Salary – £24,796 – Location Bristol (some travel to London and other regions as required)
Do you have an interest in using data, information and evidence to improve health and social care services – including care homes and NHS hospitals?
The Care Quality Commission is the independent regulator of health and social care services in England. We have a clear purpose to make sure care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high quality care, wherever and whenever they receive it, and to encourage services to improve.
To achieve this, we’re making major changes to how we work. We’re improving the way we listen to what people are saying about services, and radically changing our inspections, with bigger more expert teams who will rate the services so people can better understand our judgement.
We are recruiting numerate graduates who can demonstrate good judgement, aspiration, and the ability to learn in our Intelligence Directorate. We’re looking for people with an analytical mind-set and a demonstrable interest in data and information. If you have, or are expecting, a 2:2 in any degree subject we’d welcome your application.
If successful you’ll be offered a two-year fixed-term contract based within The Intelligence Unit in our Bristol office, with the expectation of some travel. The Intelligence Unit employs up to 300 people across the country and is highly regarded. We offer a competitive starting salary, and benefits include 27 days’ annual leave and enrolment in the NHS pension scheme.
Interviews are taking place in early August and you would be expected to start in the role in October 2014.
For more information please visit our website where more information will be provided there along with a link to the microsite where you can apply .
Closing date: 15 July 2014.