*This position is now closed for applications.* We are recruiting for a Data Coordinator - Clinical Audits

We provide high quality information to critical care and in-hospital resuscitation teams through our National Audit Programme and Clinical Trials Unit. Join our team as a Data Coordinator for clinical audits.


We aim to improve the quality of are given to the sickest patients in hospitals, through the provision of high quality information to those working in both critical care and in-hospital resuscitation teams. We do this through our comparative national clinical audits and our fully registered Clinical Trials Unit. 

This is an exciting opportunity to bring your experience and skills to manage and support critical care units / hospitals cross the UK that participate in the collection and validation of patient data.

DATA COORDINATOR - CLINICAL AUDIT
SALARY: £ 26,000 PA plus benefits
CONTRACT: FULL-TIME PERMANENT
LOCATION: LONDON, FLEXIBLE WORKING AVAILABLE

Our National Audit Programme plays an important role in measuring and reporting on the quality of care provided by participating hospitals and critical care units. The data collected as part of our audits are an invaluable resource for further audit and research. 

Our two main national clinical comparative audits are the Case Mix Programme (CMP) and the National Cardiac Arrest Audit (NCAA). The CMP audits 100% of all adult general Critical Care Units in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, whilst NCAA audits in-hospital cardiac arrest teams in the UK and Ireland.

In this role you will:
• work with specified datasets to ensure high quality data is collected and submitted to our audits;
• develop and maintain positive relationships with units/hospitals and colleagues;
• ensure milestones and targets are achieved by managing your workload effectively;
• work well in a team;
• be a strong communicator with excellent customer service skills.

Find out more about this role and how to apply on our Careers website: https://careers.icnarc.org/

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