Quality and performance analyst in end of life care

Categories: Care.

A unique opportunity is yours, to develop this new role within the dynamic and innovative Cheshire End of Life Care Service Model. As a quality and performance analyst you will support and work with a team of end of life care facilitators and project workers. Your main role will be to provide comprehensive collection, analysis, interpretation, verification and presentation of meaningful data and statistics in order to demonstrate outcomes and evidence of the end of life care work plan. You will also support the audit process within the end of life service model team.

The work of the service model team takes place across multiple care settings within Central and Eastern Cheshire, and impacts on patients and their families from all disease groups.

You will need excellent quantitative and qualitative analytical skills and have previous experience of working in an analytical role. As a quality and performance analyst, you will develop and use systems to measure and report on the outcomes of the service model. You will be supported by the End of Life Care Service model which in turn is supported by the progressive palliative care education facility, Cheshire Hospices Education.

This role offers a great opportunity for personal and professional development, as well as job satisfaction as you work to provide evidence of outcomes, objectives and measurable improvements in end for life care for patients and carers. 

Secondment or fixed term contract until end of March 2014 to work in the Cheshire End of Life Care Service Model (EoLCSM).

Hours: 22.5 hours per week

For further information please contact Annamarie Challinor, Macmillan team leader for EoLCSM, on 07920 765269 or Salli Jeynes, director of education, Cheshire Hospices Education, on 01606 555698.

For application pack please contact Hilary Southern, Cheshire Hospices Education, on 01606 555698 or email h-southern@che.org.uk

Website: www.che.org.uk

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