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Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health-Community Care Initiative (AIM CCI)
Clinical Implementation Manager

Position Summary
The AIM CCI Clinical Implementation Manager will function as a key member of the AIM CCI Leadership Team to implement nonhospital postpartum safety bundles in partnership with community providers in select pilot sites. The primary role of this position is responsibility for the development and implementation of postpartum safety bundles, coordination and administration of partner and pilot site engagement and expansion, project implementation and monitoring in all selected communities and states. The Clinical Implementation Manager will work directly with state and community clinical and public health leadership, AIM CCI staff, pilot sites in current and prospective AIM CCI communities, and other stakeholders to coordinate national, state, and local activities to achieve project goals. This position will organize program meetings, technical assistance calls, and pilot site visits to assure successful postpartum bundle implementation, support quality improvement activities by reviewing program data and identifying, monitoring, and communicating project-related issues such as scope changes, variances, and contingencies.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Ensure project quality, successful implementation, and timely delivery of all deliverables:
• Lead the implementation of existing non-hospital- focused maternal safety bundles and assist in the development of new bundles as identified during the project
• Engage stakeholders in developing detailed implementation plans and timeline.
• Partner with stakeholders to manage project timeline and deliverables.
• Engage stakeholders in risk identification and mitigation for bundle implementation.
• Provide technical assistance and quality improvement tools.
• Coordinate, document, and communicate project plans and requirements to AIM CCI Leadership Team, national and local stakeholders and partners.
• Work with AIM CCI Sr. Program manager and Data Analyst to ensure successful pilot site implementation plan, data collection, cataloging, management and reporting of pilot site data.
• Work with Sr. Program Manager, Co-PIs, Data Analyst and Leadership Team to review outcome data to drive and ensure continuous improvement in the implementation of non-hospital focused maternal safety bundles (MSBs), through a continuous quality improvement (QI) framework
• Ensure that pilot sites are aware of emerging issues in maternal health that impact maternal morbidity and mortality and provide access to clinical resources, training, and support for implementation of bundles
• Work with AIM-CCI Leadership staff and DHSPS to identify pilot site communities for implementation of AIM-CCI sites

Knowledge: Knowledge of public Health, community health, women’s health, pregnancy, impact of SDOH on health outcomes; Improvement models for community and equity-based approaches to improving birth outcomes. Community Engagement principles and applications, and systems change with an equity focus as they relate to maternal and community health initiatives are helpful. Demonstrated leadership in systems change, cross-system collaboration, and effectiveness working with federal and community partners. The candidate should also possess knowledge of project management, program evaluation, analysis and report writing.

Education and/or Experience:
• Advanced Nursing, and /or Master’s degree in public health or related required; clinical background required.
• Must have maternal and child health and/or women's health experience,
• A minimum of 5-10 years of demonstrated program development, implementation, management, and evaluation skills; experience in cross-system collaboration and systems change.
• Knowledge of quality improvement methodologies, tools, and techniques
• Strong verbal and writing skills, including reports, grant writing and public presentations; group process skills.
• Detailed oriented and strong organizational skills and concrete multi-tasking skills
• Experience working in or with health-related, public health, out-patient and community-based organizations or agencies.
• Knowledge and ability to use and communicate with others about public health and to translate clinical and other data, experience in negotiating agreements and partnerships.
• Computer skills to include working knowledge of Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook; Internet research and desktop applications.
• Knowledge and experience with federal grants and federal cooperative agreements.

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and a cover letter (in one document) stating your interest in the position and description of MCH and women’s health work experience as it relates to this position.

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$75,000 - $80,000.00 Annually
Required travel:
25% (Required) Travel currently suspended due to COVID-19.
Work Location:
100% Remote for 2020 and 2021


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