Deputy Nurse Clinical Manager

Spear Recruitment
Oldbury, Bridgnorth
£32,000 per annum
06 Jun 2019
04 Jul 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Deputy Nurse Clinical Manager

Location: Oldbury

Salary: £32,000 to £37,000

Qualifications Required:
  • RN (First Level)
  • RMN
  • CRB Check and POVA listing
  • Specialist Nursing Practices

Skills and Knowledge Needed:
  • An ability to implement the company's preferred working practices.
  • An understanding and empathy with the older person with Mental Health and Nursing needs.
  • Worked within a Care Home setting for a Minimum of 2 years.
  • Knowledge of Care Quality Commission (CQC) Guidelines.
  • Gold Standard Framework for end of life Care
  • Knowledge of Dementia Strategy and Dementia mapping is desired but not essential

Job Purpose:
  • The Deputy Manager will work as a committed member of the Management Team within the Home and support the Home Manager specifically taking the lead responsibility for Dementia and staff training. To actively promote and encourage as much personal independence and choice as possible within the activities of daily living and ensure person centred care is given at all times.
  • In the absence of the Home Manager, the Deputy will be expected to maintain the general day-to-day running of the Home, working alongside the Administration Manager and Housekeeper. He/she will be expected to provide continuity of care, laid down by the procedures operating within the Home, and be available to offer support and advice to all other members of staff, residents and relatives.
  • A staff development programme operates and all staff are required to keep up-to-date with legislation changes and the Home's policies and procedures.

  • The post holder will hold the relevant qualifications; have experience of working within a Registered Care Home and proven knowledge and empathy of caring for the older person. It is essential that the post holder show strong professional leadership, a flexible attitude to work pattern and excellent communication skills.
  • The role involves working at weekends to monitor service quality on a 7-day-a-week basis.

General Responsibilities:
  • To be personally aware of how the Home's communication systems operate and to be fully conversant with the Policies, Procedures and objectives.
  • All staff are accountable for the quality of their own work and for the operation of the relevant parts of the quality systems. To assist in the preparation of monthly quality Assurance Audits
  • To ensure professional practices are developed in line with Company Objectives.
  • To comply with the Company's policies and procedures and have a duty to advise management of any situation that is deemed unsafe within the Home.
  • To show concern and respect for the fabric, decoration, equipment and building and be aware of the high standards of the environment.
  • Our client are committed to promoting equal opportunities in the workplace to all employees that is free from discrimination and prejudice.
  • All members of staff are required to undertake that they will not divulge to anyone personal and/or confidential information to which they may have access during their employment with the company whether it is verbal, written or electronic, and ensure that unauthorised persons cannot access it.
  • To participate in all planned meetings within the home and to chair the meetings in the absence of the home manager

This vacancy is being managed by Ben Moses at Spear Recruitment Ltd.

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