Associate Clinical Lead Nurse – Plymouth

Nurses Direct is recruiting on behalf of a local Nursing Home, and we are looking for an experienced Associate Clinical Lead Nurse.

This fantastic opportunity for a Clinical Lead looking for a new challenge or a Senior RGN/RMN looking to step up in their clinical career.

You will work in a nursing home specialised in physical frailty, disability, illness or undergoing long and short stay rehabilitation.

The home is located in Plymouth and providing high quality client focused care for the Nursing unit following CQC guidelines and legislation.

The candidate

The Clinical Lead will be a key member of the home’s senior clinical team, supporting the Clinical Nursing Home Manager. The post holder will support the clinical management of the Home, providing professional leadership to both the clinical and non-clinical workforce.

What is in for you

  • Salary between 38k – 42k
  • Monday to Friday
  • 40 hours per week
  • Company Contributory Pension Plan
  • 30 days annual leave
  • Free DBS
  • Monthly pay
  • Discounted meal
  • Free parking

Essential Requirements for the role

  • Current Registered Nurse – NMC Registered Nurse
  • 3 years post registration experience
  • Knowledge of the legislation and standards of relevant healthcare regulators (e.g., CQC)
  • Knowledge of Clinical Governance frameworks and Quality Assurance tools
  • Desirable but not essential: Leadership & management experiences.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Maintain clinical skills and knowledge through the provision of care to patients
  • Support the Nursing Home Manager with line management responsibilities for the team in line with HR policies and procedures at all times, including performance management and bi-annual appraisals, one to ones, recruitment, sickness, and absence.
  • Facilitate learning for all clinical staff and ensure that a supportive teaching and learning environment is in place.
  • Ensure that all team members communicate appropriately with others involved in the care of the patient and the relatives and act as advocates for safeguarding patients.
  • Ensure that the highest possible standards are maintained to promote and safeguard the wellbeing and interests of patients, employees, and visitors.
  • Provide clinical supervision and facilitate team clinical supervision.
  • Assist with investigations relating to any complaint, incident, or significant event. To report any incidences of safety breaches, including but not limited to accidents, complaints, and defects in equipment.
  • To ensure familiarisation with emergency procedures.
  • Complete all paperwork and maintain administrative systems appropriate to the organisation’s needs.
  • Apply infection control measures within the organisation according to local and national guidelines and internal standard operating procedures.
  • Comply with all policies, protocols, procedures.

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Job Type: Full Time Permanent
Job Location: Plymouth

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