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Clinical Governance Coordinator

Organisation
Demelza Hospice Care For Children
Post date
19 November 2020
Closing date
2 December 2020
Location
Sittingbourne, Kent
Salary
£23,030.00 per annum
Hours
30-37.5hpw
Contact email
recruitment@demelza.org.uk

Demelza provides specialist care and emotional support for children and young people with serious and terminal conditions and their loved ones, across Kent, East Sussex and South East London.

Every role at Demelza contributes and impacts on our ability to support each child, young person and their family achieve the best possible life, whatever their challenges.

We seek a competent Administrator to join our Clinical Governance team based in Sittingbourne, Kent. You will have exemplary verbal and written communication skills to support the clinical governance functions of the Clinical Services team.

Proficient with all aspects of Microsoft Office, you will be able to handle sensitive and highly confidential information, work to deadlines and be calm under pressure of conflicting demands on your time. You will recognise the importance of providing an efficient and responsive service to support the provision of high quality care. You will also be responsible for coordinating mandatory training for the Clinical Services team.

You will have in-depth experience and knowledge of incident and complaints software as this will be a particular focus of the role; working knowledge of Datix would be a distinct advantage.

Please note this role will involve working remotely for a temporary period due to COVID-19.

Apply now to join #TeamDemelza and be part of our passion and dedication to be there when we are needed the most.

For an informal chat please call Jane Streeter, Clinical Governance & Quality Team Leader, on 07739 034364.

Closing Date – Wednesday 2nd December 2020
Interview Date – Thursday 10th December 2020

For more information and to apply for this role, please visit our website – www.demelza.org.uk

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