The Center for Clinical Care and Clinical Research is an indigenous, non-profit organization registered in Nigeria in 2010 to promote best practices in health care delivery, medical training, and research using locally adapted models of health systems strengthening.
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We are recruiting the following position for a comprehensive HIV Care and Treatment, USAID award.
The Quality Improvement Advisor will work with Senior Technical Advisor, HSS. S/he will conduct QI reviews and develop tailored HIV QI improvement, implementation, and monitoring plans.
S/he will work with project staff to institutionalize Data Demand Information Use for patient services improvement and policymaking.
Adapt and use QI initiatives currently being used and assess the technical quality of services including the identification of quality gaps and potential drivers and barriers for health care providers in improving quality of services.
Lead the design, planning, implementation, monitoring, documentation including analysis and visualization and dissemination of QI activities.
Lead the development of the improvement monitoring system, in coordination with the strategic information unit to ensure the collection of comprehensive monitoring data for facility and community-based quality indicators and develop responsive programmatic activities or course correction.
Integrate the use of QI into project activities to improve service quality (training, supervision, etc.)
Provide technical support in developing remediation plans and tracking results of progress to support decision-making and strengthening monitoring of key performance indicators by USAID.
Work closely with the STA HSS to develop and maintain strong working relationships with MOHs, State GoN agencies, LGA and health facility stakeholders and involve them in the QI process.
Contribute content on improvement activities and participate in the development of work plans, quarterly and annual reports, financial reports, and any other reports required by USAID.
Requirements and Qualifications
A University Degree in Medical Sciences (MBBS / B.Pharm.), Behavioral / Social Sciences, Public Health, Biostatisticsor any health-related relevant field. A Master’s Degree in Public Health (MPH) will be an advantage
At least 5 years of relevant experience leading quality improvement and demonstrated knowledge in designing and implementing quality improvement activities for USG PEPFAR program
Strong technical skills, including experience in capacity building, strategic planning and performance measurement, performance evaluations for improvement, and developing performance monitoring plans
Experience with both quantitative and qualitative methodologies
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet time-sensitive deadlines
Strategic and analytical thinking skills with the ability to solve problems and make decisions and able to manage multiple task and prioritize, ability to determine activities and project towards measurable goals and standard-setting in collaboration with other team members.