Physicians for Reproductive Health unites the medical community and concerned supporters. Together, we work to improve access to comprehensive reproductive health care, including contraception and abortion, especially to meet the health care needs of economically disadvantaged patients.
- We bring the physician’s distinctive voice to debates over reproductive health care
- We provide leadership and tools so that physicians can speak up and take action
- We use scientific expertise and our patients’ real-life experiences to influence legislation, medical practice, and public opinion
- We advocate for reproductive health as a core part of all medical curricula
- We train doctors to educate their colleagues and other health professionals on best practices inreproductive and sexual health care
- We offer the strength of our network to physicians all over the world
Reports to: The Chief Operating Officer (COO)
The Operations Associate provides technical, administrative, and operations support to Physicians for Reproductive Health operations and COO.
This is a full-time overtime non-exempt position. This position will be under a remote model; a flexible combination of in-office and work-from-home days for candidates in the NYC metropolitan area. This search is also open to candidates in other states under a satellite model; a full-time remote environment.
We offer a full comprehensive compensation and benefits package, which includes medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage paid 90% by the organization. Physicians also offers an HRA, 401k match, a remote-support stipend, life insurance, AD&D, STD, LTD, transit and parking benefits, FSA, and a generous paid time off policy.
Position Duties Include:
- Support COO needs in various initiatives, workgroups, and coalitions
- Support the COO in leading annual operational plan and budget process
- Provide literature reviews for COO organizational projects
- Conduct topic-specific research including those of a sensitive and/or confidential nature, and create and present abstracts of findings
- Manage COO board material collection and process
- Manage COO strategic plan process
- Manage the COO’s workflow and priorities by efficient management of calendar
- Plan meetings and provide preparatory information
- Support day-to-day activities of the COO
- Make and/or participate in calls on behalf of the COO
- Attend meetings with or on behalf of the COO
- Write, archive, and follow up on resolutions from meetings
- Submit quick updates on behalf of the COO
- Manage COO expense accounts
- Manage COO conference registrations and travel arrangements
- Proofread and edit documents
- Create memos and presentations for and on behalf of the COO
- Serve as liaison for COO
- Prepare for and follow up on internal and external meetings
- Other duties as assigned
- Exceptional organizational and time management skills
- Excellent research, writing, organizational, and communication skills
- Ability to develop, manage, and complete projects independently
- Ability to multi-task and meet competing deadlines
- Communicate effectively with other staff, colleagues in the field, and physicians
- Advanced use of MS Office
- Ability to represent Physicians at external meetings and conferences
- Ability to travel as assigned
- Discretion in handling confidential and sensitive information
- Composure under pressure and ability to prioritize competing demands and respond quickly to staff requests
- Strong commitment to the reproductive health, rights, and justice
To apply, please email your CV, cover letter, and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are reviewed until the position is filled. Please indicate “Operations Associate” in the subject line. No phone calls, please. HR will only contact successful candidates. Applications are reviewed until the position is filled.
Physicians for Reproductive Health is an equal opportunity employer, committed to attracting, developing, and retaining exceptional people. We welcome and encourage applicants for all positions respecting the full spectrum of education, experience, age, race, creed, color, national origin, sex, religion, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, veteran status or other military status, legal alien status or citizenship status, genetic carrier status, genetic information, AIDS or AIDS-related complex or HIV status, being a victim of domestic violence, protected activity (i.e., filing a charge of discrimination, participating in a discrimination proceeding, or otherwise opposing prohibited discrimination), or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.