Risk & Compliance Audit Co-ordinator

Recruiter
GILBERT MEHER
Location
Lancashire
Salary
Competitive
Posted
14 Jun 2018
Closes
14 Jun 2018
Job role
Audit
Contract type
Permanent
Hours
Full time
The Company
Gilbert Meher are delighted to be working in partnership with one of the fastest growing specialist care providers in the UK. They have almost doubled in size over the last few years with very ambitious growth plans for future. This exciting organisation provide exceptional and bespoke 24/7 wrap around CAMHS support packages for young people and residential care teams. They now have over 10 Residential homes in the North West with a focus on Tier 4 inpatient and managing transitions from hospitals and secure settings into the community. This highly specialised organisation put young people at the heart of their care packages and support young people with Mental health problems in the transition to adulthood up to the age of 25.
Key Responsibilities
This exciting organisation is now looking to recruit a Risk & Compliance Audit Co–ordinator to Support the Risk & Compliance Manager ensuring implementation and review of compliance is carried out to the highest quality standards within the required regulations and legislations. You will Ensure quality is and remains at the heart of everything you do. You will conduct quality inspections to the highest possible standards in line with statutory and legislative requirements. You will be expected to Carry out audits as determined by the Clinical Audit Calendar and provide best practice advice, support and information to Residential Managers and Clinicians within company. You will monitor ongoing compliance with essential standards of quality and safety across regulated activities and across all subsectors and inspections in the area and identify thematic areas of concern.
Experience Required
  • You will have extensive experience carrying out Audits within a Healthcare setting
  • You will have exceptional attention to detail skills and possess the ability to monitor and update a range of risk management policy documents to ensure they comply with regulatory requirements.
  • You will possess exceptional report writing skills together with outstanding all–round verbal and written communication skills
  • You will come from a compliance/Audit background with an excellent understanding of clinical governance.
  • Ideally you will have an in–depth knowledge of the Health & Social care Act and you will have an excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • You must hold a current full UK driving license, have access to your own vehicle and be willing to travel across the North West and Yorkshire.

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