Deputy Programme Manager  - ACP 360, MAEP & CAPSS

  • Location : London
  • Status : Permanent contract
  • Salary : £34,932 per annum
  • Closing date : 20/06/2022
  • Interview date : 28/06/2022

The College Centre for Quality Improvement, (CCQI) is a multi-disciplinary team of quality improvement workers who evaluate, audit and research mental health services. We are expanding the work that we carry out and are now seeking dynamic and proactive people for the following roles:

Assessment for Consultant Psychiatrists (ACP360) Multi-source Assessment for Expert Psychiatric Witnesses (MAEP) and the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Surveillance System (CAPSS)

This role is an exciting opportunity to support some of the varied work within the College Centre for Quality Improvement (CCQI). The ACP 360 and MAEP projects provide online, multi-source feedback tools to psychiatrists, to support their professional development, appraisal and revalidation. We facilitate the collection of quantitative and qualitative feedback from the colleagues and patients of psychiatrists, reporting and benchmarking their performance against thousands of others. The CAPSS project uses a process of active surveillance to support the epidemiological study of rare mental health disorders or events amongst children and adolescents across the UK and Ireland. CAPSS studies aim to raise awareness of these disorders and events, including their impact, helping to inform clinical strategy and public policy.

The successful candidate will have experience in project management and quality improvement in healthcare and/or clinical audit or research. They will show attention to detail and have excellent organisational, report writing and communication skills. Responsibilities will include overseeing project plans, supervising staff, supporting the ongoing improvement of project systems, communicating regularly with psychiatrists, database management, finance administration, marketing and event organisation.

The successful candidates will be required to undertake a DBS check.

The College values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community, reflecting the population it serves.

We are committed to building and maintaining an inclusive and supportive culture, a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit. We aim to promote a more inclusive environment, which attracts all candidates and signals our commitment to celebrate and promote diversity.

We will consider putting into place appropriate reasonable adjustments for candidates who may have a disability.

We only recruit the best and in return for your commitment the College offers an attractive salary and benefits.

We operate a hybrid model of working on site (minimum 2 days a week) and working from home/remote, which helps to ensure a flexible work life balance.

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How to apply

For more information and instructions on how to apply, please download the following documents:

We welcome applications from all sectors of the community.

Closing date: Monday 20 June 2022 at 10am

Interview date: Tuesday 28 June 2022 - via Microsoft Teams

The College is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Charity registration no. 228636

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