Program evaluation subject matter expert (ph-tbi)

Company Name:
Engility
Job Description:
Engility Corporation and its Military Healthcare Division is one of the largest and fastest growing providers of consulting services to the DoD healthcare market. Boasting two consecutive years, and poised for a third, of over 100% revenue growth within our practice, Engility is creating professional opportunities.
Our professionals work primarily with DoD healthcare agencies and organizations to create efficiencies, increase organizational and human performance, reduce costs, improve patient health results, and achieve mission success. Our work spans the spectrum from simple project support to assisting DoD leadership with strategic decision making.
Join Engilty''s Military Healthcare multidisciplinary team of experienced healthcare professionals, subject matter experts, consultants, project and program managers, and medical record experts and support our mission: _To provide best-in-class clinical consultancy, advisory support and thought leadership, enabling positive, sustainable change and helping federal health agencies meet their mission goals and mission imperatives._
Engility is seeking a Program Evaluation Subject Matter Expert to perform a wide variety of responsibilities on a very high profile consulting engagement.
Duties may include, but are not limited to:
Engage with senior level, Uniformed and Civilian, subject matter experts and key program stakeholders to support senior executive/Congressional/White House briefings, meetings, and working group sessions
Research and prepare talking points, briefing materials, read ahead collateral for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury-related meetings
Track, analyze, update, and report status on multiple high-level initiatives
Document information discussed in meetings and synthesize the information
Desktop publishing, including designing, formatting, writing , and editing evaluation reports and client deliverables
Update deliverables based on customer/staff / project manager feedback related to possible gaps, errors, and improvement opportunities
Communicate with the client in an organized and knowledgeable manner, including delivering clear requests for information
Lead initiatives and activities associated with the client's response to Program Evaluation directives
Execute a streamlined rapid evaluation protocol to determine the outcome and impact of DoD clinical and non-clinical programs through evidence-based evaluation
Establish guidelines and conduct training for all PH/TBI program components in an effort to adopt a common standard for rapid program evaluation activities
Support data collection, interview protocols, onsite evaluation and preparation of program reports
Provide consultation/technical services to programs in the areas of Data Collection and Analysis, Development and implementation of program effectiveness metrics, Process Improvement, Program Design, Community Outreach, and Partnership Planning Support
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Experience:
Familiarity with Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury programs/disciplines
Must be organized, flexible, and able to manage multiple projects simultaneously
Experience with MS Office, especially MS Word and MS Excel
Experience with Adobe Professional and with posting and sharing documents in SharePoint
Strong interpersonal, verbal, presentation, and technical communication skills
Ability to succeed as both an individual contributor and team member, identify and address client needs, and contribute to a positive working environment by building solid relationships with team members, and proactively seeking guidance, clarification, and feedback
Ability to assimilate and analyze information from a wide variety of sources efficiently and effectively
Experience in leading project teams and/or collaborating with team members
Conduct research, interviews, focus groups, and other methods to analyze PH/TBI program challenges and needs
Conduct analysis of program effectiveness data through qualitative and quantitative analysis of utilization, healthcare costs, and program outcomes
Provide written summary of statistical findings and conclusions
Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in PH, TBI and resilience/prevention research, clinical practice, and training for military service members
Work closely with staff to develop curriculum and toolkits for training military healthcare providers and program directors on program evaluation methodologies
Knowledge of existing best practices and lessons learned from relevant other DoD and federal agencies in program evaluation planning and implementation
Ability to consult and collaborate with military healthcare providers, researchers, and policy makers
Desire and skill to work as member of an interdisciplinary team
Oversee production of timely, high quality work products, appropriate for an executive-level audience, that meet client approved objectives
Conducting/supporting program design, assessment, or evaluation within a large agency or organization, preferably the military
Preferred Knowledge and Experience:
Military culture
Military Healthcare experience
Knowledge of and success performing in a role within a Project Management Office for large programs in the federal government environment
Required Education:
All the following will be considered WITH more than 2 years' experience in military healthcare operations or specialized clinical experience with traumatic brain injury patients in acute, inpatient or rehabilitation settings:
MASTER'S DEGREE in healthcare related field, and 3 years post bachelor's experience in healthcare operations or specialized clinical experience with psychological health or traumatic brain injury
PSYCHOLOGIST: Doctorate in Clinical or Counseling Psychology (PhD) or Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) with current, unrestricted, and valid license as a clinical or applied psychologist from a U.S. State, District of Columbia, Commonwealth, or Territory, AND more than 2 years of post-doctorate experience providing or managing neuropsychological services in inpatient, acute or rehabilitation settings.
NURSE: Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), or Master''s degree in nursing from a school in the United States approved by a recognized accrediting body AND APRN certification or licensure with more than 2 years' experience in military healthcare operations or specialized clinical experience with traumatic brain injury in acute, inpatient or rehabilitation settings.
PHYSICAL THERAPIST: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) or Doctor of Physiotherapy (DPhysio) degree from a school in the United States approved by a recognized accrediting body, with a current license in a State, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a territory of the United States, AND more than 2 years' experience in military healthcare operations or specialized clinical experience with traumatic brain injury in acute, inpatient or rehabilitation settings.
PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT: Licensed Physician Assistant with more than 2 years' experience in military healthcare operations or specialized clinical experience with psychological health and traumatic brain injury in acute, inpatient or rehabilitation settings.
All Doctoral level providers will be considered if individual has more than 2 years' experience in military healthcare operations or specialized clinical experience with traumatic brain injury patients in acute, inpatient or rehabilitation settings.
Date: 2014-04-30
Country: US
State: VA
City: Arlington
Category: ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY

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