Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) is an innovative, technology-based program that ensures healthcare providers achieve and sustain high-quality resuscitation competency, at the point-of care instead of a classroom, supported by data and analytics that track and measure performance. Increasing the number of healthcare providers using the RQI Program will save more lives andour goal is to save 50,000 more lives
As part of our focus on 50,000 Lives Saved , the Western States RQI Development Manager will lead the development and sales efforts for RQI across the ten-state affiliate of the AHA.
The RQI Development Manager is primarily responsible for securing exploratory meetings with healthcare executive leaders to discuss implementing RQI within their organizations. Working closely with internal colleagues in Development and Health Strategies, the position involves extensive internal networking, communication and project management as well as regularly initiating communication with executive leaders. Preferred locations include Los Angeles, Irvine, Oakland, Sacramento, San Diego, CA, or Phoenix, AZ . Other locations within our ten Western States may be considered.
- Leads development/sales efforts of RQI in the Western States Affiliate working with internal partners to identify and cultivate relationships with leaders of regional healthcare systems to integrate AHA programs and resources within their services.
- Researches and identifies prospects for RQI implementation and manage communication and activities through the sales stages. Responsible for regional contract goal.
- Acts as key point of contact for reporting and communication withinWSA for RQI activities.
- Facilitates and provides training and education toWSA staff in RQI sales and competencies. MotivatesWSA Development staff to identify and contribute leads for RQI opportunities.
- Communicates and provides information for RQI leads to dedicated RQI sales team.
- Prepares and provides updates and reports to ECC RQI Leadership and facilitates communication between ECC and WSA Leadership.
- 5 plus years’ work experience
- Experience with sales prospecting
- Expert project management skills
- Experience identifying and building relationships with executive leaders in hospital or clinical settings
- Experience in building and managing relationships with external alliances or partners
- Knowledge/experience with selling to C-Suite, ideally in hospital settings
- Approximately 50% of time on overnight travel
- Related American Heart Association experience