This is a great opportunity for an ambitious and inspiring Theatre Manager (Deputy Managers also to apply) to join a dynamic Theatre Department at an established Independent Hospital. The Hospital has 2 Theatres and a Minor Ops Theatre - and is able to perform a wide range of minor to complex operations across a number of specialities including Orthopaedics, ENT, General Surgery, Gynaecology, Ophthalmology, Cosmetic Surgery and Urology.
This is a full time post with a a flexible shift pattern in place.
The role will involve working closely with the Director of Clinical Services to manage a team of up to 30 permanent and variable staff to maintain the service our client prides themselves on.
Duties and responsibilities:
- To strategically plan the delivery of patient safe clinical care provision of the Theatre service, in line with business needs and responsible for day to day organisation and management of care provision within the Operating Department while coordinating the management of the theatre team, both clinical and non-clinical.
- Providing clear direction and leadership to all theatre staff, whilst supporting the initiatives of the hospital.
- The role is responsible for development, motivation and performance of the Theatre Team, ensuring the achievement of CQC Standards.
- Demonstrate commitment to improving care and the patient experience.
- Maintenance of professional, cost-effective theatre service including financial management and business planning.
- Achievement of labour management target, and weekly completion of staff utilisation spreadsheets.
- To ensure the provision of individualised patient care.
- To promote and safeguard the wellbeing and interests of all patients, employees, consultants and visitors.
- Acute care hospital accepting planned and emergency surgical and medical admissions
- Registered Practitioner with NMC or HPC registration
- Previous experience within a Theatre or Deputy Theatre Managerial role.
- Evidence of relevant professional development, both clinically and managerially.
- Significant experience working in an acute hospital setting as a Senior Registered Practitioner or equivalent.
- Degree educated or equivalent experience
- Up-to-date knowledge in area of practice.
- Awareness of NMC Code of Accountability
- Knowledge of appropriate standards and external bodies, such as the Care Quality Commission.
- Mentorship Qualification.
- Results driven, possessing a proven track record of delivering against targets.
- Strong interpersonal skills:
If this opportunity is of any interest to you please apply to the role and feel free to contact our team on for a confidential chat.
Cordant Group is an equal opportunities employer
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