We are looking for qualified and enthusiastic individuals who are passionate about the value of life and committed to caring for teens, women and men in the Denver area. Here are the current openings on our team:

The part-time Sonographer role provides limited ultrasound scans and fetal development education to pregnant patients in Alternatives’ Medical Clinics under Physician Standing Orders and Policies & Procedures. Flexibility is a must for this key position on the greater Medical and Client Services Team. Administrative tasks include database entry, charting and overall computer skills. Excellent standard of patient care and HIPAA compliancy are required. Reports to the Nurse Manager. 

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Required: Bachelor’s Degree, RDMS certification, active
  • Preferred: Two years experience in obstetric sonography. 

The part-time (16 hours per week) Staff Nurse provides patient care and medical services in Alternatives’ STD medical clinics maintaining professional standards of care by following the ANA Code of Ethics. Works in conjunction with the Nurse Manager, Client Services Team and Medical Directors. Supports the organization’s vision and mission. Reports to the Nurse Manager.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • A current Registered Nurse’s License in good standing with the State of Colorado. BSN is preferred.
  • 3-5 years of experience in a medical setting.
  • Current BLS certification

Provide leadership and guidance to Alternatives’ Men’s Program in order to enhance the services and support provided to men who accompany their female partners in a pregnancy-related crisis. As a part of the larger Client Services Team, the Men’s Program Director provides options counseling, fatherhood mentoring, support related to their partner’s pregnancy and counseling after abortion for men. Reports to the Director of Client Operations.

Education & Experience Requirements:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in related fields including counseling, coaching, pastoral or social work.
  • Experience with vulnerable populations and/or crisis counseling.
  • Preferred:
    • Master’s Degree in Counseling or Social Work.
    • Experience in program development.
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