Part Time Compliance Analyst

Our client, within the medical industry and established for almost 20 years, is looking for a part time Compliance Analyst (hours to be flexible) to undertake a variety of duties, including supporting the clinical governance and quality assurance within the business.Key Duties:• Assisting with diary management• Implementing the Health & Safety requirements• Maintenance of the electronic database/spreadsheets, as well as ensuring forms and process versions are up to date, including events, complaints and other reporting compliance systems, as directed• Ensuring all learning events are uploaded to the appropriate spreadsheets and following up reporting in the required agenda for discussions• Assisting in managing offsite bookings, ensuring risk assessments are in place and all requirements noted from clients• Using adobe software to update documents as directed• Uploading of policies/documentation as directed and following up the reporting of staff members to ensure compliance• Assisting the director in the UKAS management process and reporting/ensuring all data is reported to the PHE daily• Assisting in the collection of data for clinical audits/administrative audits as requested• Following up documents and editing for ratification of processes/policies• Assisting in the management of Smart Survey to ensure quality feedback from staff/patients• Providing administrative support for the PGD process and other governance documentation• Managing feedback responses daily• Organising/scheduling the MAC meetings and following up actions as directed• Undertaking regular audits/risk assessments as directed across the business• Ensuring all compliance requirements are up to date, including policies and training requirements, as well as the completion of minor incident spreadsheets as required• Maintaining the training/development database• Liaising with operations to organise details for guest trainers/training sessions to be held on-site, considering a safety assessment during COVID• Setting up new staff on to the training platform• Assisting with other activities relating to training and development when requested• Playing an active role in answering the telephones, responding and dealing with queries• Any other ad-hoc duties that may ariseSpecial requirements include:• Educational achievement to at least GCSE (or equivalent), including English Language and Maths• Computer literate with the ability to use a range of software programmes, including Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook• Ability to learn new IT software quickly (with training)• Excellent organisational/interpersonal skills• A clear understanding of the importance of creating a safe environment• Ability to prioritise workload and manage time• Ability to work effectively with others, exercising good initiative and judgement• Excellent numeracy skills and communication skills (both verbally and written)• Self-motivated with a flexible approach• Excellent accuracy and attention to detail£22K-£24K (D.O.E.) Pro-RataWorking Hours : Part Time (Hours to be flexible)