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Clinical Nurse Manager




Job Description

Clinical Nurse Manager - Maternity Cover

Longley Park View - Sheffield

Salary - £33,305

Longley park View is a home which cares for individuals with complex mental health needs, as well as elderly nursing needs with EMI needs.  It prides itself on the level of care offered, modern bright build, with enthusiastic staff who care and are passionate about what they do, come and join this great team.

Our Clinical Nurse/Deputy Managers play a key part in the daily running of the home, working closely with the Home Manager, ensuring that the home runs effectively and efficiently and that the care provided is of the highest quality.  There will, of course, be times when you have to roll up your sleeves and deliver hands-on nursing and personal care but that’s the nature of the job, and it keeps your skills up to date.  
  
About the job……

Your role will be to support the Home Manager in the day to day activities in the home, so this means that you will be involved in:

  • Managing the clinical and care teams
  • Carrying out pre-admission assessments
  • Conducting supervisions and appraisals
  • Auditing, reviewing and updating care plans and medication records
  • Managing staffing levels, compiling rotas, etc
  • Assisting with staff training and development

About you……

First and foremost, you’ll be a great nurse – you should have a first level nursing qualification with a current PIN.  You‘ll be a great team-player but also able to lead by example with effective leadership skills and be supportive and approachable. 
We expect that you’ll be up to date with current evidence based practice with a working knowledge of CQC Standards and Regulations.   
We’d love to see you be able to demonstrate your passion and commitment to delivering the highest level of care to our service users, coupled with an ability to build relationships with them and their families.

What do we offer…..?

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.

Our homes offer a rewarding and stimulating working environment, where you will enjoy a varied role.

Working for an Exemplar home means that you‘ll have genuine prospects for career development.  We 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 or enhance your clinical skills, we can support you.

Benefits

  • Private Healthcare
  • Life Assurance
  • 25 days holiday + bank holidays
  • Perkz- an online benefits scheme that offers market-leading offers and discounts with high street and online retailers

Can you see yourself working at Longley?  If so and you want to find out more, please call the Recruitment Team on 01709 565822 or click Apply Now. 

You can find out more about Exemplar by visiting www.exemplarhc.com 

Being the care provider of choice for our customers

Encouraging communication, sharing knowledge, and embracing the views of stakeholders

Investing in our personal and professional development

Networking with others to expand our horizons

Growing in confidence, competence, and capability

Individually and collectively making a positive difference

Nurturing innovation and encouraging new ideas

Sharing our passion and enthusiasm with those around us

Providing high quality care services in high quality purpose built homes

Improving our status, ensuring quality standards and financial targets are met or exceeded

Recognising achievement

Enjoying what we do

Delighting all our stakeholders






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Company Overview

Exemplar started life as a training company, helping a care home operator get to grips with an ever-increasing regulatory burden. We helped co-ordinate nursing adaptation courses for overseas nurses too.

Having all this knowledge at our fingertips, we quickly moved into care home operation, taking over 5 elderly care homes in need of some tlc. We still have these homes and they form the bedrock on which the rest has been built.