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Job Opportunities

Below are current openings with Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California or our 501(c)(3) sister-arm, California Planned Parenthood Education Fund, or other Planned Parenthood local organizations in California:


President and CEO

Organization Background

For more than 40 years, the California Planned Parenthood Education Fund (CPPEF)/Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California (PPAC) has been on the forefront of successful efforts to protect the reproductive freedom of all Californians. Our vision and leadership has spurred lawmakers to enact legislation that makes California a national leader in the funding of family planning and other reproductive health care services.  And now more than any other time in our history, we need your help.

Description

The successful candidate will be devoted to supporting Planned Parenthood’s public policy efforts.  In partnership with the Board of Directors, this person will develop/guide the state and federal legislative, lobbying, advocacy, fundraising, organizing and electoral strategies/programs that advance the mission of the seven California Planned Parenthood affiliates. In addition, the President provides leadership and vision to a statewide office and staff, based in Sacramento.

The key areas of responsibility will include crafting and implementing strategic vision for public policy and electoral efforts, serving as the primary policy spokesperson to the media and public, and serving as the lead staff person with statewide coalition partners and with advocacy- related Planned Parenthood national efforts.

The successful candidate must possess a strong belief and commitment to CPPEF/PPAC’s mission and values, a Bachelor’s Degree in public policy, government relations or related areas and a minimum of 7 years demonstrated leadership experience in a public policy environment. A Graduate Degree in law or public health is desired. Demonstrated skills in fundraising, strategic planning, media relations and negotiations are required; excellent oral, written and presentation skills are also essential to your success.  Must be willing to travel.  Prior experience with California governmental bodies and departments preferred.  Planned Parenthood experience desirable.

Benefits

In addition to competitive compensation and a generous paid time off program we offer medical, dental, vision, long term disability and life insurance plans.  We also offer flexible spending accounts and a 401(k) plan with employer matching.  Interested candidates are invited to email cover letter, resume and writing sample to lrotter@planned.org.

Note: Please indicate "CEO, [last name]" as the subject of emailed applications.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Planned Parenthood promotes diversity and practices equality.


Legislative Intern Spring 2017

Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California (PPAC) is a 501(c)(4) organization. California Planned Parenthood Education Fund is a 501(c)(3) organization. Both organizations handle the state-wide legal, legislative, regulatory, and advocacy work for California’s eight separately incorporated Planned Parenthood affiliates. These affiliates run 115 health centers and handle more than 1 million patient visits annually.

Description

Come join PPAC’s outstanding legislative team, and gain valuable experience with a leading non-profit organization. Job duties will consist of: legislative file maintenance, bill tracking, topic research, legislative staff support, writing committee letters of support/opposition, daily assistance to the Legislative and Public Affairs Coordinator and Legislative Director and various other assigned duties. Additional responsibilities will include supporting campaign field organizing to support priority ballot initiatives and voter registration efforts including research, tracking data, and field events. Occasional campaign field events may be during evening hours.

Qualifications

  • Commitment to PPAC’s mission
  • Experience with office filing & organization procedures
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Skilled at time management
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience with legislative processes preferred

Position Type

Internship. Up to 40 hours a week, with a minimum commitment of 18 hours a week for the fall semester (flexible according to your schedule and school calendar).

This position is based in Sacramento, CA.

Compensation

Our internships are unpaid. We are happy to work with institutions to secure academic credit when available.

How to Apply

Submit a cover letter, resume, two references, and short writing sample. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Email application, cover letter, and writing sample to: nikki.goehring@ppacca.org

Note: Applicants must indicate "Legislative Intern, Spring 2017, [last name]" as the subject of emailed applications. Cover letter, resume, reference contact information, and writing sample should be sent as attachments.

Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California is an equal opportunity employer, committed to inclusive hiring and dedicated to diversity in our work and staff. We strongly encourage people from all groups and communities to apply.


Legal Intern Summer 2017

Classification: Internship
Reports to:
Chief Legal Counsel
Region: Sacramento, CA
Department: Legal

Organization Background

The Legal Department provides legal representation to two organizations: Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California (PPAC) and California Planned Parenthood Education Fund (CPPEF).  Together, these organizations handle the state-wide legal, legislative, regulatory, advocacy, and electoral work for California’s seven separately incorporated Planned Parenthood Affiliates.  These Affiliates operate 115 health centers and handle more than 1.6 million patient visits annually.

PPAC (a 501(c)(4) organization) follows state and federal legislation in a number of public policy arenas.  It leads the policy, legislative and electoral work for the California Affiliates and coordinates social media campaigns.  CPPEF (a 501(c)(3) organization) promotes education, counseling, and clinical services in the fields of reproductive health care and family planning, and more recently, primary care.  We handle administrative, legislative and regulatory actions, including statewide and local initiatives, as well as, on occasion, litigation.  We coordinate a number of cross-affiliate projects and regularly convene meetings and trainings for the California Affiliates on a host of issues.

Our mission is to create a personally and politically safe climate in which individuals have universal and unfettered access to sexual and reproductive health care and can make their own decisions about these services.

PPAC’s vision and leadership has spurred lawmakers to enact legislation that makes California a national leader in the funding of family planning and other reproductive health care services.  PPAC played a key role in augmenting state funding for family planning and has played a leading role in the fight against anti-choice legislation for 40 years.

Values

For more than 40 years, PPAC/CPPEF has been on the forefront of successful efforts to protect the reproductive freedom of all Californians. We believe that by honoring certain core values in our everyday work, we will be better able to promote sound public policies relating to reproductive health care, family planning services, comprehensive sexuality education, and clinic services, and ensure access to all.  By working together effectively we are able to serve our affiliates and achieve our common goals.  Our values are: personal responsibility, leadership, communication (effective problem solving, conflict resolution), teamwork, excellence, innovation, ethics, integrity and honesty.

Responsibilities

Law students are expected to have strong legal research and writing skills and an interest in healthcare, social justice issues, and reproductive rights. Responsibilities include:

  • In-depth legal and legislative research, analysis and drafting;
  • Presentations to affiliate staff on healthcare related issues;
  • Monitoring and responding to legislative, regulatory, and other litigation and policy developments, including legislative hearings, administrative rulemaking, relevant litigation, and other events; and
  • Development and drafting of policy and advocacy materials, including bill analyses, fact sheets, and talking points, for use in lobbying activities and outreach.

Qualifications

  • Excellent legal research and writing skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including internet research
  • Demonstrated commitment to reproductive rights and social justice
  • Interest in healthcare and public interest law

Position Type

Internship: 40 hours per week for at least 10-12 weeks. This position is based in Sacramento, CA. 

Compensation

Our internships are typically unpaid. We are happy to work with institutions to secure fellowships or academic credit when available. We have a small budget to either supplement or cover one internship.

How to Apply

Email application to: CAresumes@ppacca.org

Note: Applicants must indicate "Legal Intern-Summer 2017, [last name]" as the subject of emailed applications. Cover letter, resume, three references with contact information, and a short unedited writing sample (5-10 pages). All required documents should be sent as attachments. Please note in your cover letter where you initially saw the intern position listed.

Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California is an equal opportunity employer, committed to inclusive hiring and dedicated to diversity in our work and staff. We strongly encourage people from all groups and communities to apply.

Closing Date: Rolling basis, until February 1st.


Legal Intern Spring 2017

Classification: Internship
Reports to:
Chief Legal Counsel
Region: Sacramento, CA
Department: Legal

Organization Background

The Legal Department provides legal representation to two organizations: Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California (PPAC) and California Planned Parenthood Education Fund (CPPEF).  Together, these organizations handle the state-wide legal, legislative, regulatory, advocacy, and electoral work for California’s seven separately incorporated Planned Parenthood Affiliates.  These Affiliates operate 115 health centers and handle more than 1.6 million patient visits annually.

PPAC (a 501(c)(4) organization) follows state and federal legislation in a number of public policy arenas.  It leads the policy, legislative and electoral work for the California Affiliates and coordinates social media campaigns.  CPPEF (a 501(c)(3) organization) promotes education, counseling, and clinical services in the fields of reproductive health care and family planning, and more recently, primary care.  We handle administrative, legislative and regulatory actions, including statewide and local initiatives, as well as, on occasion, litigation.  We coordinate a number of cross-affiliate projects and regularly convene meetings and trainings for the California Affiliates on a host of issues.

Our mission is to create a personally and politically safe climate in which individuals have universal and unfettered access to sexual and reproductive health care and can make their own decisions about these services.

PPAC’s vision and leadership has spurred lawmakers to enact legislation that makes California a national leader in the funding of family planning and other reproductive health care services.  PPAC played a key role in augmenting state funding for family planning and has played a leading role in the fight against anti-choice legislation for 40 years.

Values

For more than 40 years, PPAC/CPPEF has been on the forefront of successful efforts to protect the reproductive freedom of all Californians. We believe that by honoring certain core values in our everyday work, we will be better able to promote sound public policies relating to reproductive health care, family planning services, comprehensive sexuality education, and clinic services, and ensure access to all.  By working together effectively we are able to serve our affiliates and achieve our common goals.  Our values are: personal responsibility, leadership, communication (effective problem solving, conflict resolution), teamwork, excellence, innovation, ethics, integrity and honesty.

Responsibilities

Law students are expected to have strong legal research and writing skills and an interest in healthcare, social justice issues, and reproductive rights. Responsibilities include:

  • In-depth legal and legislative research, analysis and drafting;
  • Presentations to affiliate staff on healthcare related issues;
  • Monitoring and responding to legislative, regulatory, and other litigation and policy developments, including legislative hearings, administrative rulemaking, relevant litigation, and other events; and
  • Development and drafting of policy and advocacy materials, including bill analyses, fact sheets, and talking points, for use in lobbying activities and outreach.

Qualifications

  • Excellent legal research and writing skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including internet research
  • Demonstrated commitment to reproductive rights and social justice
  • Interest in healthcare and public interest law

Position Type

Internship. Approximately 15-20 hours per week for fall semester (flexible according to your schedule and school calendar). This position is based in Sacramento, CA. Spring legal interns will be required to work in our office 1 day/week and have the option to work remotely the rest of the week. We will also consider covering travel expenses.

Compensation

Our internships are unpaid. We are happy to work with institutions to secure academic credit when available.

How to Apply

Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California
Attn: Legal Department
555 Capitol Mall #510
Sacramento, CA 95814
CAresumes@ppacca.org 

E-mail submissions are preferred.

Note: Applicants must indicate "Legal Intern, Spring 2017, [last name]" as the subject of emailed applications. Cover letter, resume, three references with contact information, transcript, and a short unedited writing sample (5-10 pages) should be sent as attachments. Please note in your cover letter where you initially saw the intern position listed.

Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California is an equal opportunity employer, committed to inclusive hiring and dedicated to diversity in our work and staff. We strongly encourage people from all groups and communities to apply.

Closing Date: Rolling basis


Communications Intern Spring 2017

Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California (PPAC) is a 501(c)(4) organization. California Planned Parenthood Education Fund is a 501(c)(3) organization. Both organizations handle the state-wide legal, legislative, regulatory, and advocacy work for California’s seven separately incorporated Planned Parenthood affiliates. These affiliates run 115 health centers and handle more than 1.5 million patient visits annually.

Communication Internship Description

Come join PPAC’s outstanding team and gain valuable experience with a leading non-profit organization. Job duties will consist of: working directly with our Director of Communications; drafting and pitching press releases, media alerts and other stories; updating press lists; managing press events; and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Committed to and passionate about PPAC’s mission
  • Completed or working toward a college degree, preferably in a related field (e.g. Journalism, Communications, and/or Public Relations)
  • Must be computer-literate; Strong proficiency in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously

Position Type

Internship. Up to 30 hours a week, with a minimum commitment of 15 hours a week (flexible according to your school schedule).

This position is based in Sacramento, CA.

Compensation

Our internships are unpaid. We are happy to work with institutions to secure academic credit when available.

How to Apply: Submit a cover letter, resume, two references, and two short writing samples. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Email application, cover letter, and writing sample to: CAresumes@ppacca.org

Note: Applicants must indicate "Communications Intern, S 2017, [last name]" as the subject of emailed applications. Cover letter, resume, reference contact information, and writing samples should be sent as attachments.

California Planned Parenthood Education Fund, Inc. / Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California is an equal opportunity employer, committed to inclusive hiring and dedicated to diversity in our work and staff. We strongly encourage people from all groups and communities to apply.

Closing Date: Rolling basis


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