Nursing Care Manager
About the Position
As a Nursing Care Manager you will report into the Home Manager and will be responsible for the overall management of the Nursing floor within the home. You will lead shifts and allocate duties to staff. You will build and maintain strong relationships with the staff team, residents and their families as well as other professionals. As a Nursing Care Manager you will have knowledge of each resident’s person-centred care needs and ensure clinical governance is adhered to on a day-to-day basis and that all nursing care practices are evidence-based and reflect current best practice.
As a Nursing Care Manager you will carry out and oversee needs assessments for current and potential residents to make sure the home can meet the individual needs of residents and manage, support and develop care team members including completion of effective inductions, appraisals, one to ones and performance coaching, promoting a culture to enable residents and staff to maximise their capabilities. This is a hybrid practice role covering two 12 hour RGN shifts per week along with 18 hours super numeri. Alternate weekends either Saturday or Sunday.
Blenheim House is committed to ensuring that our residents and their families live well every day and remain at the heart of everything we do. To support this, you will be able to evidence competency in a range of clinical skills and be familiar with the use of eMar and digital care planning systems. Experience of clinical governance, including leading on clinical risk meetings and auditing using digital platforms is also required. This role has direct line responsibility and we are seeking the ability to lead through influence and ensuring impact by maintaining the motivation, skills and knowledge of the Care and RN team.
The Berkley Care Group recognises the expertise and diverse skills required to work in a care home environment. Through our bespoke Berkley Nurse Programme, we are committed to our RNs retaining their skills in clinical practice, and continuing to develop their leadership, facilitation of learning skills and continue to provide evidenced based care. The 12-month programme, includes the opportunity to join our Practice Supervision Groups, facilitated by the Group Clinical Governance Manager, and an Independent Nurse Consultant that ensures that all our RNs have an excellent portfolio of evidence to meet the NMC requirements for revalidation, and facilitate further career development opportunities within an expanding group.
The Benefits of working with us include:
- Fantastic rates of pay
- Paid breaks
- Free meals on shift
- Cash incentives for referring friends and family
- Length of Service Monetary Rewards
- Annual Pay Reviews
- Free uniform and DBS
- Access to hundreds of lifestyle benefits and discounts
- Employee Assistance Programme, Digital GP service & Medical Cash Plan
- Excellent learning, development and training opportunities
- Luxury working environment
- Be part of a European community of Registered Nurses.
- Free parking
- NMC PIN reimbursment
- Active PIN registered with the NMC
- Experience working as an RGN
- Strong leadership and supervisory skills
- You must have the Right to Work in the UK
- Exceptional communication skills and a great team player
- Strong leadership skills with the ability to motivate and energise others
Due to the nature of the role, this position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.