The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) is the premier not-for-profit organization for women's health care. Comprised of over 58,000 physician-members who are experts in women's health care, ACOG provides to its members the highest quality education opportunities, practice-oriented resources, research, advocacy, and organizational support. With headquarters located in S.W. Washington, DC, we provide a positive, supportive work environment, excellent benefits and so much more! To learn more about our organization, please visit us at www.acog.org.
The College is currently seeking a Program Manager to successfully oversee the coordination and administration of AIM engagement, implementation and monitoring in a selection of states; overseeing data transfer between state teams and AIM.
This position is 100% grant funded.
The Program Manager performs a wide range of duties including:
Work directly with state clinical and public health leadership and AIM Coordinators in current and prospective AIM states including at least monthly calls and yearly site visits.
Engage with AIM partners and stakeholders to coordinate national and state activities and disseminate AIM materials.
Identify, track, monitor, and communicate project-related issues, scope changes, variances and contingencies that may arise during implementation and execution.
Assist the smooth transfer of data from the hospital/state level to AIM.
Review program data for continuous quality improvement opportunities.
Work with the data team on creating dashboards for benchmarking quality outcomes
Assist in developing reports for federal and other funders on AIM activities.
Assist in website messaging and other AIM state and national communication.
Monitor and develop reports on website traffic, downloads, and use.
Attend significant AIM state team meetings.
Develop articles for quarterly web newsletter and assist in writing journal articles describing AIM processes.
Assist other AIM and Advocacy Division staff with special projects and meetings as needed.
Must hold a Master's Degree in public health, community nursing or related degree
4 or more years of experience within state or community Maternal and Child Health
Experience in public speaking
Preference given to candidates with experience in data analysis.
Preference given to candidates with 1 or more years of team based leadership and/or teaching.
Preference given to candidates with clinical background and experience
Preference given to candidates with experience or knowledge in quality improvement.
Ability to organize work effectively, conceptualize and prioritize objectives.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Project management skills
Strong interpersonal skills with persons of multiple educational, ethnic, and social strata.
Ability to take leadership within a team.
Ability to travel frequently, oftentimes overnight (up to 4 nights a month)