Quality Improvement Project Officer – RCVS Knowledge, London

Do you want to help improve the care animals receive on a national scale? Are you passionate about improving the working experience of veterinary teams? Are you organised, detail-oriented, and enthusiastic? Are you a great communicator who is highly supportive and caring for the teams that you work with?We are looking for an RVN to join our friendly, forward-thinking, team.At RCVS Knowledge, our mission is to advance the quality of veterinary care for the benefit of animals, the public, and society. We champion Quality Improvement and the use of evidence-based veterinary medicine in veterinary practice. We provide practical tools, resources, and education to the veterinary professions.Working closely with our Quality Improvement team, this is a role in our growing charity that provides a great opportunity to make a real difference to support thousands of dedicated veterinary teams to continuously improve the quality of care they deliver, for millions of animals.Type of employment: Full time, permanent.

Location: London-based in due course, but with some flexibility.

Reporting to: Head of Quality Improvement

Job level: Implement

Salary: £28,000 with the option to use 2-days a month to maintain practice-based clinical experience (own arrangements to be made). This should be on a flexible basis depending on the needs of the RCVS Knowledge role.

Other benefits: Annual RCVS registration fees paid. Annual BVNA membership fees paid. CPD allowance. Up to 12% monthly pension employer contribution. Private health cover. Usual working week of 33.75 hours. Season ticket loans. Flexible working. Access to Babylon (online healthcare provider). 25 days holiday, an extra gratia day, and loyalty days. £250 wellbeing allowance. Permanent health insurance. Life assurance contributions, and more.

Deadline for applications: 30 June 2021 – however, we will hold interviews as we receive applications. We reserve the right to close the call for applications early (so please apply as soon as you can).

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