Apply to be a Preconceive Coach
Whether you're looking to share your passion of providing services in women's health, explore a new stream of revenue, or find flexibility in your work schedule, Preconceive provides all this through its platform. Read more about Preconceive to learn more about the health professionals we hire.
If you are a nurse, nurse practitioner, lactation consultant, lactation counselor, nutritionist, genetic counselor, or other clinical health professional, with a background in fertility, pregnancy or parenthood, we encourage you to apply. You must be willing to provide proof of your licenses and certifications and be willing to undergo a court background check. We expect all Preconceive coaches to excel and to be ready to make a commitment to the clients on our platform.
You must have the following qualifications to work with Preconceive:
License and/or certification within the United States (including examinations and supervision hours)
Licensed in at least the state in which you reside
Have current malpractice insurance
Provide professional reference checks
Submit a Preliminary Application
Complete the application to determine whether you meet the prerequisites to utilize the Preconceive platform to provide your women's health services. If your application is approved, you will receive an email with instructions on how to schedule your phone interview with a Preconceive HQ team member.
Please note that not all applicants will receive notifications on their status of their applications nor will all requests receive responses. We cannot process individual requests to determine the status of your application. In the event that your application will be considered in the future, you may be notified. We hope to work with you and support women's health together.
phone Interview (30 minutes)
Our phone interview includes questions about your passions, professional experience/qualifications, personal interests, and values.
In-person or skype interview (30-60 Minutes)
Our in-person interview consists of a behavioral interview and an assessment of your understanding Preconceive curriculum and values.
Does Preconceive provide medical advice?
Preconceive does not provide medical advice to Clients. Preconceive provides evidence-based educational information and support.
Does Preconceive provide second opinions?
Preconceive does not provide second opinions to Clients. Preconceive is an educational and supportive service and respects all existing Dr. - patient relationships.
What is the minimum amount of time Coaches need to be available on Preconceive?
You set your own schedule! Preconceive requires that Coaches keep a ‘friendly’ schedule and that Coaches honor all appointments that are booked through pre-conceive.com. Coaches can manage their schedule easily by syncing their personal calendars with their Preconceive schedule.
How do Preconceive Coaches keep notes on their Preconceive Clients?
Preconceive Coaches have access to private note taking functions and storage once they are granted access to the Preconceive Portal. Coaches are allowed to use their existing note storage systems as long as Client privacy is respected.
Who becomes a Preconceive Coach?
Preconceive looks at each individual applicants’ mix of experiences, references and passions.
What is Preconceive looking for in their Coaches?
Preconceive is looking for kind, friendly, open minded, experienced professionals who implement evidence-based practices.
Can I invite other Coaches?
Send them on over! Many of our coaches have referred their friends to us!