HCIF is Seeking a Project Manager

May 4, 2022

The Health Care Improvement Foundation (HCIF) is seeking a full-time Project Manager to support HCIF clinical and quality improvement programs under the supervision of the Vice President of Clinical Improvement and in collaboration with HCIF’s clinical advisors, partners and other stakeholders.

Candidates for consideration must have a Master’s degree (or Master’s candidate) in a health-related field with three to five years of project management experience in a hospital or other healthcare setting. Responsible for managing day-to-day project assignments, monitoring grant and contract requirements and timelines, working with a clinical registry and running registry reports, assisting in planning and executing meetings and events, developing and delivering project reports and presentations, communicating with project teams, and promoting projects on HCIF’s website and through social media. Successful candidate will have a strong capacity for teamwork, a high degree of attention to detail and accountability to project deadlines and deliverables, skilled in meeting and event planning, excellent oral and written communication skills, and experience with data collection and analysis. Starting annual salary of $54,000.

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In support of our commitment to diversity and equity, HCIF welcomes a diverse candidate pool.  EEO Employer F/M/veterans/individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

To apply, please send your resume to Kmccoy@haponline.org


The Health Care Improvement Foundation (HCIF) has been operating in Philadelphia as an independent organization since 2003 and was founded with a vision to support a responsive, coordinated health care delivery system that fulfills the needs of patients and consumers, and achieves better health. Through large-scale collaboration HCIF works with health systems, community based organizations, payors and a variety of other stakeholders to find solutions to complex healthcare challenges, which any one stakeholder could not achieve alone. Since its inception, HCIF has worked with numerous organizations to improve quality of care, health equity, patient safety, and population health issues such as, COVID-19, perinatal care, readmissions, cancer, workplace violence, food insecurity, trauma informed care, and health literacy. HCIF’s work covers Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the Mid-Atlantic region.

The Board of Directors is composed of leaders representing health systems, health payers, the business community, and the public health sector. HCIF maintains a staff of eleven (11) professionals and is supported by contributions from hospitals and health systems, government grants, contracts, partnerships with corporate sources and payers, and donations from foundations and individual donors.

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