Thank you for considering a career with Pioneer Human Services!
We are currently looking for a Compliance and Accreditation Program Manager to join our Quality team serving the Residential Services division here at Pioneer!
WHO WE ARE
Pioneer Human Services is a social enterprise that provides individuals with criminal histories the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives. For over 50 years we have proudly serviced our clients with professionalism and empathy.
WHAT YOU'LL DO
The Compliance and Accreditation Program Manager supports the Residential Services division through directing audit preparation, creation of compliance frameworks and maintenance, division regulatory support, audit and compliance management and protocol maintenance in collaboration with quality assurance. Duties include:
Ensure that compliance is embedded throughout Residential Services system.
Translate standards and evidence of compliance into practical behaviors or practice.
Coordinate regular status meetings with Program Leaders to conduct on-going assessments of survey readiness, assist with corrective action plans, implementation and evaluation.
Support the organization-wide commitment to continuous readiness for CMS, DOH and accrediting agency licensing and accreditation surveys.
Monitors for changes in PREA expectations and environment and collaborates with PREA Coordinator to establish system for internal audits to maintain program compliance.
Internal audit support, breach reporting, external audit preparation.
Divisional Policy/Procedure/Standard Work Development.
Identify gaps in departments' self-reported vs actual compliance with state of Washington, federal and accrediting agency standards.
Lead additional survey preparation meetings and activities related to continuous survey readiness as needed.
Negotiate formal and informal channels to champion change in the organization.
WHAT YOU'LL BRING
BA/BS, preferably healthcare related; Master's degree preferred.
At least 1 year of experience in criminal justice or reentry field required; 3 years of experience in criminal justice or reentry field preferred.
At least 5 years of experience in healthcare setting, preferably in behavioral health.
At least 2 year experience providing leadership to accreditation process, preferably with TJC, ACA, CARF and/or DNV.
WHAT WE OFFER
Stability: we have over 50 years of success in Washington state.
Impact: Pioneer provides a chance for change to over 3,000 people on any given day.
Reputation: we are a nationally recognized non-profit with 50+ locations across Washington state.
Tuition assistance program: Pioneer pays 100% of the tuition for a bachelor's degree, and 50% for graduate programs.
Retirement plan: Pioneer contributes 4.5% of an employees' annual compensation into retirement plans. An additional 3.5% match is offered to those who contribute 6% on their own.
Employee recognition programs: gift cards, additional time off, weekend getaways and other items.
Competitive industry compensation and a generous benefit plan.
Participation in the life assistance program.
Public transportation reimbursement.
Pioneer human services is an equal opportunity employer of minorities/women/individuals with disabilities/protected veterans and does not unlawfully discriminate under federal, state, or local laws. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or protected veteran status. EEO is the law poster EEO is the law poster supplement
PIONEER HUMAN SERVICES IS A DRUG FREE COMPANY
In addition to pre-employment drug screening, Pioneer reserves the right to conduct random sample alcohol or drug testing of all employees. Please note that our drug-free policy includes marijuana and there are no exceptions for those with medical marijuana prescriptions.
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