OPWDD Quality Improvement Analyst Temporary

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The Intellectual/Development Disabilities QI Analyst will lead the QI process through the analysis and support of creating and implementing corrective actions and improvement plans. The OPWDD QI Analyst will assist in collecting, coding, imputing, verifying, training and monitoring data of all Leake and Watts-Office for People with Developmental Disabilities related programs. Through the use of statistical analysis, and observations the role of the OPWDD QI Analyst is to support and ensure that programs are meeting quality compliance standards, and that specified goals and outcomes are met.


  • Make recommendation whether programs when programs need to be on an internal improvement plan
  • Perform internal audits and case record reviews on a quarterly basis.
  • Develop and update instruments used to measure programmatic goals and outcomes
  • Process and input data as needed
  • Assist OPWDD Programs in reporting and determination of outcomes through Individual meetings with supervisors on a monthly basis.
  • Conduct quarterly inspections of all locations.
  • Assist OPWDD programs in preparing for all external audits and accreditation processes from agencies such as OPWDD, OMIG and OIG.
  • Conduct unannounced Quarterly visit to facilities and locations along with routine visit where consumers are being served.
  • Conduct observations per program type.
  • Participation in Standing Committees:  Incident Review Committee, Human Rights Committee and others as developed.
  • Conduct Internal Administrative Investigations as needed.
  • Other administrative duties as assigned


  • Masters Degree preferred in 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.
  • 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 ACS, OCFS, OMIG and OIG preferred.
  • Familiarity with Foothold and Connections systems.
  • Knowledge of OPWDD processes, procedures regulations and mandates is preferred.


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