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Patient Safety Education Projects Manager

Band 7

Main area
Patient Safety
Band 7
6 months (Fixed Term/Secondment (initial length of 6 months))
Full time - 37.5 hours per week
Job ref
Southmead Hospital
£38,890 - £44,503 per annum.
Salary period
19/04/2021 23:59

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North Bristol NHS Trust is at a very exciting point, with an ambitious vision to being outstanding for safety and at the forefront of patient safety, learning and experience.  

We would love for you to come and be part of the Patient Safety Team in a secondment or fixed term contract role to bring project management expertise, knowledge and experience to two crucial patient safety educational priorities.

The Patient Safety Education Projects Manager plays a key role in supporting the development and implementation of 2 key patient safety priority areas in North Bristol NHS Trust. These priorities are Clinically Challenging Behaviours and Patient Safety Investigations, both of which have significant educational and developmental needs. A core objective of these projects is to equip staff through educational resources, including training and the use of technology across North Bristol NHS Trust.

NBT’s Patient Safety team is a team with great ambition to bring new thinking to insight, involvement and improvement and this is an opportunity to be part of that. 

You will lead on bringing a systematic, co-ordinated and measurable project management to both priorities to ensure that a sustainable approach to education is achieved. You will have well-developed project management and organisational skills, ideally with a good technical knowledge in patient safety strategy, systems and processes.  

The ideal candidate will be an excellent communicator and team player, with project management experience and highly developed skills in engaging with a wide and varied range of people.

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Debbie Mullin
Email address
Telephone number
0117 41 44555
Additional information

If you would like to discuss this role informally, please contact Debbie Mullin to arrange a time to speak with Christopher Brooks-Daw, Associate Director of Patient Safety: Tel: 0117 41 44555/Email: