Position Title: Quality Improvement (QI) Specialist
The Quality Improvement (QI) Specialist is responsible for managing the continuous QI components of the program, including assessment, design, planning, implementation, monitoring, and documentation including analysis and visualization and dissemination of QI activities of the project. The QI Specialist closely works with other project staff to provide technical assistance (TA) on QI to private sector service providers and organizations in a structured, systematic and effective manner.
S/he will lead to adapt and use quality assurance (QA) currently being used by MPHD partners and/or other USAID/Nepal partners and asses the technical quality of services including the identification of quality gaps and potential drivers and barriers for facility owner and/or providers to improving service quality.
S/he will be responsible for adapting and applying the plan-do-study-act (PDSA) QI model; developing, testing and refining change packages; and overseeing the implementation the packages. S/he will guide the development of a suite of QI interventions (trainings, mechanisms for supervision/monitoring, tools and checklists and coaching content), using existing QI approaches and tools as references.
S/he will also coordinate and collaborate with strategic information (SI) specialist, social and behavior change communication (SBCC) specialist, private sector (PS) specialist and other staff for data analysis, visualization, and use for program improvement as well as documentation, knowledge management and dissemination of good practice and success stories for replication and scaling up by other stakeholders in Nepal.
This position will report to the Technical Advisor.
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Final Deadline for application is April 23, 2021.
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