The Care Quality Commission Advertises for Job Positions
The Care Quality Commission which regulates health and social care in England is advertising for seven permanent job positions. These positions are advertised on the NHS Jobs website by the commission.
The positions are based at the Care Quality Commission’s Islington HQ in North London. Selected Candidates will report to the Director of Marketing and Communications, Jill Finney. The candidates will be entitled to receive a six-figure salary package. The positions include that of a digital communications content manager and technical web developer and others.
Meanwhile, a patient’s group link has urged the people to protest against the sub-standard care as many people lose their friends and family members because of it. The announcement came soon after a meeting organized by campaign group, Cure. The meeting was attended by 70 campaigners from Cure at the Red Hall Hotel, Ramsbottom, on Thursday.
The campaigners believe that if people will complain about the system regarding their problems, something will be done to ensure that it has been solved. Their identities will be kept protected by the group. The complaints and evidences of the people will could be utilized in improving the standards of NHS.
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