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Posted on: 24 September 2022
Regional Quality & Development Manager – Up to 55k plus 2.5k car allowance
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Care Home Professional to take the lead on the Quality and Development strategy within a portfolio of 6 Care and nursing homes in our London Region. The main purpose is to continually improve our quality standards through rigorous auditing, assessment and planning. You may be a Qualified Nurse, a Registered Manager or have worked in a similar role specifically focussed on Quality & Development.
Main responsibilities as the Regional Quality & Development Manager:
You’ll be working closely with the Care Home Managers, clinical teams and you’ll report into the Regional Operations Director to give feedback on current performance, recommended improvements and quality outcomes. You’ll be providing management information on your findings and report on areas of concern and corrective action required.
To provide care expertise to the Care Home Managers ensuring care delivery reflects current best practice in line with CQC regulations (KLOE’s) and legislation. Not only implement but also sustain best practice throughout the portfolio.
Undertake corporate projects as required to develop policy and procedure and ensure homes are kept up to date on information and guidance.
What you can expect in return:
If you are interested in this position please apply online today, or if you’d like to find out more please contact the Recruitment Team on or and we will be happy to help you.
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