Careers at Maine Quality Counts
Positions currently open:
The primary focus of this position is to provide technical and analytic support to the project team, clinical community, project funders and evaluators, and other stakeholders as a member of the Northern New England Practice Transformation Network (NNE PTN). NNE PTN is tri-state initiative across Maine, NH, and VT managed by Maine Quality Counts. The analyst is expected to work with datasets from multiple sources, including clinical and medical claims data, qualitative assessments, and surveys. The analyst must possess solid research skills, interpret specifications of various data requests, excel at written and verbal communication, and have proven ability to manage multiple assignments of various depth and duration.
The primary focus of this position is dedicated to advancing new initiatives for Maine Quality Counts (QC). The Manager for Business Development aids in prioritizing, organizing and managing the implementation of new initiatives, as well as assist with maximizing success across other QC objectives both new and existing as needed. This position will also work with QC Project Managers across existing initiatives and assist with new development and successful implementation and evaluation of projects that support QC programs and QC strategic objectives in transforming health and healthcare. This position will work in partnership with QC staff, practices, providers, and staff teams to assist practices and other QC clients to meet project goals.
The Maine Quality Counts Practice Facilitator is responsible for providing direct coaching support to a physician/provider practice to make improvements in systems and delivery of care. The Practice Facilitator will assist practices to successfully accomplish the goals of specific improvement initiatives, and to support Maine Quality Counts initiatives.
The Program Specialist is a detailed-oriented and organized individual who takes initiative to handle a wide range of duties, including supporting programs that have multiple large projects and/or complex work-plans in order to ensure effective implementation of program deliverables. The Program Specialist organizes, coordinates, and monitors task execution and progress associated with small work packages of programs across multiple functional areas. This position works closely with Project Managers and Program Directors to ensure that project objectives, their associated work packages, and tasks are completed in scope. In addition, the Program Specialist supports the program(s) with research and analysis in cooperation with the Program Director and Medical Director.
To apply for positions, please submit a cover letter and resume to Dawn Fecteau, Human Resources Director.