We are looking for an experienced Deputy Manager/Unit Manager (Nurse Qualified), who has experience of working with Adults with Acquired Brain Injury. Or maybe you are ready for the next step up! This job is within 30 minutes travelling distance from Gloucester, Worcester, Hereford or Cheltenham.
You would be working in a Specialist Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) centre, which provides short or long stay rehabilitation. This is a relatively small unit so that we can ensure the support we provide is person centred and for individuals to achieve realistic goals, developed pathways of care, whilst supported with a holistic approach.
What are the hours, pay rates and benefits for this Deputy Manager/Unit Manager (RGN) job?
- Excellent rate of pay of £32K - £35K per annum DOE, plus pension scheme
- Hours of work are Monday - Friday 37.5 Hours per week
- 35 Days Annual leave inclusive of Bank Holidays
- Comprehensive Training through our Learning & Development Academy
- Excellent Development & promotion opportunities;
- Unlimited opportunity to gain further qualifications including master’s degree.
This is an exciting opportunity to join an exceptional Provider, who have won several awards for their state of the art services. They have been established for over 30 years with the owner originally forming the organisation to give something back to people, to feel like he could make a difference! They are constantly looking at adding benefits and incentives to make them one of the best Employers to work for. This home has a low staff turnover, because it is a wonderful place to work!
Your professional development is very important to this provider. They promise to always keep their staff team motivated as this gives them the strength to deliver fantastic high-quality care to its residents. If you have a proven track record as a Deputy Manager (RGN or RMN), Unit Manager or you are Clinical Lead Nurse ready for your next challenge - we’d love to hear from you.
- Acquired Brain Injury
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