Quality Improvement Manager
£45,000 plus company car & competitive benefits
Flexible working, Home based
An exciting new opportunity has arisen for an experienced health professional to join Sue Ryder’s Clinical Quality Team, supporting Palliative and community services.
As a Quality Improvement Manager you will:
• Actively manage a quality/service improvement agenda across palliative and community services and provide regular reports to the Director of Nursing and Director of Palliative Care and Fundraising.
• Develop the role to be responsive to the changing needs within Sue Ryder and palliative and community drivers, embracing innovation.
To be successful in this role you will need to:
Be educated to degree level in a health related area with specialist knowledge of palliative care delivery or service improvement methodology, acquired through training and relevant experience combined with proven leadership skills and experience at a senior level within a clinical governance/nursing/service improvement role.
You should be politically aware of the climate in which palliative care is delivered, high level communication and networking skills, experience of project management and service improvement methods.
Registered Nursing or AHP qualification with current registration with the HPC or NMC is essential.
For informal enquiries please contact Jane Turner Deputy Director of Nursing on 07917553850
**Competitive Employee Benefits**
Company pension scheme, 25 days holiday - rising to 30 with length of service plus bank holidays, option to buy and sell up to five days holiday, enhanced maternity and paternity pay, paid mileage, enhanced sick pay, cash referral bonus scheme, corporate discount with hundreds of retailers and services, staff discount of 15% on new goods online, salary sacrifice car scheme, online wellbeing centre, free will writing service, staff finance loans, carers leave policy and lots more.
Sue Ryder supports people through the most difficult times of their lives. Whether that’s a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition – we’re there when it matters. Our doctors, nurses and carers give people the compassion and expert care they need to help them live the best life they possibly can.
Interview dates: Telephone w/c 17th December, 1st interviews w/c 7th January 2019