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Women’s Center of Eastern Connecticut is committed to empowering individuals to make informed choices regarding their pregnancy. We understand there is a lot of uncertainty with an unexpected pregnancy. We are here to help answer questions and find the support you may need.

RN Manager:

Caring Families Pregnancy Services INC is a faith-based nonprofit who serves the women and men of our community by providing spiritual, emotional, educational, and material support to them as they seek help with pregnancy related issues. The RN Manager is responsible for overseeing Caring Families medical services, both in the Center and on our Mobile Unit, ensuring that the upmost quality client care is being administered as well as overseeing and updating policies and procedures.

Reports to:

Executive Director and Medical Director


All Nurses, Sonographers, Medical Staff, Medical Volunteers


Part-Time (8-15 hours a week)


  • Committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.

  • Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to the pro-life position.

  • Agree with and be willing to uphold the Commitment of Care and Competence, Core Values, Statement of Faith, and policies of Caring Families.

  • Experience in office operations and general management of running an office.

  • Have a Bachelor or Master’s degree in nursing

  • Holds a current RN License in good standing with the State Medical Board

  • Exhibit proficient organizational skill and data entry skills.

  • Self-motivated, dependable, and responsible.

  • Cross-trained as back up support for our clients as a Client Advocate, Mentor or Coach.

Essential Functions: Management

  • Review and maintain Caring Families Policies and Procedures, standards of practice, to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies as required by the State of Connecticut

  • Communicate information concerning client care, the center, and personnel activities to Executive Director in an appropriate and timely manner.

  • Supervise and train all medical staff and volunteers in best practices.

  • Conduct regular medical staff training meetings to reinforce center policies and offer continual education content pertaining to Caring Families’ services.

  • Review, update and maintain medical educational materials and resources for client use, and referral lists with the help of the Executive Director

  • Review and oversee that client medical records and documents are being maintained accordingly per Policies and Procedures measures

  • Ensure that all medical equipment is being properly operated, cleaned, and maintained.

  • Manage inventory and ordering of prenatal vitamins, pregnancy tests, and other medical/ultrasound supplies for the organization.

Essential Functions: Nursing Care

  • Provide and oversee and direct nursing care: administering pregnancy tests, comprehensive record keeping, assisting with ultrasound examinations.

  • Be knowledgeable and comfortable answering patients’ medical questions, educating about reproductive cycles, gestational body changes, STI’s and other matters related to pregnancy and childbirth.

  • Administer STI Testing which includes administering the tests to clients and preparing and packaging tests in adherence to Standing Orders and Policy and Procedures.

  • Keep accurate records are maintained and that physician standing orders are in place and up to date.

  • Help update Caring Families/ patient/family education programs pertaining to pregnancy, breastfeeding and newborn/infant health care and well-being.

  • Distribution of prenatal vitamins and associated recordkeeping

Public Relations:

  • Support Executive Director with building with key community groups by staying current with Community Health Agencies, Churches, High Schools, Community Colleges, Colleges, Universities, Medical Fairs, and other Women’s Advocate Agencies

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