We are looking to recruit a Clinical Nurse Manager on behalf of a 20 bed Complex Nursing Centre in Rochdale, Lancashire. The Service has recently been rated as Good in all 5 areas with the CQC and caters for adults with mental health needs, neuro-disability and Huntington's.
As Clinical Nurse Manager, you will play a key part in the daily running of the Specialist Care Centre, working closely with the Registered Manager, ensuring that the care provided is of the highest quality.
About the job……
Your role as Clinical Nurse Manager will be to support the Registered Manager in the day to day activities in the Specialist Care Centre, so this means that you will be involved in:
Managing the clinical and care teams
Carrying out pre-admission assessments
Conducting supervisions and appraisals
Auditing, reviewing and updating care plans and medication records
Managing staffing levels, compiling rotas, etc
Assisting with staff training and development
To apply for this Nurse Manager role, you with be an experienced RGN, RMN or RNLD with an Active NMC pin number. You will be well organised, able to make decisions and work on your own initiative whilst working collaboratively within a multi-disciplinary team. You will be up-to-date with current evidence-based practice and have a working knowledge of CQC standards and regulations.
Most importantly you are motivated by helping every individual, whether colleague or service user, to realise their full potential and be treated with dignity and respect.
There are genuine prospects for career development, including opportunities to move into a more senior post or develop in a specialist clinical area.
This is a full time, permanent position working 40 hours a week, 2 x 12 hour shifts leading on the floor and 2 x 8 hour supernumery days from 8am - 4pm or 9am - 5pm. The salary is up to £39,000 per annum, plus a £1500 welcome bonus.
If you would like further details about this Clinical Nurse Manager role in Rochdale working within a small specialist service, please Apply or contact Gemma at Leaders in Care