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Early Childhood Quality Improvement Specialist
The Quality Improvement (QI) Specialist is responsible for providing key support in the implementation of QUALITYstarsNY. The QI Specialist is assigned a case load of participating programs to provide ongoing technical assistance and resources to as part of continuous quality improvement. The QI Specialist works in partnership with the leadership of participating programs to effectively use data to create and implement an individualized Quality Improvement Plan (QIP). The QI Specialist supports programs to achieve the goals outlined in their QIP through a variety of strategies and holds programs accountable to meeting their goals. The QI Specialist is expected to establish and maintain a collaborative relationship with the program’s leadership and use a facilitative, consultation model to provide technical assistance and mentoring.
We are currently seeking candidates for QI Specialists positions in the regions below. Follow the links to learn more and apply to the position in your area.
Regional Quality Improvement Coordinator – Downstate NY
Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director of Quality Improvement, the Regional Quality Improvement Coordinator (QIC), will work closely with QUALITYstarsNY’s Central Office staff to implement the continuous quality improvement cycle of QUALITYstarsNY throughout New York State. The QIC will supervise a team of Quality Improvement Specialists serving specific regions across the state, who are responsible for creating and managing each program’s Quality Improvement Plan and its supports, including fund allocations. The goal of this position is to effectively supervise and support the Quality Improvement Specialists with attention to monitoring Quality Improvement Plans. The QIC is responsible for building the capacity of QIS through leadership, professional development, and a range of other supports to ensure success in the role.
Applicants should reside in New York City, Mid-Hudson, or Long Island regions to be considered for the position.
The Project Assistant carries out the day-to-day purchasing operations for the project across multiple funding streams and with various internal and external stakeholders. Duties of the role include processing invoices, purchase requests, and staff reimbursements; reporting status of assigned budgets to Senior Project Associate; maintaining electronic documentation for historical records; monitoring processes and systems for accuracy and work flow consistency; and more. The role reports directly to the Director of Systems and Administration and the Senior Project Associate of QUALITYstarsNY.
Position is based in the QUALITYstarsNY Central Coordinating Office in Brooklyn, NY.