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Job Title: Training, Technical Assistance, and Quality Assurance Specialist - Healthy Famil
Job Number:
Organization: MPHI
Posted: 8/22/2019
Type: Full-Time
Classification:
Industry:
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Okemos,     
Compensation:
Position Description: Title: Training, Technical Assistance, and Quality Assurance Specialist - Healthy F Families America $55,000 - $65,000 / Posted thru: 9-15-19

Employee Name: TBD

Supervisor: Cynthia Zagar

Purpose: This position provides training, technical assistance and quality assurance to Michigan Healthy Families America (MI HFA) affiliates in compliance with the Central Administration Standards of a State/Multi-Site System for HFA (State Offi Office) and supports the overall functioning of t of the Center for Quality Family Support.

Duties and Responsibilities: Training • Develop, maintain and update t training for all new MI HFA staff on the S State Office that includes goals, o objectives, policies and functions of the S State Office including the role of the i individual sites within the system within 12 m months of hire. • Ensure there is a mechanism for all n new site staff within the system to receive t training on all required training components o of the HFA Best Practice Standards. • Ensure training on the MIHFA data s system and all required evaluation tools w within the first 6 months of hire. • Support a comprehensive analysis of t the training system every 2 years. • Support the execution of in-state tra training offerings for the MI HFA programs and and the Michigan Home Visiting Initiative.

Technical Assistance • Provide technical assistance in a t timely manner based on needs, information g gathered about the site through the quality a assurance system, training, and evaluation. • Communication with sites about how t technical assistance is provided in a adherence to the policy. • Support a comprehensive analysis of the the technical assistance system every 2 yea years.

Quality Assurance • Support a quality assurance plan. • Annually monitor MI HFA sites for adherenc adherence to standards related to: o Engagement services (screening and assessm assessment). o Home visiting services. o Cultural analysis and plan. o Supervisor ratios. o Quality of supervision. o Safety and sentinel standards. o Personnel satisfaction and retention. • Provide verbal and written feedback to sites regarding their adherence to the HFA standards within 4-6 weeks of the m monitoring date. • Support a comprehensive analysis of t the quality assurance system every 2 years. • Other duties as assigned, such as supp supporting grant applications and reporting, atte attendance at meetings and/or conferences, supp supporting other work of the Home Visiting Init Initiative.

Qualifications/Requirements:

Education: Possession of a bachelor’s degree in public health or another public health related field such as nursing, health education; a bachelor’s degree in social work or counseling or other human service bachelor’s degree. Master’s degree pr preferred.

Experience: Five to ten years of professional, post-grad experience in home vis visiting required. Experience with imp implementing and managing the Healthy Fam Families America (HFA) model with cer certification as an HFA trainer or peer rev reviewer is preferred. Supervisory exp experience is preferred.

Important Skills and Characteristics: • Must have excellent written and v verbal communication skills. • Must be able to approach challenges from a strength-based perspective with an i intent on problem resolution. • Must be a self-starter and c comfortable working in a team environment • Must be comfortable and able to work i independently with a wide range of computer a applications. • Must be able to handle multiple t tasks and assignments. • Possession of a valid Michigan Driver’s License.

Work Environment and Physical Requirements: Position is remote with expectation of attendance at quarterly in office meetings. Regular meetings will take place via video conferencing. In-state travel required.

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE WORK OF OTHERS: No ass assigned responsibility.

IMPACT ON PROJECTS, SERVICES AND O OPERATIONS: The Training, Technical A Assistance and Quality Assurance Specialist d directly impacts the quality of products, a and the performance of project teams to w which they are assigned. This position has s substantial impacts on the integrity and q quality of MPHI products and activities. C Competent performance in this position has a s substantial impact on the integrity and p professional reputation of MPHI including m meeting the needs of MPHI clients in a t timely manner, maintaining professional r relationships, and enhancing the future p potential future contracts with clients.

Qualifications:

Organization Description:

Closing Date: 11/22/2019
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Angela Crozier,  Training, Technical Assistance, and Quality Assurance Specialist - Healthy Famil
Contact Location: 2436 Woodlake Circle
Suite 300
Okemos   MI  48864
United States
Contact Location: 2436 Woodlake Circle
  Suite 300
  Okemos   MI  48864
  United States
Contact Phone: 5173248349 
Contact Fax:
Contact Email: acrozier@mphi.org
Web Address:
How to Apply: https://www.mphi.org/careers/

Additional Information:

Web Site Delete Date: 11/22/2019