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Service Improvement Specialist

Service Improvement Specialist

  • Location

    Bath

  • Sector:

    Community

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £34,062 per year

  • Contact :

    Shweta Prabhakar

  • Contact email:

    shweta.prabhakar@harrishill.co.uk

  • Contact phone:

    020 7820 7320

  • Job ref:

    42947

  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

  • Closing date:

    2022-05-06

  • Consultant:

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Service Improvement Specialist

Permanent Contract | Part Time 22.5 hours per week / 3 days

Location: The charity are in process of moving to a new central Bath City location and dependant on your location, would be happy to support fully remote working or hybrid working from the office base.

Salary: up to £34,062 per annum pro rata

The Service Improvement Specialist is an exciting new hands-on role which will enable the charity to tackle and address the variation in access to Fracture Liaison Services (FLS) that is leading to osteoporosis patients experiencing health inequalities across the UK.

Reporting to the Service Improvement Lead, the role will support us to address these health inequalities by challenging the inequity of FLS provision by influencing and supporting the NHS to implement and deliver high quality FLSs across the UK to address this variation.
You will use your understanding of current UK wide health structures and knowledge and ability to identify opportunities to influence for system wide change to ensure that activities are underpinned by effective approaches that target those most able to bring about change.

We're looking for someone who can build strategic relationships at local, regional and national level to effectively influence change and use your expert knowledge and skills to develop and deliver influencing activities that increase the uptake of evidenced based interventions across the UK, ultimately leading to improved support and care for patients with and at risk of osteoporosis.

Closing Date: 19th April 2022