We use the combined power of people, data and technology to get to the root cause of elective care pathway inefficiencies; working collaboratively and engaging with all stakeholders to get buy in for change from the ground up. We implement interventions that optimise elective care pathways and provide tools to monitor their effectiveness ensuring that a culture of continuous improvement to drive long term, sustainable change is embedded along the way. We currently have the following vacancies available:

Sales and Marketing Assistant

We are looking for applicants with minimum of 2 years sales experience preferably within a growing organisation. CRM administration and direct sales are essential components along with the drive and desire develop into a business development role in the future.

 

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Managing Consultant – Programme Delivery

This role is for you if you’re interested in being responsible for the delivery of a portfolio of operational improvement programmes with responsibility for senior client-side relationships, quality assurance, consistency and impact and on-sell of future work.

 

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Senior Consultant – Theatre Productivity Subject Matter Expert

The Theatre Productivity Programme SME will work alongside our Delivery and Workstream Leads, across engagements, to help ensure the quality and impact of FEI theatre productivity programmes. They achieve this through effective clinical observation and engagement, the application of in-depth knowledge of operational best practice and the ongoing coaching and development of internal and client teams. You will also be expected to contribute to the evolution of our theatre programmes and the development of the capability of the broader consulting body.

 

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Senior Consultant – Endoscopy Subject Matter Expert

Working alongside Delivery and Workstream Leads across engagements to help ensure the quality and impact of Four Eyes Insight Endoscopy productivity programmes. To achieve this through effective clinical observation and engagement, the application of in-depth knowledge of operational best practice and the ongoing coaching and development of internal (FEI) and client teams. You will also be expected to contribute to the evolution of product offerings and the development of internal consulting staff.

 

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Senior Consultant – Outpatients Subject Matter Expert

Working alongside Delivery and Workstream Leads across engagements to help ensure the quality and impact of Four Eyes Insight Outpatients productivity programmes. To achieve this through effective clinical observation and engagement, the application of in-depth knowledge of operational best practice and the ongoing coaching and development of internal and client teams. You will also be expected to contribute to the evolution of internal offerings and the development of internal consulting staff.

 

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Consultant (Workstream Lead) – Programme Delivery

This consultancy role will be responsible for effective end to end delivery of a programme workstream, from diagnostic and analysis through to successful implementation of a sustainable operational improvement

 

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We have a wealth of NHS expertise

From trained doctors and registered nurses to former chief operating officers (COOs), the 40-strong Four Eyes Insight team has a wealth of NHS expertise which separates us from other, general consultancies.

 

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Multidisciplinary team

Four Eyes Insight offers the opportunity to join a multidisciplinary team that combines clinical and operational expertise to deliver data-driven improvements into the NHS.

Many of our consultants have held NHS roles before joining Four Eyes Insight, giving us a unique view of the operational challenges that need to be resolved. We also welcome those with expertise in other areas of healthcare, and other industries; that can offer transferable knowledge in pursuit of our purpose to optimise care pathways.

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Focus on diversity and inclusion

We are committed to developing a diverse workforce by developing an inclusive culture where everyone thrives.

Our Wellbeing, Inclusion, Diversity and Equality (WIDE) Group is in place to promote an inclusive work environment that enables all individuals to succeed independently of their gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, or any other protected characteristic as defined in the Equality Act (2010). In our recent staff survey – all respondents agreed that Four Eyes is in an inclusive place to work.

Delivering sustainable change
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Data-driven consultancy

Our software underpins everything we do; providing unique and immediate data analysis that can support care pathway optimisation.

The Four Eyes Insight team are focused on business intelligence and analysing data to drive operational decision making.