Clinical Lead

Recruiter
Time Recruitment
Location
Birmingham
Posted
16 May 2018
Closes
22 Jun 2018
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Clinical Lead
£34,532 - £37,734 per annum DEO (£15.81 - £17.27 per hour + Annual Increments
Kings Heath, Birmingham
Hours: 42, Days, Mixture of Clinical & Supernumerary

Clinical Lead required for a specialist nurse-led provider who specialise in providing care for those with complex needs by delivering clinical excellence, we are leading the search for a Clinical Lead to join the new service it openly opened its doors last year, it has all the latest modern equipment and technology. As a Clinical Lead, you will play an important role in the daily running of the service.

Their service is a 30 bedded home which is split into 3 individual units, 10 beds per unit catering for those with a severe physical disability, Huntington's disease and acquired brain injuries.

The units in the facility are 10 beds per unit to ensure one to one patient-centric care is given and regular assessment can be completed accordingly.

The company initially started as a training provider, so as you can imagine it is conducted to an extremely high level, it will consist of 2 weeks classroom based then you will work closely with another nurse under clinical supervision.

As the Clinical Lead, your duties include:
- Make sure you are around for any issues or insights that may arise
- Have an excellent supportive management approach
- Leading your team and taking charge of all care activity
- To ensure clinical practice is being adhered to
- Maintaining accurate records whilst delivering high care standards
- Assessing the physical, mental and social needs of all residents
- Overseeing junior staff within the unit, mentoring and training
- Assessments and Pre Assessments
- Ensuring service delivery and safety of the unit
- Liaising with medical professionals and family members
- Overseeing unit management and ensuring correct legislation and procedure is followed
- Meeting with CQC representatives when required

You will be continued to be supported and monitored over a 13 week period after your classroom-based training working closely with the Deputy Manager and Home Manager. With clinical trainers on site completing training in safeguarding, NAPPI, quality improvement, mental capacity, NG/Enteral feeding and tracheostomy care where these skills are required.

APPLY below or contact Larissa at Time Recruitment for more information!

This position would be suitable for, Clinical Lead, Senior Nurse, Staff Nurse, RGN, RMN, RNLD, Registered General Nurse, Registered Mental Health Nurse, Learning Disability Nurse, Agency Nurse, Charge Nurse, Unit Manager, Lead Nurse, Night Nurse, or Community Nurse.

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