Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
4 Year Degree
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) is the premier not-for-profit organization for women's health care. Comprised of over 58,000 physician-members who are experts in women's health care, ACOG provides to its members the highest quality education opportunities, practice-oriented resources, research, advocacy, and organizational support. With headquarters located in S.W. Washington, DC, we provide a positive, supportive work environment, excellent benefits and so much more! To learn more about our organization, please visit us at www.acog.org.
The College is currently seeking a NurseProgram Manager, Maternal Substance Use to be responsible for successfully overseeing the coordination of the ACOG maternal substance use disorders initiative to improve the capacity of women's health providers and state and national health systems to identify at risk women, provide improved access to treatment, and reduce medical and social complications.
Coordinate the ACOG maternal opioid and substance use disorders work group
Expand existing bundle workgroup as needed.
Standing workgroup will assist with the development of implementation tools for the opioid bundle and support federal efforts to reduce barriers to care and improve treatment,
Develop a data subcommittee working with state collaborative to identify data metrics and sources.
Coordinate the ACOG/AIM state collaborative on maternal opioid and substance use
Work with state leadership to identify state teams
Coordinate in person and virtual meetings and other communication venues
Identify and disseminate tools and strategies for improvement
Develop a data subcommittee to coordinate with ACOG workgroup on data metrics and sources.
Coordinate efforts with AIM partners at both the state and national level
Monitor and respond to questions and requests for technical assistance within supported states.
Keep current with state and federal legislation related to maternal substance abuse, treatment options, and child welfare.
Coordinate efforts within ACOG's related areas particularly: Practice Activities, District and Sections, and Government Relations.
Lead communication efforts to effectively disseminate materials to states, partners and stakeholders
Engage with the AIM data center to apply data metrics and integrate with AIM
Attend appropriate national and state meetings
Develop or secure articles for quarterly AIM web newsletter
Identify, track, monitor, communicate project-related issues, scope changes, variances and contingencies that may arise during implementation and execution
Collaborate fully with the AIM team: assisting others with duties, identifying opportunities for change, contributing at staff meetings.
Must hold a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Additional Master's degree in public health or related field preferred.
Have 5 or more years of experience in practice, particularly public health, addiction medicine, maternal and child health and/or women's health.
Preference given to candidates with 1 or more years of team based leadership and/or teaching
Ability to work independently, organize work effectively, conceptualize and prioritize objectives
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills with persons of multiple educational, ethnic, and social strata
Ability to take leadership within a team
Ability to travel frequently, oftentimes overnight. Driver's license required.
Ability to work with Microsoft Office Suite – including PowerPoint, Excel and Word.