PRN Nurse/Nurse Sonographer

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OBJECTIVE

 To provide, as needed (PRN) nursing, to Clarity Clinic of Southwest WI., LTD. to maintain clinical operations when regular nursing staff is not available or additional nursing staff is needed. 

 

REPORTS TO

Nurse Manager and Executive Director in the Nurse Manager's absence

HOURS

PRN staff must be prepared to sign up for a minimum of 2 days per month. More detail is provided below. Clarity Clinic is open for clients Monday, Tuesday and Friday from 9:00AM - 4:00PM

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Be a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord

  2. Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to sexual risk avoidance and life-affirming principles

  3. Agree with and be willing to uphold the Statement of Principle, Statement of Faith, and policies of the CCSWWI

  4. Be able to provide leadership and support to the volunteers within your role

  5. Have strong organizational skills and writing skills

  6. Effective presentations with the use of computer programs

  7. Prefer previous event planning experience or knowledge/skills that would align closely with what is needed. 

  8. Exhibit professional appearance and presentation, effective speech and direction, with courtesy to all groups and donors

  9. Be able to carry out responsibilities with little or no supervision

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1. PRN Nurses/Nurse Sonographers will provide patient care through pregnancy tests, STD tests, pregnancy option consultation and limited OB ultrasounds. If you are not currently trained in sonography (RDMS) we will pay for your training if you commit to a two year contract. 

2. PRN staff are required to either attend meetings in person or read and sign off on All Staff Meeting and/or Medical Clinic Staff Meeting notes during their next shift. 

3. PRN staff will be required to maintain skills and competencies pertinent to their position and scope of practice. 

4. PRN staff must be prepared to sign up for a minimum of 2 days per month.

5.PRN staff will be guaranteed hours for a minimum of 2 days per month but are allowed to sign up for more than two days if there are available shifts with openings for PRN staff. 

6. If PRN staff are not needed the day before their shift, they will have the opportunity to stay home without pay. 

7. If PRN staff  are signed up for more than two shifts and are not needed for those shifts, which are beyond their 2 primary shifts, they will be called off for low census without pay.

8. PRN staff will be allowed to work their two primary monthly shifts with pay even if census is low and downtime work will be provided if they do not choose to take off without pay for low census. 

9. PRN staff must provide the Nurse Manager a working number and email address at which they can be reached. 

10. PRN staff must provide availability for the following month by the 20th of the current month (I.E. availability for June must be provided by May 20th)

11. PRN staff must provide changes in availability in a timely manner. Ideally, 2 weeks in advance. 

PAY

Determined based on education and experience. 

To apply, submit cover letter, resume and references to executive@claritywi.com

EVENT COORDINATOR

Objective

Leads in planning, implementing, and coordinating major fundraising events and community activities that will encourage, maintain, and increase philanthropic support to meet the short and long term needs of Clarity Clinic of SW Wisconsin, LTD (CCSWWI). This includes large fundraising events (banquet, auction, etc.) and community outreach events (parades, student welcome, etc.). 

 

Reports to

Executive Director

 

Supervises

Volunteer(s) for all events.

Hours

This is a part-time, work from home (majority of the time) position. The hours will vary each week and time of year based on the needs of each event. The Banquet is held in the Spring and will take 80-120 hours total to plan and coordinate. The Auction is held in the Fall and will take approximately 320 hours plus. All other events depend on the year, but it's estimated that you will work 1040 hours per year or 20 hours/week on average. 

 

Qualifications

  1. Be a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord

  2. Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to sexual risk avoidance and life-affirming principles

  3. Agree with and be willing to uphold the Statement of Principle, Statement of Faith, and policies of the CCSWWI

  4. Be able to provide leadership and support to the volunteers within your role

  5. Have strong organizational skills and writing skills

  6. Effective presentations with the use of computer programs

  7. Prefer previous event planning experience or knowledge/skills that would align closely with what is needed. 

  8. Exhibit professional appearance and presentation, effective speech and direction, with courtesy to all groups and donors

  9. Be able to carry out responsibilities with little or no supervision

Essential Functions

  1. Plan all large fundraising events and execute the plan for a successful outcome. 

    1. Develop and maintain strong working relationships with key contacts within the community. This includes businesses, civic groups, churches, and philanthropic prospects. Identify potential fundraising opportunities within these groups and recommend a course of action to the Executive Director for strengthening those relationships.

    2. Maintain strict confidentiality with finances, donor identity, and donor information.

    3. In conjunction with the Board of Directors and the Executive Director, design, implement, coordinate, and evaluate large fundraising events, make recommendations on future fundraising efforts and public relations events.

    4. Write and mail newsletters as determined by strategy and need. 

    5. Develop and maintain a working knowledge of computer software programs specifically designed to facilitate successful events and donor information and privacy. 

    6. Submit required monthly reports in a timely manner to the Executive Director in regards to event activity, upcoming newsletters and marketing/public relation activities.  

 

  1. Finances

    1. Work alongside the Executive Director to help prepare and monitor the annual fundraising budget and income.

To apply, submit cover letter, resume and references to executive@claritywi.com

EDUCATION DIRECTOR

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Objective

As an ambassador of Jesus Christ, the Sexual Risk Avoidance (SRA) Education Director has the responsibility for the overall development, implementation, and operation of Clarity Clinic of SW Wisconsin’s health and wellness preventative SRA education programs.  The program emphasizes a positive view of human sexuality and promotes risk avoidance through practicing sexual integrity, encouraging a lifeline committed relationship. The director’s primary responsibilities include (1) providing and supervising the center’s educational programing in schools, churches, and organizations of the community of SW WI, (2) modeling and providing student training directly to elementary, middle and high school youth, college students and (3) recruiting, training, and managing all program personnel. 

 

Reports to

Executive Director

 

Supervises

All personnel within the program (paid or volunteer)

Hours

Full-time, Exempt

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Be a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord

  • Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to sexual risk avoidance and life-affirming principles.

  • Agree with and be willing to uphold the Commitment of Care and Competence, Core Values, Statement of Faith, and policies of the center

  • Have a bachelor's degree in education or relevant experience

  • Exhibit skills in interpersonal communication, public speaking, and problem solving

  • Have knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint and/or Google Slides to create or edit presentations.

  • Understands and knows how to find truthful, accurate and the most up to date information regarding the many topics we cover in our presentations. 

  • Understand the pressures and temptations encountered by elementary through college aged individuals and be able to relate well with these groups

  • Be able to provide leadership and support to the staff and volunteers within your department.

  • Be able to carry out responsibilities with little or no supervision

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree

Essential Functions

I.   Administration

  • Evaluate, select, and maintain needed educational materials and resources for the development of health and wellness programs

  • Formulate and revise policies and procedures for program volunteers and SRA educators

  • Schedule and implement all program requests and appropriate speakers

  • Interact with the Executive Director to relate needs, problems, progress, goal setting, and implementation

 

II.  Education Team Training (if applicable)

  • Conduct training specifically for sexual integrity and risky behavior speakers 

  • Recruit, interview, and select team members for the education program

  • Provide supervision of the training program as set forth in the training manual

  • Provide ongoing training for program personnel

  • Continue to develop and revise training materials for the program

  • Coach and develop personnel in the program 

 

III.  Presentations

  • Train youth and young adults through factual and engaging public presentations concerning risk avoidance and healthy relationships

  • Be available to speak privately with participants after presentations

  • Follow center policy and procedures for all community presentations and interactions

 

IV. Public Relations

  • Develop and promote materials for the program 

  • Maintain a working relationship with target audiences, such as special committees, agencies, schools, and youth organizations 

  • Participate in development functions/events as requested by the Executive Director

To apply, submit cover letter, resume and references to executive@claritywi.com

Advancement Director

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Objective

Leads in planning, implementing, and coordinating fundraising efforts and community activities that will encourage, maintain, and increase philanthropic support to meet the short and long term needs of Clarity Clinic of SW Wisconsin, LTD (CCSWWI). Continual donor communication is essential. These activities shall be consistent with the vision and goals of the organization and shall reach individuals, corporations, churches, and organizations in the community.

 

Reports to

Executive Director

 

Supervises

Paid staff and/or volunteer(s) in the Advancement department

Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00am-4:00pm, occasional nights and weekends required. 

 

Qualifications

  1. Be a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord

  2. Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to sexual risk avoidance and life-affirming principles

  3. Agree with and be willing to uphold the Statement of Principle, Statement of Faith, and policies of the CCSWWI

  4. Be able to provide leadership and support to the volunteers and staff within your department

  5. Have work experience or related degree in fundraising, non-profit management, marketing, public relations or a related degree OR relevant work experience.

  6. Have strong organizational skills and writing skills

  7. Effective presentations with the use of computer programs

  8. Prefer two years experience in a non-profit development/advancement role

  9. Exhibit professional appearance and presentation, effective speech and direction, with courtesy to all groups and donors

  10. Be able to carry out responsibilities with little or no supervision

Essential Functions

  1. Motivate donors and potential donors to invest in CCSWWI through relationship building and encouragement.

    1. Conduct thorough prospect research and identification activities for CCSWWI to devise and implement specific strategies to develop relationships with individual donors and community churches while cultivating these relationships to expand the donor base.

    2. Develop and maintain strong working relationships with key contacts within the community. This includes businesses, civic groups, churches, and philanthropic prospects. Identify potential fundraising opportunities within these groups and recommend a course of action to the Executive Director for strengthening those relationships.

    3. Maintain strict confidentiality with finances, donor identity, and donor information.

    4. Prepare an annual operating plan for the advancement activities within the community and, as designated by the Board of Directors, the objectives and activities consistent with those goals, a model for evaluating effectiveness, and budgetary/revenue requirements.

    5. In conjunction with the Board of Directors and the Executive Director, design, implement, coordinate, and evaluate programs in the following areas of fund development: Annual giving, major gifts, planned giving, special events, and other ongoing activities.

    6. Coordinate and organize activities in support of the annual fundraising events, including but not limited to, the auction and the banquet. 

    7. Write and mail quarterly newsletters and donor appeal letters as determined by strategy and need. 

    8. Participate in establishing the overall strategic plan for CCSWWI.

    9. Develop and maintain a working knowledge of computer software programs specifically designed to facilitate accurate donor and prospect information. Employ a donor information system that ensures donor and prospect records and history are current, accurate, timely, and protected.

    10. Follow policies and procedures for regular backup of donor files, record keeping, and procedures for safeguarding donor and prospect databases to ensure the protection, confidentiality, and integrity of historical data.

    11. Submit required monthly reports in a timely manner to the Executive Director, in regards to  

    12. Accept assignments not specifically delineated above, as requested by the Executive Director and Board of Directors.

    13. Provide ongoing supervision and annual performance evaluation for the Advancement department support staff and volunteers.

 

  1. Finances

    1. Work alongside the Executive Director to help prepare and monitor the annual budget, with special attention given to income.

    2. Work with the Executive Director to prepare all financial reports for the monthly/annual meeting of the Board of Directors, affiliates and any others that we deem necessary to our business.

    3. Seek, write and submit grant proposals in alliance with our vision, projects and needs as part of our financial strategy. 

    4. Determine goals around CCSWWI’s income, via individual and monthly donors, businesses, churches and large fundraising events.

Preferred Functions

  1. Public Relations and Marketing 

a. Work in conjunction with the Executive Director to develop CSWWI’s public relations and marketing efforts which may include, but not limited to, messaging, positioning, social media, advertisements, promotional brochures, website, billboard copy, radio and television exposure, and community appearances by Board, staff, and volunteers.

b. Assist Executive Director in the development of a yearly marketing plan and has primary oversight for ensuring the details of the plan are carried out. Assists in the development and implementation of marketing materials, complying with the organization’s graphic standards and messaging guidelines.

To apply, submit cover letter, resume and references to executive@claritywi.com