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SE11, London 2.29 miles
£50,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

This is an exciting opportunity to join an organisation focused on protecting the public through efficient regulation and a culture of continuous improvement. Working as part of the Fitness to Practise management team, you will lead on business improvement projects to enhance the efficiency and quality of our processes, procedures and decisions.

You will join us at an exciting time as we develop our work practice improvement programme, establish an agile change management model for the team, and cultivate a human centred approach to regulation, as we strive to fulfil our ambition to become a beacon of good practice.

Your role will be to:

  • Lead improvement projects within the Fitness to Practice department, undertaking root cause analysis and impact analysis to deliver and embed sustained, evidence-based changes.
  • Be proactive in identifying and making a case for appropriate improvements to meet challenges head on.
  • Work collaboratively with other Operational Managers and colleagues across the organisation to deliver the department’s strategic objectives and priorities, actively engaging with others to develop and embed robust and effective change.
  • Ensure the team have the skills and capabilities required to deliver high quality service outputs, fostering a learning and development culture.
  • Utilise quality assurance strategies to identify, develop and share best practice, ensuring that recommendations and learning from audits, reviews and other feedback is taken forward and embedded in the department.
  • Be a role model for the department’s commitment to embrace change and different ways of working.

You will have excellent communication skills, be Lean Six Sigma qualified and have experience of managing teams in delivering time and quality critical business processes. You will also have experience of working within healthcare, professional regulation or other regulatory environments.

The people we work with are central to helping us achieve effective and efficient regulation and in return we offer our employees generous benefits. As a member of the team you will have access to wide range of employee schemes and benefits including:  

  • 30 days annual leave plus discretionary days at Christmas
  • Interest free season ticket loan  
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • 7% employer contribution pension  
  • Employee discounts on gym membership and a broad range of retail outlets
  • Flexible working options
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
  • 24/7 Virtual GP

Alongside our excellent employee benefits, we are committed to your ongoing learning and development to build your skills, experience, and career. 

You can find out more about our benefits on our website

Closing Date: Monday 12 October (applications closed at 1pm)

Interview Date: w/c 26 October

Further information on this role is detailed in the job description and person specification.

Please note that due to the current situation with Covid-19 the post holder maybe required to work remotely at the beginning of their employment.

The HCPC welcomes applicants from all sections of the community and we promote equality of opportunity, diversity and inclusion.

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Health and Care Professions Council

We protect the public by regulating 16 health and care professions.

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Posted on: 21 September 2020
Closing date: 12 October 2020
Job ref: Operational Manager - Work Practice Improvement
Tags: Management,Legal

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