Quality Lead – Cancer Services (Home-based)

10 May 2021

Nuffield Health is Britain’s largest healthcare charity. Join our Clinical Directorate team as Quality Lead, Cancer Services and play your part in our success.

You will love your career at Nuffield Health. Our unique approach to connected healthcare brings great advantages to our members and patients. It also creates amazing opportunities for you to find professional fulfilment.

We put our patients, customers and colleagues at the heart of everything we do.

Our values are at the heart of a workplace where people can flourish, feeling energised, involved and inspired. Where, united as One Nuffield Health, we all have a part to play in making a lasting difference to the nation’s health. A place where, no matter what our role, we focus on pioneering better ways of working to create personalised healthcare experiences. And where everyone shares a passion for doing the right thing, for our patients, our customers and each other.

 Some features of this exciting role:

You will champion Nuffield Health’s Purpose by helping individuals achieve the level of health and wellbeing they aspire to, through exceptional care delivery. As a member of the national clinical leadership team, your responsibilities will include:

  • Delivering care that is patient-centred, evidence based, brand defining and innovative, delivered by a strong performing team of talented, well-trained, motivated, thoughtful and compassionate individuals.
  • Introducing new and growing existing cancer services safely and effectively.
  • Lead Quality Assurance activities to monitor and sustain all regulatory requirements and adherence to best practice standards & guidelines.
  • Remaining straightforward, lean and reliable in our operational delivery and governance.
  • Building a high performing virtual team within our oncology service delivery network.


What we’d be looking for from you...

To successfully perform the Quality Lead role, you’ll bring specialist expertise and leadership to our Cancer Services and demonstrate:-,

  • A service improvement mind-set
  • Strong clinical leadership to inspire, motivate and nurture others to achieve their potential.
  • Resilience and the ability to work under pressure, set priorities, complete tasks and meet deadlines
  • Ability to manage own workload flexibly and other’s time and workload effectively
  •  Excellent communication skills and collaboration with clinical and non-clinical colleagues and stakeholders, with a demonstrative ability to influence others and negotiate.
  • Ability to analyse, synthesise and interpret data at an operational level.

To apply for this fantastic opportunity please submit your CV with your online application form.

Contact website address:  https://www.nuffieldhealthcareers.com/jobs/job-details/?id=800000031311


This role will be predominantly one of remote working, however, will require frequent travel nationwide and specifically to our new facility at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in Central London.

The Benefits

In return, we offer a working environment that will help you grow your skills and experience and get the best out of life. Other benefits include 25 days’ annual holiday (increasing with service), gym membership, private healthcare and a range of lifestyle and financial wellbeing benefits. www.nuffieldhealth.com/mybenefits.

Be your best and join us in building a healthier nation.

Salary – Competitive

Closing Date – 10th May