CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES
for the
NEW MEXICO PERINATAL COLLABORATIVE (NMPC)

Job Description

The Perinatal Health Initiatives Manager serves as the primary point of contact and is the person responsible for overall coordination and all administrative details related to NMPC maternal and newborn health initiatives. This includes a direct role in program development, training, technical assistance, and relationship development/ maintenance with healthcare providers and systems statewide.

Under the direction of the Maternal Health Initiatives Director, the Perinatal Health Initiatives Manager will work to implement the major initiatives of the NMPC, including AIM patient safety bundle dissemination, with the goal of promoting an integrated quality improvement portfolio in collaboration with state agency partners, the NM Maternal Mortality Review Committee, New Mexico-based clinical training programs, healthcare providers, and clinical sites.

Duties and Responsibilities

•Coordinate recruitment, training, and ongoing technical assistance for hospital sites that implement the AIM patient safety bundles, including tracking enrollment forms and data collection for AIM programs
• Develop, maintain, and update resources for the AIM program and assure that these are available through the NMPC website
• Serve as primary contact for the AIM national office, including representing NM in AIM national calls as needed
• Participate in all meetings of the AIM State Team, including development of meeting agendas, minutes, and follow-up plans
• Prepare and submit quarterly reports for the AIM national program
• Collaborate with Data Leads to assure that safety bundle implementation activities are informed by data analysis
• Collaborate with and provide direction to the Project ECHO Operations Specialist
• Other duties related to AIM program as assigned

Minimum Qualifications

• Bachelor’s degree in related field, with Master’s degree preferred
• At least 1 year of project management or related experience
• Experience working with Microsoft Office suite
• Experience with data management and research preferred

Successful candidate will be able to work independently, have excellent communication, presentation, analytical, organizational, interpersonal, and writing skills; and, bring a passion for maternal and newborn health and health equity to the position.

This is currently a 20 hr./week position with a 6-month initial contract for an independent contractor. There is potential for fulltime employment based on the continuation of funding.

Please submit resume and cover letter to the NMPC by email (mail@nmperinatalcollaborative.org) by Saturday, February 29, 2020 for best consideration.

The NMPC is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating an inclusive organization that reflects the diversity of all our NM communities.

Job Description

The Immediate Postpartum LARC Program Manager serves as the primary point of contact and is the person responsible for overall coordination and all administrative details related to the NMPC’s postpartum LARC initiative. This includes a direct role in program development, training, technical assistance, and relationship development/ maintenance with healthcare providers and systems statewide.

Under the direction of the Executive Director, the IPP LARC Program Manager will work to implement the postpartum LARC initiative with the goal of achieving equitable access to immediate postpartum LARC methods for individuals delivering at all NM birthing hospitals.

Duties and Responsibilities

• Serve as a resource to the Board in support the NMPC’s efforts to promote universal access to immediate postpartum contraception within a reproductive justice framework that honors personal autonomy and the history of contraceptive provision within NM communities
• Serve as primary contact for hospitals and clinicians working to establish or maintain an IPP LARC Program
• Coordinate the training team by identifying the availability of training team partners and scheduling site visits
• Maintain IPP LARC content on the NMPC website, including updates to and refinements of the IPP LARC Toolkit
• Collaborate with the Executive Director on the preparation and submission of required reports for funders
• Participate in recruitment, training, and ongoing technical assistance for hospital sites that implement IPP LARC
• Represent the NMPC within the NM LARC Workgroup
• Maintain up-to-date expertise in billing and coding for LARC services
• Other duties related to LARC program as assigned

Minimum Qualifications

• Bachelor’s degree in related field
• At least 1 year of project management or related experience
• Experience working with Microsoft Office suite
• Experience with data management and research preferred

Successful candidate will be able to work independently, have excellent communication, presentation, analytical, organizational, interpersonal, and writing skills; and, bring a passion for reproductive health and health equity to the position.

This is currently a 20 hr./week position with a 6-month initial contract for an independent contractor. There is potential for ongoing employment based on the continuation of funding.

Please submit resume and cover letter to the NMPC by email (mail@nmperinatalcollaborative.org) by Saturday, February 29, 2020 for best consideration.

The NMPC is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating an inclusive organization that reflects the diversity of all our NM communities.