Serious Incident Investigator

Recruiter
NHS Professionals
Location
Canterbury
Salary
Up to £10,000
Posted
14 Oct 2020
Closes
19 Oct 2020
Ref
1762597681
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
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We are looking for someone to be a Serious Incident investigator at the Eastern and Coastal Area Office for our Kent & Medway NHS & Social Care Partnership Trust

Kent & Medway NHS & Social Care Partnership Trust is rated as an Outstanding organisation for Caring with an overall rating of Good. They believe in brilliant care through brilliant people.

They work together to help people affected by mental ill health and learning disabilities.

There workforce includes more than 3,200 staff from a range of professions including nursing, occupational therapy, and psychiatry plus they provide a number of specialist services.

Would you like to be part of a Trust that value, recognise and celebrate staff members? Who work as a team to provide a high-level service? If yes, Kent & Medway NHS & Social Care Partnership Trust is the place for you.

We have long term placement opportunities available for a Serious Incident investigator available at the Eastern and Coastal Area Office for our Kent & Medway NHS & Social Care Partnership Trust

Job Description

We are the patient safety team working for the corporate care group at KMPT.

We are looking at the options to recruit an agency staff member to support the completion of serious incident investigations.

This role is a Serious Incident investigator role and would be considered a specialist role.

MUST HAVE:

The candidate would need to be recently trained (within the last 12 months) in Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and have experience of investigating serious incidents in health care.

The individual must be able to write and produce reports to a high quality.

A working knowledge of the RIO clinical records system is required and knowledge of KMPT would be a huge advantage.

It would be of benefit if the individual has experience and understanding of Human Factors, Duty of Candour and mental health services.

This role can be carried out by someone in an admin/clerical role assuming the individual has the relevant RCA investigation experience.