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Perinatal Support Specialists
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The Perinatal Support Specialist (PSP) position is a part time contractor position. This position will not replace fulltime employment. PSP Certification is REQUIRED before hiring. PSP Certification is different from basic doula training. Certification is $800.00 and is available to all applicants we intend to hire (Payment plans available).
The Perinatal Support Specialist will be a detailed, mostly self-directed and disciplined team member with a passion for birth equity, improving birth outcomes and supporting mothers during all perinatal stages. The purpose of this position is to ensure positive birth outcomes in the Akron and Cleveland community identified hotspots. This roles requires training with little to no absences, some travel, and organization to insure time management and modeling for clients.
* Money order only for training NO cash
We are currently hiring at both Akron and Cleveland campuses! Open interviews will be held Thursday, February 27th and Friday, February 28th from 11 am-2 pm at our home office in Cleveland, Ohio.
Applicants must bring resume and be prepared to complete paper application upon arrival. Please be prepared to wait up to an hour at our office before interviewing.
*Be advised that our office is a house.*
*This training is only available for women in the community with household incomes of $70,000 or less who are not employed by health institutions or partner organizations (ie. Case, UH, Neighborhood Connections, Famicos, The Cleveland Clinic). Health Institutions and partners who are interested in training must contact Christin Farmer at to create a training or replication plan.
Become a certified Doula in the state of Ohio
Doula Basic Training is scheduled to take place July 3rd, 5th and 6th, 2020.
A $100 deposit is required. Please contact us at 216-307-1538 for more information.
Note: Those who complete this training will not automatically be employees of Birthing Beautiful Communities, but will be able to work as a trained doulas in Ohio and can apply for employment. More info will follow.
Our mission is to teach and engage stakeholders in developing truly equitable practices that align the company's goals and vision with their commitment to racial diversity by integrating customized effective tools best suited for their employees, clients and patient populations, with specific focus on outcomes in the social determinants of health sectors, which improve maternal and infant birth outcome.
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