CQC Specialist – Adult Social Care
Interim role in the South Coast – 4-5 days / week   
£600-650 /day
6 month initial interim role
Start date: 28th November

Interviews taking place next week so please respond ASAP if you are interested!


The Adult Social Care Services are expecting a CQC inspection sometime after April 2023 and the Local Authority needs a specialist who can ensure they are prepared.
 
Key Responsibilities as CQC Specialist:

  • Adult Social Care Interim who knows the Inspection process and can aid readiness.
  • Work to further establish a culture of audit, learning and improvement in Adult Social Care.
  • Provide oversight, test and challenge to the current assurance programme and take a lead role in preparation for CQC assurance.
  • Providing a dedicated strategic lead for this work the individual will also need to lead on improvement work; helping to identify areas for improvement with sound evidence and then leading on those improvements across the business.

 
Essential experience as CQC Specialist:

  • Extensive knowledge of the Adult Social Care sector
  • Worked at Assistant Director level or equivalent seniority within a Local Authority
  • Very experienced in handling and interpreting data & quality assurance
  • Have a record of identifying & delivering service improvements through evidence based decision making

Please note CV’s are being reviewed immediately with interviews taking place next week!
If this role is of interest, please email your CV to n.vandermeulen @baltimoreconsultingltd. com

(We offer a senior referral scheme upon successful placement of your recommendation so please do get in contact)

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Managing this role

Nicole VanderMeulen

Senior Consultant - Adult Social Care