Projects and Quality Officer

Join our team as a Project and Quality officer!

  • Closing date for applications: 10 April 2022
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Location: Wherever you are in the UK! We are more interested in your passion than your postcode! We want the best people to come and work for SignHealth!

Salary: £25,000.00

Hours: 37 hours per week

Interview Date: 14th April 2022

SignHealth are a passionate and unique Deaf led charity, committed to creating a future where there are no barriers to good health and well-being for Deaf people.

Are you keen about improving the quality of services?

Do you have an NVQ 4/5 in Health and Social Care or equivalent?

Do you have previous experience working within a care home?

Here at SignHealth we are currently recruiting for a Project and Quality Officer to join us in undertaking projects to develop quality and continuous improvement within our care homes and outreach services.

It is essential that you will have a strong understanding and knowledge of CRM systems, CQC care regulations, safeguarding, adults at risk or adults in crisis.

We are looking for someone who has had a management/senior role is a care home previously, who really understands the important of and how to ensure the delivery of good quality care.

This is a home based role, which will require you to travel to meeting’s, 1:1 meetings and attend training courses, we will also be required in occasion to attend the care homes which are located in Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and London to conduct audits.

We are looking for a motivated, passionate and hardworking individual who is able to plan, prioritise and organise their own time and workload in order to meet tight deadlines.

As a Project and Quality Officer you will work closely with our service managers developing consistency and uniformness of approaches across the services over a geographical spread of the country.

You will help to shape, develop and maintain quality systems, service audits, action plans, key performance indicators, performance management and compliance in line with the care regulations and care quality commission requirements.

Due to the nature of this position you will need to understand the importance of sensitive data and storing data in line with GDPR regulations. If you have knowledge of mental health under your belt that would be great, however not essential.

If this sounds like a position you would interested in, we would love to hear from you. We positively encourage applications from Deaf people and we will support all applicants along the journey of our recruitment process.

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