Quality Monitoring Officer –Care – £23 – £30K Depending…

  • North West
  • 30000*0 USD / YEAR
  • Salary: 30000*0
  • Reference: J37877/LHU

Quality Monitoring Officer –Care – £23 – £30K Depending on experience – Full Time

Area – Runcorn

An exciting opportunity has arisen for Quality Monitoring Officer to join an exclusive care provider who provide care out in the community in and around the North West region.

The successful candidate will be an experienced Quality Monitoring Officer with excellent communication skill. As a Quality Monitoring Officer you will provide effective support and consistent leadership to Management teams and ensure high quality service delivery and business outcomes within safe and effective environments.

Job Requirements:

• Support the Director of Care and Registered Manager in meeting demands of the business.
• To review/implement operational policies and procedures of the company.
• Perform detailed audits of resident care files, including review of judgments made concerning individuals’ care needs.
• Auditing all services in line with CQC KLOE requirements
• Keeping up to date with latest regulatory requirements
• Experience of working in regulated settings and the ability to ensure compliance with regulatory and contractual requirements relating to quality standards, systems and processes
• Collating of positive outcomes from services

What you will need:

• A good understanding of market oversight and quality assurance functions
• High level of written/oral skills and strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to present information and findings to a wide range of audiences
• Excellent interpersonal skills with an ability to develop relationships, with both service providers and key stakeholders and people who use the services.
• Be motivated, and able to work on own initiative and plan and organise own workload
• Ability to be flexible and adaptable to changing demands to meet the needs of the service
• Ability to provide guidance and advice to service providers to develop good practice to comply with quality standards
• You will be committed to providing the highest care standards.
• Must have a driving licence and be willing to travel
• Knowledge of quality standards
• CQC legislation knowledge
• Ability to manage multiple priorities effectively
• Must be enhanced DBS check

If you are interested in applying for this role or finding out more information, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Leanne at Amber Mace on 01904 571 187, or email an up to date CV to Leanne@ambermace.com.

To apply for this job email your details to Leanne@ambermace.com.