Posted — 05.30.23

Director of Quality Assurance

Vermillion, SD
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Position Summary
  Sesdac, Inc. of Vermillion, SD is seeking to hire a full-time Director of Quality Assurance to lead the organization in the accreditation process (CQL), be responsible for finding and facilitating new admits to the agency, and supports other departments as necessary. The Director of Quality Assurance is an exempt position that earns an annual salary of $50,000 or more, dependent upon qualifications and experience. In addition to paid training, we also offer generous benefits including two health plan options, dental, 401(k) matching, sick and vacation leave, AFLAC insurance, and a free $15,000 life insurance policy.
Roles & Responsibilities
  -Responsible for leading the organization through the CQL accreditation process.

-Find and facilitate new admissions for agency services when necessary.

-Monitor and review Individual Service Plans for policy and regulatory compliance as well as consistency and quality.

-Regularly conduct Personal Outcome Measures Interviews.

-Conduct investigations for abuse, neglect, exploitation, and mistreatment allegations.

-Build and maintain relationships with State level counterparts as well as local stakeholders.

-Become a subject matter expert in organization policy concerning services.

-Supervise the Services Secretary role that is responsible for applying for and maintaining benefits (SSI, SNAP, Etc.)

-This position serves as a member of the Leadership team and reports to the Executive Director.

-Typically works 8a-5p, Monday through Friday. However, based on the needs of the organization there may be times where hours may extend outside this time-frame.

  Bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation, psychology, sociology, education or social services.

A minimum of five years’ experience in working with persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a supervisory or program coordination position.

An equivalent combination of education and/or experience in the intellectual and developmental disabilities profession will be considered.