Quality and Safety Graduate Programme
Not all health and social care graduates make a difference caring for individual patients… Some make an even bigger difference. HCI makes use of the skills that you have learned in improving patient safety at organisational levels.
HCI is Ireland’s leading professional services provider of patient safety, regulatory compliance, and quality improvement intelligence and support to health and social care organisations.
About the Quality and Safety Graduate Programme
HCI has an inhouse specific graduate development and training programme which focuses on developing your skills in areas such as:
- Clinical Governance
- International Patient Safety Goals
- Healthcare Regulatory and Accreditation Standards
- Quality Management Information Systems
- Key Performance Indicators and Data Monitoring
- Care Planning
- Care Resource Management
- Medication Management
- Infection Prevention and Control
- Management of Investigations and Serious Incident Reviews
- Quality of Care Audits
- Technical Report Writing
Working with the Director of Quality and Safety, and a team of Quality and Safety Specialists, the graduate role shall include development, implementation and support of practical quality and safety management systems within healthcare organisations. You will get a breadth of experience, engaging with senior healthcare managers, rotating across all sectors, including:
- Acute Care Hospitals
- Residential Care for Older People
- Disability Services
- Home and Community Care
- Regulatory and Professional Bodies
- A primary degree in a healthcare, or social care, discipline
- A primary degree in quality or risk management
- A desire to improve healthcare
- Strong administrative and organisational skills
- Strong analytical and report-writing skills
- Excellent communication and inter-personal skills
- Excellent IT skills
- Full clean Driving License and own car
Location and Travel
You will be required to travel to various areas of Ireland and the UK in the fulfilment of your duties. This position is Dublin based. HCI offices are located in Sandyford, Dublin 18.
What’s in it for you?
Training & Development
HCI offers exceptional development and career progression opportunities. We will invest in your development from your first day and ensure you have all the training you need to fulfil your role and develop.
We provide a structured induction programme. You will receive mentorship from some of leading experts in Quality and Safety in Healthcare.
We encourage and facilitate our graduate employees to consistently develop their skills through frequent training sessions. This is a mixture of shadowing and online training.
At HCI, we support all individuals to progress their career. Your line manager will work with you to plan your career, training and professional development to provide guidance to you on progressing your career.
Rewards and Benefits
HCI offers an attractive rewards package, in addition to your starting salary, which includes:
- Generous annual leave allowance and your birthday off
- External studies support and study leave
- Private healthcare after 2 years
- Pension after 3 years
- Free parking
If you are interested in this graduate programme, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact 01 629 2559 for further details.