ADAMHS Employment Opportunities

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The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board for Montgomery County is seeking applicants for the following position:

Job Title:   

 Program Coordinator - Quality Improvement


Community Behavioral Health Division

Reports To:

Director, Community Behavioral Health Division

FLSA Status:


Summary: Serves as the Program Coordinator with primary responsibility for compliance monitoring reviews of contracted agencies including planning & coordination of staff, communication with agencies, facilitating the reviews on-site, offering and providing technical assistance, completing final reports, monitoring corrective action plans including conducting targeted reviews,



  •  Monitor and evaluate contract agency’s quality improvement activities including approving of the agency’s Performance Improvement and Quality Improvement Plans based upon established ADAMHS Board’s guidelines.

  •  Reviews quarterly QI/PI Plans submitted by agencies and conducts an analysis of trends and patterns, making recommendations to the Director, CBH. Advocate for high quality services throughout the spectrum of care.

  • Lead the Board’s Quality Council to evaluate internal and external quality improvement activities. Monitor’s and modifies the Board’s Strategic Plan to ensure that the document is a functional tool for organizational leadership. Makes recommendations to the Director of CBH Operations to improve outcomes for ADAMHS, Provider Agencies and Consumers served by the system of care. Develop outcome measures and tools in conjunction with MIS, Finance, CBH and provider agencies to determine if the system of care improves the quality of life of person’s served

  • Represent ADAMHS Board on county and/or statewide workgroups focusing on quality improvement and statewide initiatives related to same.

  • Report patterns and trends (verbal and written) to Director, CBH to assist in planning, monitoring and evaluation. As assigned, provide technical assistance to contract agencies regarding quality improvement activities.

  • Ensure that fidelity to EBP is monitored with feedback to provider agency staff as it relates to all quality activities, not just EBP.

  • Ensure the Board’s successful acquisition of “Culture of Quality” certification through OACBHA. Delegate duties to departments and monitor successful implementation of requirements with Culture of Quality activities.

  • Completes all other duties as assigned within scope of skills and abilities to assist the CBH Division, such as performs in a QI role on special projects such as Grant activities. Projects may be long term and ongoing in nature.


  • Position requires a Master’s Degree in a behavioral health care discipline and license as a behavioral health professional, scope of practice or dual licensure as an Alcohol or other Drug professional helpful.

  • A minimum of seven years’ experience community behavioral healthcare required.

  • Must have CQI/QI/PI experience working with individuals with mental health diagnosis and experience coordinating programs/services that are community based and related to the field of behavioral health.

  • Preference will be given to an individual with quality assurance experience in the mental health and addictions field and/or experience in the public sector. Must demonstrate the ability to do strategic planning. Ability to work with minimum direct supervision.

  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work within a team structure in a cooperative manner.

  • Experience in PC software to include Word and Excel is required. Database experience helpful, but not required.

  • Data analysis, CQI/PI knowledge and ability to implement. Ability to organize complex information and think critically.

  • Interpersonal; written and oral communication; public speaking/group facilitation and organizational skills; knowledge of human services administration, planning, funding and evaluation; ability to handle sensitive data; proficiency in handling multiple tasks; ability to deal with abstract and concrete variables.

Driver’s license, insurance and operational vehicle are required. Travel may be frequent, including travel outside Dayton area.

The physical demands/work environment describe here is representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions

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