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Network Quality Improvement Manager

Job Reference: 989-CPR-60

Castle Point and Rochford Clinical Commissioning Group
Quality Team
Castle Point and Rochford CCG, RAYLEIGH
£44,606 to £50,819 pa

Are you looking for the opportunity to work in a Clinical Commissioning Group to support quality improvement and transformation across the STP footprint?

We are one of 12 regional clinical networks and clinical senates within England covering six STP areas Norfolk and Waveney, Suffolk and South Essex, Cambridge & Peterborough, Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes, Mid and South Essex and Hertfordshire and West Essex

As the Quality Improvement Manager, you will work as part of a dynamic team in delivering an effective service supporting managers and staff across East of England Diabetes Clinical Network.

This role supports NHS England’s priorities in driving transformation as well as value for money in planning, commissioning and service. It is designed to build a combination of subject matter expertise and technical skills to develop a strong service delivery.  This is a 12 month fixed term position.

This role will work closely with STP diabetes Quality Improvement managers to ensure coordination of work to:

•             support local implementation of the National Diabetes Prevention Programme,

•             support delivery of the Treatment and Care programme,

•             address variation and quality improvement within local diabetes services especially within

primary care and in relation to foot care, NICE treatment standards and cross system equality of access to diabetes services.

We are looking for an individual with the skills and drive to take this role forward.  If you feel this is a role you would like to be considered for to take forward we would love to hear from you.

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