Senior Quality Improvement Advisor

  • Full Time
  • Lusaka, Zambia
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ICAP

Job no: 493168
Work type: Regular Full-Time
Location: Zambia – Lusaka
Categories: Technical/Clinical/Quality Improvement/Training

ICAP at Columbia University, a global health leader situated within the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health in New York City, seeks highly qualified candidates to serve as Quality Improvement (QI) Advisor to be based in Lusaka, Zambia.

ICAP seeks highly qualified and experienced candidates to fill the Quality Improvement (QI) Advisor position by 1 October 2020. The successful candidate will possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in health related area or social sciences. A Master’s Degree in Public Health/Epidemiology will be an added advantage.

The incumbent will have a demonstrated experience in designing and implementation of QA/QI programs and projects in the HIV or other health services, experience in mentoring, training health care workers in QI methodologies. Demonstrated proficiency in data analysis and presentation skills. Experience in establishing working relationships with USG agencies, MOH, other partners.

To view a full job description, please click here: Senior Quality Improvement Advisor – Job Description.pdf

Only candidates who are eligible to work in Zambia without a need for sponsorship will be considered for the position.

The position is contingent upon availability of grant funding.

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