Trust Women | Reproductive Rights Jobs and Careers

Careers and Job Opportunities at Trust Women Foundation
and Trust South Wind Women’s Center

Careers

Are you interested in job opportunities at the Trust Women Foundation, a leading pro-choice and reproductive justice organization based in Wichita, Kansas, or our South Wind Women’s Center clinics in Wichita, Kansas, or Oklahoma City? Check back here for careers and job postings.

OB/GYN or Family Medicine Physician

Location: Wichita, KS

Description of Organization:

Our Mission: Trust Women opens clinics that provide abortion care in underserved communities so that all women can make their own decisions about their health care.

Trust Women was founded in 2009. Since then we have opened up clinics in Wichita, Kansas; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Seattle, Washington. We envision a future where all women will be able to access to the  health care they need, including abortions, regardless of where they live or their ability to pay.

Before opening our Wichita clinic in the spring of 2013, Wichita was the largest city in the country without an abortion provider. We remain the only full-spectrum reproductive health care clinic in a 200 mile radius.

Our staff is committed to providing high-quality reproductive health care and protecting the legal right for all people to make reproductive decisions for themselves. Trust Women has earned its reputation as the premier organization with the experience and the know-how to navigate restrictive environments and oppressive policies to ensure more women with access to reproductive health care.

Location Description:

Wichita is located in South-Central Kansas with a population of 650,610. As a growing Midwest city, Wichita remains one of the most affordable cities in the country with a cost of living index lower than the national average at 91%. Single-family homes remain affordable with a median home value of $122,700 including a median rent price of $875 per month. It is also home to Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport which is currently offering twelve non-stop destinations including the East and West coast .

Wichita holds a wide variety of attractions and family friendly activities. Many of the businesses remain locally owned and overall investment/development in the downtown area has been robust in the past 5 years. You can enjoy walks along the beautiful Arkansas River, featuring the Keeper of the Plains by Kiowa-Comanche artist Blackbear Bosin, or enjoy a day out downtown  shopping from local vendors.

Wichita is also home to many annual festivals, such as the Tallgrass Film Festival in October, that runs for a week and houses over 200 feature and short films. Zoobilee, the annual celebration and fundraiser for the Sedgwick County Zoo is another highlight of the year, this charitable event is one of the largest in Wichita. The Wichita Riverfest is also a family friendly festival that runs for six days and is enjoyed by 410,000 festivalgoers across the state. Riverfest includes a wide range of activities,   anywhere from canoe rides along the Arkansas River to Helicopter rides. The three music stages at the festival feature local artists and big name headliners. You can hear anything from Common, to Flaming Lips, to Mavis Staples.  You can also enjoy a quiet evening at the Orpheum, a local non-profit center for performing arts, concerts, films and more.

Position Responsibilities:

  • To provide quality patient care including exams, treatment, education and counseling for patients.
  • To assist the Medical Director and Administrator in overseeing high quality care to patients.
  • Adhere to Trust Women’s policies, procedures and protocols. This includes successfully completing agency, regional and/or state certification requirements.
  • Perform physical and gynecological examinations for patients, including review of medical history, screening for abnormalities, and performance and interpretation and/or ordering of laboratory tests.
  • Provide contraceptives.
  • Perform minor GYN surgical procedures.
  • Provide medical consultation to clinicians regarding the clinical management of specific patients.
  • Provide telephone consultation to clinicians.
  • Document patient data accurately and completely in the medical record.
  • Evaluate and treat medical problems, ensuring follow-up and appropriate referrals as necessary.
  • Educate and counsel patients in reproductive health issues, including LGBTQI patients.
  • Treat STIs and provide referrals when necessary.
  • Participate in a team approach to patient care and deliver care in a professional and confidential manner.
  • Manage emergency situations as they arise, and consult with Medical Director and Administrator as necessary.
  • Participate in a regularly scheduled peer review process, as required.
  • Attend medical meetings, as required.
  • Assist the Medical Director and Administrator in the development of medical policies and protocols.
  • Assist the Medical Director and Administrator in overseeing the pharmaceutical and laboratory.

Qualifications:

  • Current Kansas medical license
  • Board eligible in family medicine or obstetrics & gynecology
  • Trained to perform therapeutic abortion’s including first and second trimester abortions up to twenty-two weeks preferred.
  • Trained to perform medication abortions.

Trust Women is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All interested individuals including people of color, women, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ are encouraged to apply. To apply, please send CV/resume to jburkhart@itrustwomen.org.


Internships

Trust Women is looking for motivated and dynamic interns to work in Oklahoma, Kansas and online. For more information, email us at info@itrustwomen.org.

We’re taking applications for internships for the summer and beyond. We have legislative, advocacy, communications and development internships available. Please see details below.

We're looking for legislative, advocacy, communications and development interns.
LEGISLATIVE INTERNSHIP (Oklahoma, Kansas and Nationally)

Trust Women opens clinics that provide abortion care in underserved communities so that all women can make their own decisions about their health care. Internships for Trust Women provide the opportunity to see how each component of the organization works together; those who work for Trust Women wear many hats and assist each other as needed.

We are seeking motivated, take-charge interns with a passion for reproductive justice and an openness to learning. To become a Trust Women intern, applicants must be hard-working and dedicated. Interns will be provided with the opportunity to make a lasting impact with an organization making historical gains in an area of the country in need of innovative and adventurous activism. Class credit is available. On-site and virtual internships available.

Duties:

  • Attend important legislative votes and hearings as schedule permits
  • Update list of legislators and position on choice; track choice-related legislation
  • Assist Trust Women lobbyist as necessary
  • Assist with crafting Trust Women testimony to be presented at committee hearings
  • Participate in coalition calls and meetings

Requirements:

  • Knowledge of and experience with state government, particularly the legislative process
  • Ability to read and summarize bills, navigate legislative websites
  • Ability to attend important votes and hearings
  • Strong written and spoken communication skills
  • Able to work on multiple projects at a time
  •  Ability to meet deadlines and new challenges as they arise
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite products
  • Preference will be given to candidates with political science or legal education or training.

How to Apply: 

Indicate which position(s) you are interested in applying for, as well as when you are available to start. Please send the following items to info@itrustwomen.org:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Three references at minimum
  • Writing sample
  • Letters of recommendation are welcome but not required.

ADVOCACY AND OUTREACH INTERNSHIP

Trust Women opens clinics that provide abortion care in underserved communities so that all women can make their own decisions about their health care. Internships for Trust Women provide the opportunity to see how each component of the organization works together; those who work for Trust Women wear many hats and assist each other as needed.

We are seeking motivated, take-charge interns with a passion for reproductive justice and an openness to learning. To become a Trust Women intern, applicants must be hard-working and dedicated. Interns will be provided with the opportunity to make a lasting impact with an organization making historical gains in an area of the country in need of innovative and adventurous activism. Class credit is available. On-site and virtual internships available.

Duties:

  • Assist with recruitment, tracking and communication with volunteers
  • Track volunteer engagement spreadsheets and schedule of volunteer opportunities
  • Work closely with Advocacy and Outreach Director to research and create information materials used in tabling and educational events (for public and legislators)
  • Research opportunities in both Kansas and Oklahoma for outreach and tabling events
  • Assist with the planning and development of various actions
  • Assist Advocacy and Outreach Director with various administrative projects

Requirements:

  • Mastery of Microsoft Office Suite (PowerPoint, Excel, Word)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Phone skills and the ability to sound natural and inviting on phone calls
  • Highly organized and able to organize information efficiently
  • Preference given to those with ability to work weekends and some evenings as outreach and advocacy actions arise

How to Apply:
Indicate which position(s) you are interested in applying for, as well as when you are available to start. Please send the following items to info@itrustwomen.org:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Three references at minimum
  • Writing sample
  • Letters of recommendation are welcome but not required.

COMMUNICATIONS INTERNSHIP

Trust Women opens clinics that provide abortion care in underserved communities so that all women can make their own decisions about their health care. Internships for Trust Women provide the opportunity to see how each component of the organization works together; those who work for Trust Women wear many hats and assist each other as needed.

We are seeking motivated, take-charge interns with a passion for reproductive justice and an openness to learning. To become a Trust Women intern, applicants must be hard-working and dedicated. Interns will be provided with the opportunity to make a lasting impact with an organization making historical gains in an area of the country in need of innovative and adventurous activism. Class credit is available. On-site and virtual internships available.

Duties:

  • Work with WordPress and other programs to develop and maintain website content
  • Assist Communications Director in compiling quarterly reports on website and social media performance
  • Generate content for monthly electronic newsletters and other updates for supporters
  • Assist with research and content for all Trust Women and Trust Women South Wind Women’s Center social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.)

Requirements:

  • Exhibit working knowledge of various social media platforms (this may mean making your profiles temporarily public during the interview process to get a sense of how well you have mastered these mediums.)
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Fluency in WordPress is highly preferred
  • Web development and/or graphic design knowledge and experience highly preferred
  • Ability to report on quantitative and qualitative goals
  • Ability to work and research independently and report back on a variety of projects

How to Apply:
Indicate which position(s) you are interested in applying for, as well as when you are available to start. Please send the following items to info@itrustwomen.org:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Three references at minimum
  • Writing sample
  • Letters of recommendation are welcome but not required.

DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP

Trust Women opens clinics that provide abortion care in underserved communities so that all women can make their own decisions about their health care. Internships for Trust Women provide the opportunity to see how each component of the organization works together; those who work for Trust Women wear many hats and assist each other as needed.

We are seeking motivated, take-charge interns with a passion for reproductive justice and an openness to learning. To become a Trust Women intern, applicants must be hard-working and dedicated. Interns will be provided with the opportunity to make a lasting impact with an organization making historical gains in an area of the country in need of innovative and adventurous activism. Class credit is available. On-site and virtual internships available.

Duties:

  • Craft fundraising letters and other correspondence with donors
  • Assist with fundraising database, including regular reports, data entry and donors
  • Assist with coordination of events, researching vendors, preparing invitations, making follow-up calls and tracking RSVPs
  • Assist with research in to strategies to optimize donor engagement and fundraising
  •  Assist with proven fundraising in direct mail, online and non-traditional strategies
  • Work with Development Director on various administrative projects

Requirements:

  • Commitment and passion for organizational development and the ongoing health and success of a Trust Women Foundation.
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Familiarity with and use of a contribution tracking database highly preferred
  • Excellent research skills
  • Organizational and proficient administrative skills required

How to Apply:
Indicate which position(s) you are interested in applying for, as well as when you are available to start. Please send the following items to info@itrustwomen.org:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Three references at minimum
  • Writing sample
  •  Letters of recommendation are welcome but not required.