Quality Audit Officer (Social Care & Education)
Do you have an eye for detail? Are you excited about service development and improvement?
You may be an experienced Registered Manager looking to move to a post and share your valuable knowledge, or an education officer who wishes to specialise in Autism and broaden your experiences.
Autism East Midlands, one of the largest registered autism specific charities in the region have an exciting opportunity for a Quality Audit Officer who has gained relevant social care and/or education experience with the required transferable skills. Of course, we would be very pleased to have someone joining our team who has both sets of skills.
As a Quality Audit Officer your role will include:
–Completing internal quality assurance audits, directly working in our regulated services and specialist school
–Supporting audit preparation, such as Ofsted & CQC reviews
–Reviewing and analysing trends in regard to compliance
–Liaising with Senior Managers and ensuring all necessary reports are completed and shared within agreed timeframes
–Proactively supporting services to improve ratings to progress to ‘Outstanding’
-Supporting our corporate QA functions
As an audit officer you will be required to have proven experience in the care and/or education sector, and be passionate about delivering high quality support to those we work with. You will be responsible, in partnership with the relevant Manager / Headteacher, for providing high quality services which meets the needs of our pupils and service users in accordance with current best practices, adhering to policy and procedures, agreed standards, legislative requirements and relevant regulations under the direction of the Director of Quality Improvement.
This role will be a fundamental part of our ambition to move from good to outstanding with CQC and similar with OFSTED.
So, we are looking to attract someone with some aspirational expectations, someone who thrives on building positive relationships and creating professional rapport with the services you will come in to contact and work alongside.
Full Time – 37 hours per week
Salary: between £28k and £32k pro rata (depending on experience)
Please note: It is essential that applicants for the positions possess a full, current and clean driving licence and have access to their own vehicle with appropriate business insurance.
Health and Social Care: 1 year (Required)
Autism specific services: 1 year (Required)
Quality Assurance: 1 year (Desirable)
Education setting: 1 year (Desirable)