Primary purpose: Serves as a subject matter expert and develops toolkits and clinical implementation resources to accompany SCCM’s clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) generated by multiprofessional expert panels comprised of members and contractors, when applicable.
I. Implementation science
Attends all guidelines meetings to gain understanding of the topic and its clinical context and maintains active engagement with current guidelines development processes.
Uses implementation science theoretical framework for each respective guideline based on the clinical context to promote uptake of the guidelines in low- and high-resource environments.
Develops and assists in the facilitation of a systematic plan for guidelines delivery that includes use of toolkits. Stays up to date on critical care CPGs developed by SCCM and external entities.
Monitors implementation science literature, keeping members abreast of relevant findings, and adjusts practice accordingly.
Leads discussions on how to create innovative tools and/or toolkits for the critical care community and beyond.
Maintains compliance with all SCCM policies including those related to the development and execution of CPGs and related contracts with external organizations.
Works with volunteers, the American College of Critical Care Medicine (ACCM) Board of Regents (BOR), and SCCM leadership and staff to develop toolkits for SCCM guidelines.
Advises staff, guidelines panelists, and others as requested on all toolkit matters.
Supports panels and leadership with timely edits when requested by the BOR and Council.
Serves as a strategic partner and supports processes of strategic planning and guidelines development and publication.
Communicates with and supports volunteers, the ACCM BOR, and SCCM leadership and staff to implement guidelines process improvement.
Leads and supports SCCM’s evidence-based clinical and administrative guidelines development area, and processes improvement activities in support of SCCM’s strategic goals.
II. Grant writing support
Supports grant writing with implementation science deliverables.
Supports grant writing with theoretical framework for implementation science deliverables.
III. Other functions as required to carry out SCCM’s mission and goals
Serves as a staff partner or organizational representative to internal and external groups as assigned.
Supports quality improvement and implementation research activities
Performs other duties as assigned.
Master’s degree with a focus in implementation science, research, and/or quality improvement, or other related areas. Minimum of 3 years’ recent implementation science preferred.
Experience developing tools and resources for implementing improvement strategies, preferably in the healthcare industry.
Experience in using the virtual environment as a teaching platform preferred.
Experience in project management, learning strategies, and quality improvement and/or clinical research as it relates to the distribution of tools and toolkits.
Excellent and proven relationship-building skills with staff, volunteers, and external organizations. Excellent interpersonal, analytical, and organization skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Teams, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint).
Experience with infographics a plus.
SCCM has a generous remote work policy. Employees must reside in or plan to relocate to the Chicagoland area but may work from home except when required to be in the office for collaborative work.
The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) is the largest multi-professional organization dedicated to ensuring excellence and consistency in the practice of critical care medicine. With 16,000 members in 80 countries, SCCM is the only organization that represents all professional components of the critical care team. The Society offers a variety of activities that promote excellence in patient care, education, research, and advocacy. SCCM has a staff of 75 people based in Mt Prospect,IL and maintains a budget of $20M.