Clinical Standards & Quality Improvement Manager - Shirley, Solihull
Are you a Veterinary Surgeon with a passion for high clinical standards and driving forward quality within practices? Can you coach, lead, enable and deliver in areas of quality and ensure sharing of best practice? Do you have experience in gaining RCVS Practice Standards Scheme accreditation? Then this is the role for you.
The Linnaeus Group, a forward-thinking partnership of highly respected veterinary practices across the UK are currently recruiting for a Clinical Standards & Quality Improvement Manager to join our dynamic team.
Linnaeus invests in quality practices who put patient care at the heart of everything they do. We are incredibly proud of each and every member of our diverse portfolio, from the UK’s most respected small animal referral centres to our selection of high quality first opinion practices.
Are you a Veterinary Surgeon with a passion for high clinical standards and driving forward quality within practices? Can you coach, lead, enable and deliver in areas of quality? Do you have experience in gaining RCVS Practice Standards Scheme accreditation? Are you able to support others effectively and ensure sharing of best practice?
The main purpose of this newly created position will be to support, co-ordinate and improve the Linnaeus Group’s Clinical Standards and Quality. The ideal person will be a Veterinary Surgeon and will be responsible for:
- Supporting practices with internal and external accreditation programmes, with associated record keeping, and identifying training and resource needs to facilitate their delivery
- Ensuring that evidence-base veterinary medicine, clinical auditing and sharing of best practice is facilitated and delivered
- Being the Linnaeus contact with professional bodies/societies
- Benchmarking of trends
- Liaising with other key stakeholders within the Mars Veterinary Health Group to share resources.
The role will involve travel to attend practices & meetings – some of these are likely to be international.
Our Vision is: ‘To be recognised as the UK’s leading veterinary group, committed to excellence in all that we do, delivered through high quality practices who share a common ethos’.
Our Values are: Leadership with Integrity | Learning & Innovation | Lifetime Commitment to Quality Care
Closing date for applications is Friday 21st June 2019. Interviews will take place on Tuesday July 2nd 2019 in the Linnaeus Support Office in Shirley.
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