Quality Assurance - CQC

Are you experienced in quality Assurance for the adult social care sector?


Are you looking to be part of a team that recognise you for your hard work?


Are you passionate about providing the right support for vulnerable individuals?


If so, then my client would love to hear from you.


This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of the UKs biggest charity organisations in social care!


You will work in care services across the central England region to improve service quality and regulatory compliance.

You will do this through audits, inspections and improvement planning.


You will be working closely with the Director of Quality and regional senior management team to maintain the quality assurance systems.

You will undertake thematic audits and inspections based on the relevant standards.

You will ensure quality reports reflect those standards and the respective ratings framework.

You will work closely with Service Managers to support service improvement.


What's on offer:



  • Fantastic Salary of £42,000

  • A generous employer contribution to a company pension scheme with additional life cover

  • Substantial annual leave, with the option to buy or sell leave.

  • Access to a cash health plan at favourable rates

  • A Comprehensive Employee Assistance Programme

  • 24-hour free counselling, legal, financial and information advice for you and direct family



To be considered for this role you must have the following:



  • You will have a genuine commitment to the social model of disability and experience of working with people with disabilities.

  • You will also have management experience in the social care sector.

  • You will have in-depth knowledge of current legislation, policy, and practice.

    This will include knowledge and experience of CQC, care regulations and standards.

  • You will need to work flexible hours, travel and occasionally stay away from home.

  • The role covers our services from the Midlands, East Anglia, Essex, and north London.

    This means you will ideally live in the same region.

  • You may need to travel to other parts of the UK occasionally.

  • You are an effective communicator.

  • You have excellent written skills, including preparing formal reports.

  • You are self-motivated, with the ability to set and meet deadlines.

  • Strong people and performance manager

  • Full driving license and own vehicle



If you are looking for your next big step within your career, then please apply today.




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