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FMHS Deputy Quality Lead (Maternity Cover)

University of Buckingham - Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

Location: Buckingham
Salary: £44,044
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 29th May 2024
Closes: 9th June 2024
 

LOCATION: Buckingham Campus although some travel will be required to our Local Education Partners

SALARY & HOURS: £44,044, Full time, Fixed Term Contract to May 2025 

The University of Buckingham has a unique atmosphere, unlike that of any other higher educational institution. Despite being the UK’s smallest university and the only independent university to hold a Royal Charter, Buckingham has staff from over 60 countries, making it a truly distinctive work environment.  Whichever of our locations you find yourself working in, you will be sure to feel a part of our friendly community.  Our size enables us to foster a very personalised, supportive, inclusive and collaborative environment.

This is an exciting opportunity to join our fast-growing Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Buckingham. This is a Fixed Term, Maternity Cover role which will give the successful candidate exposure to working as part of a team of academic and professional services staff whilst having the opportunity to engage with our students and external healthcare professionals. You will contribute to the successful running of our Faculty, help maintain our exacting standards, gain new skills, interact with a range of stakeholders and work with an outstanding team of people across our University.

The FMHS Deputy Quality Lead will work in collaboration with the Faculty Strategic Development & Quality Lead to ensure the quality of the Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences (FMHS) programmes are monitored, reviewed and evaluated in a systematic way.

The role will oversee the administrative and operational management of the Quality domain, ensuring day-to-day quality processes and activities are carried out to a high standard, in line with internal, University and sector-wide frameworks.

The post-holder will provide advice and assistance to the faculty on matters of quality assurance and regulatory compliance, ensuring all Professional, regulatory and statutory body requirements are met across the faculty.

The post-holder will also take initiative to drive change and support faculty-wide quality improvement projects, promoting a culture of best practice and a commitment continuous improvement. 

What can we offer you?

We might be small, but we can still offer plenty of perks!  In addition to an Aviva Pension scheme, we offer: 

  • Beautiful working environments across our campuses, with plenty of space
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Christmas closure
  • On-site gym and exercise classes
  • On-site catering facilities
  • University bookshop with staff discount
  • Free on-site parking
  • Excellent opportunities to network and continue learning across a variety of departments
  • Discount of courses for staff and their families 

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Jacqueline O’Dowd at jacqueline.odowd@buckingham.ac.uk

The closing date is 5pm Sunday 9th June 2024 and it is anticipated that interviews will be held w/c 17th June.

Please note: if successful, any offer is subject to standard checks, including qualifications, eligibility to work in the UK on a permanent basis and DBS (if applicable)

For further information and details of how to apply, please visit our website via the 'Apply' button above.

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