We believe everyone who has survived a cardiac arrest should get the support they need to return to a quality of life that enables them to maintain choice and independence where possible.
Resuscitation Council UK is undertaking an important programme of work to improve the support provided to survivors of cardiac arrest. One of the first steps in this programme of work and a key deliverable for the Clinical Lead - Survivors will be to gather evidence to develop a Quality Standard.
This role is ideally suited either to a registered healthcare professional with a background in rehabilitation, cardiac rehabilitation or another related speciality or to an experienced healthcare manager with experience of developing healthcare services. You may already have an expert knowledge of the services offered to those who have had a cardiac arrest or the skills to develop that understanding quickly.
We are looking for a strong team player, who is used to working with multi-disciplinary teams and who understands the importance of working with stakeholders to work across the four nations to embed practice, and plan and implement a programme of change.
On a day-to-day basis, you will work with clinical colleagues and our engagement and influencing team to lead the programme of work in a joined-up way. You will also keep the Community, Ambulance and Resuscitation (CARe) Subcommittee updated with the work. You will care about inclusivity and ensure that this underpins the work.
This role, which is new to the organisation, will sit within the Clinical and Service Development Department. The postholder will report directly to the Director of Clinical and Service Development.
We are committed to flexible approaches to working. We have a strong commitment to inclusion and diversity and will provide reasonable adjustments internally and support Access to Work applications if you require this.
Download the application pack to learn more about the role.