Birmingham, West Midlands, England
I am working on behalf of a reputable domiciliary care service provider that due to expansion requires an experienced Clinical lead nurse to train and support carers and nurses for their Birmingham branch.
This company is an independent and dedicated care provider which specialises in providing personalised home-based support, rehabilitation and personal care services for people with acquired brain injuries, elderly needs, complex conditions, learning disabilities, mental illness and other social or health needs. By putting people at the centre of everything we do, our care is entirely bespoke. We strive to increase the independence, freedom and choice of the people who need our support. Independent home care provider offering home care services including live-in care. The agency's home care assistants deliver care and support to individuals who wish to remain in their own homes. Their aim is to improve an individual's quality of life, enabling them to live a life that is as fulfilling and functional as possible according to their own values and aspirations, whilst ensuring their health and wellbeing. With an honest, reliable and trustworthy approach they support clients living in the community, as well as clients and teams in secure services, providing both temporary and permanent staffing solutions.
The Branch/The role:
This particular branch is a well-established one. They are friendly, passionate and are continually growing and expanding and are dedicated to providing high quality care to a wide range of clients. As a clinical lead Nurse you will train and support 90 carers and nurses delivering around 2000 hours of care per week. Maintaining the highest quality of care is paramount and providing an excellent service whilst hitting targets is essential of the role. The role is a full-time role with around 37.5 hours of work per week with some on call duties.
You will be a strong and experienced Clinical nurse with, ideally, a proven successful track record within the care sector. Able to demonstrate the ability to train others in the care sector and provide support and leadership to a large care and nursing force. You will be a resilient individual who can multi task, have excellent problem-solving abilities and to be able to lead with a positive and forward-thinking attitude. Ideally you will have faced lots of difficult situations in the care industry and proven to have come through these situations with positive outcomes, all whilst maintaining a empathetic approach to all individuals.
In return, you will work for a company which values its employees, offers an excellent salary with good salary improvement schemes, future progression opportunities, superb support and training and provides a forward-thinking approach to domiciliary care.
Up to £35,000 DOE
As part of our continual pursuit of quality candidates we appreciate and reward candidate recommendations from you if we successfully secure them a position. We will reward you with £200 if you recommend a new candidate to us who is not already registered and we secure them a role for a minimum of 1 month. So, if this position is not for you but you know someone who might be interested why not earn a bit of cash anyway!
- £ 35000 - 35000 Per year
- Full time
- Job Level
- Deputy Manager / Senior Staff
Posted 11 Oct 2017
Closes 10 Nov 2017
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