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Bilingual Childbirth Educator
Omaha Better Birth Project
Omaha Better Birth Project is searching for interested bilingual individuals who would like to pursue childbirth education certification and help develop and implement an evidence-based childbirth education course to serve the Omaha community. Contract pay is $35/hr (up to 12 hours per month) and begins after certification is completed and classes have begun.

• Bilingual (Spanish/English)
• Assists in the development and implementation of the Omaha Better Birth Project Childbirth Education Program in both English and Spanish
• Coordinates enrollment of courses
• Facilitates the teaching of courses and associated administrative duties
• Open to individuals already certified or those seeking certification – scholarship is available for those seeking certification
Volunteer Bookkeeper
Omaha Better Birth Project
searching for a dedicated individual to assist with our bookkeeping needs! Please share with anyone you think might be interested in serving our mission through this work!

The ideal candidate will be well organized and comfortable dealing with financial data. This individual will be responsible for general bookkeeping of accounts payable and receivable and conducting other tasks related to finance. They should be excellent at recording data and have an ability to produce clear financial reports.

This position is part time, approximately 5 hours per month. Ability to travel to Omaha, Nebraska may be required up to 2 times per year.

• Track expenses, budget, taxes, cash flow, receipts and other financial dealings of organization
• Provide regular monthly and quarterly financial reports
• Monitor accounts payable and receivable

• Bachelor's degree in accounting or related field
• 1-2 years of experience in related field
• Proficient in Microsoft Office suite and QuickBooks
• Strong organizational and analytical skills
• Detail oriented
• Experience with nonprofits preferred
• Licensed CPA preferred
Board of Directors
Omaha Better Birth Project
Omaha Better Birth Project is searching for individuals to join their Board of Directors! Serving on the board is a rewarding experience and an opportunity for personal and professional growth. We are looking for skilled and passionate individuals who are eager to help us get our programs and support to families in need. Focus will be placed on ensuring our Board of Directors reflects the diversity of the community we serve.

1. Serve a minimum of one (1) two-year term on the Board. Eligible to serve two (2) two-year terms if re-elected.
2. Attend a minimum of four (4) Board meetings each year.
3. Participate in the planning and advancement of the strategic plan, including contributing to the financial sustainability of Omaha Better Birth Project.
4. Maintain regular communication with the Executive Director and leadership team.
5. Serve as an ambassador for the organization.

For questions or more information, email the Executive Director at
Maternal Health Social Worker (bilingual preferred)
The Maternal Health Social Worker will provide psychosocial support to persons enrolled in the Maternal Health program in FAMILY, Inc.’s service delivery area. The Title V Maternal Health program strives to ensure more babies and parents can celebrate their child’s first birthday by lowering maternal and infant mortality and improving birth outcomes.

Duties and responsibilities
· Provide psychosocial services, listening visits, and non-medical care coordination via home and office visits for participants of the Maternal Health Program under the Title V Maternal and Child Health program
· Interpret depression screening and complete Medicaid presumptive eligibility applications
· Develop, implement, and evaluate individualized plans of care for a diverse client populations, including providing case management services within and outside of the agency as needed. Document in an electronic health record.
· Facilitate appropriate referrals to programs and services provided by FAMILY, Inc. and community partners
· Maintain confidentiality of all families; appropriately communicate verbally and in writing with clients, fellow team members, health care providers, referral sources, funding sources, and other community resources.

Bachelor’s degree in social work (minimum). LISW licensure (preferred).
Bilingual preferred.
Ability to establish trusting relationships and work effectively with mothers, fathers, and extended family.
Knowledge of maternal and infant growth, development, and mental health
Ability to show accountability and responsibility for own job performance and look for opportunities for improvement. Setting goals and objectives and assessing progress toward the achievement of them.
Respect for and sensitivity to others' needs and rights, including those with differing cultural, racial, sexual, or ethnic identities.
Applicants must pass background checks, drug tests, and any other examination required by federal law and/or the State of Iowa.

APRN Lactation Team Lead
The APRN/IBCLC at MilkWorks is responsible for providing lactation management/education to parents and health care professionals. Each APRN/IBCLC conducts breastfeeding assessments in person or via telemedicine; counsels and provides patients with solutions to problems across the scope of breastfeeding medicine such as insufficient weight gain, difficulty latching to the breast, poor milk transfer, low milk supply, sore nipples, plugged ducts and mastitis. The APRN/IBCLC provides patients with up-to-date information regarding breastfeeding; and performs related duties as required. The APRN/IBCLC will also serve as the team lead and provide oversight to the Omaha Lactation Consultant Team.
Governing Board Director’s
Omaha Black Doula Association
We Want You On Board!

Omaha Black Doula Association is excited to add to their Governing Board of Directors!
We are looking for passionate individuals who are ready to make a difference at a board level through experience and skill willing to advance our programs and support our disinvested families. Specific responsibilities will vary, vetting the strategic plan, overseeing the financial health of the organization, and ensuring its compliance with state and federal regulations.

Board Members:

1. Participate in the planning and advancement of the
strategic plan, including contributing to the financial
sustainability of the organization

2. Board members will serve a minimum of one (1) one-year term on the
Board. Eligible to serve two (2) one-year terms if re-elected.

3. Attend a minimum of six (6) board meetings each

Serving on the board is a rewarding experience and an opportunity for personal and profession growth.

Please email for more formation:
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