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Quality Improvement Consultant-Developmental Disabilities

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Atlanta, GA, US
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Quality Improvement Consultant-Developmental Disabilities Job Code: 12-1299 Division: **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Location: ATLANTA, GA US Travel Involved: None Job Type: Full Time Job Level: Experienced (Non-Manager) Education: Bachelor's Degree Skills: Category: Healthcare - Other,Healthcare - Social Services/Mental Health,Healthcare - Support Services Compensation: - Position Summary: Qulaity Improvement Consultant - Developmental Disabilities **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. is currently seeking a qualified Quality Improvement Consultant (QIC)who will be responsible for follow-up with technical assistance activities as part of the provider enhancement reviews and person centered reviews to help generate solutions and facilitate needed improvements to enhance the overall service delivery system. Responsibilities: Utilizing a consultative approach to share expertise and guidance regarding current practices and trends in the field of intellectual/developmental disabilities. Organizing, completing the assigned consultation components and preparing written reports summarizing activities. Consultant will maintain independent responsibility for communicating with providers and working in coordination with Georgia?s Regional Division of Developmental Disabilities personnel. Consultants will evaluate whether providers are meeting the needs of individuals served, complying with State regulations and providing services efficiently and effectively. Reviews will be both onsite and offsite. The QIC will routinely interact with individuals receiving services, providers and Regional staff. **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. is under contract with the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities to provide quality assurance and quality improvement activities for supports and services provided to individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities in the State of Georgia. The objective of the Georgia Quality Management System is to implement strategies to assure the health and welfare and to improve the quality of life for Georgia?s citizens with developmental disabilities. Delmarva is a highly successful and rapidly growing not-for?profit company with a passion for excellence and over 35 years of experience in health and human services. EOE -Affirming equal opportunity in principle and practice, Delmarva is committed to developing a diverse workforce. For immediate consideration, please complete our online applicantion, including salary requirements at:****Requirements * Bachelor's degree in social sciences, human services, or therapy services (PT, OT, SP) to meet the qualifications of DDP and have at least five years of experience in the field of developmental disabilities. * Ability to work very independently via a home-based approach and must have the ability to utilize standard computer applications and software. * Must be able to travel on a daily basis, periodically including overnight and/or week-long overnight trips, and must be able to maintain a flexible and irregular schedule.Industries:

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Delmarva Foundation