Performance and Quality Lead
PERFORMANCE AND QUALITY LEAD - ADULT SOCIAL CARE
We are seeking an experienced and highly skilled Performance and Quality Lead in Adult Social Care.
You will play a valuable role in supporting service improvement and demonstrating that our services are helping to improve outcomes for residents.
You will lead on the development of performance management and assurance arrangements across adult social care. You will thrive on working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to achieve solutions.
You will provide leadership and direction to the team’s data analyst(s) and develop performance reports and insight for a range of purposes to support continuous improvement in practice and service delivery.
This is a demanding and rewarding role at the heart of adult social care. If you are looking for a role where you can make a difference we would love to hear from you!
Please click on the vacancy information & person specification and job description documents for further details about this role and information on what to include in your application
Closing date 23 September 2018
Interview/Assessment date - 1 October 2018
£20,000 to £70,000 paLondon£36,000 to £43,000 paSouthwark£22,000 to £25,000 paSouthwark
£19,000 paBermondseySalary to be confirmed upon applicationBermondsey£24,000 to £26,000 paBermondsey
Salary to be confirmed upon applicationGreenwichSalary to be confirmed upon applicationSouthwark£26,000 to £32,000 paSouthwark
£33,000 to £39,000 paSouthwark£20,000 paSouthwark£22,000 to £25,000 paBenefits include: 28 days Annual Leave per year plus bank holidays, competitive pension scheme, seas, Southwark
Salary to be confirmed upon applicationSouthwark Park, Bermondsey SE1£44,000 to £50,000 paSouthwark£36,000 to £43,000 paSouthwark
£55,000 to £75,000 paSouthwark
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