Sample Job Description for Quality Coordinator

This sample job description template for the position of Quality Coordinator will give you an idea on how to prepare a JD for this position in your company:

Job Title: Quality Coordinator

Location of the job: Zelienople, PA 16063

Years of Experience: 1 to 3 Years

Job Type: Full Time Employee

Education Level: Bachelor’s degree

Job Summary:

The Clinical Quality Coordinator is responsible for facilitating DC Chartered Health Plans corporate-wide continuous quality improvement activities.​ Monitors activities to ensure timely data collection, meaningful analysis, trending, and improvements in outcomes.​

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Scanning required loan application exhibits and indexing files for Loan Officer access.
  • Shipping complete loan applications (including supporting exhibits) to the Funding Center or Underwriting as appropriate, or returning incomplete loan applications to Branch Manager or designee.
  • Pre-screening each loan file before it is sent to the Funding Center to ensure it is complete and ready for processing.
  • Preparing, reviewing, printing, and distributing required loan disclosures.
  • Balancing loan fees and adjusting for borrower/seller/lender paid fees.
  • Requesting pricing quotes for title and escrow; eventually ordering title, escrow and appraisal.
  • Verifying the appropriate loan program is indicated in the documents and that pricing matches the lock sheet.
  • Reviewing all documents received from the Loan Officer and/or customer to ensure completeness and that they meet HomeStreet requirements.

Position Requirements:

  • Knowledge of CPT/​HCPCS/​ICD-9-CM coding.​
  • Knowledge of HEDIS and NCQA Standards for Accreditation of Health Plans.​
  • Information System proficiency, with advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, Visio, and Access.​
  • Flexibility regarding work assignments;
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple simultaneous projects.​
  • Ability to interact with staff at all levels of an organization.​
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.​
  • Experienced in facilitation of quality improvement teams.​
  • Demonstrated ability to facilitate projects in a cross-functional environment.​
  • Clinical experience a plus.​