Culture of Life Family Services (COLFS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization operating COLFS Medical Clinic, dedicated to helping women and families in need.  COLFS is seeking qualified people to fill the following position:

Ministry Operations Manager

Medical Assistant

If interested, email us at: info@colfs.org.

Ministry Operations Manager

Job Description

Culture of Life Family Services (COLFS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women and families in unplanned, crisis pregnancies and offering a true choice to abortion methods. COLFS is seeking a Ministry Operations Manager to oversee the nonprofit pro-life ministry of COLFS.

The Ministry Operations Manager is expected to enthusiastically and without reservation accept, embrace and promote our mission, always knowing and staying in accord with the moral teachings of the Catholic Church.

The Ministry Operations Manager is expected to live a life that is not contrary to our mission and that does not tarnish the reputation of COLFS or Culture of Life Family Health Career (COLFHC). The Ministry Operations Manager will report to COLFS President and CEO.

Responsible for a full range of operational processes, including leading the COLFS Ministry team; own and implement strategic vision for short and long term success of ministry side of business; create operation and strategic planning reports for ministry, oversee ministry budget; oversee COLFS client pregnancy services; oversee outreach programs to schools and churches, and client education activities and support public relations and marketing activities for COLFS ministry division. The position will collaborate closely with the leadership team and manage the Ministry staff under direct supervision of supervisors, or team leads. Lead the staff in prayer daily and be a part of team meetings. Utilize current network and continue to network to pro-life community. Performs other related functions, as necessary.

Medical Assistant

Job Description

The COLFS Medical Assistant will be hard-working, detail-oriented, and a quick learner who is interested in providing high quality care. They must be able to perform under a stressful/busy environment and a willingness to work with a highly functioning team. Medical Assistant must have:
• Good communication and customer service skills – written and verbal skills a plus
• Professional attitude and appearance
• Good attendance/punctuality
• Able to learn quickly and retain information
• Proficient using multiple software applications, practice management system and EHR
Duties will include:
Administrative Duties (may include, but not limited to):
• Using computer applications
• Answering telephones
• Take telephone messages and provide feedback and answers to patient/physician/pharmacy
• Greeting patients
• Updating and scanning patient medical records
• Confirming insurance eligibility
• Scheduling appointments
• Handling correspondence
• Collection of co-pays upon check-in
Clinical Duties (may include, but not limited to):
• Taking medical histories
• Taking vital signs
• Reconciliation of medication lists
• Explaining treatment procedures to patients
• Preparing patients for examination
• Preparing charts for physician
• Ordering imaging and labs as directed by physician
• Assisting the physician during exams and procedures
• Collecting and preparing laboratory specimens
• Performing basic laboratory tests
• Instructing patients about medication and special diets
• Preparing medications as directed by a physician
• Maintain injection log
• Authorizing prescription refills as directed
• Taking electrocardiograms
• Changing dressings
• Stock examination rooms
• Maintain instruments
• Prepare sterilization of instruments as required
• Keep inventory of medications and supplies
• Maintain all logs and required checks (i.e. refrigerator temperatures, freezer temperatures, test autoclave machine, test solutions, emergency medications, expired medications, oxygen, crash cart inventory, etc.)
• Provide coverage for other MAs as needed
• Other duties as assigned by supervisor; travel may be required