Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Quality Assurance Specialist in Orlando, Florida

Be a part of creating meaningful, independent and productive lives for children and adolescents who receive services from our Devereux Florida Quality Management Department. We have a current opening for a full-time Quality Assurance Specialist (IDD). The Quality Assurance Specialist (IDD) position will allow you to find purpose and give you room to grow in the largest not-for-profit provider of services to children and families in Florida.

Responsibilities

The Quality Assurance Specialist (IDD) position involves the daily operation of a multi-functional tasks.

The individual will work directly with all program staff and management to ensure the quality and safety is provided to the individuals we serve and the staff that provide services.

This is achieved by conducting quality and environmental reviews, in addition to looking at the programs incident trends and follow up as needed.

This position will work with funders and regulatory agency to provide information, meet training needs, and follow-up on corrective actions to maintain effective and cost efficient production based upon the programmatic and administrative needs. The performance for this position requires judgment and ability to function independently under the network policies and procedures with minimal supervision.

Organization Profile :

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health is one of the largest and most advanced behavioral healthcare organizations in the country. We have a unique model that connects the latest scientific and medical advancements to practical, effective interventions in the treatment of behavioral health.

We were founded in 1912 by one of the first pioneers in the field, Helena Devereux. Today, we are a national non-profit partner for individuals, families, schools and communities, serving many of the most vulnerable members of our society in areas of Autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities, specialty mental health, and child welfare.

Devereux Florida is a leading nonprofit behavioral healthcare services provider, serving children with intellectual/developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges, and their families. In Florida, for over 25 years, we have provided a variety of programs and services, including child welfare services, touching the lives of over 5,000 children on any given day.

Devereux Florida offers a full continuum of programs and services including a child and adolescent psychiatric hospital, statewide inpatient psychiatric program, community based group homes, foster care and specialty foster care, counseling centers, case management, abuse and neglect prevention services, and community outreach.

Additional Details:

The primary purpose of Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health is to provide quality service to those entrusted to our care by their families, guardians, agencies, and other designated parties. The most critical resource we have to accomplish this task is our employees. No intervention can be implemented without the assistance of competent employees who are physically and mentally prepared to carry out this tremendous responsibility.

For this reason, in addition to a competitive salary, Devereux provides a comprehensive health and welfare benefits program to eligible full-time employees, family members, and domestic partners.

Health and welfare programs include medical, dental, prescription drug, preventative care, mental health services, and an Employee Assistance / Work Life Balance Program, as well as generous time-off policies, and a 403 B retirement plan.

Additionally, voluntary, employee paid, Vision, Supplemental Life, and Accident coverage are available to FT employees.

*It is the intent of Devereux to continue to offer these benefits; however, we reserve the right to change or stop them at any time, with or without notice.

To learn more about our comprehensive benefit package, visit

http://learn.devereux.org/benefits

Requirements

To qualify we require:

  • Must be able to attend a 3-day orientation (Monday - Wednesday) from 8:45am to 5:00pm

  • Education:

  • AA or AS degree required

  • Bachelor's degree preferred

  • Experience: Two years’ experience in tracking/monitoring of quality and compliance in case records preferred.

In-depth knowledge of Medicaid, State and District policies, procedures and requirements required.

Experience using computer software/programs.

  • Valid driver's license