National CYP Diabetes Quality Programme, Quality I...

Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

2018-07-30 23:00:20

Job location Camden, Greater London, United Kingdom

Job type: contract

Job industry: Community & Sport

Job description

National CYP Diabetes Quality Programme, Quality Improvement Lead Manage the quality improvement (QI) project within our programme, which aims to improve outcomes for children and young people with diabetes in England and Wales. Closing date 23 August 2018 - 9.00am Hours: 35 hours per week Contract type: Full time, 3 year fixed term contract Salary range: £33,656 - £40,948pa Location: 5-11 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8SH About The post holder will work with and be supported by colleagues across the division, particularly those in the Clinical Standards and Quality Improvement and Invited Reviews teams. In this role, your duties will include, but not be limited to: Manage the quality improvement (QI) project within the programme, comprising the planning and delivery of multiple QI courses across the target multi-disciplinary teams, with continuing support events, including all functions and interactions, supported by the Programme Manager where necessary Provide responsive contact for QI training enquiries, including informed questioning and swift, clear responses Contribute to maintaining and improving the high standards of quality in all aspects of the programme, reviewing and updating administrative materials and ensuring there is a robust QI process to protect and enhance the reputation of the College Commission and manage the delivery of training services and resources to support the QI training courses with support from the Programme Manager and the RCPCH QI team Provide support and contribute to the Programme Board under the guidance of the Programme Manager and liaise as necessary with College Officers and senior staff Work within the Programme Management team to ensure effective management of QI project budgets, with full compliance to College processes and procedures Skills Knowledge of current and recent NHS policy and strategy across the UK Sound knowledge of regulatory processes in the NHS and independent health sector Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. The ability to set out and discuss complex issues clearly for a wide audience and to give presentations as required in a fluent and persuasive manner to people at all levels across the College Excellent interpersonal skills and proven by ability to correspond with a variety of different stakeholders Strong analytical and problem solving skills demonstrating the ability to understand and discuss complex issues around international development Excellent project management skills and experience demonstrated by a recent and successful track record in a relevant programme management and implementation role Experience Proven experience of working with clinicians or academics in the NHS at a managerial level Demonstrable experience of managing several projects to their specific deadlines and targets Demonstrable experience of managing groups to a schedule, organising teams and dealing with issues that arise Proven experience in problem-solving - able to apply experience to address new problems Proven experience of producing high quality written reports, documentation and promotional information suitable for a range of audiences Application information Closing date: 09:00, Thursday 23 August 2018 Shortlisting: 29 August 2018 Interview: Friday 7 September 2018 Go to our application forms section on our website. The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health is a Disability Confident and Stonewall Champion Employer. No agencies, please.

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