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Clinical Team Leader (RMN / RNLD) MIPD

Employer
Cygnet Health Care
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
8 Dec 2021

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Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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We are looking for a confident Clinical Team Leader (CTL) who can inspire, support and oversee the delivery of the very best care.

You'll be working 37.5 hours a week Upper East at Cygnet Bury.

Upper East and East Hampton are our low secure services for men with mental illness, and both support men experiencing complex mental illness and/or personality disorder.

The services accept direct admissions from the community, from rehabilitation or acute services and from prison, however many people step down through the internal care pathway from the medium secure services offered at Cygnet Hospital Bury.

Apply now to enjoy excellent career prospects while reaping the rewards of making a difference to others - every day.

Your day-to-day...
  • Take lead responsibility in undertaking regular care audits
  • Provide clinical leadership, coaching & mentoring for the development of services
  • Maintain excellence through clinical practice development & quality improvement
  • Be responsible for a planned programme of support across your area of focus as determined by the annual plan for Quality and Compliance
  • Be an active member of clinical working committees relevant to role
  • Attend all training and engage in CPD to further knowledge & promote nursing
  • Under NMC guidelines, ensure that individual care plans are complete & maintained
  • Administer medicines within healthcare procedure and Healthcare Commission guidelines

Why Cygnet? We'll offer you...
  • NHS & employee discount scheme
  • 50% NMC registration renewal paid by Cygnet
  • Free meals on duty
  • Free parking
  • RCNi membership
  • Bespoke career pathways
  • Plus much more

You...

An experienced RMN or RNLD with a current Pin Number, you'll have...

Essential:
  • At least two years' experience
  • The ability to maintain documentation, undertake audits & demonstrate integrity in your role
  • A good understanding of the latest nursing practices
  • A commitment to patient recovery in order to effectively monitor, manage & reduce risk
  • Compassion, resilience & a dedication to empower & support service user independence

Desirable:
  • The ability to deputise in a Manager role
  • An interest in leadership, research & assessment

** Due to recent legislation, any person entering our care homes after November 11th 2021, are required to be double vaccinated against COVID 19 before entering our residential sites, unless they can show a genuine medical exemption.**
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