CQC recruit 200 inspectors for 2013-14

For the second year running the Care Quality Commission is recruiting 200 social care professionals to help it deliver its programme of inspections. Eighty have already been identified from the pool of people recruited last year.
 
Bank inspectors will be contracted to support the delivery of the 2013-14 inspection programme which we will deliver over 39,000 scheduled inspections – more than ever before.  
 
The inspectors will be working under the direction of permanent CQC staff and will receive training in inspecting, making judgements and report writing, as well as how to deal with whistle blowers and safeguarding issues.
 
Candidates will have to have extensive skills and experience in the health and social care field to be able to ensure that essential standards of quality and safety are met by providers and that the quality of care and support to service users is improved.

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