Unit Manager / Senior Nurse

Posted 20 September by Time Recruitment
Unit Manager / Senior Nurse
£14.50 rising after probation
Full Time

Tjis particular service is a great place to work with a dedicated and passionate team. Having 40 beds and provide care for young adults with neuro-psychiatric conditions.

To be part of the team here, you'll need to be as passionate about delivering quality care to those in our care as the existing team, with a desire to ensure that our service users have the ability to make their own choices and assist them in living as independently as possible.

Clinical - to promote and maintain clinical standards within the unit in the home to the satisfaction of the
Company and relevant statutory bodies
Resource Management - to utilise all company resources in a manner which achieves customer satisfaction
and cost effectiveness
General Management - to provide complementary, competent and effective general management support
and cover

Clinical Responsibilities:
-Assess client care requirements including pre-admission, admission, daily life and
-Plan care within the agreed framework
-Supervise and provide direct care to all clients
-Contribute positively to the setting and development of measurable standards of care, relevant
to the individual, and participate in the introduction and maintenance of such strategies.
-Maintain and develop a framework for clinical governance.
-Provide safe and effective process for the ordering, handling, storage, administration, recording
and disposal of drugs.
-Maintain, participate and administrate an effective on-call system which supports the nurse in
charge on duty in the event of emergency
- Maintain and promote a system of both professional and personal development for all staff,
which includes mandatory training. Provide training plans and records of all training

General Management Responsibilities
- Deputise for the Registered Manager/Care Manager in his/her absence
- Participate in staff recruitment, selection and retention

- Participate in the marketing of the home, and assist in maintaining the homes reputation and
professional standing.
-Work within budgetary guidelines and contribute to future strategic planning

Your first seven days will be spent in a classroom environment, where you'll complete a comprehensive induction and training programme, designed to give you all the information that you'll need before you start working in the home.

Working for an our established client means that you'll have genuine prospects for career development. They have a City & Guilds centre which offers a variety of QCF qualifications, as well as a tailor made management development programme, to help you to achieve your goal, whether you want to climb the career ladder to Deputy Manager or enhance your clinical skills, they can support you.

Benefits inlcude:
Perkz- an online benefits scheme that offers market-leading offers and discounts with high street and online retailers

If you feel this role is for you then please get in touch by applying NOW!!

This position will be suitable for; Clinical Lead, Unit Manager, Senior Nurse, RGN, Staff Nurse, Nurse Immingham, RGN Immingham, Staff Nurse Immingham, Care Home, Nursing Home Nurse, Registered Nurse Immingham, , Care Home Nurse, Ward Nurse, Staff Nurse

Required skills

  • RGN
  • Care Home
  • Staff Nurse
  • Ward Nurse
  • Senior Nurse
  • Clinical Lead
  • Unit Manager
  • Care Home Nurse
  • Nursing Home Nurse
  • Nurse Immingham
  • RGN Immingham
  • Staff Nurse Immingham
  • Registered Nurse Immingham

Reference: 33360172

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