Combines systems analysis skills with in-depth general and program-specific standards knowledge of Joint Commission and Medicare requirements, professional standards of practice and federal and state law and regulation to evaluate health care organizations' compliance and ability to provide high quality, safe patient care. Through the conduct of surveys, the analysis of organization specific data and other types of information and the provision of education, interpretation, mentoring and coaching, works closely with accredited/certified organizations to identify vulnerabilities and improve their performance. Provides leadership and guidance within the team in all aspects of the accreditation process through clinical expertise and customer relationship management. Supports the field representative cadre and other customers through the provision of expert interpretation, guidance, and collaboration. Serves as faculty for internal and external educational offerings and speaking engagements.
Registered nurse with master's degree required. A minimum of five years of progressive leadership or supervisory experience, current clinical knowledge and recent home care experience. Additional experience in long term care preferred. A background in performance improvement and/or Joint Commission coordination helpful. Demonstrated communication and customer service skills, demonstrated presentation, analytical, interpersonal skills and the ability to work within a team environment. Strong computer skills required, including familiarity with spreadsheets, graphics and word processing. This position includes traveling up to 20% of the time including conducting surveys a minimum of three times per year. This position is located in Oakbrook Terrace, IL.
Excellent benefits include: 3 weeks vacation, generous holiday and personal day schedule, flextime, 401K with company match, company paid retirement plan.
Visit our website for more information and to apply. http://www.jointcommission.org/careers.aspx
The Joint Commission is an equal opportunity employer.
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