Hartlepool, Durham, England
My client is looking for a Clinical Manager to join their large organisation within the Hartlepool area. You must have a valid pin. You must also have your own transport as this position requires you to work out in the community.
As a Clinical Manager you will report to the Managing Director and plan and provide skilled and patient care that meets the health and social care needs of the people they support; liaising with other members of the healthcare team as appropriate. The Clinical Manager will be motivated and innovative with strong leadership , management and communication skills to ensure that the care delivered is safe effective and reliable . The Clinical Manager will also assist as part of the wider team in the development and delivery of our complex care services. Working with people of differing ages and with a variety of clinical needs assess, plan, implement and evaluate evidence-based, person centred care; delegate safely and appropriately and supervises team members; carry out and supervise clinical nursing procedures; collaborate with professionals across agencies and sectors; provides line management for nurses and carers and support staff ; plans and delivers education and teaching for staff and carers.
Take full accountability for management of a clinical case load in the community setting. To Manage and support the teams of Health care Assistants for each person we support to ensure safe and effective delivery of a comprehensive complex care service. To train staff on clinical and delegated nursing tasks , support and motivate team members. To, organise and prioritise workload of the team by working alongside the care coordinator for each area . To identify, plan and manage the levels of staffing required using available resources to best meet the needs of the people we support. To provide back up and “ Buddy” support for your clinical team colleagues To assess, plan, implement and regularly evaluate the clients’ holistic care in partnership with the multidisciplinary team, ensuring that the documentation is maintained and updated. To maintain accurate and contemporaneous records in line with local policies and NMC guidelines. To develop training plans for each person we support and undertake competency training for individual staff members as required. To identify the training needs of staff in each service and direct, coordinate and supervise the development of their competency and professional skills through teaching, mentoring and support. To promote the development of team members by identifying their training and development needs, facilitate self-appraisal and provide performance review. To undertake clinical audits and be involved in developing and leading service improvements. Provide Clinical Supervision on a regular basis to designated staff members. Conform to NMC requirements by keeping up to date with current trends and developments in nursing and to demonstrate evidence of such. To ensure nursing practice is in accordance with the NMC Codes of Conducts Maintaining a flexible working pattern to meet the needs of the business. This means that you will be asked to work a more flexible shift pattern so that we can maintain delivery of our services in the evenings or at weekends. To be involved in recruitment and selection of staff. To be aware of the Disciplinary and Sickness Absence Policies and follow process in managing team. To ensure that the team works within any contractual obligations. Participate in clinical governance and risk management procedures in line with Voyage Care policies and guidelines. To be aware of the Voyage Care Complaints Policy and be able to take appropriate action and implement and undertake investigations as per process. Participate in a shared on call rota alongside coordination staff.
If you are interested in this position and require further information, call Kim Wallace on Apply
- £ 32,000 - 34,000 Per year
- Full time
- Job Level
Posted 2 Oct 2017
Closes 2 Nov 2017
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