Quality Improvement Collaborative Manager

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Quality Improvement Collaborative Manager

Senior Director Clinical Research

Full-time

Rockville, MD

Education Requirements

  • Degree in a relevant scientific discipline; graduate degree preferred

 

Work Experience

  • At least 5 years of QI and project management experience in the health care and/or clinical trial setting.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Facilitate collaborative working relationships among the project and site network Staff to advance QI Collaborative activities within the I-ACT for Children site network.
  • Provide overall operational and strategic direction and content into the QI collaborative project according to QI science methodology.
  • Develop QI project materials: charter, key drivers, and metrics for driving the progress of the site participation in the QI collaborative.
  • Drive the execution of QI system from design to implementation and monitoring throughout the project life cycle.
  • Coordinate and facilitate involvement by I-ACT for Children project lead and site networks in learning network activities, leading development of learning sessions.
  • Provide mentoring and coaching to site network teams through QI Collaborative development and execution.
  • Manage timelines, budgets, interactions with network sites, and deliverables while maintaining quality.
  • Communicate with I-ACT for Children network sites regarding logistics related to data collection and reporting, coordinating face-to-face QI learning sessions and virtual QI coaching.
  • Plan, support and coordinate events as required by senior leadership.
  • Assist with any company-wide administrative needs as needed.
  • Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned.

Knowledge/Skill/Abilities:

  • Works well independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.
  • Strong coaching and mentoring skills in a remote environment
  • Strong skills in strategic planning, influencing others, and building capacity
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Strong oral and written communication skills; ability to actively maintain good professional relationships, effectively present information and facilitate group discussion
  • Knowledge of quality improvement methodology and collaborative networks
  • Project management and statistical analysis software skills
  • Good problem-solving, analytical, and organizational skills
  • Self-motivation and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment with top performers

Supervisory Responsibility

None

 

Travel

Domestic and international travel:  up to 25%

 

Salary & Benefits

Commensurate with experience and aligned with US benchmarked ranges for a research-based non-profit of this size and complexity.

 

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