Bring your analytical, interpersonal, and detailed oriented skills to Joint Commission International, the nation’s premier health care performance improvement organization, and make a difference in health care quality and safety. Joint Commission International seeks highly qualified candidates for the position of Clinical International Accreditation Analyst with experience Joint Commission or Joint Commission International policies, standards, survey, and accreditation processes.
Responsible for reviewing, analyzing and writing outcome evaluations for client accreditation/certification survey reports and post-survey follow-up reports based on correct application of the decision rules, e.g. survey findings reports, strategic improvement plans (SIP), self-assessments of standards compliance, and intra-cycle reviews. Responsible for editing, proofreading and formatting the accreditation survey reports, accreditation, and other client documents. Maintains selected databases and provides statistics, trends and reports. Prepares memos and other documents for the JCI Accreditation Committee.
Excellent benefits include: 3 weeks vacation, generous holiday and personal day schedule, flextime, 401K with company match, company paid retirement plan.
The Joint Commission is an equal opportunity employer.
Ebola: Knowledge is Power
Nurses Must Protect Themselves from Ebola
Ebola Prevention - Learning from Other Countries
Is Your Hospital Ready for Ebola?
Preventing Ebola Infection in Nurses - CDC Guidelines
Соруright 2014Minority Nurse is Registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark OfficeSpringer Publishing Company, LLC