Find out about the latest roles with GIRFT:
Closing date for applications (now extended): Sunday 5th November 2017
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Are you an experienced senior clinician working as a doctor, nurse or allied health professional with a passion to reduce clinical variation and credibility to work across a wide range specialties within your local area as a GIRFT Clinical Ambassador?
The GIRFT programme is helping to improve the quality of care within the NHS by reducing unwarranted variations, improving patient outcomes and safety and delivering efficiencies and cost savings.
The programme is currently expanding from the original orthopaedic workstream and 11 surgical specialties to a total of 35 Specialties. Local teams are being established to support implementation, with clinical and project delivery leads who will support trusts, commissioners and STPs to build and deliver implementation plans. These plans will reflect:
- Variations highlighted in Trusts’ data
- Improvement priorities from Clinical Lead visits
- Recommendations from each GIRFT National Report
The Clinical Ambassador role will be integral to the local implementation of GIRFT, working 88 days a year as part of the local hub team.
More information and details of how to express an interest in a secondment are included in the candidate information pack.
Expressions of interest to be received no later than Sunday 5th November (extended deadline).
Please note, interested applicants will be asked to attend a short interview in central London on Tuesday 5th December 2017.
We are currently recruiting to our hub teams based across England. For more information and to apply for any of the following roles, please click the job title to take you to NHS Jobs.
Implementation Managers Band 8a
South West-Exeter/Taunton/Bristol-closing date 15th November
East Midlands– Cambridge
Hub Information Managers Band 7
South West closing date 22nd November
Hub Administrator Band 5