£19,320 - £20,580 per annum
Fixed Term Contract for 1 year
Part Time, 3 days per week (21 hours)
The Accreditation Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) accreditation scheme known as ACSA (Anaesthesia Clinical Services Accreditation). Proactive in your approach, you will be responsible for anaesthetic departments engaged with the scheme and will liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders. You will form an integral part of the ACSA team and be required to proactively promote its benefits.
The ideal candidate will have worked in a similar role and be able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills as well as proficiency in a range of Microsoft software and databases. As a confident communicator, you will be comfortable communicating with a wide audience and will be able to build and maintain excellent working partnerships. You will have excellent organisational skills and will be able to demonstrate success when working independently.
You will be joining a friendly team who deliver to the highest standards therefore the successful candidate will need to be a highly motivated, enthusiastic, flexible team player and willing to pick up routine and emerging tasks to support the wider work of the directorate. The successful candidate will have confidence and excellent judgment of people and situations.
Join the RCoA to work on some of the biggest issues facing our members, healthcare and the work of anaesthetists – who are the largest single specialty group of doctors within UK hospitals. The RCoA is committed to improving patients’ safety, wellbeing and outcomes through our professional standards.
Anaesthetists have overall responsibility for patients’ wellbeing before, during and after surgery and procedures. They work across the hospital setting, in the operating theatre, A&E, critical care and obstetrics. 16% of all hospital consultants are anaesthetists and over two-thirds of hospital in-patients will see an anaesthetist. The RCoA supports over 18,000 members and over 4,000 from the RCoA’s associated Faculties of Intensive Care Medicine and Pain Medicine.
Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications, we are unable to provide detailed feedback to candidates on their application. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted after the closing date.
Closing date for applications: Friday 12 July 2019