Clinical Lead / Deputy Manager required in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, up to £21/hr, 37.5 hours per week
My client requires a dedicated Clinical Lead / Deputy Manager to work within a beautiful nursing home in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. My client offers Dementia Care treatment to Elderly Residents. You will have excellent leadership qualities as will be involved in the management of the staff. You will be responsible for assisting the Home Manager in the day to running of the home.
You will be directly involved with senior management and will be responsible for supervising staff and monitoring patient care. The successful Clinical Lead / Deputy Manager will have excellent clinical leadership skills. The role will offer Days, 37.5 hours per week.
My client offers ongoing training, and has excellent development opportunities for the right candidate.
Clinical Lead / Deputy Manager
Days - 37.5 Hours per week
Cancer Care, Cerebral Palsy, Colitis & Crohn's Disease, Down Syndrome, Epilepsy Head/Brain Injury, Hearing Impairment, Huntington's Disease, Motor Neurone Disease, Multiple Sclerosis
Up to £21/hr
Experience in a senior clinical capacity
Skills and Responsibilities
To liaising with other health care professionals (GP, District nurse, podiatrist, etc
To work closely with the Registered Service Manager in identifying and delivering improvements to both the environment and processes in place.
To write and audit care plans and risk assessments
To order medication and undertake medication audits.
To be part of the management on call rota as required
Flexible working hours
Refer a friend bonus
Excellent, fully funded training
Career progression through their Academy
Cycle to work scheme
Confidential employee advice line
Employee Engagement app
You will need to be a registered nurse with a valid NMC Pin.
To manage the service in the absence of the Registered Service Manager
To support the Registered Service Manager to manage all aspects of the service including staff learning and development and ensuring the team is compliant with mandatory and statutory training.
To provide professional clinical and managerial support to all members of the team.
To ensure all members of the nurse's team receive regular clinical supervision and provide management supervision as required.
To create duty rota and running the shift (Delegate team responsibilities, Manage breaks)
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