OPEN POSITIONS

 

NOTE: Provide is currently operating under a non-mandatory travel policy; therefore, staff members may or may not travel for work based on their own comfort level.

 

Community Resource and Training Specialist

Provide is seeking a persistent, data-driven community engagement expert with excellent training and facilitation skills for the role of Community Resource and Training Specialist (CRTS). Our ideal candidate has a strong understanding of how the intersections of systemic oppression (white supremacy, racism, sexism, ableism, classism, transphobia, etc.) negatively impact access to abortion and other stigmatized healthcare and can apply this understanding to a thorough investigation of the ins-and-outs of access in the communities and geographic regions where Provide works. This role supports the team in monitoring policies and laws that affect abortion access and other stigmatized care, nationally and locally. Internally, the CRTS will act as a resource to teammates, informing them about changes in the landscape that influence provider needs and supporting them in our response to these external access changes. This role is critical to the creation and dissemination of a library of external resources that aid our training participants in accessing the resources they need to serve the pregnant people in their specific communities—a key function of Provide’s programming in this post-Roe landscape.

 

This position is a full-time (40 hr/week) remote work position based in the US, with the annual salary of $63,000. We estimate travel at 30-50% for external trainings and meetings and occasional conferences and internal meetings. View the full job description.

 

To apply, please send along your cover letter and resume to [email protected]. The writing sample (2-5 pages in length) should be from a report or other document you have previously written that communicates evaluation findings, with any identifying information about organizations or individuals redacted. The sample should provide evidence of your ability to analyze, interpret, and present data in written form. No phone calls, please. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately. Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

Outreach and Training Manager

Provide is seeking an experienced community engagement professional to manage training delivery and partnership building for Provide’s core programming. The ideal candidate will have a robust background in community and program outreach and will be a dynamic, highly skilled trainer and facilitator. The Outreach and Training Manager (OTM) will play a critical role in engaging and building relationships with the external stakeholders who live and work in the areas we serve to ensure that Provide understands show best to support the providers and people in these communities. The OTM will also contribute strategically and creatively to questions about who, where, how, and why we deliver our programs. We are looking for someone who is comfortable and skilled at bringing an analysis of inclusion, equity, justice and power to program and community engagement work and can compellingly communicate Provide’s vision to our program partners.

 

This position is a full-time (40 hr/week) remote work position based in the US, with the annual salary of $72,000. We estimate travel at 30-50% for external trainings and meetings and occasional conferences and internal meetings. View the full job description.

 

To apply, please send along your cover letter and resume to [email protected]. No phone calls, please. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately. Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 


An important note about equitable pay and posted salaries:

It is well researched and documented that the process of salary negotiation is uncomfortable at best, inequitable at worst. Provide is committed to fairly and equitably compensating our team members from day one. Therefore, the posted salary and benefit package is our best offer. We have done a considerable amount of research to ensure the salary offered with this position is within the industry range for the skill set and experience we are seeking. It’s important to understand that there will be no salary negotiations should an offer be extended. We live by this practice as a demonstration to other organizations that equitable, transparent, and upfront conversations about salary attracts well qualified talent.

 

Provide offers a generous benefits package, which currently includes:

  • Group health and dental coverage
  • 403b plan with company match
  • Stipends for productive workspace including monthly internet and cell phone allowance
  • Long and short-term disability insurance
  • Group life insurance
  • Paid time off which includes: 12 paid holidays per year (with flexibility/floating holidays) PLUS paid Winter Holiday from Christmas Eve through New Year’s Day, 15 vacation days per year, 10 sick days per year, monthly paid Wellness Days, 12 weeks paid parental leave, jury duty and bereavement leave, and paid emergency leave

 

Our team cares deeply about people and the workers and agencies who serve them. We live in and love the communities in which we work.

Founded in 1992, Provide is a national remote-work organization working to make sure that there is access to abortion, especially to those living in rural communities and Southern and Midwestern states. Provide educates and supports health and social service providers to be able to give the care and support to those facing an unintended pregnancy need. Our work is rooted in the on-the-ground realities of people’s lives and of the systems and resources that are available to them. We believe that everyone has a role in supporting access to abortion care and that by giving people the tools and resources to play their role, we can transform the way abortion is experienced where improved access is needed most.

 

Provide is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, LGBQIA+, Trans and Non-binary people, and those with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

We’re committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. We believe that diversity and inclusion among our team is critical to our success as an organization, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.