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103,000.00 - 120,000.00
Healthcare / Health Services
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7-10 Years
Required Travel
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Yearly Salary
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Resources for Abortion Delivery (RAD) seeks nominations and applications for a Senior Manager, Learning and Evaluation. RAD envisions a future where reproductive freedom and justice prevail for all people, including those who are BIPOC, poor or low-income, or otherwise marginalized. RAD’s mission is to promote the continued existence and resiliency of the U.S. abortion delivery sector so that abortion seekers have timely and equitable access to quality abortion care.

Founded in 2016 and now with a strong track record and a staff of 13 people, RAD connects independent abortion providers across the country with the funding and other vital resources they need to adapt and evolve in a complex and rapidly changing environment. As a funding intermediary, RAD acts as a grantmaker for charitable donors, leveraging sector knowledge and grantmaking capacity to fuel and deploy funder investments in abortion service delivery through practical and timely responses to pressing challenges facing the field. RAD provides expertise and guidance not only to funders but also to grantees, sharing information, research, and customized technical assistance as needed. Since its inception, RAD has played an important role bridging independent abortion delivery and funders; this has brought over $74M in support to the sector to expand patient access.

As a member of the data and operations team and working closely with RAD leadership and program staff, the Senior Manager will help RAD build its organizational learning muscle. The Senior Manager will be responsible for helping RAD gather, synthesize, and analyze information from both internal and external sources regarding the status of abortion service delivery; assess the impact of RAD's grantmaking and other programmatic work; and seek to deepen our understanding of what the sector needs. Additionally, the Senior Manager will work with program leadership and staff to develop and maintain organizational and program specific evaluation plans. This role reports to the Chief Operating Officer (COO).


The Senior Manager of Learning and Evaluation will bring an inquiry mindset, quantitative and qualitative data analysis skills, strong relationship-building, management, and organizational skills to their work. They will engage in the following responsibilities for the role:

Develop, systemize, and manage program monitoring, learning, and evaluation activities.
The Senior Manager will work closely with leadership and staff to further develop, implement, and maintain evaluation plans for the organization and its specific funding streams and programs. They will facilitate data review and learning meetings with various internal stakeholders and encourage curiosity and questioning among staff. They will also maintain a system of documented learnings and prepare reports, including annual program reports and grant reports. Finally, the Senior Manager will share observations and insights with the Data Systems Specialist & IT Manager and program staff to support accurate and timely reporting of program and facility data via a customized database.

Structure, organize, and expand organizational knowledge on abortion service delivery and sector needs.
The Senior Manager will create and manage systems for capturing, synthesizing, organizing, and making internally available information about the sector's status and needs. They will contribute to organizational knowledge by analyzing existing and new quantitative and qualitative data on service delivery and access, gathered by program staff and made available by external sources.

They will stay up to date on new and relevant research and publications and will maintain relationships with reproductive health and abortion researchers and research spaces within the parameters of academia, nonprofits, and/or government. They will structure and support processes for staff to apply organizational knowledge, data, and learnings to create new resources and interventions.

Translate, compartmentalize, and share data and learning content with external stakeholders.
The Senior Manager will collaborate closely with RAD leadership and staff in order to identify the most appropriate content relating to abortion service delivery and RAD programs for various external stakeholders and target audiences, including abortion providers, funders, and allied organizations supporting abortion care delivery and access. They will oversee the identification and utilization of the most effective and relevant sources of information. In addition, they will organize the gathered information in a way that is tailored to the audience's interests and needs. This includes utilizing existing channels, such as the Service Delivery Funders Group, as well as collaborating with staff to create or resurrect new channels.



While no one candidate will embody all the qualifications enumerated below, the ideal candidate will possess many of the following professional and personal abilities, attributes, and experiences:

  • At least (7) years of experience within an abortion-related setting or within the following related fields: reproductive health, healthcare delivery, public health, and/or philanthropy.
  • Experience supporting teams through investigative and evaluative learning processes.
  • Ability to perform detailed examination of quantitative and qualitative information and form a reasoned assessment.
  • Willingness and ability to engage in strategic thinking and planning in a team environment, under the direction of executive leadership. Skilled at synthesizing large amounts of information; provides input and feedback; energetically and flexibly participates in brainstorming iterative ideas and solutions.
  • Ability and commitment to critically examine structural inequities rooted in race, gender, economic status, and other dimensions of social identity; experience working as part of a team to take action to address these internally and programmatically.
  • Strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills - with emphasis on ability to write with clarity, brevity, and in plain language, including when conveying complex critical analysis.
  • Experience with maintaining composure and thriving - and supporting teams to thrive - in a dynamic and evolving organizational and external environment.
  • Ability to effectively work, collaborate with diverse partners, and manage a team, in a remote (virtual) work environment.


The starting salary for this position is $103,000 – $120,000 annually.

Hopewell Fund offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes 100% employer-paid health, dental, and vision insurance for employees (and their families). Employees are able to enroll in 401k retirement plan and are eligible for a 3% automatic contribution and up to a 3% employer match on 401k contributions. Employees are also eligible for pre-tax transportation benefits. Employees will receive 160 hours (4 weeks) of vacation time, 80 hours of health leave, up to 2 days of casual leave, and 20 hours of volunteer leave annually. Employees will also receive 13 paid holidays throughout the calendar year. Employees are eligible for 12 weeks of paid family and medical leave after 90 days of employment. All employees of Hopewell Fund are required to complete timesheets.

Additional benefits include:

  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance
  • Base-term life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • Flexible spending account for medical and dependent care
  • Up to $1500/year (gross) remote work stipend
  • Up to $500/year for professional development
  • Up to $200 for a new smartphone every 2 years, and up to $75/month for cell phone plan


This position requires travel approximately four to six times annually, with an average of one to two overnight stays per visit.

The physical requirements of this position are as follows: job duties may be modified as necessary to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with a disability.

  • Ability to operate a computer for long periods of time, and to use a cellphone.
  • Ability to communicate with internal staff and external stakeholders via video conference, the telephone, email, and in person.
  • Access to a space from which to work virtually on a full-time basis.

More information about Resources for Abortion Delivery may be found at:

This search is being led by Cara Pearsall and Tyra Gravesande of NPAG. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Candidates may submit their cover letter, outlining their interest and qualifications, along with their resume and three professional references via NPAG’s website.

Hopewell participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with employees’ Form I-9 information to confirm authorization to work in the United States. Job candidates and employees authorized to work may not be discriminated against on the basis ofnational origin or citizenship status.

Hopewell Fund and RAD believe in the power of diverse and inclusive organizations. We strongly encourage candidates from across the full spectrum of identity, background, and experience to apply.

Hopewell Fund Careers
Resources for Abortion Delivery is a project of Hopewell Fund, a 501(c)(3) public charity that incubates new and innovative public-interest projects and grant-making programs. Hopewell Fund is committed to attracting, developing, and retaining exceptional people, and to creating a work environment that is dynamic, rewarding and enables each of us to realize our potential. Hopewell Fund’s work environment is safe and open to all employees and partners, respecting the full spectrum of race, color, religious creed, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, political affiliation, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, and all other classifications protected by law in the locality and/or state in which you are working.

Job ID: 73892051
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