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Quality Improvement Officer

  • Full time
  • £29,751 – £32,022
  • Aberdeen, Dundee or Glasgow (Hybrid)
  • Closing 26th May 2024

  • Advertised from 10th May 2024
  • Hours Per Week: 39
  • Job reference: 002907


Are you passionate about making a positive impact on people’s lives, with experience in health & social care and a focused drive for quality and continual improvement? If this sounds like you, then this could be the role you have been waiting for!

We have an exciting opportunity for a quality focused individual to join Cornerstone as a Quality Improvement Officer on a full-time, permanent basis.

This role can be based in any of our main offices (Aberdeen, Dundee or Glasgow), or part of our hybrid working model. If opting for hybrid, we would need you to live within a reasonable commute of Aberdeen, Dundee or Glasgow. There will be occasions that we'll need you to travel to other Cornerstone branch locations (travel expenses would be reimbursed as set out in Cornerstone’s expense policy with travel reimbursed by HMRC legislation).

The Role

Cornerstone is one of Scotland's largest charities with over 40 years' experience providing great care and support for adults and children with various support needs across Scotland.

As an integral part of our Continuous Improvement team, you’ll drive positive change across the organisation by providing expert guidance and support on all quality improvement initiatives.

You’ll uphold all legal, regulatory requirements, and standards while promoting a culture of continuous learning whilst driving innovation and improvement.

Please see the Role Profile attached to our advert for a full list of duties and responsibilities.

About You

What we'll need you to bring: -

  • Proven experience of working within the Health & Social Care sector
  • Have confidence in complex situations, using your communication skills to effectively raise concerns and find constructive solutionKnowledge and experience of providing high quality support services in a person-centred environment that empowers individuals to reach their potential
  • A strong understanding of the Health and Social Care Standards, relevant legislation and regulations.
  • The ability to analyse and interpret statistical data
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • A creative, innovative and imaginative approach to tasks and adaptable to change
  • The ability to produce high-quality, accurate work to strict and tight deadlines
  • Effective negotiation and team working skills with the ability to work on your own initiative
  • Good administrative skills
  • A professional care or health qualification

If you’re up for the challenge and think you have what it takes, then apply, we'd love to hear from you.

Have any questions? Contact Gillian McPake, our Head of Continuous Improvement and Leaning at

Shortlisted candidates will be invited along to an interview on 5th or 7th June 2023.

The successful candidate will need to undertake a Standard Disclosure check through Disclosure Scotland.

Application notes

To apply please visit our website

Closing date: 26/05/2024