Clinical Risk Manager
Are you a Clinical Risk Manager looking to further develop your career?
If you want to carve out your career in a highly supportive hospital, renowned for its positive culture and long serving staff, we are waiting to hear from you.
Medforce Recruitment are recruiting a to join a Hospital, located in North Dublin.
Role: Permanent, full-time 35 hours a week, 30 days annual leave per year.
Employment Package: This hospital will look after you with an excellent benefit package, public pension scheme, Excellent staff engagement.
Salary: As per HSE Pay scale €55,000 – €66,000 per annum.
Outline of Duties and Responsibilities
The Clinical Risk Manager will be responsible for all aspects of Clinical Risk Management across the Hospital including, inter alia, the development, implementation and evaluation of a risk management programme focusing on process improvements that will support the safety of patients, visitors and staff, Risk and Incident Management, and Legal Affairs (Claims Management).
The role of the Clinical Risk Manager includes but is not limited to:
- Developing, implementing, managing, and evaluating a hospital Risk Management Strategy and associated policies/procedures and ensuring continuous quality improvement throughout the hospital.
- In collaboration with the Health and Safety Officer, develop, populate, and assist in the management of the hospital risk register.
- Schedule, perform and assist in risk assessments throughout the hospital, including analysing risks, and identifying, describing, estimating, evaluating, and rating the risks affecting the hospital.
- Working with Hospital Departments to identify appropriate measures to address/ minimise risk within the hospital.
- Ensure that the Quality Manager, Health and Safety Officer and Executive Management Team are made aware of potential risks.
- Ensuring risk data is available for reporting to the Clinical Risk & Clinical Governance Committee on a timely basis or to Board of Directors/ Executive Management Team, as required.
- Fostering a culture of openness, compliance, initiative, and best practice amongst staff in relation to the Hospital’s Risk Management Strategy.
- Assessing training needs and leading on the education, guidance, and support to staff on issues relating to Risk Management initiatives.
- Represent the hospital at the Dublin Hospital Group Risk Management Forum, IEHG and AON Risk Management Groups, and others as requested and provide feedback to relevant hospital committees.
Each candidate must
- Hold a QQI academic award at Level 8 or higher in Risk Management
- Have at least three years’ experience in a Clinical Risk Management role in a hospital or healthcare setting.
- Training Needs Assessments, KPIs, Risk Assessments, presentations and report writing.
- Expert knowledge of risk and incident management systems, tools, techniques, and processes. E.g., root cause analysis, after action reviews
- Knowledge, understanding and application of safety statements, risk assessments, risk registers, reporting, monitoring, and auditing.
- Expertise in preparing for internal and external standards assessments.
- Understanding of the statutory requirements relating to patient safety, risk management, and demonstrate the ability to interpret the law in the context of the organisation.
- Demonstrate theoretical and specialist practical knowledge of relevant National Policies and Strategies in relation to risk management.
- Ability to translate strategic goals into operational plans.
- An understanding of healthcare standards and their application to the healthcare setting.
- Excellent MS Office skills to include Outlook, Teams, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Experience in the creation of professional documents including Corporate Safety Statement, Training Needs Assessments, KPIs, Risk Assessments, presentations and report writing.
- Be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of relevant Irish Law pertaining to all aspects of Patient Services including clinical indemnity.
- Be able to work on own initiative, prioritise and manage several issues simultaneously while demonstrating the ability to maintain attention to detail.
- Be able to anticipate problems and issues and take preventative action to address these.
- Have the ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines.
- Have a high capacity for responsibility and individual initiative that will ultimately contribute to the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the hospital.
- Be highly numeric with strong focus on detail.
- Be an energetic individual with drive and enthusiasm.
- Be able to deal with staff and management at all levels within the Hospital.
To discuss this fantastic role in detail please contact Lana Kane by Phone: 019637070 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this exciting opportunity.