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Leigh, Greater Manchester, England
Job Title : Unit Manager - RGN / RMN / RNLD
Location : Leigh, Manchester
Salary : £35,000
Contract : Permanent, Full time Contract.
Service user groups : 18+ - Learning Disabilities, Neuro - Rehab, Eating Disorders, Mental Health Conditions. Split across three units.
*Brand New, Not Yet Open Facility**Due to open in May*
If you are a passionate nurse with an interest or experience within in complex care, this role is ideal for you. As a Unit Manager, you will be providing clinical and managerial support to the senior management within the site, as well as providing outstanding care in more of a clinical aspect. In this varied, exciting position, you will be working hands on with service users with a wide range of care needs, including neurological rehab, enduring mental health and early-onset dementia. The role is a brilliant step forward for an experienced nurse who is looking to take steps into management.
This is a brand new position, working within a facility due to open in May 2018. It is a fantastic opportunity to start with a fresh slate and really make the position your own. This 30 bedded facility is split between specialist care, but at the heart of everything is the service user. Making sure they have the enablement, resources and support in their road to recovery. What matters most is making a difference to someones life.
We recognise that being a nurse is at the heart of what you do - so you'll be able to keep your skills and experience up to date but, as a Unit Nurse Manager RGN RMN RNLD, you'll also have the opportunity to use and develop your management abilities.
There are fantastic opportunities for development and progression - one of the Operations Managers started their career as a newly qualified nurse, and moved through the ranks of Unit Manager, Clinical Nurse/Deputy Manager, Home Manager - all in the space of 11 years. It's an amazing but realistic achievement. If that is your chosen career path, we'll help you get there.
We are passionate about providing learning opportunities for all employees, with a dedicated Training and Development Department. All the courses offered internally are free of charge to all employees at whatever level and whatever qualification, and with courses ranging from Level 1 Literacy and Numeracy to Level 5 Leadership & Management, there is a personalised training plan for everyone.
Your duties will be varied, working to ensure high clinical standards are delivered and that your staff team is support to achieve their potential, duties include:
- The Unit 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.
- Working with the MDT to ensure that care provided is appropriate and relevant to the individual's care package
- Participating in pre-admission assessments, assessing client care requirements
- Provide safe and effective processes for the ordering, handling, storage, administration, recording and disposal of drugs
- Formulation and review of support plans
- Positively promote the home
- Participate in an on-call system to support the nurse in charge
- Participate in recruitment and supervision of staff
- Promoting choice, independence, dignity and respect
- You should hold nursing qualification (RGN/RMN/RNLD) and have a current PIN.
All applicants must have a valid NMC pin and full eligibility to live and work in the UK without restriction.
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