This is an exciting time to join the corporate nursing team as we commence our “Getting to Good” programme supported by our new Improvement Alliance with University Hospitals Birmingham. If you are an experienced senior nursing leader who is passionate about driving the quality of nursing to ensure the best possible care and outcomes for patients then this role offers a fantastic opportunity to be a part of our senior nursing team.
We’re looking for a senior nurse with extensive knowledge and experience of contributing to the nursing quality and assurance agenda. You should have a good understanding of the NHS quality and safety regulatory frameworks and CQC Key Lines of Enquiry. You will play a key role in relation to helping deliver the quality and clinical assurance agenda across the Corporate Nursing Team on behalf of the Director of Nursing. A key responsibility of the post holder is to ensure the timely and accurate submission of quality data at Trust level and externally to the CQC and other regulatory bodies. You’ll provide expert advice in relation to nursing quality and clinical assurance, liaising with Care Groups and clinical services as a trusted expert. You will provide crucial senior nursing leadership, regulatory advice and assistance, as well as delivering complex and sensitive information at the highest levels. You will undertake audits, track and manage results and introduce corrective or preventative measures if needed.
On a personal level, you will be educated to Master’s degree level or have an equivalent demonstrable level of knowledge acquired through experience and further training / development. You will be an excellent leader and influencer, able to build effective working relationships with key stakeholder internally and externally to the Trust. You will have a proven ability to improve services, analyse and understand complex information and motivate nursing staff at all levels.
To discuss the challenges the post brings and to see how you can become part of this team please contact Kara Blackwell, Deputy Chief Nurse on email@example.com