Quality and Audit Facilitator

Categories: Care.

Hours: full time, 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £36,662 – £42,610

(Initial fixed term 1 year contract – with possibility of extending)

Are you a forward thinking and experienced palliative care professional looking for a new and exciting challenge?

If you are come and join the team at Saint Francis Hospice during changing and exciting times in both palliative care and the wider health care arena. 

Saint Francis Hospice is a dynamic, forward thinking organisation with a multi-professional workforce delivering specialist palliative care through an eighteen bedded Inpatient Unit, a Specialist Community and Crisis Support service, Hospice at Home service and a specialist palliative Day Therapy Unit. Alongside these clinical services the Pepperell Education Centre has an excellent reputation for delivering high quality education.

This is an exciting and challenging opportunity for a registered professional with substantial clinical experience in palliative care to play a key role in shaping the delivery of high quality services through audit and research and will utilise proven leadership and teamworking skills to take an organisational lead on quality and audit.

Would you like to share your palliative care skills and expertise with us? In return we offer supervision, staff support, professional development opportunities, excellent teamworking and a supportive working environment. Superannuation can be continued.

If you would like to discuss this job opportunity or arrange an informal visit we would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact Tes Smith, Director of Quality and Care on 01708 753319 – ext 2203 or Sue Lakey, Inpatient Unit and Deputy Quality & Care Manager on 01708 753319 – ext 2281.

Please complete your application online via NHS Jobs (Job Reference: J181-019).

Closing Date: 9am, Tuesday 12 May 2015

Interview Date: Friday 22 May 2015

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