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+ Quality Manager - Competitive salary, plus excellent benefits - Closing date Tuesday 04 October

Quality Manager

Competitive salary, plus excellent benefits
Holborn, London
35 hours per week
Fixed-term contract for 14 months

The Quality Manager is responsible for the implementation, delivery, evaluation and planning of the College’s work in relation to clinical quality and service delivery.

The Quality Manager is a crucial role for the College as you will design, lead, and evaluate the delivery of the College’s National Clinical Audit Programme/QIP programme, including procurement and implementation of platform, with the support of the Associate Director of Quality and Policy.  Ideally you should have strong experience in this area and will have ideas to improve the programme.

Accountable to the Associate Director of Quality and Policy, you will develop, publish, and maintain clinical service and delivery guidance and standards.  You will manage the College’s Invited Service Review Programme, providing bespoke support. You will also provide management and administrative support to a number of key College Committees including Quality in Emergency Care and Service Delivery, which cover a range of key quality areas.

Taking the lead on the College’s engagement with management colleagues of medical colleges, health organisations, government bodies and other organisations, you will identify best practice and support and promote the aims and objectives of the College in relation to clinical quality, service delivery and workforce, invited service reviews, AACs and revalidation.

Degree educated or with equivalent experience, ideally with a Quality Improvement qualification, you will have a demonstrable background in clinical audit and healthcare quality improvement, and experience of delivering projects and managing multiple workstreams.

With the ability to develop and oversee the content of the website in relation to the work of relevant Committees, you should also have strong report writing and statistical data analysis skills.

A knowledge of Emergency Medicine and an awareness of the work of Royal Medical Colleges would be desirable.

Travel in the UK and abroad may be required for the development and pursuit of College objectives.

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine was established to advance education and research in Emergency Medicine. The College is responsible for setting standards of training and administering examinations in Emergency Medicine for the award of Fellowship and Membership of the College as well as recommending trainees for CCT in Emergency Medicine. The College works to ensure high quality care by setting and monitoring standards of care and providing expert guidance and advice on policy to relevant bodies on matters relating to Emergency Medicine.

For further information and to apply, please send your CV and covering letter to

Closing date: Tuesday 04 October

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