Jobs

We are always looking for talented people who are passionate and committed to reproductive health, rights and justice. If this sounds like you, we would love to have you join our team.

Feminist TeamTo apply to one of our job openings, please provide the following for consideration to jobs@feministcenter.org:

  • A cover letter demonstrating your commitment to reproductive health, rights, and justice*;
  • Professional resume*.

*PDF attachments only.

 

Current Openings

Community Outreach Manager

 Job Type: Full-Time

Salary: $19.23/hour

Reports to: Director of Community Engagement

Overview: The Community Outreach Manager is responsible for overseeing Feminist Women’s Health Center’s community-based engagement and movement-building programs. Using innovation and creativity, the Community Outreach Manager supports program staff to identify and provide opportunities for volunteer and community engagement in order to strengthen the movements for reproductive health, rights and justice. The Community Outreach Manager is responsible for managing the organization’s customer relations management (CRM) system. A minimum of professional working proficiency (https://www.icls.edu/foreignlanguage-programs/ilr-proficiency-levels/) in Spanish and English is required.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A minimum of professional working proficiency (https://www.icls.edu/foreignlanguage-programs/ilr-proficiency-levels/) in Spanish and English is required.
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience working in community outreach and/or organizing. Experience in civic engagement, voter education, and grassroots organizing is preferred.
  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice, reproductive justice, racial justice and queer & trans liberation.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills. Public speaking, training and
    facilitation, and curriculum development experience preferred.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and ability to learn additional software programs.
  • Experience with customer relations management (CRM) systems highly preferred.
  • Strong work ethic and positive approach, with a willingness to be flexible and see projects
    through to completion.
  • Attention to detail with excellent team building and creative problem solving skills.
  • Ability to lead and work effectively with a small team and skilled in relationship and consensus building.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively, adapt as needed, self-manage, and prioritize
    between and manage multiple demands.
  • Ability & willingness to accommodate a flexible schedule, including some nights & weekends.
  • Willingness to travel.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Manages and oversees implementation of FWHC’s education, outreach, civic engagement, and grassroots organizing programs and activities to engage current and new volunteers and to increase activism.
  • Identifies creative opportunities to increase the visibility of and participation in the organization’s programs and services through site-based engagement and education
  • Works in thought partnership with the Director of Community Engagement to map and execute the community outreach program’s strategic vision and goals.
  •  Manage the goals, objectives, expected outcomes, and evaluation of outreach activities. Oversee the creation and development of program-related materials and activities as well as any outcome measures or evaluation activities.
  • Collaborates with program staff to understand organizational needs and priorities for base member and volunteer recruitment.
  • Oversees work with community partners to attract and engage base members and volunteers.
  • Manages CRM system and ensures that relevant CEAN, Marketing and Communications, and Development staff receive up to date trainings.
  • Engages with new & current partners and allies, including cultivating partnerships with community organizers, key constituencies, and organizations, particularly those working at the intersections of race and gender or in support of reproductive health, rights, and justice.
  • Oversees work to connect program participants to direct services and resources at the Cliff Valley Clinic and other community partners through collaborative events and special projects.
  • Represents FWHC in education, outreach, civic engagement, and grassroots organizing coalition and community partnership work.
  • Develops strategies for reaching geographic and identity-based communities that reflect the communities served by the organization and its clinic.

    Other Responsibilities: This position, as with all roles at the Feminist Women’s Health Center, includes upholding the philosophy and mission of the organization by:

    •  Maintaining work performance consistent with the organization’s policies and procedures.
    • Demonstrating an ability to work well with diverse groups of people.
    • Maintaining a high degree of professional ethics to include confidentiality of all client, donor,
      volunteer & employee information.
    • Utilizing work time efficiently and with integrity.
    • Contributing to self-development and professional growth by seeking opportunities to learn through
      journals, seminars or special programs and sharing learning with others.
    • Communicating effectively with the Executive Director on the status of work in progress, including
      written status reports and staff meetings.
    • Completing projects and work assignments as assigned by deadlines.

     

    Grassroots Organizing Coordinator

     Job Type: Full-Time

    Salary: $17.00/hour

    Reports to: Community Outreach Manager

    Overview: The Grassroots Organizing Coordinator is responsible for managing FWHC’s voter registration, civic engagement, and grassroots organizing activities. The Organizing Coordinator identifies, trains, and provides opportunities for community and volunteer development in order to strengthen the movements for reproductive health, rights and justice. The Grassroots Organizing Coordinator supports other Community Education & Advocacy Network (CEAN) programs, including leadership development, legislative advocacy, and other education and outreach projects. The Grassroots Organizing Coordinator is responsible for representing the CEAN department in our community.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • A minimum of professional working proficiency (https://www.icls.edu/foreignlanguage-programs/ilr-proficiency-levels/) in Spanish and English is required.
    • Minimum 2 years’ experience working in community outreach and/or organizing. Experience in civic engagement, voter education, and grassroots organizing is preferred.
    • Demonstrated commitment to social justice, reproductive justice, racial justice and queer & trans liberation.
    • Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills. Public speaking, training and
      facilitation, and curriculum development experience preferred.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and ability to learn additional software programs.
    • Experience with customer relations management (CRM) systems highly preferred.
    • Strong work ethic and positive approach, with a willingness to be flexible and see projects
      through to completion.
    • Attention to detail with excellent team building and creative problem solving skills.
    • Ability to lead and work effectively with a small team and skilled in relationship and consensus building.
    • Ability to work independently and collaboratively, adapt as needed, self-manage, and prioritize
      between and manage multiple demands.
    • Ability & willingness to accommodate a flexible schedule, including some nights & weekends.
    • Willingness to travel.

    Responsibilities and Duties:

    Voter Registration and Civic Engagement:

    • Assist with the development and coordination of voter registration, GOTV, and civic engagement organizing strategies and activities
    • Recruit, orient, and engage supporters and volunteers and activate them into community outreach and grassroots advocacy activities
    • Recruit, orient, and engage supporters and volunteers and activate them into organizational support activities, in coordination with Leadership Development Manager
    • Assist with identifying key constituencies or community partners and cultivating partnerships in support of reproductive rights, health and justice
    • Represent FWHC in coalitions, tables, community events, speaking engagements, and other functions as deemed appropriate by the Community Outreach Manager
    • Maintain files and ensure timely data input of base-member records
    • Supervise quality control and delivery of voter registration, GOTV, and GOTC cards
    • Create content for the FWHC website, social media, alerts, listserv messages, etc., with support from Marketing and Communications staff

    Advocacy & Base Building:

    • Assist with the development and coordination of grassroots organizing strategies and activities
    • Assist with mobilizing new activists and increasing activism among existing members, in coordination with Public Affairs Coordinator
    • Assist with identifying key contacts in targeted communities, developing leaders on the ground, and implementing mobilization strategies, in coordination with Public Affairs Manager
    • Administer and maintain records for FWHC’s email outreach and advocacy network, database, customer relationship management system (EveryAction), etc.
    • Create timelines/task lists and implement grassroots advocacy activities such as lobby days, rallies, mailing parties, letter-writing campaigns, and house parties, in coordination with Public Affairs Manager
    • Plan and implement external volunteer engagement activities such as tabling, community events, and other activities
    • Coordinate and connect program participants to direct services and resources at the Cliff Valley Clinic and other community partners
    • Work on special projects as assigned

    Other Responsibilities: This position, as with all roles at the Feminist Women’s Health Center, includes upholding the philosophy and mission of the organization by:

    • Maintaining work performance consistent with the policies and procedures.
    • Demonstrating an ability to work well with diverse groups of people.
    • Maintaining a high degree of professional ethics, which includes confidentiality of all client, donor, volunteer & employee information, business strategies, etc.
    • Utilizing work time efficiently and with integrity.
    • Contributing to a positive team environment through reliability and accountability; communicating positively and assertively; & appreciating and recognizing your team members.
    • Contributing to self-development and professional growth by seeking opportunities to learn through journals, seminars or special programs and shares learning with others.
    • Communicating effectively with supervisors on the status of work in progress, including written status reports and staff meetings.
    • Completing projects and work assignments as assigned by deadlines.
    • Communicating questions about work assignments or deadlines to supervisors.

    Position will be reviewed annually on adherence to and performance in job functions as outlined on an annual basis and may be modified as a result. The Grassroots Organizing Coordinator will actively contribute to the development of this position and its function within the organization.

    Registered Nurse (Full Time)

    Job Type: Full-time

    Reports to: Clinic Director & Nurse Supervisor

    Salary: $28.00 to $29.00 /hour

     Candidate may be required to work some Saturdays.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing with current licensure in the state of Georgia
    • Demonstrates knowledge and competency in clinical skills, procedures, and equipment pertinent to the practice of GYN/Abortion care. Transgender friendly is required.
    • Commitment to reproductive health, rights, and justice is required.
    • Upbeat, positive, personable, and ability to relate well with diverse people and age groups is required.
    • Assumes the responsibility of annual CPR certification as mandated by FWHC’s policy.
    • Ability to remain on feet for long hours and physically lift to transfer patients.
    • Ability to provide care and information in a supportive, respectful and non-judgmental manner.
    • Flexibility in handling multiple tasks, prioritizing tasks under pressure and working in different areas.
    • Ability to take direction, follow directions and to make judgment decisions within the scope of assigned task.
    • Bilingual in Spanish is a plus, but not required.

    Responsibilities and Duties:

    • Performs pre-operative assessment, including reviewing the client’s medical history, listening to heart and lungs, and inserting I.V.’s.
    • Reports any complications to the Clinic Director, Nurse Supervisor & attending physician, and responds to emergencies per FWHC policy and procedures.
    • Maintains the crash cart and emergency supplies.
    • Prepares aftercare room to receive clients, being sure ample supplies are available, emergency equipment is available, and functioning properly. Monitors post-operative / post-anesthesia clients until discharge and remains until the last client is discharged.
    • Maintains accurate, complete, and legible records of nursing observations and nursing care, and reviews clients’ charts prior to discharge to ensure completion.
    • Assists in maintaining good clinic flow.
    • Takes patient calls regarding lab results and post abortion concerns. Communicates with Clinic Administrator and MD to provide appropriate follow up care.
    • Lists drugs and supplies when needed on order list. Takes responsibility to sign in new drugs and sign out narcotics with another RN or a manager, making sure the count is correct.
    • Maintains confidentiality of all client & clinic-related information consistent with HIPAA and FWHC policies.
    • Rotates responsibility for the “on call” cell phone and the RN “night call” for second trimester cases.
    • Ensures with a high level of consciousness and constant vigilance that each client receives the quality health care needed within the scope of clinic services and FWHC policies, procedures and guidelines, and ensuring that necessary safety precautions are taken.
    • Is a role model for peers and actively promotes professional growth by sharing knowledge, participating in conferences and teaching new employees.
    • Works effectively with clinic staff and physicians; possessing tact, discretion, diplomacy & professionalism.

    Upholds Feminist Center’s values by:

    • Maintaining work performance consistent with the policies and procedures
    • Demonstrating an ability to work well with diverse groups of people.
    • Maintaining a high degree of professional ethics, which includes confidentiality of all client, volunteer & employee information, business strategies, etc.
    • Utilizing work time efficiently and with integrity.
    • Contributing to a positive team environment through reliability and accountability; communicating positively and assertively; &appreciating and recognizing your team members.
    • Communicating effectively with supervisors on the status of work in progress, including written status reports and staff meetings.
    • Completing projects and work assignments as assigned by deadlines.
    • Communicating questions about work assignments or deadlines to supervisors.

     

    Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

    Job Type: Part-time

    Reports to: Clinic Administrator & Nurse Manager

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Graduate of an approved Licensed Practical Nurse Program with current licensure in the state of Georgia
    • Demonstrates knowledge and competency in required clinical skills, procedures, and equipment pertinent to the practice of GYN/Abortion care. Transgender friendly is required.
    • Commitment to reproductive health, rights, and justice is required.
    • Upbeat, positive, personable, and ability to relate well with diverse people and age groups is required.
    • Assumes the responsibility of annual CPR certification as mandated by FWHC’s policy.
    • Ability to remain on feet for long hours and physically lift to transfer patients.
    • Ability to provide care and information in a supportive, respectful and non-judgmental manner.
    • Flexibility in handling multiple tasks, prioritizing tasks under pressure and working in different areas.
    • Ability to take direction, follow directions and to make judgment decisions within the scope of assigned task.
    • Bilingual in Spanish is a plus, but not required.

    Responsibilities and Duties:

    • Helps RN to perform pre-operative assessment when needed, including reviewing the client’s medical history, listening to heart and lungs, and inserting I.V.’s.
    • Reports any complications to the Clinic Administrator, Nurse Supervisor, & attending physician responds to emergencies per FWHC policy and procedures.
    • Assists RN in aftercare room to receive clients, being sure ample supplies are available, emergency equipment is available, and functioning properly. Monitors post-operative / post-anesthesia clients until discharge and remains until the last client is discharged.
    • Maintains accurate, complete, and legible records of nursing observations and nursing care, and reviews clients’ charts prior to discharge to ensure completion.
    • Assists in maintaining good clinic flow.
    • Takes patient calls regarding lab results and post-abortion concerns. Communicates with Clinic Administrator, Nurse Manager, and MD to provide appropriate follow up care.
    • Lists drugs and supplies when needed on order list.
    • Maintains confidentiality of all client & clinic-related information consistent with HIPAA and FWHC policies.
    • Ensures with a high level of consciousness and constant vigilance that each client receives the quality health care needed within the scope of clinic services and FWHC policies, procedures and guidelines, and ensuring that necessary safety precautions are taken.
    • Is a role model for peers and actively promotes professional growth by sharing knowledge, participating in conferences and teaching new employees.
    • Works effectively with clinic staff, RNs, and physicians; possessing tact, discretion, diplomacy & professionalism.

    Upholds Feminist Center’s values by:

    • Maintaining work performance consistent with the policies and procedures
    • Demonstrating an ability to work well with diverse groups of people.
    • Maintaining a high degree of professional ethics, which includes confidentiality of all client, volunteer & employee information, business strategies, etc.
    • Utilizing work time efficiently and with integrity.
    • Contributing to a positive team environment through reliability and accountability; communicating positively and assertively; &appreciating and recognizing your team members.
    • Communicating effectively with supervisors on the status of work in progress, including written status reports and staff meetings.
    • Completing projects and work assignments as assigned by deadlines.
    • Communicating questions about work assignments or deadlines to supervisors.