Clinical Professor/Director of Quality

Opening Date:
17 Mar 2014
Closing Date:
13 Apr 2014
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The University of Surrey and CSH Surrey are ambitious and forward-thinking institutions. The University has an international reputation for world-class research and distinctive excellence in teaching and learning. CSH is an award winning not-for-profit co-owned healthcare provider delivering NHS community services to a population of 290,000 people. Both organisations are committed to outstanding clinical leadership and to investing strongly in our research base in healthcare. We wish to recruit a joint post of Clinical Professor and Director of Quality to further collaborations between the two organisations, stimulate new areas of research and business and join CSH Surrey’s Board. As an experienced Clinician, you will bring with you a significant track record in leadership/quality and in clinically focused research demonstrating an ability to attract substantial research income and publish in high impact research journals.

On appointment, by either the University or CSH, you will lead CSH Surrey’s quality and governance agenda and enhance the strong research profile of the University and where appropriate contribute to postgraduate and undergraduate teaching programmes. You will complement our existing strengths and your role in CSH will include the responsibilities of Director of Nursing to deliver safe and compassionate care whilst driving improvements in clinical practice through innovative and internationally acclaimed research.

If you would like to learn more about this rare opportunity and the benefits of working at the University of Surrey and CSH Surrey, please contact Prof Nora Kearney (University of Surrey 01483 682507) or Tricia McGregor MBE (CSH Surrey 020 8394 3840) quoting reference 015514.

To apply visit www.surrey.ac.uk/jobs job reference 015514
or www.jobs.nhs.uk/ job reference is J738-CSH-0012.

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