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HSIB is situated at Cody Technology Park, a unique private campus 10 minutes from Farnborough town centre and 40 minutes by train from Waterloo. It is a superb spacious working location with ample parking, a subsidised restaurant, café, nursery, gym and landscaped gardens to enjoy.
Our staff are offered a range of benefits including generous annual leave entitlement, competitive salaries, work-life balance, flexible working, season ticket loans, NHS discounts, 24/7 employee assistance, free eye tests and learning and development opportunities.
We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff. Applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.
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- Closing date: 10 Aug 2020
- Salary: NHS Agenda for Change (AfC) Band 8d
- Contract: Full-time, fixed term until 31 March 2021
Please note this post is only open to internal applicants. We are looking for an investigator to join the national investigation team. Our current national investigators are from a range of backgrounds and include clinical professionals, academics, human factors practitioners, and aviation and military accident investigators. We welcome applications from those with experience of safety investigation in the healthcare setting. Reporting to the Principle National Investigator, this is an exciting role for a motivated and substantially experienced investigator. Knowledge of the complexity of the patient safety issues that we are likely to face or expertise in human factors would be advantageous.View info about job
Maternity Subject Matter Advisors
- Closing date: 31 Dec 2020
- Salary: Sessional payment
- Contract: Self-employed
We’re looking for maternity subject matter advisors to work with us on a self-employed consultancy basis from a variety of specialties including obstetrics, neonatology and intensive care. Working closely with our maternity investigation teams, you’ll provide advice in relation to the elements of an investigation that relate to your specialist interest. We’re particularly keen to receive expressions of interest from consultant obstetricians who can offer a minimum of four days of time per month to support the maternity investigation programme. If you’d like to register your interest, please send a CV, covering letter and details of two references to email@example.com.View info about job