Assistant Manager – QACTREP at Intersect Consortium

Kano and Abuja

Company Info

Mid sized business

1 to 50 Employees

Intersect Consortium is a network of organisations that mostly engage in the Mental Health and Addiction sectors. Our Members see Africa's growing need for Mental Health Services and Products and work tirelessly to raise awareness, educate, treat, and support individuals, businesses, families, and society as a whole.

Intersect Consortium is a network of organisations that mostly engage in the Mental Health and Addiction sectors. Our Members see Africa’s growing need for Mental Health Services and Products and work tirelessly to raise awareness, educate, treat, and support individuals, businesses, families, and society as a whole.

Title: Assistant Manager – QACTREP

Location: Kado, Abuja (FCT)

Employment Type: Full-time

Description

The roles and responsibilities of this include but not limited to:

  • In conjunction with the Core Manager, lead the continual development of robust and safe clinical governance processes
  • Participate in creating and sitting on committees of various QACTREP services
  • Liaise with MDT teams to establish patient involvement in improving treatment outcomes
  • To assist in developing reports that will contribute to the production of audit reports.
  • To act as a resource for all staff on Quality and Audit issues
  • To provide specialist advice to clinicians in all departments in relation to patient safety, including standardisation of patient care, and interpretation of international clinical recommendations
  • To prepare reports on quality and clinical governance for relevant committees, and internal monthly meetings
  • To participate in the production of the meetings agendas, minutes and disseminating all necessary reports and action plans in a timely manner prior to and after the committee meetings
  • In collaboration with HR, provide relevant training and support in clinical and general audit and clinical investigation techniques to staff
  • To develop and maintain own knowledge and skills in Quality, Governance, Audit and Risk Management and share this knowledge with staff including volunteers
  • Demonstrate the ability to use highly developed negotiation skills to challenge or question clinical practice overcoming staff resistance to change
  • Give formal presentations to internal and external partners and staff
  • Responsible for producing high-quality written reports, interpreting complex information
  • Ability to engage clinical colleagues and managers with credibility as a clinician demonstrating leadership skills
  • To ensure that a culture of continual quality improvement is embedded across clinical services
  • To lead the development of key clinical policies and procedures
  • To lead the governance and quality reporting from clinical services to the relevant committees and boards of the consortium
  • To ensure that there are systems of governance established that promote robust support of clinical activities
  • To establish a robust clinical risk management process that includes, lines of defence, risk mitigation and promotion of the evidence-based practice
  • To make use of clinical background and knowledge to initiate, develop, and maintain strategic relationships with organizations and individuals in line with the strategic plan of QACTREP
  • To ensure that quality and governance process are embedded into new and existing services
  • To gather information, and then, in partnership with colleagues, develop effective approaches to approved new contacts/partners

Organizational Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for policy standardization ensuring evidence-based practice and robust systems and processes of implementation, dissemination and monitoring of all clinical guidelines for all consortium services
  • Working in partnership with other departments to develop joint policies
  • To maintain confidentiality at all times and to comply with Intersect Consortium’s policies on Information Governance, thus ensuring security in the management and use of information
  • To play an active part in the development and maintenance of good relationships with all who have business with the consortium
  • Establish methods for gathering and sharing good practice, local intelligence and experiences across the consortium’s organisations
  • Work collaboratively with colleagues in Fundraising & Communications to ensure that voluntary income opportunities, and communications activity, are maximized
  • To administrate and organise own work to ensure that it is accurate and meets quality targets, reasonable deadlines and reporting requirements
  • Build and maintain a strong knowledge of Intersect Consortium’s activities & services
  • To work within the policy framework of Intersect Consortium
  • To adopt an anti-discriminatory approach in all aspects of therole

Requirements

  • Must be a clinician either a Nurse, Psychologists or Medic and have experience in research
  • Minimum of 3 years as a clinician, depending on the professional group
  • Superior research, analytical, planning, organizational skills, and detail orientation.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects, and competing priorities while adhering to deadlines.
  • Able to communicate effectively and with exceptional writing.
  • Ability to work independently, exercise mature professional judgment, and use discretion.

Salary

  • N170,000 – N250,000 monthly.

Deadline: January 24, 2024.

How to Apply: Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.