Quality Review Partner job vacancy
This vacancy closes midnight 19 February. Shortlist interviews are scheduled for 22 February and selection interviews are scheduled for 28 February 2024.
|£51,724 per annum increasing to £57,167 following two years continuous service, with excellent benefits
|Home based with the requirement to travel regularly across the UK
|Full-time/35 hours per week
The Unit’s focus is working with imaging services and networks in both the NHS and the independent sector to support them in establishing a culture of quality through engagement with the Quality Standards for Imaging (QSI).
You will join the Royal College of Radiologists and College of Radiographers at a particularly exciting time. As a Quality Review Partner, you will manage and perform assessments of radiology services against the QSI. You’ll be responsible for supporting teams of expert reviewers to provide a robust, objective, and independent evaluation of a service’s performance against the QSI and provide a focused report and action plan. You will work with a range of different services ranging from small independent providers to large multisite organisations both in the NHS and independent sector.
What you’ll do:
- Work as the designated Quality Review Partner for a portfolio of imaging services across the UK.
- Provide expert guidance and advice to QSI leads regarding both the processes and the standards during the planning, preparation and delivery of their review cycle.
- Manage the review cycle of the imaging services within your portfolio.
- Working with the Quality Improvement Coordinator, select review team members for individual reviews.
- Participate in quality assurance and moderation activities.
What you’ll need:
- Demonstrable experience of quality assurance, accreditation or evaluation assessments OR demonstrable experience in healthcare quality management.
- Knowledge and experience of approaches to quality assurance and assessment.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills as appropriate to the audience.
- Ability to prioritise workload appropriately yet be flexible to accommodate changing priorities.
- Ability to work collaboratively and build and sustain effective working relationships with a diverse range of colleagues, partners and stakeholders at all levels.
- If you are a high performing and confident professional who is committed to quality improvement we welcome your application, please find out more about the role, the RCR and instructions on how to apply in the Quality Review Partner candidate pack.
How to apply
To find out more about any of the vacancies advertised, please download the candidate pack for the post you are interested in. Complete the diversity monitoring form and send a CV and covering letter to [email protected] by the stated closing date, explaining concisely how you match the requirements of the role.
Alternatively, you can send your application by post to arrive by the closing date. Please address your application to:
The Royal College of Radiologists
63 Lincoln's Inn Fields
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