**Banding Subject to Agenda For Change Approval**
Are you looking for an interesting and rewarding job with good work-life balance in a stunningly beautiful rural location within easy reach of the West Midlands conurbation? Are you passionate about quality of patient care? Are you someone who has a sound understanding of quality, patient safety, risk, data and clinical effectiveness? If so, we would like to welcome you to join our friendly, supportive team as we are looking for an enthusiastic, flexible and highly motivated Quality and Governance Lead to join our busy Radiology team here at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust.
This post will involve the development and maintenance of a local governance framework and will be an essential role within the Radiology Department at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals NHS Trust. You will promote a positive learning environment where changes are established and embedded across a number of clinical areas. You will ensure there are appropriate systems in place on the reporting, management and investigation of clinical incidents, including root cause analysis as required. You will lead investigations into clinical incidents in an open and just culture to reduce risk and improve the quality and safety of patient care and experience.
You will require excellent communication skills and be a strong, supportive team player with proven influencing and coaching skills, accustomed to working in a challenging, fast-paced environment. The post holder will be a pivotal member of the team and be able to analyse data readily to produce high quality reports and presentations.
This post is full time and will be reporting to the Radiology Centre Manager, working closely with the Lead Superintendent Radiographers and covering both hospital sites in Shrewsbury and Telford, with some travel between sites.
The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust is the main provider of acute medical care for half a million people in Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and mid-Wales and has been awarded over £300 million to invest in our hospitals. Shropshire is the largest inland county in the UK with Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, World Heritage sites and access to Mid Wales and the Welsh coast. There are good schools, amazingly affordable housing and a wide range of leisure pursuits.