IR(ME)R Manager - Operational Hub, National Specialist Team
Grade: £50,466 National Framework) or £55,484 (London Framework – if you are London office based or homebased and live within the boundary of the M25) – There is also an additional homeworking allowance of £514 per annum for those working from home and an Operational Car Working Allowance of £448 per annum.
Location– Homebased – Flexible
Closing date: 31 August 2022 at 11.59 pm.
Are you committed to helping us regulate health and social care within England?
When thinking about what drives you every day in your job, what keeps you motivated and passionate about your work, what comes to mind? For 3000+ people at the CQC, we end each day knowing that we have made a difference to the lives of those most in need in our communities. We make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and encourage care services to improve. We are looking for people who are caring, demonstrate integrity and work well as part of a team to join with us and share in this sense of achievement. If you would like to help us make a positive impact to health and social care within England, then read on.
Why this could be a great role for you…
IR(ME)R stands for Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations. An exciting opportunity for an IR(ME)R Manager has arisen within our National Operations Directorate. The role is responsible for managing a team of specialist inspectors carrying out inspections under IR(ME)R 2017 and acting as a lead specialist within CQC in discharging the Commission’s responsibility under IR(ME)R 2017 as the “enforcing authority” for England. You will be required to work flexibly as part of a team and undertake other tasks as required.
This is a national role and will require travel throughout England.
What you will bring…
You will have a degree in Diagnostic or Therapeutic Radiography or equivalent; or be a clinical scientist with medical physics training with more than 5 years post graduate experience and more than 2 years’ experience in regulation or quality assessment of IR(ME)R relevant services.
You will need to have a current HCPC registration. You’ll have experience in radiation protection either as part of radiotherapy, nuclear medicine, or diagnostic modalities. You will have a sound knowledge of the IR(ME)R regulations and the application to clinical practice including risk awareness associated with the practice.
Essential Skills and Experience:
Please note this role is subject to a satisfactory DBS check
31 August 2022
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