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Project Director, Global Nurse Capacity Building Program
ICAP at Columbia University / Mailman School of Public Health
The Global Nurse Capacity Building Program (GNCBP) is a HRSA-funded Program which aims to address the shortage and quality of healthcare workers in countries throughout sub-Saharan Africa by strengthening nursing and midwifery education/training systems and supporting nursing and midwifery policy through regulatory development, curricula reform, faculty education, continuing professional development, retention, and leadership.
Reporting to the Clinical & Training Unit Director, the Project Director, GNCBP is responsible for the overall planning, implementation and supervision of the GNCBP in multiple countries throughout Africa.
Provides leadership to the GNCBP and design of programs in partnership with in-country teams as well as the provision of clinical mentorship and guidance to ICAP in-country staff in order to enhance capacity at national and institutional levels
Leads the development, execution and continual updating of the strategic plan for the GNCBP
Supervises and oversees technical direction and prioritization of activities of select GNCBP staff
Conducts site visits to country programs and supported nursing schools to provide supervision and technical assistance in support of building capacity and meeting donor initiatives and requirements
Manages the effective collaboration and communication between ICAP New York, ICAP in-country programs, and various stakeholders
Guides nursing and midwifery pre-service and in-service curricular development
Oversees and actively participates in the design, implementation and dissemination of nursing assessments and evaluations, and in the preparation of donor reports and grant proposals
Represents ICAP and the GNCBP at meetings, conferences and other venues
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS: Requires international travel of at least six (6) trips per year with each trip lasting approximately 10-14 days
EDUCATION: Master’s Degree in Nursing; doctoral degree preferred
EXPERIENCE: Minimum five (5) years’ experience in HIV-related or similar public health work in resource-limited settings; experience in training and mentorship in either educational or clinical settings; prior Public Health program evaluation experience
For details and to apply, please go to: https://academicjobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=58199.
(Job title on the application website is "Staff Associate - ICAP")
NATIONAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT CONSULTANT
Health Research, Inc. (HRI), a not-for-profit corporation, has open positions for national Quality Improvement Consultants for its National Quality Center (NQC) in the Southeastern, Western and Midwestern regions of the United States. NQC provides technical assistance to Ryan White Program grantees on quality improvement to help assist each grantee in advancing the quality of HIV care. NQC Consultants provide on- and off-site coaching of grantees in the development of specific skills in the principles and practice of performance measurement and quality improvement (QI).
HRI is seeking candidates with advanced degrees and experience in developing, implementing, evaluation and overseeing clinics, city and/or state-wide quality management (QM) programs. For more information, please go to NationalQualityCenter.org/jobs
Please email CV and cover letter including hourly rate requirement and specific, relevant experience to: Clemens Steinbock, MBA