Clinical Manager Elderly
This is a rewarding role for a registered nurse with extended clinical skills, in return you will be provided with ongoing training and development opportunities.
As a Clinical Manager your role will involve:
Responsible for the health and social care needs of all service users within the Home
-Ensure that Gold Standard Framework in Care Homes principles are followed and practice sustained
-Responsible for the complete care of residents, meeting their health requirements through adoption of a holistic approach
-Responsible for the effective management of the facilities services within the Home
-To adhere to, and put into practice, all company policies and procedures, as and when appropriate.
-To participate in day and night-time audits of the Care Centre, and report any areas of concern in a timely fashion
-To effectively manage and work within the allocated budget
-To implement a program of social and leisure activities, in partnership with the service users, which accurately reflects their wishes and choices
-To ensure that all staff are involved with the service of meals enabling protected meal times as per company policy
-Ensure staff are rostered, taking into consideration the skill-mix, to achieve a maximum staff performance and high quality care.
-To provide support and advice to all subordinate staff, within the Home, through effective leadership
-To take 24 hour responsibility for the Home, and to delegate responsibility during periods of absence; including on-call
-To conduct oneself as a professional role model, through behaviour, communication skills, appearance and standards of personal hygiene, at all times
-Responsible for undertaking care plan audits, medication audits, weekend and night practice audits and other clinical audits to ensure best practices are always followed.
-To deal with safeguarding issues, complaints and concerns as per home's policies and procedures and within a stipulated time frame.
-To initiate performance management and disciplinary procedures as per company policy.
-To work closely with the home manager and staff development manager to ensure all staff are fit for the provision of expected care.
-To perform any other reasonable duties as may be required
-Must be RGN or RMN Qualified and hold a current NMC PIN
-Train the Trainer Qualification advantageous
-Must be able to lead and supervise a team of care staff
-Must have previous supervisory/management experience
-Must have at least 2 years experience working within a Dementia Service or managing an EMI unit
-You will have a passion for wanting to continually improve the level of service and maintain this.
-Dedicated to the care of elderly and enjoy working within a residential / nursing environment.
Interested? Then send us your CV and we will consider you for the first round of interviews
Coburg Banks Health and Social Care specialise in recruiting Care Managers, Care Co-ordinators and Senior Carers within Residential care, Domiciliary care, Supported living and Nursing across the UK. We would welcome the opportunity to help you in your career, so please send a copy of your CV into us. If you know of other people who are currently looking for a new career within the Health and Care Sector please refer them to us.