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Group Nurse Manager - OH & Primary Care South East London - £62,000 URGENT

Tribus Consulting Ltd
Little London, UK
Closing date
27 Jan 2021

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Group Clinical Nurse Manager to join my client to lead their well-established nursing and HLA team, working as a member of the senior management team and part of the Group Clinical Governance Team.

In this role, you will be responsible for the nursing strategy and clinical input that supports the Occupational Health, GP and Secondary Care operations and the day-to-day management of the nursing and HLA team.

You will be pivotal in co-ordinating nurse and HLA lead services, product design as well as the daily management and organisation of the Group team.

In this role we will want you to think outside the existing environment and explore ways to maximise efficiency, innovation, and productivity.

You will need to demonstrate leadership skills and have a sound understanding of effective people management and operational practices.


To lead and provide advice, support and clinical guidance to the Occupational Health Nurse Advisors, Nurse's, and HLA's and to act as a professional role model providing strong, facilitative, and effective clinical leadership.

Develop and maintain the delivery of occupational health services in conjunction with the OH Medical Director.

To provide all aspects of nursing care including consultation, advice, education, testing and immunisations where appropriate and in accordance with standing orders and departmental protocols.

To lead the development, update and review of all clinical policies, procedures, and standing orders.

To support and participate in the Groups clinical audit programme and Clinical Governance Framework.
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