An employee at this level, under the general supervision of higher level personnel, develops and implements improvement plans at the unit, division, or organizational level based on review and analysis of complex data provided by lower level staff, as well as from additional sources including qualitative surveys, quantitative audits, evidence-based best practices, and literature reviews. This position is responsible for clinical and operational change management using quality improvement processes and tools. This may include responsibility for the supervision of the Quality Specialists.
1.) Bachelor's degree* AND
2.) 3 years (36 months) of Quality Improvement (QI) work experience in a clinical or healthcare related field/setting performing duties comparable to the Quality Specialist level of this series
* All candidates must possess a Bachelor's Degree in order to meet the Minimum Acceptable Qualifications.
Condition of Employment: Pursuant to the State Universities Civil Service System, an out-of-state resident who is hired into this position must establish Illinois residency within 180 calendar days of their start date.
SIU Medicine is a growing medical school and clinical provider nationally recognized for its innovative medical education, cutting-edge research and quality healthcare. The diversity of work environments available at the School provides employees with the opportunity to contribute to a wide variety of areas including academic, healthcare, research, administrative and service/maintenance. The Schoo...l of Medicine is supported by Faculty, Principal Administrative, Research, Civil Service and Temporary Employees. Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity Employer.