Clinical Audit NICE Facilitator

Undisclosed Company
Exeter, Devon
£8.01 - £10.86 per hour + Paid Holiday
09 Jan 2017
23 Jan 2017
Manpower UK
Job Type
Manpower is recruiting for a Clinical Audit Facilitator/NICE Coordinator on an on-going temporary basis with the potential to be extended for longer, within an NHS location, based in Exeter.
The purpose of the job role is to clinically audit activity that monitors and improves the quality, safety and efficiency of clinical care. You will work closely with clinician and managers, analysing clinical audit data, providing advice on clinical audit design and methodologies, acting on the local NICE reporter/National best practice clinical guidance coordinator for their division and coordinating National Confidential enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death (NCEPOD) reviews.
The jobholder will promote, facilitate and advise on: project planning; data collection and analysis; report preparation; the presentation of findings; and formulation of recommendations.
Your role will involve working within a fast paced team environment and duties will include but are not limited to:
*Undertaking 40-50 national audits annually
*Liaises with clinical staff and managers of all levels in order to monitor and ensure the com of the trust Annual Clinical Audit Programme using tact, persuasion and negotiation.
*Facilities the requests for data for confidential enquires/reviews, ensuring that these are submitted to the national centres by the relevant deadlines.
*Receives all new NICE guidance and creates Baseline assessments tolls, as appropriate, to disseminate to relevant leads.
*Quality checks clinical audit reports to ensure that all mandatory fields are completed the documentation is off sufficient quality to be submitted as evidence to Trust regulators.

You must have excellent attention to detail and accuracy skills with the ability to communicate at all levels verbally and in writing. It is essential that you are a team player with a high level of organisational skills and a methodical approach. Due to the nature of the role, a high degree of confidentiality is required, along with relevant security clearances. Hours of work will be between Monday and Friday, however you need to be flexible to work on a Saturday, if required.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience of working within a medical or hospital based administration environment and have experience with clinical audit or NICE experience.