An exciting opportunity has arisen, supporting a large Healthcare organisation as a Divisional Governance Manager.
This post will be working in the North West on an interim basis for 3 months, at a Band 7 – 8a.
The post holder will assist with the day-to-day Governance agenda of Complaints, Risk Management and SI’s.
A successful candidate will have:
- Responsible for ensuring that systems and processes are implemented and monitored to achieve governance, assurance, and quality objectives with the Networked Services Division;
- Provide expert advice and support in all aspects of the governance and risk agenda;
- Work with minimal direction, and independently determine key governance priorities based on national regulation and standards;
- Put systems and process in place, in partnership with the governance team to ensure that there is local and organisational learning following all types of incidents, complaints and claims, actively disseminating lessons learned throughout the division.
- Coordinate the division’s governance arrangements to ensure delivery of CQC standards, risk management, complaints, patient and public involvement/engagement, information governance, clinical audit, patient information, and any other relevant governance requirements;
- Implement the risk management strategy and policy within the division, including the effective maintenance and application of the risk register;
- Lead on the monitoring and implementation of effective processes to achieve relevant quality targets;
- Provide the division with expert advice and leadership on governance and assurance issues;
- Take a proactive approach to ensure that the division implements defined national and organisational standards, demonstrating their effective application at all levels;
- Support the development of policies and procedures relevant to the service.
- Must have experience within the NHS/ a healthcare setting in a leaderships Governance role;
- Trained within Root Cause Analysis methodology;
- Detailed knowledge of risk management and governance structures;
- The ability to organise and take responsibility for a system to record and produce information on complaints and governance on behalf of the division or sub speciality;
- Proven experience in investigation and monitoring incidents.
If you are interested in the role and have the above skill set, please do send a copy of your updated CV along with your availability to Ria Healy on firstname.lastname@example.org