BTS Head Office Vacancy - Manager of BTS Quality Improvement and Clinical Audit Programmes

Manager, BTS Quality Improvement and Clinical Audit Programmes

Maternity Cover 2019

British Thoracic Society, London

Salary: £31,589– £43,699 per annum

Post Type: Part time

Closing Date: Monday 18 March 2019

Interview Date: 28 March

The British Thoracic Society is seeking to recruit an individual to the post of Manager for its Quality Improvement and Clinical Audit Programme. 

BTS is a dynamic and innovative organisation focussed on improving the health of people with respiratory disease, and supporting the health care professionals who look after them.

In addition to our active membership and events programme, we offer a broad and varied quality improvement programme which spans the development of guidelines and other publications, a national clinical audit programme, and a range of other activities aimed at providing resources for those working in respiratory medicine. We are now seeking a skilled and enthusiastic individual to join the Clinical Programmes team as maternity cover for the manager of our clinical audit and QI programme.

The post will provide pro-active and efficient project management and administrative support for the Society’s QI and audit programme, working closely with the Deputy Chief Executive.

The successful candidate will have experience in the health sector with an understanding of quality improvement and clinical audit methodology, and will possess excellent administrative, interpersonal and organisation skills. Strong networking skills will be needed to build and maintain good relationships with key stakeholders, both internally and externally.

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Informal Enquiries prior to application may be made to Sally Welham, Deputy Chief Executive, British Thoracic Society on 020 7831 8778 to e-mail address sally.welham@brit-thoracic. 

No agency enquiries.

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Applications in the form of a CV and a covering letter should be sent to Sheila Edwards, Chief Executive, British Thoracic Society, 17 Doughty St, London WC1N 2PL or to by 5pm on Monday 18 March 2019.