Chief Quality and Training Officer

The Chief Quality and Training Officer reports to the LUYH Executive Director and shall be a minimum of 21 years of age, pass all background clearances, qualify for the LUYH approved drivers list, CPR/first aid certified and shall meet at least one of the following qualifications:

 

The STRTP Chief Quality and Training Officer will work a minimum of 40 hours per week and MUST have one of the following:

 

● A Master's Degree in a behavioral science from an accredited college or university and one-year experience as an administrator, social worker, direct care staff, or independent contractor providing direct social work activities in a group home or STRTP.

 

● A Master's Degree and one year of experience working with youth.

● A Bachelor's Degree and two years of experience working with youth.

● A licensed mental health professional.

● Three years of experience as a trainer for a group home or STRTP.

 

 

Additionally, the Chief Quality and Training Officer shall meet all the following qualifications:

● Two years of experience leading continuous quality improvement activities at a group home, STRTP, or other youth serving agency.

● Proven expertise in developing, analyzing, and reporting on data.

● Excellent written and oral communication skills.

● Demonstrated high level skills in Microsoft Excel and Word, and a database software program.

 

 

The Chief Quality and Training Officer shall be responsible for the following duties:

 

● The development and approval by LUYH Administrators and CDSS of initial and ongoing training plans for direct care staff and Facility Managers.

 

● Maintenance of a database of all training sessions, including length of time, topic, presenter name and qualifications, location, attendees, and documentation of learning and feedback concerning the training.

 

● Development, implementation, and reporting on a continuous quality improvement plan consistent with all pertinent legal, regulatory, contractual requirements, and LUYH policies and procedure The Chief Quality and Training Officer reports to the Executive Director

The Chief Quality and Training Officer shall be responsible for the following duties:

 

The development and approval by LUYH Administrators and CDSS of initial and ongoing training plans for direct care staff and Facility Managers.

 

● Maintenance of a database of all training sessions, including length of time, topic, presenter name and qualifications, location, attendees, and documentation of learning and feedback concerning the training.

 

● Development, implementation, and reporting on a continuous quality improvement plan consistent with all pertinent legal, regulatory, contractual requirements, and LUYH policies and procedure

 

The Chief Quality and Training Officer reports to the Executive Director