Compliance and Quality Coordinator

Ready to make a difference in your work? Consider joining the Ten16 Recovery Network team, and provide the compliance and quality improvement coordination for a substance abuse counseling/recovery agency in Midland, MI. This position coordinates agency compliance efforts, supports program managers in compliance related matters, and maintains and improves agency reporting of quality measures and indicators. This is a full-time position.

The principal responsibilities of this role involve:

  • Maintaining external compliance with all licensing and accreditation standards
  • Facilitating the agency's Continuous Quality Improvement process and the accompanying data analysis for all agency programs.
  • Providing program support to managers with regards to regulatory and funding compliance
  • Maintaining data integrity of agency electronic records
  • Promoting awareness of compliance/risk management issues within the agency
  • Serving as the Privacy and Recipient's Rights Officer for the agency

Requirements of this position include:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a human services field with at least 3-5 years of direct experience. A Master's degree is preferred
  • SUD experience preferred with a certification in addiction
  • Applicant must be able to demonstrate experience with program compliance and evaluation in the human services field
  • Working knowledge of recipient rights and regulatory standards
  • Excellent data analysis skills
  • Proven ability to read and apply technical materials to agency practices
  • Proven organizational, collaborative and communication skills
  • Excellent technology skills

A written job description is available upon request.

Send cover letter and resume to Heather Humm, HR/Operations Coordinator, Ten16 Recovery Network, by fax (989) 835-9963, email, or by applying on our website. Ten16 is one of Mid-Michigan's leading healthcare providers for the prevention/treatment of substance use disorders. We are passionate about helping people finding hope, change, and recovery.