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Director of Clinical Governance, Risk & Quality

London, Kent, United Kingdom, £ £ - Annual Annual, Contract

Description:

A large Healthcare organisation is looking to appoint a Director of Governance, Risk and Quality on an interim basis for 12 months, working on a band 9.

lead in creating a culture and environment in which all aspects of outstanding quality governance including risk management and continuous quality improvement are embedded.

Main Responsibilities:

Provide expert advice and leadership in the areas of quality improvement, quality governance, risk, regulation, and quality performance monitoring;
Improve Quality Department Workforce metrics and mainstream talent mapping across Quality function;
Establishing and maintaining systems and processes that ensure good clinical and corporate governance of the organisation;
Ensure actions are complete and evidenced and learning is spread across the organisation in relation to CQC inspections/action plans;
Lead the implementation of corporate governance strategies and contribute to the development of other governance strategies;
Provide advice, support and training to executive, clinical and divisional directors in the development and maintenance of robust governance processes and systems;
Maintenance and reporting of Board Assurance Framework;
Ensure the provision of accurate and timely information to key governance meetings and stakeholders to inform appropriate decision making (incidents, trends, risks etc.);
Responsible for the development and management of the Risk Register, seeking assurance from Risk & Governance Leads that registers are actively reviewed, and risks managed.
A successful candidate will have:

Must have extensive expertise within Clinical Governance and Corporate Divisions, developing and implementing services;
Experience working at a senior level within the NHS;
Significate experience within Clinical & Quality Governance, Assurance and Risk Management;
Good theoretical and practical knowledge of all relevant policy areas;
A proven track record in delivering results in a complex environment;
Experience of working across organisational boundaries delivering projects across multi-disciplinary services or sites, working with a range of multi-disciplinary stakeholders including external agencies and regulators.
If you are interested in the role and have the above experience, please send a copy of your CV in the first instance to (url removed) along with your availability/notice period

Job Details

1223502076
Not Specified
London, Kent, United Kingdom
Contract
£ £ - Annual Annual