The Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme (SSNAP) is a major national healthcare quality improvement programme based in the School of Population Health and Environmental Studies at King's College London. SSNAP measures the quality and organisation of stroke care in the NHS and is the single source of stroke data in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland.
The SSNAP programme manager is central to the growth and sustainability of the audit and will be the driving force in recruiting and maintaining participation for the core and organisational aspects of the SSNAP audit. The role will require a confident individual who is able to negotiate with key national stakeholders, collecting data and ensuring buy-in from busy clinicians at a time when they are facing clinical and financial pressures.
The ideal candidate will have proven experience managing complex projects in a fast paced, multi stakeholder environment and will have the ability to build on the success of the initial phase of the audit while ensuring that the core elements continue to work to time and budget.