Clinic Development Manager

London, Greater London, England
EC2V 8AF
Pay
£ 36000 - 36000 Per year
Hours
Full time
Type
Permanent
Job level
Deputy Manager / Senior Staff
Posted
20 Jan 2020
Closes
16 Mar 2020

Job Description

Job Reference CDM1

We have an exciting opportunity to work across our London clinics for an experienced senior nurse or deputy who is looking to make the next move in their career and progress to Clinic Development Manager. The role of Clinic Development Manager is an Area support role available to candidates that feel they are ready to take the next step in their development, and may be considering their suitability for the role of Clinic Manager (CM) at some point in the future.

The Clinic Development Manager will act as a mentor for the clinic team and work alongside them in a clinical capacity. They will identify, celebrate and share best practice. They will support the current team to appraise their own performance and identify areas for development. They will provide specialist nursing knowledge and skills to enable junior members of the nursing team to develop their skills and knowledge further.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Manage the scheduling of patients and staffing to ensure optimal efficiency while meeting all contractual patient / staffing ratios.

Monitoring and controlling of clinic costs according to agreed budgets.

Ensuring that operational policies and procedures are implemented in the clinic(s).

Manage the scheduling of patients and staffing to ensure optimal efficiency while meeting all contractual patient / staffing ratios.

Monitoring and controlling of clinic costs according to agreed budgets.

Ensuring that operational policies and procedures are implemented in the clinic(s).

Ensure all reporting of clinical data to client and company is compliant.

Manage the scheduling of patients and staffing to ensure optimal efficiency while meeting all contractual patient / staffing ratios.

Monitoring and controlling of clinic costs according to agreed budgets.

Ensuring that operational policies and procedures are implemented in the clinic(s).

Ensure all reporting of clinical data to client and company is compliant.

Clinic activities related to all medical reporting (e.g. Incident reporting, Hospitalisation and Mortality Reporting (HMR) and Quality Management Review (QMR)).

Clinic compliance with required Diaverum reports, and any country specific regulatory reports.

Clinic activities related to all medical reporting (e.g. Incident reporting, Hospitalisation and Mortality Reporting (HMR) and Quality Management Review (QMR)).

Clinic compliance with required Diaverum reports, and any country specific regulatory reports.

Clinic activities related to all medical reporting (e.g. Incident reporting, Hospitalisation and Mortality Reporting (HMR) and Quality Management Review (QMR)).

REQUIREMENTS:

Level 1 Nurse Registered with the NMC

Post basic qualification in renal nursing such as diploma, ENB Course 136 or equivalent

ENB998 or equivalent (teaching/assessing)

Educated to Degree level or equivalent or working towards a degree.

At least 5 years’ experience in Haemodialysis including working 2 years at a Senior level

Experience of managing and leading a team of specialist nurses and practitioners

Good communication skills (Written and Spoken)

Good knowledge and ability in the use of MS Office

COME GROW WITH US!

• Full Time - 37.5 hours per week / Monday to Saturday

• Competitive Salary and unsocial payment

Location allowance

• 27 days annual leave (plus Bank Holidays) increasing with service

• Life Assurance, Discounted Fitness Membership, Stakeholder Company Pension

• Post subject to References, Identification, DBS and OH checks

• Relocation allowance *

* where applicable/dependent on clinic

Ref: LondonCDM1

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