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If you are interested in working in a caring environment to support people with developmental disabilities successfully live, work and learn in the community, the Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities may have just the position for you.

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Butler County Board of DD
Personnel Department
Janet Clemmons Center
282 N. Fair Avenue
Hamilton, OH 45011

The Butler County Board of DD is an equal opportunity employer and service provider.

For applicants who have been offered employment, the Board performs a criminal background check and motor vehicle record check. In order to ensure that applicants are physically able to perform the duties of the position they seek, the Board requires the applicant to undergo a physical examination (paid for by the Board). The results of this exam are confidential and note only whether or not the applicant is physically able to perform the essential functions of the work in question. As part of this examination, the applicant will undergo a drug screen. The test will detect the presence of alcohol, illegal drugs, and illegally used drugs. Applicants who test "positive" will not be considered for employment. In addition, applicants will be tested to determine if they have Tuberculosis.

For information about job opportunities with the Butler County Board of DD call Dawn Smith, Administrative Secretary at (513) 785-2817 or email her at dasmith@butlerdd.org.

POSITION: Quality Assurance Director  
AVAILABLE: Immediately
LOCATION: Janet Clemmons Center, 282 N. Fair Avenue, Hamilton, OH   45011                                       

NATURE OF POSITION:   The primary responsibility of this position is to provide oversight of the Quality Assurance Department including MUI staff, Provider Compliance staff, QA Nurse and the Records Department.  In addition, this position will coordinate systems to enhance the health and welfare as well as the quality of services provided to individuals with developmental disabilities by assuring comprehensive review, summary, and corrective action of any incident reported as an MUI/UI as dictated by the DODD and through both regular and special Provider Compliance reviews and Medication Administration Quality Assurance reviews.

RESPONSIBILITIES:  Provides the direct supervision of the MUI, Provider Relations/Compliance staff and QA RN.  Administers and provides general supervision through the Records Retention Manager of:  all records retention services including assuring compliance with HIPPA and other regulations governing Board records and; oversight of software utilized to document services and billing.  Sets and monitors performance expectations of staff.  Provides timely and assistive informal and formal evaluation of performance.  Works with the staff to review and approve MUI cases and reports, provider compliance and Medication Administration Quality Assurance reports and provide input as needed.  Coordinates required annual training for internal staff and providers of services related to Major Unusual Incidents, Rights and other trainings as needs arise. Works to develop and monitor trends and patterns related to MUI’s and action plans for their reduction.  Maintains good working relationships with local law enforcement agencies, DODD, Children Services Board, Courts, Coroner Office, Prosecutor Office, local providers, and others with whom the board interacts.    Responsible for updating the Memorandum of Understanding per ORC 5126.058 as needed.  Coordinates complaints filed with the court under ORC 5126.33 as needed.  Participates in meetings and committee work; cooperates and interacts within all departments of the Board.  Provides reports to and meets regularly with the Superintendent regarding the planning and overall quality and continuity of the Quality Assurance Department including developing, updating, and implementing the agency’s comprehensive plan for services. Coordinates agency compliance with DODD accreditation and CARF standards and acts as agency lead for maintaining accreditation.  Serves as a member of the Leadership Team. 

QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor's degree in related field; three years’ experience in the area of developmental disabilities and experience in staff supervision. DODD IA certification desired, but not required. Valid Ohio driver's license with acceptable driving abstract and ability to get to meeting sites throughout county and state.

Human Resources Department
282 N. Fair Ave
Hamilton, OH  45011

Equal Opportunity Employer and Service Provider