Clinical Support Manager - North West
Clinical Support Manager covering the North West of England.
(Home based but regular regional travel will be required)
Full Time – Salary up to £40,000
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Clinical Support Manager to join a highly reputable, established and rapidly expanding Domiciliary Business.
You will be working very closely with Regional Directors, Managers and the branch network to support the clinical risk management systems and processes across the operating companies of City and County Healthcare.
The ideal candidate will be from a clinical background (Nurse, Physio, Occupational Therapist) and have experience of providing care within the community. It is not essential to hold current registration with a governing body.
If you are passionate about providing the best in community care, thrive on developing others, take pride in compliance and want to be part of one of the UK’s most exciting businesses within Domiciliary Care, who are going from strength to strength focusing on their growth and quality of care, then this role is for you.
As a Clinical Support Manager your role will include the following duties:
- Support the group Quality and Governance Director in the development of clinical risk management strategies in line with regulation, clinical governance and best practice
- Support the Quality and Governance Director in identifying current practices that are either non-compliant with procedures or best practice through clinical audit and service interrogation;
- Support branch managers in use and compliance of the organisation’s BRS reporting system and other reporting tools.
- Deliver change management plans to enhance service delivery and oversee group implementation;
- Deliver training and supervision to managers to support the implementation and adoption of new and altered policies and procedures and in particular those of clinical significance;
- Publicising, promoting and ensuring adherence to group policies and procedures in areas of clinical risk;
- Support branch managers in responding to incidents of clinical and operational risk.
- Practice and promote effective, timely communication both within and outside the company;
- Promote anti-discriminatory practice;
- Protect the confidentiality of service users and of the business;
- Have due regard for their own safety and that of others, with reference to the company’s health and safety arrangements;
- Participate in staff development (including supervision), training and performance appraisals as required;
- Promote and fulfil the stated company’s aims and objectives;
- Comply with company policies and procedures as appropriate;
- Participate in any meetings as require
- Provide accurate and timely management reports as required by senior management;
This is a full time permanent position, with a fantastic company who promote within and encourage their staff to reach their full potential. Continuous training and support will be provided, and you will have a fantastic Senior Management Team to work alongside to grow the business and support your own career development.
If this position is for you, please send a CV to register your interest and our Internal Recruitment Team will be in touch.