Requisition Number: EARLY-QAAST-S-02-2020-01
Job Title: Quality Assurance Analyst
City: Phladelphia
State: PA

Minimum Degree Required: N/A
Minimum Years of Experience: N/A
Salary Range: $17.79 - $20.20/hr

Quality Assurance Analyst

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Description/Job Summary

The Quality Assurance Analyst will manage the clincial quality of daily Early Intervention operations.  The Quality Assurance Anaylst is a liason to IDS, Childlink, and Early Internvention Providers. Qualilty Assurance Analyst is responsible for , but not limited to; referral intake process of new clients, training new Early Intervention providers, chart audits, managing Early Intervention provider yearly credentialing and training qualifications. 


•            Assist program director in referral and staff assignment process (which includes start date reporting and entering new children into database)

•            Assist director in screening, interviewing and hiring new staff

•            Train new employees and participate in initial contract review meeting

•            Participate in billing processes, including but not limited to manual charge entries and billing reconciliation

•            Request and report entry and exit ECAP data

  •         Manage provider’s yearly contract renewals, training, clearances, and credentialing.

•            Attend monthly provider’s meetings

•            Attend monthly supervisor’s trainings

•            Attend Annual Multidisciplinary Evaluation meetings as needed

•            Attend Quarterly Reviews as needed

•            Service a caseload of a minimum of 5 weekly hours of service (as needed)

•            Participate in monthly chart audits

•            Complete monthly Quality and Assurance phone calls

•            Other duties assigned by Program Director.

Required Experience

Minimum of three years experience working with children and families

Required Education

  • BA  in Psychology, Social Work, Child Development, Special Education, or related field

Required Qualifications

  • Demonstrates an understanding of early childhood development
  • Participate in any meetings and/or trainings as requested by the supervisor

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Computer Literacy Skills
  • Knowledge of the Philadelphia Early Intervention System 
  • FBI, Criminal, and Child Abuse Clearances
  • Professional Certification

Program Summary

Early Intervention provides treatment for infants and toddlers, birth to three years, with developmental delays. The program has a family focus on skill training to enhance developmental skills of the child. Services include: special instruction, social work, nutrition, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech/language therapy.
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Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.