Opportunities with PCMH
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Senior Evaluation Associate
Aurora, CO | Job Type: Full Time
The Senior Evaluation Associate will conduct research and evaluation activities within Partners for Children’s Mental Health (PCMH), a newly formed technical assistance, training, and quality improvement Center of Excellence…
The Senior Evaluation Associate will conduct research and evaluation activities within Partners for Children’s Mental Health (PCMH), a newly formed technical assistance, training, and quality improvement Center of Excellence for children, youth and families in the state of Colorado. The purpose of PCMH is to build community-based capacity and expertise that is innovative and transformative, so that every child, youth and family can achieve wellness and sustainability while shaping their own care and the state’s future. PCMH is dedicated to promoting the transformation of mental health care for children, youth, and families in Colorado through research, development, implementation, and evaluation of effective mental health services, supports, and policies.
The Senior Evaluation Associate will work closely with the Evaluation Director in designing, coordinating, and implementing the research, evaluation, and continuous quality improvement efforts for PCMH. They will contribute to projects related to the implementation of evidence-based and promising practices, Systems of Care, and children’s behavioral health across care management entities, providers, family and youth organizations, and state and local government agencies.
The Senior Evaluation Associate will contribute to both qualitative and quantitative measurement and analysis of all levels of program implementation ranging from agency readiness through patient outcomes. Specifically, they will responsible for collecting, maintaining, and analyzing data; preparing and disseminating reports, briefs and publications. They may also be responsible for managing specific projects, coordinating complex evaluation activities, developing/adapting measurement tools, and collaborating with evaluation counterparts in community agencies.
Strong candidates will bring a dedication to children, youth and family mental health, an ability to think at a systems level, comfort with evolving projects and job demands. The position requires innovation, creative problem solving, as well as the ability to set and prioritize goals and timelines. Strengths related to innovative design and implementation of research and evaluation activities are a plus.
The Senior Evaluation Associate performs professional level work in the principles, practices, methods, and techniques of management analysis. They formulate, drive and lead projects using process improvement methodologies, project management strategies, leadership, and change management skills to achieve improvements in either operational or clinical outcomes. They work collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams to strategize, develop and achieve goals, lead teams in the use of improvement techniques and methodologies; transfers process improvement knowledge and skills to teams in the course of project execution. In addition, the Senior Evaluation Associate mentors, coaches, and collaborates with management to direct and coordinate team members.