CBWW Careers

• The Center for Black Women's Wellness is an Equal Opportunity Employer, that does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.  All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.


The Center for Black Women’s Wellness is a community-based nonprofit organization that is committed to enhancing the health and well-being of Black women. The organization provides several comprehensive programs that are designed to educate, empower and inspire participants to make positive changes in their lives and the lives of their families.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Fiscal Manager

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Fiscal Manager is responsible for managing the fiscal operations of the CBWW.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

  •  Manage all aspects of the finance, accounting, and payroll functions within the organization.

  •  Ensure implementation and maintenance of internal control systems, including fiscal policies and procedures,

    to comply with GAAP and applicable federal, state, and local regulatory requirements

  • Ensure provision of timely and accurate analysis and reporting of financial data including monthly

    reports for use in expense control, forecasting, reporting, and preparing quarterly projections.

  • Manage the annual audit process, liaising with external auditors and internal teams.

  • Ensure appropriate management of all revenue received, liaising closely with the Development

    Department.

  • Manage cash position, ensuring appropriate management of funds, preparing cash flow

    projections, and monitoring cash flow needs.

  • Ensure maintenance of accurate financial records, including all financial/accounting systems.

  • Develop effective relationships with Program and Executive Staff to ensure timely management of

    all business and program activities.

  • Advising senior management on financial planning, budgeting, cash management, investment

    priorities, and financial policy matters

  • Overseeing budgeting processes, financial forecasting, and cash flow matters

  • Preparing budgets for grant proposals and financial reports for funders

  • Representing the organization’s financial interests in a range of business relationships, including

    but not limited to banking, investments, real estate, and employee benefits


QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, or related field of study

  • 3-5 years of nonprofit accounting experience

  • Ability to explain financial matters in a clear and concise way to non-finance people

  • Creative and strategic thinker

  • Strong work ethic, works well under deadlines and completes projects in a timely and efficient

    manner


BENEFITS

  • Health, vision and dental insurance

  • Paid holidays (included office closed with pay December 24th – January 1st each year)

  • 401K Plan

  • 30 hour work week

  • Generous vacation and sick time


Salary is commensurate with experience. Interested applicants please submit resume and cover letter to kturner@cbww.org.


• JOB DESCRIPTION: Family Support Worker

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Care Management Coordinator, the Family Support Worker is responsible for providing case management to the Atlanta Healthy Start program participants.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Conducts risk assessments and screenings (ex. depression screening) with clients

  • Utilizes home visitation curriculum and conducts structured, scheduled home visits with pregnant and

    postpartum clients

  • Provides education and materials to clients on maternal and infant health-related topics

  • Develops rapport with clients, while maintaining appropriate boundaries

  • Maintains accurate and updated files for all assigned cases

  • Inputs client data into database system in a timely manner and generates reports

  • Refers clients to appropriate health and/or social service agencies (ex. WIC, family planning), and

    conducts follow up to track services received

  • Attends monthly AHSI CAN/Consortium meetings and reports on case management updates

  • Identifies new referral sources and resources for clients

  • Coordinates with Care Management Coordinator and Nurse Consultant on health related issues

  • Coordinates with Wellness Program Manager and Health Educator to identify and address health

    education needs of clients

  • Assists in the coordination of client group meetings and activities

  • Participates in ongoing training to remain current on maternal and infant health issues

  • Performs other duties as assigned and necessary for successful program administration and delivery

EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

• High School Diploma or equivalent with at least three (3) years of case management work experience in

a community, educational or medical environment AND/OR

• Bachelor’s degree in public health, social work, or social/human services

• Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office

• Familiarity with Atlanta’s metro area and surrounding Fulton County (e.g., East Point and College Park)

• Knowledge of Metro Atlanta community resources

BENEFITS

• Health, vision and dental insurance

• Paid holidays (included office closed with pay December 24th – January 1st each year)

• 401K Plan

• 35 hour work week

• Generous vacation and sick time

Salary is commensurate with experience. Interested applicants please submit resume and cover letter to kturner@cbww.org.


• JOB DESCRIPTION: Fatherhood Coordinator

• PROGRAM: Atlanta Healthy Start

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Atlanta Healthy Start Initiative (AHSI) is a case management program designed to improve maternal and child health outcomes in high-risk communities. The Fatherhood Coordinator manages outreach and programming directed towards fathers/male partners affiliated with Healthy Start women/infant participants. This is a full-time position reporting directly to the Program Manager for AHSI.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Oversees outreach strategies to effectively attract and engage at least 100 fathers associated with mother/infant participants into program activities and services annually.

  • Coordinates activities and events intended to improve the health and resilience of fathers/male partners, promote healthy relationships, and strengthen life skills. Identifies fatherhood curricula and training opportunities; and coordinates training provided by external consultants and partners.

  • Develops collaborative relationships with a wide range of health, community and social service organizations to support participants’ goals, including workforce development.

  • Serves as organizational representative on fatherhood coalitions and other related groups to coordinate activities and ensure integration and alignment within the project area.

  • Manages and coaches one male community outreach worker. Manages volunteers/interns identified to support program (as necessary).

  • Monitors and tracks program objectives and assists with reports and proposal preparation.

  • Conducts presentations; develops written communications; and attends local, regional and national meetings to disseminate information about the program.

    Performs other duties as assigned and necessary for successful program administration and delivery.


EDUCATION

• Bachelor's degree in Health Education, Public Administration, Public Policy, or Social Work

• Two years of related experience

• Bachelor’s degree in Social Work is highly preferred

QUALIFICATIONS

• Minimum of three (3) years’ work experience coordinating activities in an active office environment

• Management skills to include prior supervision, with two years of supervisory experience strongly

preferred

• Familiarity with Atlanta’s metro area and surrounding Fulton County (e.g., East Point and College Park)

• Knowledge of Metro Atlanta community resources

• Command of Microsoft Office software

• Strong interpersonal communication skills

• Strong organizational skills

BENEFITS

• Health, vision and dental insurance

• Paid holidays (included office closed with pay December 24th – January 1st each year)

• 401K Plan

• 35 hour work week

• Generous vacation and sick time

Salary is commensurate with experience. Interested applicants please submit resume and cover letter to kturner@cbww.org.


• JOB DESCRIPTION: Community Health Specialist

• PROGRAM: Wellness Clinic

POSITION OVERVIEW

CBWW offers women’s healthcare (GYN) through its Wellness clinic, which operates 3-4 days per week in a community-based setting. Our healthcare services are comprehensive in nature, to address the myriad of health needs and concerns of our underserved population. The Community Health Specialist is responsible for assisting the Nurse Practitioners in providing compassionate, quality health care to Wellness clinic patients. This is a full-time position reporting directly to the Clinic Coordinator.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Stock and set-up examination room prior to clinic; clean exam room between patients

  • Assist Nurse Practitioners with physical examination(s), as needed

  • Obtain blood specimens by performing venipunctures and finger-sticks

  • Assist provider with patient office visits, which includes rooming patients, interviewing patients,

    recording vital signs including pulse rate, blood pressure, height and weight, and entering

    information in patient Electronic Health Records (EHR).

  • Prepare and review patient chart prior to patient’s appointment; review charts for completeness

    ensuring all required information is included; note any deficiencies and utilize all available

    resources (internal and external)

  • Organize exam rooms including general cleaning, upkeep, and re-stocking of supplies

  • Perform administrative tasks (prescription refills, referrals and provide patient educational

    material)

  • Dispose of contaminated sharps in accordance with applicable laws, standards, and policies

  • Track collected specimens and enter information into the lab logs and requisitions

  • Prepare results for patient letters and prepare for mailing

  • Maintain clinic inventory and order supplies, as needed

  • Assist providers with supervision of clinical students referred to CBWW for supervised clinical

    experience

  • Insert any lab results or prescription refills to be reviewed by the provider in appropriate patient

    file

  • Scan patient results, referrals, and medical record requests into the EHR system for primary care

    patients

  • Responsible for assisting with chart transition to EHR system

  • Attend scheduled department staff huddles and clinic meetings

  • Perform all duties and services in full compliance with CBWW’s excellence standards

  • Attend training for certifications

  • Attend local health fairs to conduct community-based screenings (ex., blood pressure checks)and

    to increase awareness and promotion of services

EDUCATION and CERTIFICATION

• High School diploma or equivalent

  • Prior administrative or clerical experience in a clinical or community-based setting highly

    preferred

  • Medical Assistant/ Phlebotomy is a requirement

QUALIFICATIONS

•  Minimum of one (1) year clinical work experience

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and EHR systems

  • Basic to intermediate computer knowledge and skills

  • Understands the importance of maintaining confidentiality; able to maintain confidentiality under

    HIPAA standards

  • Must have the ability to exercise a high degree of diplomacy and tact; excellent customer service

    and interpersonal communication skills

  • Must be highly flexible; able and willing to handle a variety of tasks

  • Ability to work well under pressure with minimal supervision.

  • Must be able to work some Saturday’s (if needed)

BENEFITS

• Health, vision and dental insurance

• Paid holidays (to include office closed with pay December 24th – January 1st each year)

• 401K Plan

• 35 hour work week

• Generous vacation and sick time

Salary is commensurate with experience. Interested applicants please submit resume and cover letter to kturner@cbww.org.