8 months ago
Are you a Nurse Qualified Quality Manager ready for your next full-time career challenge, earning £50,000 a year? We're proud to be working with a successful Healthcare provider who need a talented and ambitious professional with a proven track record of transforming services.
The Healthcare role:
Equipped with excellent health & safety and extensive healthcare experience, you'll be supporting the Operational and Clinical teams to manage and deliver the quality agenda for the company, ensuring service users' needs are fully met with high-quality services rated good or outstanding with CQC.
Earning £50,000 a year, the Quality Manager is an integral part of the team. Our client has an excellent reputation in providing services for people with complex needs, and you'll be an asset, possibly having had experience as a Registered Nurse yourself.
If you'd have been working in this role last week, this is what it might have looked like:
Fully committed to enabling people to live full lives, you would have worked hard to ensure quality assurance across all care services. You would have taken the lead in providing robust care and quality assurance framework, as well as developing and monitoring the 'quality and continuous improvement strategy' and associated operational plans across the organisation. In return, you would have enjoyed working with a fun, positive and friendly team.
? Relevant qualifications in health and leadership
? Experience of motivating and getting the best of your team
? Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills
? A positive can-do attitude and collaborative approach
You must also be willing to undertake and complete mandatory training and updates.
To find out more about this Quality Manager role, or to apply for it, please get in touch with us today. Rest assured, in this time of COVID-19, any interviews required will be online or via phone for your health and safety.
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