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Clinical Audit Coodinator

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Job ID:

42991

Location:

South East 

Salary:

per year
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Job Views:

41

Employment Type:

Seasonal

Posted:

22/06/2018
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Job Description:

I am recruiting for an interim Clinical Audit Coordinator for a 6 month assignment based in the South East.

Key responsibilities:

- Hold responsibility for the collection, data entry, interrogation and analysis of clinical audit data for allocated audits and the production of regular reports as required;
- Deputise for the Clinical Audit Lead as agreed;
- Responsible for the data collection, data entry and analysis of clinical audit data for allocated audits;
- Perform day to day responsibility of maintaining their database for relevant clinical audits carried out within the Trust;
- Ensuring accurate collection and analysis of data for both internal and external agreed audit requirements;
- Act as a technical resource for the Trust through the facilitation of clinical audit projects, being a communication link for operational staff undertaking clinical audits and assisting in the development of new ones;
- Sustaining good communication links and maintaining effective liaison with other clinical audit personnel in partner organisations;
- Actively contribute to the development of the clinical audit policy, procedures and associated documents;
- Attend internal/external meetings with multi-professional staff to assist in the planning and development of clinical audit projects as agreed;
- Ensure the timely development of allocated actions arising from recommendation and actions plans;
- Promote patient, user and operational staff involvement in clinical audit;
- Deliver clinical audit training, if required and agreed. Ensure patient confidentiality and data security is maintained at all times in accordance with Trust policies and procedures, reporting adverse events in accordance with the Trusts Incident Reporting Policy;
- Actively assist the Clinical Quality Manager in delivering the departments corporate governance and assurance requirements and any internal/external assurance processes;
- Represent the Trust in liaison with local and national partners as agreed to deliver an effective clinical audit programme;
- Provide appropriate administrative support to the department.

The successful candidate:

- A good standard of general education;
- Base level theoretical knowledge - audit qualification or professional course to NVQ 3 level or equivalent;
- A minimum of 2 years' audit experience;
- Ability to present information logically and concisely both verbally and in writing, including the ability to write reports with clarity;
- Proficient in the use of Trust IT systems including Microsoft Office suite, Outlook email, Internet, Intranet and Share Point as examples;
- Ability to work as part of a team and on own initiative;
- Smart appearance;
- Committed to the values and principles of public service and the vision of the organisation.

For further information, please contact Louise Griffiths at Finegreen Associates on (Apply online only)
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Clinical Audit Coodinator

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Job ID:

42991

Location:

South East 

Salary:

per year
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Job Views:

41

Employment Type:

Seasonal

Posted:

22/06/2018
col-wide 

Job Description:

I am recruiting for an interim Clinical Audit Coordinator for a 6 month assignment based in the South East.

Key responsibilities:

- Hold responsibility for the collection, data entry, interrogation and analysis of clinical audit data for allocated audits and the production of regular reports as required;
- Deputise for the Clinical Audit Lead as agreed;
- Responsible for the data collection, data entry and analysis of clinical audit data for allocated audits;
- Perform day to day responsibility of maintaining their database for relevant clinical audits carried out within the Trust;
- Ensuring accurate collection and analysis of data for both internal and external agreed audit requirements;
- Act as a technical resource for the Trust through the facilitation of clinical audit projects, being a communication link for operational staff undertaking clinical audits and assisting in the development of new ones;
- Sustaining good communication links and maintaining effective liaison with other clinical audit personnel in partner organisations;
- Actively contribute to the development of the clinical audit policy, procedures and associated documents;
- Attend internal/external meetings with multi-professional staff to assist in the planning and development of clinical audit projects as agreed;
- Ensure the timely development of allocated actions arising from recommendation and actions plans;
- Promote patient, user and operational staff involvement in clinical audit;
- Deliver clinical audit training, if required and agreed. Ensure patient confidentiality and data security is maintained at all times in accordance with Trust policies and procedures, reporting adverse events in accordance with the Trusts Incident Reporting Policy;
- Actively assist the Clinical Quality Manager in delivering the departments corporate governance and assurance requirements and any internal/external assurance processes;
- Represent the Trust in liaison with local and national partners as agreed to deliver an effective clinical audit programme;
- Provide appropriate administrative support to the department.

The successful candidate:

- A good standard of general education;
- Base level theoretical knowledge - audit qualification or professional course to NVQ 3 level or equivalent;
- A minimum of 2 years' audit experience;
- Ability to present information logically and concisely both verbally and in writing, including the ability to write reports with clarity;
- Proficient in the use of Trust IT systems including Microsoft Office suite, Outlook email, Internet, Intranet and Share Point as examples;
- Ability to work as part of a team and on own initiative;
- Smart appearance;
- Committed to the values and principles of public service and the vision of the organisation.

For further information, please contact Louise Griffiths at Finegreen Associates on (Apply online only)