Our Resident Inspectors help us to review key service areas, how services are delivered in practice and make recommendations for improvement.
Becoming a Resident Inspector requires a higher level of commitment than some of our other resident involvement roles.
- you need to be able travel outside your local area
- you need basic report writing and IT skills
- you need to be able to communicate well with others
You’ll be expected to carry out two quality reviews each year and these take approximately three days to complete. A member of our Operational Support team will accompany you on any field work visits.
You'll also need to attend a one-day training course at the start of the programme before we send you regular updates.
Any expenses you incur in your role as a Resident Inspector will be reimbursed, such as childcare and travel expenses.