Clinical Lead/Deputy Manager RN Rushden £16 p/h – Negotiable - Rushden
A small private care home in the Rushden area is currently looking to recruit a nurse qualified (RGN or RMN) Deputy Manager to support the Registered Manager in the clinical management of the home.
You will be joining a CQC compliant service that provides general elderly and dementia nursing care, so prior experience in a similar environment is essential and applicants will meet the following criteria:
Registered with the NMC as either an Adult Nurse or Mental Health Nurse
From a strong background in elderly care, with experience in a leadership position
Possess strong working knowledge of best practices of care, CQC requirements, safeguarding procedures and health and safety legislation
Able to deliver effective clinical leadership with a focus on providing a safe, effective service
As Deputy Care Manager, you will play a key role within the management team of the service, providing effective clinical leadership and line management to the care and nursing teams and working to ensure the highest standards of care are consistently maintained.
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Senior Nurse or Clinical Lead to make the next step in your career, and you will be fully supported in your role.
This is a full-time position, and the home can offer a permanent contract of up to 48 hours per week, and you will be required to work flexible shift patterns including weekends and nights.
Rates of pay are £16 per hour, although this may be negotiable for the right person. A 10% KPI based bonus scheme is also in place.
If you are interested and would like to apply now for this post, please follow the link below.
For more information about this vacancy or any other managerial posts within the Health and Social Care sector, please call Phill Ogden at SYK Recruitment Specialists now on 01535 604940.
Please visit SYK Recruitment Specialists’ website for a full vacancy list of roles from Staff Nurse to Senior Management level in a variety of health and social care settings throughout the UK.