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- NHS TCS 2019: Band 6
- Full time: 37.5 hours per week
- Stewart House, 32 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DN
- £36,481 per annum including Inner London HCAS
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We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual to join the Quality, Patient Safety and Commissioning team as a Learning Environment Quality Coordinator in the Quality Reviews and Intelligence sub-team.
This role is particularly suited to someone with recent experience of the NHS in medical education and who enjoys, and has significant experience of, writing high level, detailed reports capturing information obtained from a range of stakeholders. In addition to report writing, resilience and stakeholder management are also two key skills of this role which will be explored during the interview process.
This exciting role in Health Education England (HEE) is crucial to the success of the Quality, Patient Safety and Commissioning Team for the London region. The post holder will also have line management responsibilities for one member of staff.
This post-holder will be responsible for the quality management across secondary care for a defined geographic footprint within London including the organisation of learner surveys, monitoring of soft intelligence, leading and documenting quality reviews to placement providers and ensuring compliance with the standards set by HEE's regulatory partners.
This is a permanent position based in Stewart House, London.
Applicants will commence at the bottom of Band 6 with a full-time starting salary of £36,481, with pay step increases as detailed below:
After 2 years’ service: £39,811
After 5 years’ service: £44,780
These salaries are offered in accordance with NHS Terms and Conditions and the HEE Pay Progression Policy and are subject to annual cost of living review.
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Quality, Patient Safety and Commissioning Manager