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Theatre Clinical & Quality Lead


Sanctuary Personnel, a dedicated and award-winning recruitment agency with a TrustPilot score of 4.8/5 and over 500+ reviews is currently looking for an experienced and dedicated Theatre Clinical & Quality Lead to work in London on a full-time basis.

Job Title: Theatre Clinical & Quality Lead

The salary for this permanent Theatre Clinical & Quality Lead job is £54,000 – £56,000 per annum.


• Complimentary lunch.
• 35 days of Annual Leave (inclusive of bank holidays) that increasing with long service.
• Private Healthcare.
• Staff Referral scheme.
• Company pension scheme.
• On-going training and professional development opportunities.
• Season Ticket Loan.
• Help to buy a bike.
• Free Employee Assistance Programme.
• Access to EdenRed and various discount retail vouchers.
• Visa Sponsorship.


Main Duties:

• Utilise your clinical expertise to provide hands-on clinical support to the theatre team, ensuring the highest standards of patient care and safety during surgical procedures.
• Lead initiatives to enhance patient safety, quality improvement, and governance within the Theatre Department, constituting 50% of your role.
• Collaborate closely with our theatre team to cultivate a culture of excellence, teamwork, and efficiency.
• Deputise for the Theatre Manager, ensuring the seamless continuation of theatre services and maintaining our commitment to high standards of safety and quality.

Requirements of the Theatre Clinical & Quality Lead:

• A Bachelor’s degree in a healthcare-related field is required, with a preference for candidates holding a Master’s degree.
• The ideal candidate should be a registered healthcare professional with a background in surgery or a related field, ensuring they have a strong clinical foundation.
• Surgical First Assistant (SFA) Qualification: Essential for this role, the candidate must hold an SFA qualification, demonstrating their ability to provide expert clinical assistance during surgical procedures.
• Extensive experience working within a theatre or surgical setting
• Problem-solving skills are necessary for conducting audits, root cause analyses, and developing quality improvement strategies.

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