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Clinical Lead

Welcome bonus - up to £1000

Working with us will result in some excellent rewards & benefits including –

  • Recommend a friend - up to £750
  • Early Pay, which gives you the option to access some of your salary ahead of payday
  • A competitive salary with flexible working hours – you tell us what hours you want to work!
  • Fully funded training support and development opportunities.
  • 5.6 weeks annual leave
  • Rewards for years of service and annual staff recognition through MMCG Care Awards
  • Perkbox - a range of discounts and free monthly offers for a variety of high street shops and restaurants
  • Car through salary sacrifice, cycle to work scheme
  • NEST pension plan
  • Transport available from 10 miles from the home
  • Good CQC rating

The Clinical Lead is an integral role within Social Care and assists the Care Manager with professional and administrative duties and is responsible to the Manager for the care /nursing matters in the Home whilst ensuring that the Care Manager is kept informed at all times.

In the absence of the Care Manager, the Clinical Lead is the leader and a working member of the care team and has the overall responsibility of the nursing / care management of the Home, maintenance of high standards of care and monitoring of performance of the staff.

To ensure that standards are maintained, and that adequate cover is provided, flexibility is required of the Clinical Lead for working nights, weekends and a proportion of Bank Holidays, as necessary.

The Clinical Lead will also be expected, from time to time, to assist the Care Manager and Proprietor with unexpected visits and inspections of the Home, when otherwise off duty.

Trainee nurses (nurses qualified outside of the EU) will need to hold a letter from the NMC confirming their eligibility to sit the OSCE exam.

Become a Key worker and make a difference.

About You

Our ideal candidate will have the following skills and values:

  • A qualified RGN/RMN with a valid NMC pin number or a Student Nurse (qualified outside of the EU) with a letter from the NMC confirming their eligibility to sit the OSCE exam.
  • Previous experience working as a Senior Nurse or staff nurse or registered nurse in a Care Home environment is desirable but not essential.
  • People Management experience
  • A committed and organised approach.
  • A confident communicator with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Flexible to work shifts.
Posted
07/15/2022
Location
Cranleigh, England, UK