Program Director - Texas Collaborative for Healthy Mothers and Babies
The Program Director will be responsible for strategic direction, management, and coordination of activities, reports, and deliverables associated with a 5-year Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-funded project aimed at embedding a health equity lens in the work of the state perinatal quality collaborative (Texas Collaborative for Healthy Mothers and Babies, TCHMB).
Senior Nurse Program Manager - Texas Collaborative for Healthy Mothers and Babies
Under the direction of the Texas Collaborative for Healthy Mothers and Babies (TCHMB) Program Director, the Senior TCHMB Nurse Program Manager will assist in the development of the Quality Improvement (QI) framework for projects, identify activities, and metrics. The position is funded through a contract with a 2-year term, which has the potential for further extension.
Program Manager - Texas Collaborative for Healthy Mothers and Babies
This position is responsible for managing and coordinating projects, activities, reports and deliverables associated with contracts and projects at Population Health, such as the Texas Collaborative for Healthy Mothers and Babies (TCHMB), the Texas Health Improvement Network and the University of Texas Collaborative for Innovation and Improvement. Responsibilities include 1) planning, coordinating, and developing projects, activities related to the TCHMB QI projects, 2) Assisting with contract deliverables, 3) coordinating, handling logistics, action items and meeting notes related to Population Health meetings, and 4) assisting with educational conferences, including session development and speaker invitations.
Database Analyst - Safe Babies
The Database Analyst works under the direction of the Primary Investigator for the Safe Babies project and the Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, Population Health at The University of Texas System. This position will support the data analysis needs of the Safe Babies project and other projects in Population Health. The Safe Babies project includes multiple projects investigating and informing prevention efforts aimed at improving infant health, safety, and well-being.