Principle Functions: The Education Program Manager (EPM) manages the day-to-day education program functions. The EPM is responsible for coordinating all aspects of The Source’s education program, including community-based preventive SRA education, pregnancy education, childbirth class, parenting education and any additional enrichment programming and guest speakers (both English and Spanish programs). This role will lead and support a team of Health Educators who teach weekly group classes, taking individual classes, workshops and seminars. The Program Manager will assist the Clinic Director in developing a strategy for improving and expanding the education program as well as research, development, and ongoing revision of curriculum guidelines, presentation guidelines, and materials.
The Front Office Administrator has responsibility for the daily operations of the front office, including scheduling, coordination of volunteer procedures, and clinical services support.
*Located in Houston with willingness to travel to Austin 1-2 times a month
Principle Functions: The Director of Development is responsible for all activities and tasks related to the maintenance of current donors and cultivation of new donor relationships for their assigned region. They will champion the mission and vision of The Source to increase our network of support and raise funds to support the furthering of the ministry.
Principle Functions: The Case Manager (also referred to as Client Care Coordinator) is responsible general case management and coordination of client care services in the clinic and community. Primary duties include performing needs assessments, creating Client Care Plans and tracking progress, performing home/hospital visits and coordinating client support services (support groups/mentoring program, post-birth care).
$500 Signing Bonus for Full-Time employees*
$250 Signing Bonus for Part-Time employees*
The Sonographer is responsible for providing an initial scan to determine fetal viability, i.e., IUP, cardiac activity, and gestational age to patients in their first trimester of pregnancy. Additionally, the Sonographer will perform a scan for someone who is late to care if indicated by the clinician. The sonographer will also provide a proof of pregnancy and provide support and resource information (including The Source resources/programs and resources in the surrounding community) to patients as needed.