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Vacancy: Quality Improvement Facilitator, Enfield, UK

Vacancy: Quality Improvement Facilitator, Enfield, UK
Posted on: Jul.09.2021

Main area: Corporate
Hours: Full time - 37.5 hours per week
Job ref: 306-CORP177-JC
Salary: £43,712 - £49,325/Year inclusive of Outer London HCAS
Closing: 22/07/2021 23:59

Job overview

Are you passionate about quality and change? Are you looking to roll up your sleeves and work directly with clinical and non-clinical staff at all levels? The role of the Quality Improvement (QI) Facilitator working as part of the corporate QI Team, may be what you are looking for.

Main duties of the job

We are particularly looking for someone with an interest and experience in quality improvement to work with teams to embed QI across the Trust. The successful candidate will enable sustainable change through training and coaching. Your role will also include facilitating some key improvement projects, particularly those relating to the Brilliant Basics. The ability to work within a team, whilst managing your own portfolio of projects and training is essential.

Working for our organisation

As a Trust we have adopted the Quality, Service Improvement and Redesign (QSIR) programme; so training in this approach is desirable but more important is that you have practical experience of using QI methodologies. We are continuing to develop the use of LifeQI to provide staff with the tools as well as visibility of all QI projects.

Detailed job description and main responsibilities

A proactive, flexible approach, and strong organisation, communication and interpersonal skills will be crucial in this rewarding role as this is a trust wide position whereby you will be working with a range of stakeholders.

Person specification

Essential criteria
• Educated to degree level or equivalent experience
Desirable criteria
• Relevant post-graduate qualification

Previous experience:
Essential criteria
• Worked in complex and multi-professional organisations
• Engaged and worked with multidisciplinary staff at different levels
Desirable criteria
• Facilitated group discussions and effectively managed group dynamics

Essential criteria
• Knowledge of the NHS context
• Awareness of a QI approach
Desirable criteria
• Tools and techniques that can be used in organisational development, QI and change

Skills, abilities and attributes:
Essential criteria
• Self-aware and emotionally intelligent e.g. able to identify own strengths and limitations and understanding impact on others
• Ability to draw on relevant literature and theories to critique own practice
Desirable criteria
• Tools and techniques that can be used in organisational development, QI and change

Other requirements relevant to the post

Essential criteria
• Be prepared to travel between sites and work away from home on occasion
• Able to cope with a demanding and unpredictable work pattern

References will be required to cover your last 3 years of employment/training. One has to be from your current or most recent employer and the others from your previous employer. The references should be from persons with management responsibility or HR.

If you have been unemployed for a period of four years or more, please give the details of your last employer and one character referee of your choice (not members of your family). If more applicable, references will be requested from your teacher or head of faculty. Please ensure you provide full contact details.

Vacancies that are advertised as Fixed Term Contracts will also be available as secondment opportunities for substantive internal staff.

Please be aware that your documents eg. Passport/NI Card, will be electronically scanned using Home Office accredited Verification System.

Due to the high number of applications that are received for some posts, we will close vacancies before the stated closing date once the first 50 applications are received. Therefore, please apply as soon as possible.

All non-medical posts with the Trust are subject to a probationary period of six months, during which time you will be required to demonstrate to the Trust’s satisfaction, your suitability for the position in which you will be employed.

Should you not hear from us within three working weeks of the closing date for this post, then regretfully in this instance, you have not been shortlisted.


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