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Behavioral Health Service Delivery Quality Assurance Coordinator (Operations and Policy Analyst 3)

Oregon Health Authority, Salem OR

Job - Government

Close Date: 03/26/2018


The Oregon Health Authority currently has an opportunity for a Behavioral Health Service Delivery Quality Assurance Coordinator (Operations and Policy Analyst 3) to oversee the quality assurance activities associated with the behavioral health services delivery system for the Health Systems Division - Quality and Compliance Section, located in Salem, Oregon. We an individual with Community Mental Health Programs (CMHP) experience, specifically with policy knowledge related to the initiation and ongoing oversight of all Health Systems contracts and grants. This person must be capable of creating and maintaining exceptional working relationships with outside entities.

What you will do!
You will be relied upon for your knowledge of federal regulations, techniques of behavioral health care quality assurance, and ability to tailor responses to CMHPs, other governance structures and community providers. Your background must include advanced experience and understanding of Oregon's behavioral health care system. We look to your experience in evaluating cost effectiveness, access and quality of behavioral health care programs. You will also develop, monitor and provide ongoing support with CMHPs and other governance structures to target objectives.

As the Subject Matter Expert, you will conduct assessments to assure compliance with federal and state laws and regulations. It is essential that you stay up-to-date with state and national behavioral health service delivery trends, practices and standards that may impact the program. Additionally, you will establish operational goals and objectives for quality assurance.

The decisions made in this position require a high degree of complicated conceptual and analytical thinking and knowledge of clinical procedures, practices, programs, and performance standards. In this role you will be responsible for developing the overall compliance strategy, to include researching and developing the work activities.

A Bachelor's Degree in Behavioral or Social Sciences or any degree related to behavioral health; AND four (4) years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work related to behavioral health;
Any combination of experience and education equivalent to seven (7) years of experience related to behavioral health.
Note: You must attach your college transcripts to your application in order to meet the minimum qualifications if any of the following situations apply to you:
• You are using your education plus your experience to meet the minimum qualifications.
• You are applying for a position which requires a degree.
• The position requires credit hours in specific courses to be completed.
*Degree audits or grade reports cannot be substituted for transcripts.

To be considered for this position you must complete an online application at: .

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