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Advocacy / Non-Profit, Community Health Center/Community Clinic, Quality Improvement Organization
4 Year Degree
This role is responsible for providing administrative and project support for NACHC’s Million Hearts® clinical quality improvement, discovery, and scale projects with community health centers and other safety net organizations across the country. The position includes a variety of tasks supporting multi-disciplinary teams participating in learning communities, coordinating project events, and communications. This professional will have strong writing, problem solving, and quality improvement and implementation science skills that will support the Million Hearts Director to meet deliverables and performance measures on time and within budget.
Provide administrative support for virtual learning communities, including organizing calls, preparing documents and materials, taking minutes, sending reminder and follow-up emails about deliverables, and developing written summaries.
Provide administrative support for online learning community platforms, including collecting and maintaining project contacts and preparing and uploading resource materials.
Participate in the design of reports that synthesize successful quality improvement interventions using an implementation science framework.
Support the development of educational and communications content, including, but not limited to, bi-weekly email correspondents to project teams, fact sheets, e-flyers, social media pieces, e-courses, podcasts, videos, and webinars.
Assist in coordinating and documenting deliverables from project participants.
Actively participate in internal meetings, taking minutes as needed and documenting decisions and action items.
Conduct high-quality reviews of research and evidence-based practices, both to inform interventions and as background for publications.
Assist in maintaining Institutional Review Board requirements, including submitting necessary applications and managing author Citi and COI trainings.
Assist in coordinating continuing medical education (CME) requirements for clinical trainings.
Assist in preparing and formatting manuscripts, to include references.
Assist in writing reports, case studies, manuscripts, and other narrative pieces.
Ensure products are delivered on time and of high quality.
Participates in special projects and other duties as required.
Minimum of a bachelor’s degree; master’s degree preferred.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Excellent Microsoft Office skills.
Experience with online, wiki-based information management systems (e.g., Confluence)
Experience with data collection software (e.g., Qualtrics)
Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills.
Ability to self-manage multiple priorities, simultaneously, under tight deadlines.
Accuracy with work, strong organizational skills, and attention to detail.
Experience in health care quality improvement a plus.
Internal Number: AHQA!
he National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) was founded in 1971 to “promote efficient, high quality, comprehensive health care that is accessible, culturally and linguistically competent, community directed, and patient centered for all.”
What We Do
Serves as the leading national advocacy organization in support of community-based health centers and the expansion of health care access for the medically underserved and uninsured.
Conducts research and analysis that informs both the public and private sectors about the work of health centers, their value to the American health care system and the overall health of the nation’s people and communities – both in terms of costs and health care outcomes.
Provides training, leadership development and technical assistance to support and strengthen health center operations and governance.
Develops alliances and partnerships with the public and private sectors to build stronger and healthier communities.
NACHC also works closely with chartered State and Regional Primary Care Associations (PCAs) to fulfill their shared health care mission and support the growth and development of community-based health center programs. Read more about the Primary Care Association in your state/region.