Position closes on 24th December 2023
Clinical Training is a core component of the governance and safety program of any healthcare provider and is at the heart of our strategy to maintain our clinical reputation. It covers the range of activity from planning the clinical training program through delivery to auditing training compliance. Audit assurance is also a fundamental part of clinical governance and safety and is integral to a training delivery role as lessons from audit must be incorporated into the training program to demonstrate that we are a learning organisation and that we do invest in our people.
We are looking for a dedicated, experienced, energetic and passionate individual to come and be part of our senior nursing team as our clinical training and audit assurance lead. The post will be professionally incredibly rewarding but, like so many top-quality opportunities, will be very demanding. Examples of some the knowledge, experience and skill we seek include:
- A passion for working with people and enabling the provision of person-centred care.
- Working in a training delivery and clinical audit.
- Understanding the role of training in returning staff to work and supporting them to improve performance.
- Being part of an on call rota.
- Maintaining own professional development and registration.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills written and verbal.
- Leadership and management skills, with the ability to motivate others.
- Experience at first hand of preparation for, and hosting CQC inspections.
Daunting as the role might be, you will not be alone. We have a vibrant and supportive MDT which will help you advocate for your patients. We also have a deep commitment to professional development and look forward to helping you reach your full potential as you commit to helping us reach ours.
This is a full time and permanent role working an average of 42.5 hours. The salary for this role is £39,984.56.
About the Royal Hospital Chelsea
The ethos of the Royal Hospital is one that puts a premium on selflessness and companionship. Our values of nurturing belonging, respect individuals, encourage pride and enjoy life underpin that ethos. We are united in a shared purpose, living and working together and ensuring everyone has a place in our diverse social and military community.
The Royal Hospital Chelsea is dedicated to equality, diversity, and inclusion, where all backgrounds and abilities can reach their full potential. We pride ourselves on attracting a wide range of talent, removing potential barriers, and promoting equal opportunities. We know, the more varied and inclusive our teams are, the better our organisation will be for our community. We are a Disability Confident employer dedicated to hiring diverse talent and ensuring you are treated with respect throughout the recruitment process and upon joining our community.
Our selection process.
Should your application be successful you will be invited to a formal interview, where you will be asked questions relating to your experiences and key requirements of the role. If you are successful after the interviews, we will:
- Ask for references from those you have listed on your application form.
- Check your right to live and work in the UK.
- Check any declarations you have made on your application form.
- Ask you to complete a medical form.
- Carry out an Enhanced DBS application.Top of Form