Clinical Nurse Manager (RGN/RMN/RNLD)
Location - The Lodge S26 4WB
Salary - £33.467
Hours – 36 hours – 2x12hr nurse shifts and 12 hours admin / office work
£1500 Exemplar Welcome Bonus*
Health and Social workers are now classed as "key workers" so this role will allow your children a place in school or nursery to help with your childcare whilst at work.
We are looking for an enthusiastic Clinical Nurse Manager to join our well established home in Swallownest and support the home manager and team in making this service the best it can be.
A nurse-led care home for adults with complex needs, The Lodge is a specialist nursing care home for adults with complex learning disabilities. The Lodge is a vibrant and homely bungalow with six bedrooms. The Lodge has a Review Score of 9.6 out of 10 on carehome.co.uk and rated Good in all 5 areas.
Our Clinical Nurse Managers play a key part in the daily running of the Specialist Care Centre, working closely with the Registered Manager, ensuring that the Specialist Care Centre runs effectively and efficiently and that the care provided is of the highest quality. There will, of course, be times when you have to roll up your sleeves and deliver hands-on nursing and personal care but that’s the nature of the job, and it keeps your skills up to date.
About the job
The role would also be a good progression for a nurse wanting to move into a managerial role, as training will be given. You will also have the opportunity to join the local LD networks and work alongside professionals and the LD multidisciplinary team. We all so work closely with the university and have student nurses on placement.
Your role 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
You will be a registered nurse (RGN/RMN/RNLD) with a valid NMC PIN.
You are 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.
What do we offer…
You will receive the training you need as soon as you join Exemplar. Your first three days will be spent completing a comprehensive induction and training programme, designed to give you all the information that you’ll need before you start working in the home. As an Exemplar Nurse you will then receive training on a continuing basis to help you build your clinical skills.
Your prospects for career development with Exemplar will be second to none because we support, nurture and develop all our staff. We recognise talent and commitment and promote from within. Exemplar can support you on your chosen career path.
Our benefits include:
- £1500 Exemplar Welcome Reward*
- 25 Days holiday plus bank holidays
- Paid NMC registration
- Paid DBS check
- Exemplar rewards – retail discounts and vouchers
- Refer a Friend scheme - Up to £1,500
- Employee assistance program – 24 hour helpline
- Pension plan
- Working at The Free car parking
Our Values express what it is like to work in our organisation and our colleagues should make these a part of everything we do:
* Exemplar Health Care is offering a £1500 welcome bonus to all new registered nurses and clinical professionals. The £1500 payment will be split over two instalments. £500 will be paid after induction training. £1000 will be paid after completion of a successful probation period. To qualify for the bonus applicants must apply directly to Exemplar.
Apply today and make every day better with Exemplar.
“Every day I learn something new from my colleagues and service users which inspires me to be a better practitioner and a better person.”
Alexandra Ferone, Acting Clinical Nurse Manager