Quality Delivery Manager
Posted on Jan 21, 2019 by Anonymous
The successful applicant should have relevant experience in quality improvement / patient safety and be able to work effectively as part of a team and where necessary, autonomously. The role requires strong interpersonal skills to ensure collaborative working with a range of providers and partners across health and social care.
- Participate in developing the Trust's Quality Improvement Strategy, ensuring alignment with Trust strategic aims and objectives;
- Lead, develop and implement Trust-wide policies and procedures to support Quality Improvement across the organisation;
- Analysis of data for completion of regular quality reports and various CQUIN and key performance specific audits;
- Work closely with staff and identify areas of success and where quality improvements are required;
- Provide expert advice and support to develop the quality of the services;
- Liaise with CCGs;
- Promote quality improvement and patient safety through supporting and assisting the Associate Director of Safety and Quality Improvement on specific quality programmes;
- Manage the reporting of the quality schedule;
- Deliver the quality strategy and write annual quality accounts;
- Develop key relationships and maintain networks internally and externally to facilitate good practice, new ideas and ensure lessons learnt are shared.
The successful candidate:
- Experience of compiling, formatting and writing professional reports with high attention to detail;
- Work effectively and efficiently to meet deadlines;
- Ability to create strong networks with teams and work well within the Quality team;
- Excellent communication skills and the ability to articulate data and its meaning clearly and succinctly and lead, influence and inspire people.
For further details, please contact Louise Griffiths at (url removed)  or (phone number removed).
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