- 27-Mar-2017 to 26-Apr-2017
- - Indiana Family Health Council
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- Full Time
Indiana Family Health Council (IFHC), a private nonprofit organization, is seeking qualified candidates for a Performance and Evaluation Director . As a member of the IFHC team, this person is responsible for developing and implementing performance management and evaluation projects; managing staff and community relationships; developing goals, objectives, and strategies for use in existing and proposed programs.
Reports to the President/CEO.
The primary responsibilities of the Performance and Evaluation Director are to: develop and implement a family planning quality and evaluation plan; work with program and finance teams to coordinate data analyses; develop performance monitoring tools and reports; oversees data processes.
• MPH or other advanced degree with 3-5 years of experience.
• Epidemiology and/or data experience.
• Evaluation implementation experience.
• Knowledge of Performance Improvement or quality improvement; experience in implementation desired.
• Public health management experience desired.
• Grant writing experience
• Incumbent will primarily work from an office setting. In state travel is a requirement. Potential out of state travel may occur 2-4 times per year.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Develop and direct quality and evaluation plans for IFHC.
• Collaborate with the information technology team to continue the development of a performance and quality improvement system.
• Ensure needed data are collected on a timely basis.
• Audit data on a quarterly basis.
• Establishes a continuous performance and quality improvement effort and monitoring reporting system.
• Works with Communications and Outreach Coordinator to report data annually.
• Increase the performance capacity of Sub-Grantees.
• Develops and writes grant proposals and budgets in coordination with President/CEO and CFO.
• Develop a training evaluation plan.
• Monitors timely data entry and progress reports of Sub-Grantee's and/or contractor's programming.
• Grant development and proposal writing.
• Develops goals, objectives, and strategies for use in existing and proposed programs in conjunction with President & CEO.
• Performs related work as necessary.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and written. Ability to develop and implement performance management and evaluation projects. Experience with healthcare or public health, particularly around family planning, and STDs. Ability to manage staff and community relationships. Ability to prioritize work duties and schedule. Uses professional judgment to conduct audits and site reviews, along with training new clinicians. Ability to travel as required.
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