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Top job! Business Partner – Quality, Compliance and Improvement

  • Full time
  • £47,098
  • Edinburgh (Currently working remotely from home but will be based in the Edinburgh office when Covid restrictions allow)
  • Closing 24th January 2021

  • Advertised from 14th January 2021
  • Plus Car Allowance


At CrossReach we have been at the forefront of high quality social care for over 150 years. Today, we are one of the largest providers in Scotland, with more than 1,800 staff and 65 services that include counselling, residential care and education. Together we offer support to all those who need a helping hand, so they can live life to the full whatever their circumstances.

In this unique role you’ll be responsible for maintaining and building upon the high quality standards of CrossReach. Championing and influencing quality throughout our organisation, you will manage and lead the Compliance and Improvement team of three, who are responsible for monitoring and measuring performance, supporting organisational development and maintaining our HR systems. Day to day activities will include process redesign to improve systems, taking a lead role in policy reviews and development, and promoting good record management practices.

As well as a relevant degree, diploma or social care qualification, you will have experience of at least two of the following: quality systems, policy development, organisational compliance, HR systems or monitoring performance. Ideally this will have been gained in a social care environment at management level. You will also have a proven commitment to quality and continuous improvement, combined with a positive attitude and good teamworking skills. Equally important, is the ability to communicate effectively and influence change across an organisation.

Application notes

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Closing date for applications: 24th January 2021.

As we do our work in Christ’s name, you are required to have a Christian faith and be able to work within and uphold our Christian Ethos. (This is a requirement under the Equality Act 2010).