PPLM has been a leader in promoting sexual health for more than 80 years. We believe that all people deserve the information and expert services to make informed, personal decisions that affect their health, their lives and their futures. We are the state’s leading provider of sexual and reproductive health services. We educate families and empower youth to make responsible choices that lead to healthier lives. We advocate for policies that improve sexual health.
The Call Center Patient Services Specialist (PSS) provides telephone response to all calls placed to the centralized call center of Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, which serves seven PPLM health centers and PPLM’s administrative offices. The Call Center PSS schedules appointments, fields inquiries about PPLM services, and triages phone calls to clinical and administrative staff as appropriate, while providing excellent customer service. The PSS works collaboratively with health center staff to ensure that patients are scheduled accurately, know what expect during their visit to the health center, and understand payment requirements.
Some college or advanced study in human services preferred.
Prior computer experience (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) required.
Previous experience with electronic health records strongly preferred.
Previous experience working in a health care setting strongly preferred.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to communicate information efficiently and effectively.
Ability to maintain pleasant manner under pressure
Ability to handle detailed work with precision and accuracy.
Ability to work in a team environment.
Commitment to customer service and satisfaction.
Bilingual skills required.
Planned Parenthood offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes; Health and Dental insurance, retirement savings, a generous vacation package, flexible spending accounts, and many additional benefits.
Planned Parenthood is an equal opportunity employer.
Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW) prepares, trains, and places women in careers in the skilled construction, utility, and maintenance trades, helping women achieve economic independence and a secure future. Founded in 1978, NEW is a sector-based workforce development program that focuses on placing women in skilled, unionized jobs in the trades with starting wages averaging $17 per hour, benefits, and a path to higher-wage employment. NEW is the longest-running program of its kind in the nation, and has helped thousands of New York City women secure skilled, unionized jobs in the construction, transportation, and utilities industries. NEW is experiencing a period of unprecedented growth and expects to expand its programs significantly over the next few years.
The Executive Assistant provides administrative support to the President and other staff, and maintains NEW’s Training Facility. This position reports to the President and the Operations and Grants Manager. The Executive Assistant duties include:
Maintain Executive calendar and assist with the collection and preparation of materials for meetings, events, and deadlines;
Receive, open, and distribute all mail;
Serve as liaison to the Board of Directors and prepare Board mailings and minutes;
Organize and maintain executive, foundation, communications, contract, vendor and board files;
Manage off-site file archives;
Assist with communications efforts including creating press clips and press kits, ordering communications materials, and handling press calls and photo shoots;
Process invoices and check requests for President and Finance Director, when needed;
Monitor office supply and cleaning supply inventory and place all staff orders;
Manage job postings and responses;
Responsible for building management, including management of building maintenance vendors, scheduling of repairs, overseeing cleaning contract, and maintaining keys.
The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and flexible. S/he has excellent interpersonal skills, and enjoys working with a variety of people. S/he also possesses the ability to take initiative, work independently, multi-task, and prioritize responsibilities. NEW seeks candidates with the following qualifications and experience:
B.A. or B.S. degree
Previous background in non-profit, fundraising, or job training programs a plus
Excellent organizational skills
Ability to prioritize in a fast-paced team environment and meet deadlines
Computer proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access
Interest in non-profit management and development fields a plus
WORLD PULSE is an action media network powered by women from 185 countries. We believe that when women are heard, they will transform the world.
Our mission is to lift and unite women’s voices to accelerate their impact for the world. Through our growing web-based platform, women are speaking out and connecting to create solutions from the frontlines of today’s most pressing issues. With a focus on grassroots women change leaders, our programs nurture community, provide media and empowerment training, and broadcast rising voices to influential forums.
World Pulse was founded as a non-profit social media enterprise in 2003 by Jensine Larsen, an international journalist who reported on indigenous movements and ethnic cleansing in South America and Southeast Asia. With a core team based in Portland, Oregon, World Pulse works with hundreds of volunteers from around the world and is supported by an international community of grassroots women leaders, contributing members and visionary philanthropists.
VOF Program Manager
Reports to: Program Director
Works directly with: Online Community Manager, Campaigns Manager, Editorial Manager, Finance and Development teams.
Oversees: Voices of Our Future Program Coordinator.
The Voices of Our Future (VOF) Program Manager is a highly professional and innovative individual who plans, implements and expands VOF, World Pulse’s online training program in new media, citizen journalism and empowerment for grassroots women leaders.
The VOF Program Manager works closely with all other World Pulse Program Managers as well as the Program Director to ensure the smooth and integrated delivery of our flagship training program. S/he will ensure that VOF continues to be a reputable program that equips women with the skills they need to vocalize and actualize their visions for change. S/he will explore, strategize and implement the expansion of VOF training modules, outreach training and tools for use by the broader Online Community and steward training and outreach toolkit development and implementation. S/he works closely with program partners and the Development team to maximize resources.
Candidates should be passionate about World Pulse’s mission, possess an outgoing and encouraging nature, relish networking, organizing and directing volunteers, have excellent communication and writing skills, and enjoy empowering others to actualize and vocalize their visions for a better world.
Duties/Responsibilities-Voices of Our Future
Program development and management
(Lead) Create annual workplan and communicate key dates to entire team
(Lead) Refine and expand (as needed) VOF curriculum and program design
(Lead) Develop strategy for and implement expansion of VOF learning modules and outreach model to broader community
(Lead) Learning strategy and curation of e-learning and toolkit development for Online Community & WP.com.
(Lead) Plan and create e-communications in partnership with Technology team
(Support-Lead should be associate) Recruit and train Listeners for application process (120+)
(Lead) Recruit and train Vision Mentors (with advisor/program partner) and Editorial Midwives (60)
(Lead) Identify volunteer recruitment needs; (Support) recruit and manage program volunteers
(Lead) Work closely with key organizations to communicate VOF application opportunity to networks of grassroots women leaders
(Lead) Launch and run program application and training
(Lead) Selection process for correspondents
(Lead) Orientation training for correspondents
(Lead) Work with Safety and Security Advisor to review safety and security issues/concerns for correspondents
(Lead) selection process for World Pulse Live Tour
(Lead) Maintain program partnerships that enhance richness and impact of program for participants and research potential new partners.
(Lead) Effectively manage Voices of Our Future Program Coordinator and program volunteers; Build Coordinator’s capacity and assist in identifying professional development areas and opportunities.
(Lead) Provide guidance, encouragement and leadership to all correspondents, Vision Mentors, Editorial Midwives and partners during program
(Lead in tandem with other PMs)Ensure integration of VOF with all other World Pulse programs
(Lead) Manage departmental budget
(Lead) Actively participate in measuring and collecting data as set forth in VOF and organizational logframes and reporting calendar and assist Program Director in M&E efforts as needed.
(Support) Work with Development team to create and maintain VOF grants calendar, meeting deadlines for LOIs, and writing reports
Contribute to meeting of network/traffic growth goals through outreach activities and social media efforts.
Be active on World Pulse's Onlien Community
Participate in events and represent World Pulse
Participate in weekly team meetings
Actively participate in strategic planning sessions and contribute to the long-term vision and sustainability of World Pulse
Adhere to and understand role in safety and security guidelines
As a global organization, team members must be available occasionally to conduct work outside of PST office hours with prior notice.
Actively contribute to a positive working environment that fosters honesty, professionalism, creativity and caring
Ensure the integration of programs with all other departments, capitalizing on areas for collaboration.
The key attributes for this position include:
Program management experience
Online learning, training and outreach experience
Experience in developing countries
Knowledge in women’s empowerment and gender programing
Knowledge of new media and citizen journalism sectors
Knowledge of women’s empowerment through technology and strong technology background
Attention to detail and deadlines
Strategic analysis skills
High level of professionalism and responsibility
Ability to deal with uncertainty and work under tight deadlines
Flexibility to work outside of normal office hours as needed
Ability to contribute individually, and lead, manage or participate in cross-functional teams
Ability to be personable, humorous, humble, bold and encouraging in an online community
Excellent writing and verbal communication skills
Comfortable with online learning environments
Strong skills in communicating World Pulse mission as well as maintaining World Pulse editorial style in communications with stakeholders
Experience in creating or maintaining websites/blogs
Refugee Women's Alliance (ReWA) is a nationally recognized multi-ethnic nonprofit organization that provides award-winning services to refugee and immigrant women and their families in King and Snohomish Counties. (www.rewa.org)
ReWA currently has an immediate opening for a Development and Events Associate. This full-time benefited position is responsible for managing donor related activities and the agency’s overall communications function including the annual report, newsletters and website. This position is also responsible for ReWA’s annual gala and other celebratory and recognition events that promote, maintain and nurture the agency’s relationships with the community, its stakeholders, sponsors and donors.
ReWA offers a positive, respectful work environment with an outstanding culture. We value cultural diversity, inclusion, and teamwork. At the core of our employment philosophy is that everyone should be treated with dignity and respect. Our employees are recognized and rewarded for performance and extra effort. We are committed to ensuring that our people, programs and services reflect the diversity of the people and communities we serve.
ReWA's excellent benefit package includes medical and dental insurance, paid holidays, paid vacation, sick leave, and a 403(b) retirement plan.
So, if a challenging and rewarding position sounds exciting to you, consider this opportunity with ReWA!
Manage donor database.
Create and oversee implementation of annual fund mailing schedule.
Develop, manage and coordinate activities to reach existing and new donors.
Track and report on success of solicitation strategies.
Assist program Directors in developing strategies for communicating program accomplishments with stakeholders.
Responsible for acknowledgement of all donations.
Develop and ensure consistency in messaging and branding in both internal and external communications by providing editorial, style and delivery assistance to staff and stakeholders
Develop effective outreach materials for staff to conduct program outreach.
Create and develop quality annual report, bi-annual newsletters, monthly e-newsletters, flyers, brochures and outreach materials.
Provide direction for ReWA’s website structure, ensuring that new information is regularly added to the site.
Manage communication files including photo, audio and video management and news clippings.
Work primarily with the Executive Director, Annual Gala Committee and staff to set fundraising goals and planning for the agency’s annual gala.
Oversee design, printing and distribution of informational materials targeted to achieving attendance goals.
Research and secure sponsorships and in-kind donations for the annual gala.
Oversee annual fundraising event budget.
Update and maintenance of ReWA’s social media sites, including Facebook page.
Site procurement and coordination; serve as primary contact for event venue.
Enlist, assign and oversee volunteers for event planning assistance, preparation, actual event, and event wrap-up.
Organize, publicize, and coordinate agency’s events, including Programs’ events.
Coordinate other fundraising activities such as house parties.
In collaboration with management and staff, plan and implement the annual International Women’s Day.
Responsible for coordination and implementation of the annual Refugee and Immigrant Legislative Day.
Attend program and staff meetings and training.
Other related duties as assigned by Executive Director.
Three years’ experience in donor management and event planning.
Proven ability in composing quality written materials, including newsletters and annual report.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent research capabilities.
Proven experience in web-site management.
Experience working with major and individual donors, special events, marketing and media.
Strong computer skills including knowledge of MS Office and Web competency.
Must be a self–starter, motivator and implementer with excellent leadership, teambuilding, and team ethics.
Creative problem-solving and ability to work in a fast-paced environment and on multiple projects simultaneously.
Attention to detail and highly organized.
Strong desire to grow in the development field.
Experience in graphic design and layout a plus.
Demonstrated commitment to refugee and immigrant advocacy.
Willingness to work a flexible schedule as needed including some evenings and weekends.
Ability to work in a multiethnic environment; sensitivity to and respect for diverse cultures.
Ability to work effectively with Board members, staff, and volunteers.
Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and to work in a fast-paced environment.