As a Deputy Manager, are you tired of being a glorified nurse with just a fancy title, starved of supernumerary hours to make a real impact?
Of course leading by example on the floor, offering your clinical expertise is crucial to the success of any Deputy Manager, but could things be different?
My client understands the importance of supernumerary hours and the benefit it has not only to the Home Manager, but staff and residents, especially in these unprecedented times.
That's why this particular role is unique, as there are plenty of supernumerary hours available so that you can make a real difference.
You will benefit from working within a well-established team with good staffing ratios and alongside an experienced dedicated manager who you are bound to learn plenty from.
If you are an experienced Deputy Manager, or an experienced nurse that has aspirations of becoming a Deputy Manager and are reading this and want more information, call in confidence or apply with a CV.
I look forward to hearing from you......yes you.
Requirements for this position
To be considered for that Deputy Manager position you will have to be a qualified nurse with an active PIN and strong clinical skills