Quality Improvement Coordinator

Linn County

Linn County is committed to creating a Customer-Center Culture placing our internal & external customers at the center of everything we do! Why do we do this? We get that question a lot. The answer is simple: We want our customers to have a positive experience. Our co-workers are customers too. Exceptional internal customer satisfaction leads to exceptional customer satisfaction for the public!

Summary:

Coordinates department-wide performance improvement efforts in alignment with public health accreditation guidance as well as emerging best practice strategies for continuous quality improvement. Assists with ensuring systems and processes are in place to support quality improvement, performance management, accreditation, workforce development, and strategic plan activities.

Main Essential Duties:

  • Develops and implements timelines and plans to guide agency quality improvement efforts
  • Works with public health staff to ensure timely collection, tracking, and review of agency performance data
  • Keeps abreast with the best practices related to public health practice
  • Maintains communications with the public health accreditation board (PHAB)
  • Participates in internal committee related to Quality Improvement, Performance Management, Workforce Development, and Strategic Plan

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in public health, health promotion, health education, or closely related field
  • Minimum of three (3) years of public health experience; OR one (1) year of experience with a Master’s degree in one of the following: public health, business, or closely related field
Shift: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.   Monday – Friday

 

Hourly Wage:

  • New Hire: $28.10 
  • 90 days: $29.58 
  • 1 year: $31.82  
  • 2 years: $33.65 
  • 3 years: $35.45
Job Benefits:
  • Competitive wages with annual pay increases & annual cost of living increase (depending on budget) 
  • Medical, dental, vision, short & long term disability, and supplemental life insurance 
  • Iowa Public Employee's Retirement Pension Plan (IPERS) 
  • Wellness program offering credit on insurance premiums to eligible employees 
  • On-site fitness centers for $15 per year 
  • 100% County paid basic life insurance 
  • 12 paid holidays per year 
  • Training & professional development opportunities 

Application Instructions:

Apply At: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/linncountyia  

Deadline: Sunday, January 29, 2023, at 5:00 p.m.

Job ID: 84163

Posted 11 days ago

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