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Friday, December 12, 2014

Reproductive Services Coordinator, Feminist Women's Health Center, Atlanta, GA

Reproductive Services Coordinator

Posted on: December 11, 2014
Posted by: Feminist Women's Health Center

  • The Reproductive Services Coordinator oversee the daily operations of the Division of Reproductive Medicine (DRM) that offers fertility assistance through donor insemination to people who desire to start a family and seek quality and sensitive health care without unnecessary barriers.
  • The DRM Coordinator's role is to ensure a safe, quality driven environment, consistent with the Feminist Women's Health Center and Division of Reproductive Medicine missions'.
  • The DRM Coordinator works in collaboration with the Consultant/Managing Physician and the Clinic Director to maintain and promote quality assurance measures such as, client advocacy and confidentiality, adherence to state, OSHA, and CLIA guidelines.
  • The DRM Coordinator participates in administrative tasks and works with CEAN on outreach projects within the community.
The DRM Program Coordinator must:
  • Have a flexible schedule, to potentially include weekend & holiday work, as well periodically facilitate evening marketing meetings. This will also involve on-call availability via phone 7 days/wk
  • Associates/Bachelor's Degree required, or equivalent clinic work experience, with Master's degree preferred in Psychology, Counseling, or related field
  • Healthcare & medical office setting experience preferred
  • Have reliable transportation
  • Expect 35-40+ hrs a wk for DRM-related responsibilities
  • Have an unwavering commitment to reproductive choice, LGBTQ-equality, and gender freedom.
  • Adhere to and promote the DRM policies and procedures
  • Have strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Be detail-oriented and approach time-sensitive tasks required in DRM work
  • Be collaborative with all coworkers and clients
  • Be self-motivated for managing the job requirements
  • Be comfortable with & supportive of alternative family structures & diverse communities served by the DRM Program
  • Be competent in certain aspects of Next Gen, such as appointment scheduling, and skilled at administrative tasks, as well as be able to assist the lab technician, nurse practitioner, or physician with any DRM client visit

If you are interested, please contact Jane (404-929-1738) or email for more information.

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