Family Care QI Analyst

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Leake & Watts is a leading non-profit organization providing children, adults, and families in need in the New York City area with the resources and skills needed to rise above adversity and positively direct their lives. Gold winner of the Nonprofit Excellence Awards, Leake & Watts provides innovative and result driven programs involving education from early childhood to high school, family support and stabilization, intellectual/developmental disabilities services, foster care, community based health initiatives and juvenile justice services through the support of approximately 1400 dedicated staff. Our work is a positive force in the lives of more than 11,000 individuals annually through 43 programs at 27 sites with an annual budget of over $100 million. In addition, we are proud of our commitment to diversity and inclusivity. We deeply value the full spectrum of backgrounds, viewpoints, and experiences of all our employees.


The opportunity

The Family Care QI Analyst will lead the QI process through the analysis and support of creating and implementing corrective actions and improvement plans. Through the use of statistical analysis, the role of the QI Analyst is to ensure that programs are meeting compliance standards that specified goals and outcomes are met and performance quality is maintained. He/she will assist programs in creating systems to help them in collecting, coding, Imputing, verifying, and monitoring data of Family Care and Mother Child programs.  



  • Make recommendation whether programs need to be on an internal improvement plan or not.
  • Perform internal audits and case record reviews
  • Develop and update instruments used to measure programmatic goals and outcomes
  • Process and input data as needed through various internal and external data collection and reporting systems
  • Assist departments in reporting and determination of outcomes through the Monthly Quality Improvement Compliance Meeting
  • Make site visits and inspections of all locations in which children reside and from which children and families are served
  • Ensure timely submission of Corrective Action Plans, internally and to external monitoring agencies
  • Assist and guide programs with creating protocols and procedures
  • Collaboration with external monitoring and accreditation agencies
  • Other administrative duties as assigned


  • Master’s Degree preferred in Social Work or related human services field or equivalent.
  • Must have ability to analyze and manipulate data
  • Must have working knowledge of computer applications, preferably highly skilled with Excel
  • Must have knowledge of statistics and knowledge of SPSS preferred
  • Must have commitment to enhancing the level of service delivery provided to persons served
  • Must be able to write reports from database information.
  • Excellent organizational & interpersonal skills
  • Good verbal /written communication skills
  • Familiarity with CONNECTIONS, ACS, OCFS, Department of Education, and OPWDD processes helpful.


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