We have a unique opportunity for someone looking to utilize their abilities with an organization that serves others in the role of Quality Improvement Coordinator. This person is responsible for general quality improvement tasks including policy interpretation and development; HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2 compliance; Federal, State, and Joint Commission compliance; project coordination; staff guidance and training on compliance; as well as supplemental data analysis. The Quality Improvement Coordinator will also interface with stakeholders to identify areas of need, create a plan, execute the plan, and work to analyze the effectiveness of the plan while making adjustments. More specifically, this role is responsible for:
- Understanding and auditing regulatory/funding body/contract requirements within the agency.
- Providing training to staff on the requirements or audit findings during one-to-one or in a group setting.
- Assisting with project improvement initiatives utilizing the PDSA cycle methodology.
- Interacting with internal and external stakeholders regarding data collection and reporting needs throughout the organization.
- Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, social work, public health, nursing, healthcare administration, or other relevant qualitative backgrounds/major required. Master’s degree preferred.
- Two (2) or more years’ experience, including internships, in medical, behavioral health, or business field; behavioral health.
- Prior performance or quality improvement experience.
- Must be organized, have attention to detail, and have a flexible/can-do attitude at all times
- Ability to work cooperatively with others, help staff members who need support or assistance, and think progressively to help remove barriers to staff productivity while in a fast-paced environment.
Our Organization is committed to equal employment opportunity. We do not discriminate against employees or applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, gender/sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and pregnancy-related conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, uniform service member status, genetic information, or any other status protected by law.