Aid for Women is seeking a full-time Staff Nurse for our pregnancy care centers. The Staff Nurse is a licensed Registered Nurse, who is dedicated to fulfilling the mission of Aid for Women by providing life-affirming alternatives to abortion. The Staff Nurse provides support and care for clients and maintains professional standards of care.
Organization Description | Aid for Women
Founded in 1978, Aid for Women helps thousands of women each year in the Chicago metropolitan area who find themselves facing unexpected pregnancies. Each woman is provided with the emotional, practical and spiritual support that she needs to choose life for her unborn baby and to provide a better future for herself and her family. Our life-affirming services are offered to clients free-of-charge and include: pregnancy tests and ultrasound exams, life-affirming options consultation, pregnancy and parenting mentor program, support groups, residential programs and medical and community referrals.
Aid for Women operates five pregnancy care centers and two residential programs (Heather’s House and Monica’s House). To learn more, visit our website at helpaidforwomen.org.
Position Description | Staff Nurse
Do you want to go home after work every night knowing for a fact that your work saved lives? Are you an outgoing, organized clinical team leader with an unwavering dedication to the pro-life movement? Then this position might be for you.
Aid for Women seeks to fill the position of Staff Nurse. The Staff Nurse is a licensed Registered Nurse, who is dedicated to fulfilling the mission of Aid for Women by providing life-affirming alternatives to abortion. The Staff Nurse provides support and care for patients and maintains professional standards of care.
Under the general supervision of the Medical Director and Clinic Manager, the Staff Nurse is responsible for a variety of clinic functions: assessing, planning, direct and indirect nursing interventions, evaluating care, organizing, and performing medical services provided by Aid for Women. The Staff Nurse also works in conjunction with physicians, nurses and client advocates to ensure that patients are receiving the best medical, nursing, spiritual and psychosocial care possible.
The Staff Nurse should have at least the following education, experience, and skills: