HCAC is seeking qualified candidates to fill two Field Coordinator positions

The Health Care Accreditation Council (HCAC) is a not for profit organization based in Jordan, established to drive the continuous improvement of the quality and safety of health care facilities, services and programs, and foster patient-centered care through developing internationally accepted standards, capacity building and awarding accreditation in partnership with local and regional stakeholders.

As part of the USAID-funded Community Health and Nutrition Project, which is a 5-year project (2020-2025) that aims to improve the nutritional status of children under five and pregnant and lactating women in target areas and seeks to support child and maternal health and nutrition status by improving breastfeeding practices, introducing appropriate complementary foods at the right time, and ensuring appropriate child spacing through uptake of postpartum family planning (FP) and use of modern contraceptive methods.

The HCAC is seeking qualified candidates to fill two Field Coordinator positions. To be considered for a position with the aforementioned project, qualified applicants are invited to submit via email a CV and cover letter in English, detailing his/her qualifications; experience and relevant skills, to The position title must be specified in the subject line of the email. The deadline for applications is 30 September 2020.

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Field Coordinators for Franchise Qualification Program

The incumbent will undertake all the onsite support, monitoring, data collection and reporting on indicators. S/He will provide support for the franchisee training and implementation of learning. S/He will be responsible for planning, organizing and delivering the said activities, train all levels of healthcare staff in skills needed to implement Franchise Qualification Program as well as prepare written regular progress reports.

University degree in health-related field required, (Master Degree is a plus) with 4 – 5 years’ experience in healthcare, with knowledge of health care standards, quality improvement methodology, and adult learning principles and participatory training approaches.

The Health Care Accreditation Council is an equal opportunities organization


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