Clinical Service Manager – Leeds – £35K - Leeds

Recruiter
Amber Mace
Location
Leeds
Salary
£35,000/Year
Posted
02 Dec 2017
Closes
08 Dec 2017
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Benefits:
•£35k

•You will be given every opportunity to increase this salary through training and development
•Cycle to Work Scheme

•Child care vouchers
•Refer a friend scheme

•Cash Plan discounts

•DBS Check

•Cover the cost of NMC registration

•Comprehensive induction and on-going training and development

•Competitive staff benefits such as weekly offers and discounts

•Hot meal provided on a 12 hour shift

•Uniform provided

•Pension and Life Assurance scheme available
•28 days annual leave

•Recognition schemes including personal bests and annual National Care Home Awards

•A health benefit including a confidential hotline to discuss work or home related concerns with professional advisor’s, access to free physiotherapy and discounted gym membership, free flu vaccine and discounts on the company’s dental services


Amber Mace are currently recruiting a Clinical Service Manager for an elderly/dementia home in Leeds. The service provides care for elderly residents, some of whom may be living with dementia or a physical disability.
As Clinical Service Manager, you will be directly involved in the health and well-being of all patients, as well as updating care plans, administering medication and supervising the nursing team. You will be responsible for all nursing care within the service, and be an authoritative and knowledgeable presence in the home.


This is an excellent opportunity to work for a well-respected provider which can offer both personal and professional development.


The Role:

•To actively participate with the multidisciplinary team in formulating care plans and utilising appropriate assessments

•Administering drugs and checking preparations in accordance with company policy and procedures and NMC guidelines

•Providing assistance and clinical leadership in the induction/development and supervision of new and junior staff

•Regularly reviewing risk factors and working in conjunction with other health professionals to modify care plans as appropriate
•Liaising effectively with all actively involved in the care process, including carers, nurses and relatives, aspiring to provide an effective, seamless and integrated service to patients/residents

•Develop relationships with key members of the community, to help raise the home’s profile and brand
•Creating and managing staff rotas