Work closely with the Assistant Client Services Director (ACSD) during training for male volunteers and supervise to ensure volunteers are actively listening to clients and providing good client care. MPD will provide support to volunteer advocates as needed.
- Effectively and creatively compose and distribute internal and external correspondence
- Provide support to the Client Services Director in her role to manage client programs and flow, demographics, and reports for leadership/Board
- Review confidential client files and provide suggestions of support and services as needed
- Maintain Male Client Referrals/Resources, ensuring it is updated and accurate
- Work closely with ACSD to ensure men are fully integrated into all programs
- Other duties as may be required
Summary of the position: The Advancement Associate helps provide support for the comprehensive fundraising and church-relationship activities of our growing Advancement department. This support includes handling mailings, setting up fundraising campaigns, entering donations and managing donor files in our CRM, helping with events, acting as the lead on developing church relationships, and providing administrative support to 2-3 senior staff members for advancement-related activities. Administrative support includes fielding telephone calls, drafting personalized letters and e-mails to donors, receiving and directing visitors, helping manage giving programs (Avail: Equip and Avail: Invest), and managing senior staff schedules and fundraising priorities.
Hours: Full-time/40 hours-per-week
Reports to: President
Organization Team: The position is part of the Advancement Department.
Knowledge and Skill Requirements:
- Excellent work ethic and motivation
- Oral and writing communications skills, including strong grammar and ability to present on behalf of Avail
- Curiosity and good judgment
- Discretion in handling confidential information
- Passion for Avail’s mission and ability to promote and communicate the philosophy, mission, and values of the organization to external and internal stakeholders (i.e., donors, supporters, clients, volunteers, and churches)
- Ability to lead Biblical devotions and prayer times, communicate Christian doctrinal principles, and defend the Christian faith
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in business, non-profit management, or related field such as communications, public relations, or marketing
- Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, experience with QuickBooks, and experience or willingness to learn donor-database software
- Desire to increase knowledge or build a career in nonprofit organizational advancement
- Christian-nonprofit fund-development or marketing experience is a plus
- Set up fundraising pages and campaigns in Funraise software
- Process all donations
- Enter donations into Avail’s CRM, manage and update donor contact information, and pull reports
- Report weekly on donations to Advancement staff and ensure timely donor recognition
- Write copy for and handle the mailing of donor-acknowledgement letters and receipts as requested by Advancement leadership
- Organize mass mailings for Christmas cards and spring-benefit invitations (order stamps, print labels, acquire volunteers to help with mailing, etc.)
- May be asked to assist in light bookkeeping, including bank reconciliations and donors’ tax-deduction mailings
- Work closely with the Advancement team to plan high-quality donor events, including Avail’s annual spring benefit, and work at major events as assigned, which may include weekends and evenings
- Serve as the point person for organizing the silent auction and volunteers for Avail’s annual spring benefit
- Serve as the point person for Avail’s Young Supporters initiatives
- Attend events in the community as a representative of Avail as requested.
- Coordinate, assist, and implement church-outreach efforts
- Manage church donation records, create fundraising reports, and oversee church-donation acknowledgements
- Take the lead on planning an annual luncheon to educate pastors within the greater New York City area on Avail’s work
- Work with the Manager of Communications and/or Manager of Marketing to develop marketing materials (print, digital, video) for church-outreach purposes
- Speak on behalf of Avail at churches as requested
Please e-mail resume to Chris May, Chief Operating Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.