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Welcome to the Planned Parenthood Arizona Career Page!

At Planned Parenthood Arizona, we are committed to making a positive impact on the lives of individuals and communities through comprehensive reproductive healthcare services and education. Our mission is to provide compassionate, confidential, and high-quality care, empowering people to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive health.

As you explore our career opportunities, you'll find a supportive and inclusive work environment that values diversity and respects each team member's unique contributions. Whether you're a healthcare professional, educator, advocate, or administrator, joining our team means joining a passionate community dedicated to advancing reproductive rights and access to care.

We are looking for individuals who share our vision of a world where all people have the freedom to lead healthy and fulfilling lives. If you're ready to make a difference and work towards creating a more equitable and just society, we invite you to browse our current openings and consider joining us on this important journey.

Together, we can build a future where everyone has the resources and support they need to thrive.

Featured Positions

Receptionist/Administrative Assistant

The Receptionist is responsible for assisting the Office of the President, mail and check processing, coordinating meetings and appointments, maintaining the upkeep of the office, and performing administrative and project work for various departments.
Apply Here.

Organizing Manager

The Organizing Manager is a position meant to teach, mentor, and resource local organizers working to achieve reproductive freedom in Arizona in contexts of community building, legislative session, elections, and litigation. The OM is responsible for working with local PPAZ organizers in their campaigns and linking these efforts in an overall collaborative Organizing Plan that clearly dovetails to the annualized Strategic Plan of PPAZ. Apply Here

Medical Assistant / Health Care Assistant

The Medical Assistant or Health Care Assistant is responsible for supporting the delivery of reproductive health care services under the medical supervision of a Clinician and/or Physician. They assist clients by providing testing, screening, and education required for the provision of medical reproductive health care.
Apply Here. 

In This Together Ethos

In This Together articulates Planned Parenthood’s commitment to ensure that employees are respected, cared for and engaged. When employees are engaged, we are better able to deliver the best care and experience to every person, every time. Exceptional care and experience translate to:

  • increased patient & client retention and loyalty
  • improved patient experience and health outcomes 
  • greater health equity across the diverse communities we serve and partner with every day.                     

‘In This Together’ is our Service Ethos — it describes the spirit of our culture and community. We live out our “In This Together” ethos through our workplace values, leadership best practices, service standards and service recovery components.

Workplace Values are the pillars of our culture, reinforcing collaboration between colleagues, and defining how we behave and work together. They describe how we show up for our colleagues each and every day.

Leadership Best Practices align with our Workplace Values. They offer behaviors and practices for managers to exemplify the Workplace Values while supporting and leading their teams.

Service Standards are the principles that guide how we treat our patients, our clients, and each other in order to deliver the best possible experience.

Service Recovery leverages an evidence-based communication framework to empower all employees to proactively recognize and effectively resolve service failures at the point of service.

Staff Testimonials

Hear from our incredible staff as they share more about their role and what a typical day looks like working at PPAZ. 

Health Center Assistant

I started working for Planned Parenthood in Arizona because originally I worked for Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains. Once we start seeing patients, it is quick to go. We're seeing patients back to back to back and taking our time with them, really making sure they have all the education they need, that all the information they're asking for, any questions they have are answered. And we're really here as not only somebody to help them figure out if they need any medication or what resources they need but as somebody who can listen, I think that's a big part of working for Planned Parenthood in Arizona is being somebody who can listen because not a lot of people can advocate for themselves.

Cienna Carpenter, Health Care Assistant


Physician and Director of Clinical Research

I feel as though in my work at Planned Parenthood Arizona, I truly get to live and put into practice my principles of supporting people in what they believe is right for their lives and giving them the knowledge to make the best decisions for them. So often times that looks like providing an abortion for a patient who comes to me seeking one. It's truly wonderful and career affirming for me to be able to offer care to people who wouldn't get it elsewhere.

Sigrid (Siri) G. Williams, MD, MPH, FACOG, Staff Physician and Director of Clinical Research


Registered Nurse

Here at Planned Parenthood Arizona, I look forward to coming to work every day, working around like minded people that are mission oriented as myself encourages me to want to come to work every day. Not only that, but we have a fun environment and it's it's unlike any other place I've ever worked. It's the first place I've ever worked as a nurse where I'm free to be who I want to be.

Kischea Talbert, RN, Patient Navigator and Manager, Doula Program 


I knew I wanted to get into reproductive health and serve our community that is traditionally underserved and experiences challenges accessing care. I was fortunate to apply and be accepted into the service corp program that includes committing to working for the affiliate for a minimum of two years and during that time Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) pays my student loans. This opportunity freed up my finances to allow me to go back to school and further my career growth to become a nurse practitioner. I credit that to Planned Parenthood, both the Arizona affiliate and the Federation.

Danee Jones, BSN, Registered Nurse & Doula Program Coordinator  


Volunteer Coordinator

I got started with Planned Parenthood through their Planned Parenthood Generation Action club at the University that I went to. I eventually became a part of a Raiz program, which worked very closely with our Latin community. And from there I just became a volunteer lead. And now I am full time staff leading the volunteer program. I remember on my first day of working with Planned Parenthood, I was working with an organizer, and she said a quote to me that I now think of every single day when I'm volunteering. She said that volunteers come for the cause, but they stay for you. And I feel like that really resonated with me because relational organizing is what really drives people.

Isabel Gonzalez, Volunteer Coordinator


Senior Director, Education

In the Education Department at Planned Parenthood Arizona, we believe in a holistic approach and so for culture change, that means really addressing not just to the community at large in the standard people who live in the world, but also very specifically parents and caregivers, people who are raising children, who are raising the next generation, who they themselves, more often than not, didn't get a lot of support in education, in understanding their own sexuality. There are a lot of reasons why I do this work. And one of the most beautiful things that I get to witness is the shift, the aha moments, the putting down of shame that people have been carrying around with them for things that are totally human and totally normal.

Maria Rodriguez, Senior Director of Education


Clinical Research Manager

When I first started at Planned Parenthood Arizona, I came in as a health care system in our Glendale Health Center. And was very much just in love with all the services I was able to provide for our patients. There is such a plethora of opportunities to learn about how to deliver care for family planning, planning services such as birth control, gender affirming care, and then also on the other side of abortion services. After a few months of being a health care assistant, the affiliate launched the Department of Clinical Research and I pursued the research coordinator position. I was able to continue my work as an HCA, not only in Glendale but across all seven health centers we have in Arizona, and then also begin work in our new research department, which involved working with sponsors to bring in new studies and working with universities and other collaborators to really set the strong foundation for our research department.

Levi Anderson, CRQM, Clinical Research Manager


Medical Operations Coordinator

I chose to work at Planned Parenthood Arizona, because I believe the work we do and our mission is extremely important. I believe we help more people than anyone knows. I think it's super important to do the work that we do. I'm very passionate about it, and overall, it's also a really great place to work. It's really understanding everybody's really kind of close knit, easy to talk to, everyone gets along. It feels like all day you're just having fun with friends and I really enjoy going to work. So I think that's important for me is working somewhere where I wake up in the morning and I'm excited to go.

Katelyn Brunswick, Medical Operations Coordinator 


Administrative Assistant

The top reason that I choose to work with Planned Parenthood of Arizona is because I am very, very passionate about equality for all people. And I feel like, unfortunately, in this day, equality does not always equal to equal. My passion is to help support and make it equal for everyone and care about everyone and make sure that everybody gets the care that they deserve no matter what.

Audrea Delacruz, Administrative Assistant


Digital Communications Coordinator

 I have been involved with Planned Parenthood Arizona, since I was a teenager in high school. It's always been an organization that I really admired because it put people first. I then went to college and went on to be an education outreach intern, and there I was tabling and talking to people in the community and teaching everybody in Arizona who would come to our tables about sex education. I was then able to get a job with the marketing team and become a digital communications coordinator for this team. I have created a lot of content for our social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, and they're we provide accessible resources to all our followers about sex education and about the services that our health centers provide.

Jennifer Rivera, Digital Communications Coordinator


Medical and Insurance Benefits

  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Basic Life and AD+D - Paid by PPAZ
  • STD, LTD, Supplemental Life
  • Pet Insurance

Wellness Benefits

  • PTO and Paid Holidays
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Emotional wellbeing and work-life balance resources for you and your family. 
  • Full access to Calm—the #1 app for mental fitness. Calm subscription gives you unlimited access to the full library of content at calm.com and in the Calm app. 

Retirement and Financial Benefits

  • 401k, optional matching after 365 days of employment
  • Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) eligible employer

PPAZ is the state’s leading provider of high-quality, culturally-responsive sexual and reproductive healthcare through a caring patient experience, advocacy, education, and research.





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