Programme Manager x2 (National Clinical Audit of Anxiety and
Depression & National Clinical Audit of Psychosis)
£37,500 per annum
35 hours per week
The Royal College of Psychiatrists is the leading medical
authority on mental health in the United Kingdom and is the
professional and educational organisation for doctors specialising
in psychiatry. The College plays a central role in establishing and
promoting the highest standards of psychiatric care and training in
the United Kingdom.
The College Centre for Quality
Improvement, (CCQI) is a multi-disciplinary team who
evaluate, audit and research mental health services. We are seeking
dynamic and proactive people to join us.
Candidates are advised to state the Programme
Manager role of their choice in their cover letter.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists have been
awarded 3 years’ funding for a major new programme of work to
evaluate the quality of care provided to people with psychosis and
people with anxiety and depression. It has been funded by the
Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership, on behalf of NHS
England. This is an exciting opportunity to make a difference
to the quality of NHS care that people with mental health problems
The successful candidates will have
experience of project management, having worked in quality
improvement, audit or research previously. Excellent
organisational, report writing, interpersonal and communication
skills are required, as well as excellent attention to detail.
Responsibilities include: overseeing project plans; supervising
staff; designing data collection tools; collecting and analysing
data; writing reports; organising events.
The successful candidates will be required to
undertake a DBS check.
We only recruit the best and in return for
your commitment and expertise we offer great benefits and the
chance to make your mark on our work.
For an information pack, please e-mail:
HR@rcpsych.ac.uk or download
from the below links.
Closing date for application: Monday 3 April 2017 @ 10am
Interview date: Friday 21 April 2017
The College is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Charity
registration no. 228636
We welcome applications from all sections of
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