Full-Time Clinical Lead – Part Time
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A specialist care provider is seeking a Part time Clinical Lead/ Paediatric Nurse for their community based services in Rotherham and Sheffield. They provide care and support to children and young people in their own homes and communities with conditions such as; Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Injury, Autism, Motor Neurone Disease and Acquired Brain Injury. They are passionate about delivering exceptional and professional support to their clients.
The Clinical Lead will be motivated and innovative with strong leadership, management and communication skills to ensure that the care delivered is safe effective and reliable. This will be a lead, advisory and hands on role. Although you would not be a line manager, you will undertake ongoing clinical competency reviews with staff, will participate in the training of staff in relation to specific client needs and provide support and guidance to both staff and clients.
- Salary: £17,992 on 20 hours/ £22,490 on 25 hours
- The hourly rate is £17.50 – The number of hours are negotiable depending on personal circumstances
This role is also available full time
Key requirements of Clinical Lead:
- MUST be a Registered Nurse with NMC PIN
- Good understanding of quality community services
- Experience in supporting children and young adults with conditions such as; Tracheostomy, ABI, Spinal Injuries, Challenging Behaviours, ventilators, PEG, oxygen and personal care.
- Paediatric experience ideal
- Due to the nature of this post being out on the field, a full UK driving license and access to a car is essential.
Clinical Nurse Specialist Responsibilities:
- Participate in clinical client assessments for new referrals and existing clients, undertake and advise in relation to risk assessments relevant to each client and their individual situation.
- Monitor staff competencies, working collaboratively with our community based management team in providing training and guidance.
- Conduct regular, cyclic client reviews and respond accordingly to concerns and changes in needs.
- Work effectively and in partnership with parents/NOK, health professionals, across health, education and social services to contribute to high standards of care and clients achieving their outcomes.
- Build lasting professional relationships, attend and participate in multi-disciplinary meetings in relation to clients care.
- The post holder must feel confident in their ability to review and assess staff competency in order to train and develop staff knowledge, skill and understanding.
- The individual must be proactive to research, learn and advise on any unfamiliar health conditions. In addition should be willing to attend training that will develop and further their knowledge to further develop the care staff.
If you are interested in the above position please apply, or for more information contact Jade at Domus Recruitment on 01628 630104.
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