Published: 01 Dec 2023
Closing date for applications:
02 Jan 2024 09:00
Location: HQIP is a homeworking organisation with excellent IT support. Travel into central London is required on an occasional basis for scheduled corporate activity
Salary: Band D (£33,575 to £45,425) salary circa £35,000-38,000 depending upon experience
Details: Full time (37.5 hours per week), permanent contract
Are you seeking a new challenge to help drive improvement in patient outcomes? Would you value an opportunity to develop your skills in a project-based role?…….then, we would love to hear from you.
The Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) manages NHS clinical healthcare work programmes on behalf of NHS England and other devolved nations. This includes the National Clinical Audit & Patient Outcome Programme (NCAPOP) which consists of over forty national improvement projects.
We are a small, friendly team working in a fast-paced environment and are seeking Project Manager. If you have the relevant experience and skills, we would love to hear from you.
Our work focuses on the following key strategic areas:
- Using best management and procurement practice, we commission, manage, support and promote national and local clinical audit programmes and the clinical outcome review programmes on behalf of NHS England and the Welsh Government.
- We encourage wide use of robust data for quality improvement of care, promoting patient safety, supporting revalidation and service accreditation, commissioning, service redesign, and research
- We inform and influence national healthcare policy by effectively communicating our work and that of our partners
- We support healthcare professionals to review and improve their practice by providing opportunities to share best practice
- We ensure that patients and carers are at the heart of our work through continued, strategic involvement in all relevant processes and projects.
Key requirements of this position are:
- The end-to-end commissioning and performance management of providers contracted to deliver these activities
- Ensure that the commissioning process runs to time, and that issues relating to scheduling are proactively identified, managed and escalated appropriately
- Contract manage the suppliers of projects including planning for regular performance management meetings and being a key contact and liaison point
- Development of internal systems to support programme-wide reporting, guidance and policies
- The management of the standard review process leading up to publication of outputs
- Stakeholder engagement.How to apply
To apply, please download a copy of the job description and application form and return the completed application form, together with the Declaration of Interest to [email protected].
CVs sent without a completed application form will not be accepted.
Closing date for applications: 02-01-2024 09:00 a.m. (late applications will not be accepted)
Interviews are planned for: 12-01-2024 (subject to change)
Due to the high volume of applications, feedback is only given to shortlisted applicants.
For further information about the post, please contact Jill Stoddart on [email protected]