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Careers

Check out the job opportunities at the Care Center.

 

Positions Available

We’re always looking for exceptional talent to help our team grow at the Care Center. Below are our available staff positions. Please follow the instructions for each position in order to be considered for employment.

Fundraiser - Advancement Coordinator

Position Summary

The Advancement Coordinator is primarily a fundraising position, working with the Director to raise funds through fundraising events, campaigns and major gifts. Duties will include outreach to current and past donors, potential new donors, administrative duties related to donor management, and other duties as assigned.

Reports to: Advancement Director (Primary); Executive Director (Secondary)

Manages: 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 GPCC; 100% dental care paid by GPCC; maternity and paternity leave options.

 

Position Competencies

  1. Not afraid to ask people for money
  2. Ability to network with new community partners as potential donors
  3. Ability to create, implement, and improve systems of organization; detail-oriented
  4. Excellent communication and administrative skills
  5. Able to identify and develop emerging leaders for fundraising volunteer teams
  6. Available and willing to counsel volunteer team leaders and give sound, biblical advice that aligns with center beliefs, as well as practical fundraising advice to help meet goals

 

Qualifications for Employment

  • 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 Care Center
  • Prior experience in sales or fundraising, major gifts, fundraising events, direct mailings, and/or capital campaigns is preferred
  • Have at least one year of experience as a volunteer in some ministry capacity

 

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 with a friendly disposition
  • Maintaining a high level of excellence and professionalism
  • Be available to work some nights and weekends, as needed
  • Must attend all fundraising events
  • Strong sense of initiative, with the ability to manage a variety of key initiatives at the same time
  • Must raise $200,000 in new money during first year of employment, with a 20% increase every subsequent year

 

Essential Responsibilities of the Position

Fundraising:

      1. Identify and contact new and prospective donors
      2. Lead in contacting and securing sponsors for fundraising events; includes approaching individuals, businesses, churches and other organizations for sponsorships, donations, and appointments in an organized way
      3. Follow-up with donors and sponsors regarding fundraising opportunities and important information, as needed
      4. Work with fundraising staff to develop a plan to raise $200,000 new money during their first year of employment with a 20% increase every subsequent year.

Logistics and Admin Support:

    1. Work with the Advancement Director to schedule appointments with current, new, and past donors; keep detailed notes
    2. Work with the Advancement Director on logistics for fundraising events before, during and after, including thank you letters, mailings, data entry, etc.
    3. Maintain records of donor information in logistical sheets and donor management system
    4. Ensure that all legal reporting requirements are satisfied

Volunteer Development:

  1. Help recruit and continually develop volunteers for fundraising teams
  2. Meet one-on-one with volunteers or in small groups to help them grow as fundraisers

 

Steps To Apply

Email your current résumé and cover letter to Advancement Director, Priscilla Martin. To email Priscilla, click here. She will respond with next steps, if applicable.

 

RDMS

Position Summary

RDMS (Ultrasound Technicians) will support medical services rendered to clients by conducting limited obstetrical ultrasounds for Greensboro Pregnancy Care Center on the mobile ultrasound unit and in-house at the Care Center. Responsibilities include providing limited obstetrical ultrasounds according to medical standards of care; filing appropriate paperwork/data entry; upholding Care Center policies and procedures; engaging with clients; other duties, as assigned.

Reports to: Health Services Director (Primary); Associate Executive Director (Secondary)

Manages: Related Volunteers

Hours: 25/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 knowledge in limited obstetrical ultrasounds
  2. Good interpersonal communication skills with a kind disposition
  3. Able to identify, develop, and mobilize emerging leaders for medical volunteer teams
  4. 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 Care Center
  • Must have RDMS credentials; certified, registered, and active
  • Hold/maintain CPR certification
  • Must comply with state and professional standards and continuing education requirements
  • At least 1 year of RDMS experience; experience related to prenatal and obstetrical ultrasound is a plus

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 when rendering services to a client
  • 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 limited OB ultrasounds according to medical standards of care, and as directed by our medical board of directors
    2. Communicate clearly and compassionately with clients
    3. Step in to provide peer advocacy and services for clients, when necessary
    4. Compassionately discuss fetal development with the client during the ultrasound to help the client understand the gestational development of her baby and how that would impact her decision/intentions for the pregnancy

Administrative/Professional Duties:

    1. Document clinical findings accurately, and in accordance with standards of care, in detail, indicating concern for the viability of pregnancy and health of the mother
    2. Report findings to RN and/or Health Services Director on an as needed basis; consult Health Services Director and Medical Directors, as needed
    3. Review/renewal of CPR certification and other professional certifications or licensures annually, or as required
    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 services areas are cleaned, maintained, and ready for use

Volunteer Development:

    1. Ensure all medical volunteers recruited are being developed appropriately to serve clients with excellence
    2. Be willing to train medical volunteers, as needed; pray with volunteers regularly

Steps To Apply

Email your current resume and a cover letter to Carter Mundy. To email Carter, click here. He will respond with next steps, if applicable. 

Internship
Much like our volunteer positions, internships are very helpful to the mission of the Care Center. Depending on your experience and school requirements, we will place you in the appropriate department of our ministry (client services, community outreach, fundraising, communications, graphic design, etc.). These committed positions may be paid or unpaid, depending on circumstance. Either way, an internship will help develop candidates for greater success in a future professional setting. We love pouring into the next generation of laborers!

Steps to Apply

Follow these steps to be considered for an internship:

  1. Contact us at 336-274-4901 to begin the process.
  2. Staff will ask for a letter of intent and resumé.
  3. If you are qualified to proceed, will be given an internship application to complete.
  4. Following the application process, you will be contacted for a formal interview.
  5. A final consideration and formal letter of acceptance will be written for those candidates who qualify.
  6. If you are accepted, you must participate in the Care Center’s intensive volunteer training, with further training, as needed.

336-274-4901

Call us, or fill out the contact form, if you have questions about how you can help financially partner with us.

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Monday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Tuesday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm

Wednesday: 10:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm

Friday: 10:00am - 3:00pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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