Join Team NICHQ
We are an energetic team of skilled, passionate and highly engaged experts and advisors who thrive on teamwork and build strong and lasting partnerships to achieve dramatic changes in children’s health. We create a vibrant and inspiring environment to achieve our mission. As an independent non-profit, we seek outstanding people who share our passion and work with integrity to bring innovative solutions to help children and families live healthier lives. If that sounds like you, please check out our current job openings, and contact us today.
Accounts Payable Coordinator
The Accounts Payable Coordinator is responsible for processing accounts payable and executing check runs in a timely manner, maintaining vendor records, and ensuring staff adhere to NICHQ expense management policies. The Accounts Payable Coordinator is also responsible for helping to ensure that financial transactions are accurate and are executed and documented in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Learn more.
Chief Health Officer
The Chief Health Officer (CHO) is responsible for providing medical and public health leadership to NICHQ programs, innovation, communications and planning, and spearheads initiatives that advance NICHQ’s mission as a leader in child health. The CHO will be responsible for executive oversight of current or ongoing projects, as well as new initiatives inline with NICHQ’s 2020 strategic direction of bringing its expertise to improving population health and achieving health equity. Learn more.
The Communications Manager is responsible for identifying, packaging and disseminating NICHQ project results, resources, and success stories with the goal of enhancing NICHQ’s reputation, expanding our reach and supporting business development efforts. The Communication Manager writes, edits and promotes content to support all parts of the organization. Learn more.
Director of Improvement and Evaluation
The Director of Improvement and Evaluation is responsible for overseeing and successfully directing NICHQ’s quality improvement work and its research and evaluation functions for all programs and projects and across NICHQ functions. The Director provides leadership on improvement, research and evaluation design and implementation, including results, evaluation, accountability and quality assurance and improvement. Learn more.
The Executive Assistant is extremely organized and resourceful, with substantial experience supporting a chief executive officer, president or other senior-level executives. This highly motivated individual will have experience that includes calendar management and travel planning for CEO and other senior executives, administration of logistics and support for a board of directors and its committees. Learn more.
The Improvement Advisor supports the performance improvement agenda of NICHQ through the facilitation of organization and key strategic projects and teams. Serves as an internal consultant to team leaders for project development, facilitation, and evaluation. Provides improvement training for leadership, staff and teams. Learn more.
The Project Director has experience in quality improvement, Breakthrough Series, Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Networks (CoIINs), perinatal health, and/or early childhood development. The Project Director is responsible for providing oversight and management of projects that are complex in size and scope, and has the relevant technical and content expertise. Learn more.
Senior Director of Finance
The Senior Director of Finance is responsible for the development and maintenance of all financial systems and fiscal records, including the monthly close and annual audit. This position manages the accounting team and supports the annual budget and forecast process and works closely with operating management to develop and maintain project budgets and ensure projects stay on track. Learn more.