The Royal College of Radiologists is seeking a competent Data, Audit and Surveys Administrator to join the Data, Audit and Surveys team.
The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) is the UK’s professional body for doctors who are specialists in the fields of clinical radiology and clinical oncology. It sets standards for clinical practice and training, for examinations and for continuing professional development. It is also a registered charity. With a worldwide membership of 10,000, and in excess of 55 staff, the College is seeking a competent Data, Audit and Surveys Administrator to join the Data, Audit and Surveys team. An increasingly important function of the RCR is to gather and analyse data and information about the medical specialties of Clinical Radiology and Clinical Oncology to inform policy, development work and professional workforce planning.
The role is permanent and full-time and will attract a £31,393 salary for a 35 hour week and an annual holiday entitlement of 25 days, plus 8 days’ Bank Holidays. The role will be based at the College’s premises at 63 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2.
The individual will be responsible for supporting the delivery of key activities and functions within the RCR audit and Quality Improvement (QI) strategies, working closely with the Audit Officer. This will include providing support on specific clinical audit projects, two annual audit conferences, as well as organising two audit/QI poster competitions and contributing to the editorial review of audit resources on the RCR website.
The individual will also be responsible for supporting workforce planning activities of the College. This includes the annual census for each faculty, helping to prepare and quality assure census data and responding to census and survey enquiries, and ad-hoc survey support.
The successful individual will provide high level executive support to Officers on agreed activity areas, as well as providing cover across all of their functions within the RCR. This support will take a range of forms, including guidance and briefing, managing diaries and correspondence on related work areas, and the provision of administrative support where required.
The post-holder will work on a day-to-day basis with the Data, Audit and Surveys Manager, Audit Officer, and Data and Surveys Officer. The post-holder collaborates closely with the senior specialty doctors who are elected or appointed to the College Audit Committees. The post-holder will also be required to work closely with College Officers, members and Fellows, external healthcare organisations and many staff of the College.