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CARING PARTNERS is a non-profit care management organization that works in partnership with the primary organizations that serve children and families in Morris and Sussex Counties. The primary goal of CARING PARTNERS is to maintain children with severe emotional and behavioral challenges, developmental disabilities and/or substance abuse issues safely at home, in school and in the community by providing support, education, and advocacy and by connecting children and families to the needed services and resources. Caring Partners believes in working with families in a strength-based manner, and believes that children are best served in their homes or communities using natural supports.

Job Description

The As part of the role of the Quality Department, the Quality Coordinator supports organizational best practices within all departments. The Quality Coordinator works closely with the Quality Manager to enter, clean, track, maintain, analyze and build reports from various data sources, utilizing several systems/programs including MS Excel, MS Access, Power BI and Office 365/MS SharePoint. The Quality Coordinator helps track and update new youth, youth we are currently serving and transitioning youth records maintaining compliance to Medicaid and HIPAA/HITECH.

This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, social work, information systems or related field required; Masters preferred.  At least two years of experience in social service, healthcare, data management and/or research areas required. Experience with data management/data analysis strongly preferred.  Excellent attention to detail, analytical, problem-solving, communication and interpersonal skills.  Computer proficiency required in Access, Excel, Word, Office 365/SharePoint & Power BI required. Proficiency in use of SharePoint designer and flow preferred.

Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality or sex.