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About the role
The Royal College of Surgeons of England is looking for a Clinical Effectiveness (CEU) Coordinator. The post holder will oversee tasks supporting teams in the Clinical Effectiveness Unit. The CEU is an academic department of around 30 staff.
The post holder will support the CEU Director and establish working relations with all levels of RCSEng staff and external contacts. The post holder will also work with the project teams that run the national clinical audits in the National Cancer Audit Collaborating Centre (NATCAN) and the Clinical Effectiveness Unit. Collaborate with audit managers, NATCAN team, and stakeholders to improve quality through event organization. Role involves updating CEU-project websites and coordinating with stakeholders and NHS groups. Post holder expected to use initiative and judgment to find solutions for arising issues.
The post holder will gain insight into the audit and research functions in the CEU, which will provide a foundation for expanding their knowledge and understanding.
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Clinical Effectiveness Unit (CEU) Coordinator Job Detail
- Organization: The Royal College of Surgeons of England
- Job Title: Clinical Effectiveness Unit (CEU) Coordinator
- Salary: £24,494
- Contract Type: Permanent, Full-time (35 hours)
- Location: Central London
- Closing date: Tuesday 09 May 2023
Responsibilities of Clinical Effectiveness Unit (CEU) Coordinator
The duties of the post are varied and wide-ranging and can be broadly divided into the following main areas:
- Coordination of CEU (35%): Support the CEU Director in the administration of the CEU to ensure it is run efficiently.
- Support National Clinical Audits and other projects (40%): Contribute to the delivery of Audits / Projects by helping with communication strategies and the preparation and distribution of project materials
- Financial responsibilities (15%): Assist the CEU Director in managing the distribution/payment of invoices, and investigating discrepancies
- Organization of CEU events (10%): Support the organization of CEU courses and conferences
- A good general standard of education up to ‘A’ level or equivalent and proven admin experience, ideally gained in a research-related environment
- A good working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
- A demonstrable ability to work with databases and spreadsheets and data entry experience
- Skills in prioritizing work and meeting deadlines, even when under pressure
- Great communication skills, both verbal and written, plus the confidence to liaise effectively with people at all levels
- Excellent attention to detail, a team ethos, lots of initiative, and the ‘can-do’ attitude it takes to deliver results
What we can offer you
- 27 days paid holiday + bank holidays and up to 4 college closure days
- Flexible working
- Enhanced contributory pension scheme & other leave entitlements
- Variety of learning and development opportunities
- Wellbeing Programme & Employee Assistance Scheme
If you wish to apply or if you have any questions about this position please email your CV and a cover letter to RCSHR@rcseng.ac.uk.
Any personal data collected from you, or that you provide to us, will be processed by us in our recruitment processes. If unsuccessful in your application, your information will be held by us on our database for a period of 6 months before deletion. If you would like your information removed sooner, please contact RCSHR@rcseng.ac.uk