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Interim Head of Risk & Governance

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£350 - £450 per day
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Interim Head of Risk & Governance NHS
6-month contract
Inside of IR35
£400 to £500 per day

The Role

My client an NHS Trust based in London is looking for an experienced Quality Assurance & Risk professional to lead on the operational management on risk management and matters relating to risk and assurance topics. As the Head of Service you will be working with the SMT in the design and implementation of a new performance management framework, as well as hold responsibility for identifying and recording the risks associating with implementing national standards.

This is an exciting opportunity where you will play a major role in the modernisation of the service in line with wider strategic change for the Trust, working with clinical teams to embed change and deliver efficiencies.

Additional key responsibilities include:
  • Ensuring risks are address and mitigated as affectively as possible, advising clinical and corporate departments where necessary.
  • Budget management for assurance and be responsible for meeting financial standards.
  • Responsibility for all procurement functions in the area.

As the successful candidate you will have/be:
  • In-depth knowledge of health related assurance.
  • In-depth knowledge of risk management.
  • Experience in running training sessions in analysis, compliance and audit procedures in the NHS.
  • Experience of developing policy for an organisation.
  • Skilled in direct line management and project management.

If this role would be of interest please contact Senior Recruitment Consultant James Withington on 01173 137 110 or email j.withington

Baltimore Consulting Ltd are an Executive & Senior Appointments Specialist providing pivotal recruitment consultancy services to the public and third sectors.


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