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Executive Director


Lowell, Massachusetts


Pregnancy Care Center (PCC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit, pro-life Christ-centered ministry committed to saving lives physically, spiritually, and emotionally, one life at a time. PCC ministry is rooted in the compassion and love of Jesus Christ. They are passionate about sharing the love of Jesus Christ and providing ongoing support to new families from the moment a new life is confirmed through pregnancy, childbirth, and until a baby is one year old. This ministry is about sharing the gospel and empowering people to make positive, life-affirming choices.


The Executive Director is responsible for the successful execution of the PCC's mission, strategic initiatives, and growth objectives. This includes oversight of development, fundraising, relationships with donors, and center operations. As a non-voting member of the Board, the Executive Director will play an essential role in helping to set the vision for the organization, which is determined by the Board. The Executive Director will lead a team of dedicated staff members and volunteers. This person needs to be an engaged disciple with interpersonal, collaborative, and administrative acumen as well as the ability to actualize God's plan for the ministry.


The history of the PCC began during the time when many Christians were involved in Operation Rescue, which resulted in picketing at abortion clinics. A group of priests and pastors joined together to pray and seek how to engage women with an alternative to abortion and sought to find a better way to help women who were in crisis. The goal was to support women rather than condemning their actions. Through answered prayer, in 1985, the first Pregnancy Care Center opened in Haverhill.


Today, the PCC has three locations:

  • Haverhill:

    107 Merrimack Street, a busy downtown location. The PCC has supported the Haverhill community since its inception, this is their 3rd location since 1985. 

  • Lawrence:

    124 Ames Street opened 14 years ago and is the busiest of the 3 locations.

  • Lowell:

    151 Warren Street serves as the headquarters for the ministry. The PCC has been in Lowell for 6 years, but the Warren Street location opened in January 2024.


As a client-centered ministry, every role performed within their centers is an act of expressing their ministry as the Body of Christ.

The Pregnancy Care Center has helped over 4,500 women in the past 10 years by providing the following free and confidential services:

  • Unplanned Pregnancy Program

  • Self-Administered Pregnancy Tests

  • Options Education

  • Referral for Onsite Ultrasound

  • Clothing, Food, and Furnishings (for mother and baby)

  • Healthy Mother/Healthy Baby Education

  • Infant Care & Parenting Education

  • Community Referrals: Adoption, Housing, Legal, Medical, Social Services

  • Sexual Integrity & Healthy Relationship Education

  • Post-Abortion Mentoring Education


Pregnancy Testing

The PCC offers free, self-administered pregnancy tests to determine if a woman is pregnant.

Onsite Ultrasound Referrals

A pregnancy test is only an indication of a possible pregnancy. Next, an ultrasound is needed to verify if the pregnancy is viable (growing). The PCC has ultrasound services in each office location. The ultrasound program is run by an independent medical office.

After Abortion Support

Negative mental health effects after an abortion are not uncommon. Abortion is a serious medical procedure with risks, both physically and emotionally. The PCC offers post-abortion support for both men and women through an 8-week bible study program. This program is run by post-abortive volunteers both in person and virtually and is offered in English and Spanish.


Clients meet with their advocates every month for mentoring and support. They are reminded they’re in a safe, non-judgmental environment. When a woman senses her safety and knows she’s being heard, in her own time she will begin to engage and connect with her advocate. This relationship is the essence of our support for a new Mom. Her advocate walks with her on this journey until the baby is a year old and sometimes longer. 


To prepare a new Mom for parenting, clients are offered educational lessons on breastfeeding, taking care of a newborn, and many other topics during and after their pregnancy.


The Pregnancy Care Center is excited about the future as they increase their visibility in the community and funding each year. The Executive Director must continue with this momentum and create a strategic plan to maximize community engagement and giving. In partnership with the Board, he or she will play an essential role in implementing the vision for the organization both internally and externally. The Executive Director will need to have good communication and collaboration skills as well as the heart of a servant leader who can steward time, talents, and resources with integrity.  Currently, the staff includes 2 full-time employees and 7 part-time staff.


The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors. Currently, the president of the board is serving as the interim volunteer Executive Director. The board as well as the staff are passionate about the mission and are committed to the success of this new Executive Director. He or She will need to champion this mission in the community and to new and existing donors. Words that describe this person are Leader, Strategic Planner, Relational, Fundraiser, and Visionary.


Job Title: Executive Director

Reports To:  The Board of Directors which currently includes 6 members

Direct Reports:  Four direct reports: Manager of Marketing and Events, Client Service Manager (Haverhill/Lowell), Client Service Manager (Lawrence), Medical Officer Manager


1. Qualifications

  • Committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord; agrees with the PCC's Statement of Faith, Statement of Principle, and the policies of the center.

  • Strong commitment and dedication to the pro-life position and mission.

  • Proven ability to build relationships with individual donors and donor groups.

  • Strong skills and experience in fundraising, communication, and problem-solving.

  • Solid management experience with a proven track record of leading, managing a budget, and achieving goals.

  • Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a related field; Master’s preferred. Equivalent experience acceptable.

  • Ability to provide spiritual leadership and encouragement to staff and volunteers.

  • Experience as a volunteer or employee in ministry preferably in fundraising and development.

  • Demonstrated ability to create an environment that allows capable leaders to excel

2. Development

  • Lead execution of major fundraising events.

  • Communicate with donors, mission groups, and churches regularly.

  • Engage in opportunities that bring visibility to the PCC within the community.

  • Obtain feedback and continually assess the effectiveness of service delivery and programming.

  • Establish annual revenue resource goals and plans.

  • Oversee the grant writing process.

3. Public Relations

  • Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with local pastors and churches, as well as other organizations that meet client needs.

  • Oversee the development and revision of promotional materials; contribute copy for newsletters and direct mail campaigns.

  • Act as a resource within the community regarding pregnancy resource centers and the work of pro-life ministry.

  • Represent and speak on behalf of the PCC to the media when necessary.

  • Work closely with the Board to promote public awareness of the ministry through advertising, church presentations, videos, etc.

4. Administration

  • Provide managerial support, direction, supervision, and training to all staff; hold regular staff meetings.

  • Conduct written and oral evaluations of staff on an annual basis. Recruit new personnel as approved by the board.

  • Coordinate with the Treasurer, Directors, and other staff to develop the annual budget, complete the annual audit, and track spending.

  • Ensure that accurate record keeping is maintained and that current financial and statistical records are reported to the Board monthly.

  • Manage a yearly calendar for the ministry, including special events.

  • Ensure that all center policies and procedures are carried out; coordinate with appropriate staff regarding the implementation of new or updated policies.

  • Ensure the professional appearance of each center and oversee any improvements.

5. Relationship with the Board of Directors

  • Provide input to the Board as they set the mission, strategic initiatives, and short-term & long-term operational objectives.

  • Consult with and utilize the experience and skill set of Board members.

  • Provide frequent, informal communications with Board members to keep them abreast of ExD and center activities and concerns.

  • Attend Board meetings and present updates on active projects and initiatives. Present staffing and expenditure requests to the Board for approval.

  • Present contracts, leases, etc. to the Board for approval before signing documents on behalf of the PCC.


  • Salary: $70-100K (based on experience)

  • Benefits: Medical and 401(k)

  • Vacation: Two (2) weeks, with an increase each year

  • Relocation: Negotiable

  • Travel: Merrimack Valley and surrounding areas (PCC centers, community, and donor engagement)

  • Location: Living in or relocation to the Merrimack Valley: New Hampshire and Massachusetts


The Merrimack Valley is a bi-state region along the Merrimack River in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts. The Merrimack is one of the larger waterways in New England and has helped to define the livelihood and culture of those living along it for millennia. Major cities in the Merrimack Valley include Concord, Manchester, and Nashua in New Hampshire and Lowell, Lawrence, and Haverhill in Massachusetts. The Valley was a major center of the textile industry in the 19th century. The median home price ranges from $300-400K.

To learn more about the work of Pregnancy Care Center, please visit their client website at and their donor website at

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