Manager Quality And Safety

OSF Healthcare Rockford , IL 61101

Posted 1 week ago


The Manager Quality and Safety is responsible for managing the entity structure that facilitates our drive to superior clinical outcomes within the entity (hospital, MSS, HH). Working with other clinical and operational leadership, the Manager of Quality and Safety is responsible for the execution of Quality/Safety and other clinical excellence strategies locally. This individual will lead the entity Quality and Safety teams in order to drive the Clinical Excellence vision and strategy, and to gather feedback for consideration for refinement of Ministry clinical processes and goals, and to assist and engage caregivers and leadership across the OSF ministry with ensuring Mission Partners have the tools and skills needed to achieve zero harm.



Bachelor's degree in a clinical focus (Nursing, Medical Technologist, Respiratory)

Appropriate licensure for education

Two to five years working in safety event management and/or leading clinical improvement work is required.

CPPS or CPHQ is required within 3 years


Master's degree in clinical focus (Nursing, Medical Technologist, Respiratory)

Appropriate licensure for education


Job seekers will be afforded equal opportunity regardless of their race, ethnicity, veteran status or disability status.

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