LTC Survey Quality Assurance Reviewer/Trainer

Ascellon Corporation has an opening for Long Term Care Facility Survey Quality Assurance Reviewer/Trainers! The QA Reviewer/Trainer to perform QA functions and serve as team member or team leader on various types of surveys (i.e. re-certification, comparative, complaint investigation, and follow-up) for long term care, ambulatory surgical centers (ASC), Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICFs/IID), end-stage renal disease (ESRD) and hospice facilities. The responsibility of the position is to facilitate quality review of survey reports based on approved survey protocols for conducting onsite surveys.

Location: Hyattsville, MD

Base Pay: $78,000.00 - $85,000.00

Employment Type: Full-time

Required Education: Bachelor’s degree


  • Mentor healthcare Surveyors as well as participate directly in surveys, investigations and regulatory activities of a complex or sensitive nature.
  • Review, format, and edit, as necessary, the statements of deficiency prepared by surveyors on the program using Microsoft Work or other tools provided by Ascellon.
  • Conduct internal evaluation of deficiency reports for accuracy and consistency of results.
  • Provide periodic status reports on quality assurance activities.
  • Train the survey team on quality assurance processes and procedures, including documentation of deficiencies.
  • Conduct quality improvement activities such as pre-service and in-service training, in field based experiential learning, individual coaching and thorough inter-observer reliability trials with individual surveyors.
  • Coordinate and write survey team responses for disputes and/or appeals.

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  • At least a Bachelor’s degree in nursing, or health related field; Master’s degree a plus. Must maintain current licensure to practice in clinical area.
  • Must be Survey Minimum Qualifications Test (SMQT) certified.
  • At least five years of experience in a position of responsibility in the field of long term care related directly to the geriatric population.
  • Experience in accrediting or certifying facilities that serve the residents of long term care facilities.
  • Ability to lead teams of professionals with varying background in clinical and technical disciplines to perform a variety of tasks.
  • Demonstrated verbal and written skills with attention to detail and demonstrated experience in teaching, coaching, and mentoring employees.
  • U.S. Citizenship is required for this position.