Jhpiego seeks Quality Improvement Specialists to provide overarching quality improvement support for an upcoming USAID program in East Jerusalem, the East Jerusalem Hospital Network (EJHN). EJHN comprises six non-profit, charitable hospitals that have a long history of providing services to patients from East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza hospitals in East Jerusalem. The EJHN program will support hospitals within the network to diversify income streams and improve quality of services for patients from the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem. This position reports to the Project Director.
Support QI capacity-building activities (training and ongoing mentoring) for facility staff
Support use of QI and L&M training curricula and tools as part of QI capacity-building activities and ongoing support of QI teams
Support coordination and administration of virtual and/or in-person activities
Moderate and manage communication via selected virtual platforms
Contribute to preparation of program reports, communications and presentations.
With the Project Director represent Jhpiego and the project’s progress, achievements and lessons learned to ministry of health officials, key stakeholders, and through meetings and presentations
Monitor project activities to ensure that they are on track and communicate regularly with the project management team about progress.
Support the coordination of planned activities with relevant hospitals and other stakeholders, leadership and staff and ensure support and collaboration
Provide technical assistance in the areas of quality improvement, leadership and management.
Support work plan development and reporting processes in close collaboration with the project team
Advanced degree in a relevant field from an accredited university.
At least 10 years’ experience in quality improvement in hospital setting
Ability to interact with established networks of senior level international health professionals, ministry of health officials and other partners
Comfortable with a team approach to programming and the ability to manage several major activities simultaneously
Experience with U.S. Government-funded or other donor-funded projects required.