Quality Initiatives Specialist

Colorado Community Health Network

Duties

1. Works collaboratively with the Senior Quality Initiatives Manager to guide the quality improvement of Community Health Centers (CHCs), with a focus on cancer screening and chronic disease quality improvement projects.
a. Facilitates and coordinates CHC training and technical assistance including general practice facilitation; workflow development; and coaching around planned care, population health management, patient navigation, and team-based care.
b. Collaborates with the CHCs to facilitate collection of data, review the data to inform data report development, and present data to CHCs and partners.
c. Coordinates with Technical Assistance partner organizations to provide aligned support to CHCs related to cancer screening and prevention.
d. Monitors deliverables for project including data collection and CHC reporting.
e. Prepares written and verbal project updates for partner/funder meetings.
2. Attends and represents interests of CCHN and CHCs at relevant task forces and partner meetings, including but not limited to the Colorectal Cancer Task Force, Colorado Cancer Screening Program, and Cancer Prevention Steering Committee.
3. Plans and facilitates internal and external meetings, trainings, webinars, conference calls, and workgroups.
4. Attends and participates in project-related webinars, regional, and national conventions as requested.
5. Prepares and presents written and verbal updates for CCHN peer networks as requested.

Qualifications

1. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks.
2. Ability to think critically, problem solve, and practice outcome-based thinking.
3. Ability to process and organize facts and data to define a problem and develop effective solutions.
4. Ability to present and interpret complex information to multiple audiences in person and virtually.
5. Ability to build rapport, credibility, trust, and maintain effective working relationships.
6. Ability to work as a team member and work effectively with diverse groups.
7. Demonstrated awareness of, and value for, cultural competence.
8. Ability to work with minimal supervision and maximum accountability.
9. Ability to thrive in a complex and rapidly changing environment.
10. Ability to travel, including overnight trips (less than 10%).

Salary

$24.50 - $27.00 per hour (Non-Exempt)

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Please email the following to Taylor Miranda Thompson at [email protected] with “Quality Initiatives Specialist” in the subject line.
• Cover letter
• Resume
• Written answers to the following prompts (please limit responses to one-page total):
o This position will require some subject matter knowledge, depending on the topic of grant projects. How do you familiarize yourself with new content, new projects, or a new area of work?
o Please describe your experience with leading groups towards achievement of a shared goal.
This position is open until filled.

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