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Project Officer

Project Officer

  • Location

    London

  • Sector:

    Operations, Admin & Support, Projects & Programmes, General

  • Job type:

    Temporary

  • Salary:

    £15.05 - 15.05 per hour

  • Contact :

    Sekai Lindsay

  • Contact email:

    sekai.lindsay@harrishill.co.uk

  • Contact phone:

    020 7820 7307

  • Job ref:

    HQ00043487

  • Published:

    4 months ago

  • Duration:

    3 Weeks

  • Closing date:

    2022-02-13

  • Posted:

    2022-01-16

  • Consultant:

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I am happy to be working with a well-established college in search of an experienced Project Officer to support the College Centre for Quality Improvement's national clinical audit programmes or research/evaluation projects. This is an exciting two-month temporary opportunity.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Conduct literature searches and summarise key information, identifying overarching standards and measurable criteria relating to the quality of healthcare delivery, depending on the requirement of the project.
Work closely with the project team and clinical leads to produce sampling methods, data collection tools and service-level reports and write parts of national reports (the extent to which this is required will vary, depending on the project).
Carry out data cleaning and analysis of quantitative data using statistical analysis software (SPSS) and Excel, in production of reports to project deadlines. Help create internal guidance for new analysis.
Use online data systems (e.g., Netsolving, Formic and SNAP) to create and manage online data collection tools.
Organise and oversee the collection of data from services, resolving queries and supporting their use of online data collection systems.
Support the registration of new services and maintenance of service contact records
Maintain existing databases, and design and manage new databases as required by the project/programme
Where required, maintain a database of member details including subscription and award periods
Liaise with healthcare professionals and patient and carer representatives and work closely with the project's clinical leads.
Provide support and data analysis to the project's clinical leads in writing papers for publication. Help to identify conferences and other opportunities to submit abstracts on the work of the project
Write a range of project materials such as guidance documents, updates to member services and newsletters, as required. Work to improve project documentation and processes.
Carry out general office administration that supports the work of the projects (e.g., travel bookings, taking minutes, printing, stationery orders, mail-outs etc).
Support the planning and organisation of online and face-to-face meetings, such as advisory group and committee meetings, occasional visits to participating services, workshops, and events. This may include support for online meetings and workshops and events by webinar.
Prepare all the relevant materials, data and reports for meetings and visits.
Organise and attend online or face-to-face regional workshops between data collection cycles and facilitate group discussions with clinicians, service users and carers (the extent this is required will vary, depending on the project).
Contribute to delivering Quality Improvement (QI) workshops, which includes facilitating group discussion and helping organisations to create a QI plan for their organisations based on audit findings (the extent to which this is required will vary, depending on the project)
Help to develop and improve a marketing and recruitment strategy as required, to encourage services to take part in CCQI projects.
Help design, produce, and disseminate publicity materials.
Keep the project/s webpages and email discussion groups up-to-date and use the College's social media to help promote and disseminate the work of the project.
Process financial paperwork, such as expense claims, invoices, and payments from member services, liaising with the finance department as required (the extent to which this is required will vary, depending on the project).
Participate in the wider work of the CCQI and support other CCQI projects as needed. This may involve covering reviews, data/report checking and assisting with running online events.
Carry out all duties in a safe and proper manner in accordance with the College's Health and Safety Policy.
Undertake any other duties related to the job purpose and/or that support the development of the Centre for Quality Improvement as required.
Manage all data in line with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation.

If you have the above skills and experience and are immediately available, please apply online today!