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Full Time Position, Contract with benefits
Salary: $26-$30/hr negotiable with additional experience.  
Reports to: Director 
Application Deadline: Must be submitted no later than 4:30pm EST on June 15, 2023

Primary duties for PHAB Accreditation include, but are not limited to:

  • Facilitate quality improvement activities by providing technical assistance, training, and resources to initiate, implement and evaluate agency wide performance improvement.
  • Guide the accreditation team through the self-assessment process, document collection and site visit activities by conducting regular team meetings to determine timeline, establish goals, assign tasks, and plan or execute related functions.
  • Develop and maintain a centralized internal system for tracking, organizing, and storing accurate electronic records in support of accreditation requirements.
  • Communicate accreditation status and activity reports to the Director, team members, staff, and board members at regular intervals through meetings, email, and publications.
  • Organize and manage the development and submission of required accreditation documents including PHAB Application, supporting documentation for Standards and Measures, annual reports, and fees by established deadlines.
  • Maintain expertise in PHAB requirements (process, guidelines, standards & measures).
  • Manage centralized internal record system for accreditation documentation.
  • Review and assess documentation to remain current for subsequent accreditation cycle and assure Annual Report compliance.
  • Provide consultation and assistance to employees and domain teams regarding specific projects for standards and measures.
  • Submit Annual Reports and documentation through ePHAB by designated deadline(s).
  • Participate in the state and national groups to stay informed of changes in the Public Health Accreditation process.

Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement

  • Facilitate quality improvement activities by providing technical assistance and training, and resources to initiate, implement and evaluate agency wide performance improvement.
  • Serve as QI Committee Co-Chair; revise and maintain agency QI Plan and policy to align with other agency plans, national accreditation standards and specific programmatic needs.
  • Identify QI opportunities through data collection and analysis of progress toward goals.
  • Coordinate techniques, documentation, communication, and education for promoting a QI Culture.
  • Guide QI Project teams in PDSA to maximize utilization of resources and streamline processes.

Other Duties and Qualifications:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Maintain confidentiality as per Oldham County Health Department Confidentiality Policy.
  • Ability to learn assigned tasks readily, to prescribe to department routine and follow moderate to difficult written/verbal instructions.
  • Customer service oriented.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks necessary for effectively managing complex projects while maintaining a positive attitude.
  • Experience effectively working with teams and building and maintaining a strong team dynamic.
  • Outstanding organizational skills.
  • Capable of working with minimal supervision.
  • Critical analytical skills are necessary.

Minimum Education, Training or Experience:

Bachelor’s degree with relevant training and/or certification. Certified in Public Health (CPH) or in Quality Improvement (Lean, Six Sigma, etc.)


Must have three (3) years of health, human services, quality improvement, or public health experience. Master’s degree in related services fields and/or education and training in Public Health, Business Administration, Project Management, or closely related field may substitute for the required experience on a year for year basis.


Must have a current driver’s license and current vehicle insurance.

To Apply:

If you are interested in applying for the position, please send email to deloisr.yantz@ky.gov for application which must be submitted no later than 4:30pm EST on June 15, 2023.  Selection will be made by interview(s) and/or review of submitted documentation.  Criminal background, license check, and drug screening will be required.  Failure to meet any of the selection criteria shall disqualify an applicant.


Transcripts must be uploaded before the close date of the advertisement if post-secondary education is required or may be substituted for experience.  Transcripts must list the degree awarded.  Qualified applicants/employees are subject to a pre-screening, selection for interview, and/or demonstration of skills testing.  Employment may be contingent upon a successful drug screening and background check.  Equal Opportunity Employer. Apply by clicking the link below, create an account and search LHDCOS (search and apply).  

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