Job Opportunities

We have several exciting opportunities for 2018 as we grow and expand our staff to serve more families!  Stayed tuned for Upcoming Career Info Sessions in March include Monday 3/26 at 6pm and Saturday 3/31 at 10am, held at our office.  Below is our posting for Certified Nurse Midwife and Midwife Assistant (similar to Medical Assistant Role for Office).  More postings coming!

We are a nonprofit, CABC accredited, free-standing birth center located in downtown Atlanta. It is our mission is to be a sanctuary that nurtures the lives of women and their families by providing a continuum of family-centered holistic care surrounding the childbearing experience.

We have a vision of a community where birth is embraced as the most fundamental part of a conscious and connected human experience, where women’s voices are heard and medical intervention is a necessary exception- not the norm.

We opened July of 2016 and are thriving with 6 midwives who attend approximately 30 births per month. We are committed to excellent outcomes and are well integrated in the medical system.

Atlanta Birth Center is grateful to have been born into a rich and vibrant birth community of doulas, childbirth educators, lactation consultants, and so much more.

Atlanta Birth Center helped create Vital Atlanta- a health collective, offering person-centered wellness through integrated care and shared space. Vital Atlanta includes acupuncture, chiropractic, naturopathic medicine, pelvic floor physical therapy, Arvigo Maya abdominal massage, nutrition & lactation, thermography, and psychology all in one location.

Certified Nurse Midwife

We are seeking a full-time certified nurse midwife who shares our vision and is passionate about providing comprehensive, holistic, personalized and evidence-based care in an out-of-hospital setting. Our ideal candidate will be aligned with the Midwifery Model of Care, be familiar with nutritional, physical, and emotional needs for pregnancy, be an effective communicator, be able to work and thrive in a team environment, and be compassionate and comfortable with shared decision making. They must love and trust birth as a normal event, yet possess the skills and knowledge to recognize and act appropriately on any variation from normal.

Our midwives offer comprehensive prenatal, labor, birth, postpartum, and well woman care to a diverse clientele, as well as precept midwifery students. Our midwives have clinical privileges at Atlanta Medical Center (located 1.2 miles from Atlanta Birth Center) in order to provide continuity of care to our clients on Labor and Delivery and Postpartum. We also first assist cesarean births and facilitate family centered cesareans.

Our ideal candidate is one who has previous experience and a strong knowledge base of out-of-hospital birth (birth center or homebirth) and hospital experience. Additional trainings and/or interest in natural medicine and functional medicine an additional plus!

Competitive salary and benefits offered. We are looking for a start date of  May/June 2018.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Midwife Assistant (M.A.)

The Atlanta Birth Center Midwife Assistant is responsible for providing office administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the clinic and the birth center. The MA will support the midwives and their clients through a variety of tasks related to patient care management in the office, such as check in, vital signs, basic phlebotomy, chart organization, and coordinating referrals.  Good communication, completion of all activities accurately and efficiently, with a service oriented approach is ideal . They must possess empathy, listening skills and quality clinical competency. The role is similar to the role/training of traditional medical assistants in an office setting.

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Registered Nurse (R.N.)

During a birth, a nurse acts as the birth assistant to the certified nurse midwife. The midwife calls the on-call nurse when birth is expected to be imminent, and the nurse is required to arrive at the birth center within 30 minutes of being called. The birth assistant nurse is also responsible for discharge of the postpartum patients 6-12 hours later. Atlanta Birth Center also utilizes home visit nurses who provide in-home postpartum assessment and support at 24-48 hours after birth.

Qualifications: Current Georgia RN license, Current BLS, Current NRP, Preferably experienced with labor, birth, postpartum and/or breastfeeding

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