Careers - Job Opportunities at The Pregnancy Network

Careers

We are happy to offer a variety of careers at The Pregnancy Network. We’re always looking for exceptional talent to help our team grow. Below are our available staff positions. Please follow the instructions for each position in order to be considered for employment.

Position Summary

The Health Services Manager oversees the Health Services staff and volunteers and the  administration of all medical services in Guilford and Forsyth counties, including, but not limited to, pregnancy tests, STD tests and treatments, and limited obstetrical ultrasounds. 

Other responsibilities include: assuring the provision of health services according to medical standards of care; providing education to staff and volunteers; and monitoring compliance related to the safety, infection control, confidentiality, and ongoing quality care of The Pregnancy Network. Additionally, duties include providing education on contraceptives and other relevant topics related to TPN’s services; filing appropriate paperwork/data entry; leading Health and Client Services departments in adhering to medical standards of care; upholding and implementing policies and procedures; and other duties, as assigned.

Reports to: Executive Director

Manages: RNs and Related Volunteers

Hours: Full-time (exempt); 40-50 hours/week

Pay: Based on experience

Holidays and Benefits: 12 paid holidays; paid time off (PTO) with accrual and certain carry-over by year; Retirement option (SIMPLE IRA) after 1 year of employment matched up to 3%; 98% of health care premium paid by TPN; 100% dental care paid by TPN; maternity and paternity leave options

Position Competencies

  1. Manages both the medical services systems and supporting staff with kindness, professionalism, and excellence
  2. Demonstrates competent obstetrical and gynecological knowledge 
  3. Clear understanding of how to navigate local, state, and federal laws regarding medical care and privacy
  4. Good interpersonal communication skills with a kind disposition
  5. Able to identify, develop, and mobilize medical staff and emerging leaders for medical volunteer teams
  6. Available and willing to counsel staff and volunteers, give sound biblical advice that aligns with The Pregnancy Network’s beliefs, as well as provide practical advice to help meet goals
  7. Vision-minded, while grasping how to practically implement that vision and keep detailed track of progress
  8. Demonstrates willingness and competent ability to learn new skills and teach staff and volunteers new and revised policies related to health services and medical standards of care and excellence 

Qualifications for Employment

  • Must be female
  • Must be a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, including membership in good-standing, and attendance of a local church
  • Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to the life-affirming position and sexual purity
  • Agree with and be willing to uphold the Statement of Principle, Statement of Faith and policies of The Pregnancy Network
  • Hold a current Registered Nurse license in good standing with the North Carolina Board of Nursing
  • Must comply with state and professional licensing and continuing education requirements
  • Has/maintains current CPR certification
  • At least 5 years of nursing experience; at least one year experience in managing others in a medical setting; experience related to sexual health, baby/maternal health, birth, etc., is a benefit
  • Qualified or willing to be trained in limited obstetrical ultrasound

General Expectations

  • Must be flexible in an ever-changing, ever-growing organization that requires continual adjustment
  • Honest with regard to personal situations that may affect work, or honest about limitations that may affect work, and honest feedback about the organization
  • Be in constant pursuit of humility so that you think of others as more important than yourself (Phil. 2:3)
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Maintaining a high level of excellence and professionalism, especially in difficult circumstances
  • Be available to work some nights and weekends, as needed
  • Attend all fundraising events
  • Maintain a leadership mindset to create a healthy culture within the organization

Essential Responsibilities of the Position

  • Manager Duties
    1. Work with Executive Director to set and implement goals for medical services teams
    2. Manage medical staff and volunteers in Greensboro and Winston-Salem
    3. Work together with staff to manage mobile operations
    4. Collaborate with Executive Director and other Directors to develop the vision for, and increase, health services offered to clients
    5. Conduct written and oral evaluations of managed staff on a regular basis, as well as manage, implement, and maintain policies and procedures for staff
    6. Work with Executive Director to create and manage a working budget (income/expenses) for all health services related endeavors
    7. Oversee the compilation of statistical reports, accurate record keeping, including all legal reporting requirements and health services auditing
    8. Work closely with Health and Client Services staff to ensure excellence in the care of clients

  • Client Care
    1. Manage the administration of TPN’s medical services according to medical standards of care, including pregnancy test appointments, STD appointments, limited ultrasounds, and contraception education appointments
    2. Communicate medical information clearly and compassionately with clients
    3. Step in to provide peer advocacy and services for clients, as needed

  • Administrative/Professional Duties
    1. Document clinical findings accurately, in detail
    2. Report findings and results of health service audits to the Executive Director on an as needed basis; consult Medical Directors, as needed
    3. Annual review of staff’s CPR certification and other professional certifications or licensures 
    4. Annual review of center policies and procedures, HIPAA requirements, infection control regulations, and OSHA safety procedures
    5. Drive mobile unit vehicle, as needed
    6. Ensure medical areas are cleaned, maintained, and ready for use
    7. Make and manage the RNs’ schedules based on TPN’s needs at both Greensboro and Winston-Salem locations, coordinating with Client Services staff to ensure coverage for client appointments

  • Volunteer Development
    1. Train, develop, and manage medical volunteers and client volunteers (as needed), ongoing 
    2. Manage the periodic evaluation of volunteers; pray with volunteers regularly
    3. Work with the Client Services Staff to make a monthly schedule for medical volunteers, ensuring coverage for client appointments


To apply, submit a resume and letter of intent to Elizabeth Underwood by clicking here.

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Staff Nurses will administer all medical services to clients, including pregnancy tests, STD testing and treatment, and limited obstetrical ultrasounds. Other responsibilities include: providing medical advice according to medical standards of care; providing education on contraceptives and other relevant topics related to center services; filing appropriate paperwork/data entry; leading Client Services Department in adhering to medical standards of care; upholding The Pregnancy Network’s policies and procedures; and other duties, as assigned.

Reports to: Health Services Director (Primary)

Manages: Related Volunteers

Hours: 25-30/week (Part-time)

Pay: Based on experience

Holidays and Benefits: 12 paid holidays (5 hours/holiday); 5 hours per month accrual of Paid Time Off (PTO); Retirement option (SIMPLE IRA) after 1 year of employment matched up to 3%

Position Competencies

  1. Demonstrates competent obstetrical and gynecological knowledge
  2. Clear understanding of how to navigate local, state, and federal laws regarding medical care and privacy.
  3. Good interpersonal communication skills with a kind disposition
  4. Able to identify, develop, and mobilize emerging leaders for medical volunteer teams
  5. Available and willing to counsel volunteers and give sound, biblical advice that aligns with center beliefs, as well as practical advice to help meet goals

Qualifications for Employment

  • Must be female
  • Must be a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, including membership in good-standing, and attendance of a local church
  • Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to the life-affirming position and sexual purity
  • Agree with and be willing to uphold the Statement of Principle, Statement of Faith and policies of The Pregnancy Network
  • Holds a current license in good standing with the North Carolina Board of Nursing
  • Must comply with state and professional licensing and continuing education requirements
  • Has/maintains current CPR certification
  • At least 1 year of nursing experience; experience related to sexual health, baby/maternal health, birth, etc., is a plus
  • Qualified or willing to be trained in limited obstetrical ultrasound

General Expectations

  • Must be flexible in an ever-changing, ever-growing organization that requires continual adjustment
  • Honest with regard to personal situations that may affect work, or honest about limitations that may affect work, and honest feedback about the organization
  • Be in constant pursuit of humility so that you think of others as more important than yourself (Phil. 2:3)
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Maintaining a high level of excellence and professionalism, especially in difficult circumstances
  • Be available to work some nights and weekends, as needed
  • Attend all fundraising events
  • Maintain a leadership mindset to create a healthy culture within the organization

Essential Responsibilities of the Position

  • Client Care
    1. Administer The Pregnancy Network’s medical services according to medical standards of care, including client pregnancy test appointments, STD appointments, limited ultrasounds, and contraception education appointments, in house or on the mobile ultrasound unit
    2. Communicate medical information clearly and compassionately with clients
    3. Step in to provide peer advocacy and services for clients, when necessary
    4. Call and follow-up with clients for STD treatment, as needed 
    5. Provide STD treatment


  • Administrative/Professional Duties
    1. Document clinical findings accurately, in detail
    2. Report findings regarding client care to Health Services Director 
    3. Annual review of CPR certification and other professional certifications or licensures 
    4. Drive mobile unit vehicle, as needed
    5. Ensure medical services areas are cleaned, maintained, and ready for use


  • Volunteer Development
    1. Be willing to train medical volunteers, as needed; pray with volunteers regularly

 

To apply, submit a resume and letter of intent to Elizabeth Underwood by clicking here.

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