Available Position: CQI Coordinator

Job Description: CQI Coordinator


  • Interpret qualitative and quantitative data to identify implementation barriers.
  • Utilize findings from qualitative and quantitative data analysis to create stakeholder reports.
  • Organize and facilitate meetings between public child welfare agencies and private foster care providers to address implementation barriers and develop solutions. Monitor implementation of solutions.
  • Coordinate and manage relationships with public and private child welfare providers.
  • Develop the Texas Child Centered Care (T3C) team’s internal planning and project coordination. Attend team meetings.

The position will be contracted by the Texas Institute for Child and Family Wellbeing (TXICFW), at the Steve Hicks School of Social Work, at the University of Texas at Austin.

Position Details

  • Length of Appointment: May 2024 – August 2028
  • Position Type: Full-time
  • Location: Remote work with travel to in-person meetings within and outside of Austin


  • Master’s Degree in social work or related field with at least 6 years of related experience OR Bachelor’s Degree with at least 8 years of related experience.
  • Experience developing, coordinating, and facilitating meetings and/or trainings.
  • Experience serving as a team lead, project manager or similar role.
  • Strong organizational and communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Values the contributions of others in the work environment.
  • Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Knowledge of the Texas child welfare system.
  • Experience working on a continuous quality improvement (CQI) project.
  • Experience managing a project team and/or staff.

Salary Range

  • $70,000–$80,000

Diversity and inclusion commitment

We strive to apply anti-racist principles to our work and recognize that doing so requires us to constantly evaluate ourselves and our agency. We feel that diverse identities enhance our team and our work. We recognize that individuals with identities that have historically been excluded, oppressed and/or undervalued may not meet the required qualifications for this position due to issues accessing higher education, mentorship and connections for advancement. We encourage individuals with such identities and experiences to apply for this position or any others at our institute by including an explanation about how their skills and knowledge qualify them for the position.

To apply, please submit resume/CV, 3 work references, and letter of interest via the UT Austin job page.