Clinical Lead (Deputy Manager)

Service: Mickley Hall

Location: Sheffield

Rate Of Pay: £21

Closing Date: 31 May 2022

Clinical Lead (Deputy Manager)

Clinical Lead/Deputy Manager

£21 per hour (£40950 per annum)

Revalidation support - Ongoing CPD - Career Progression through the VCG Academy - Wellbeing programme for all colleagues – Enhanced pension

Do you want to work with a provider who values you? Then look no further, here at Valorum Care Group all of our people are at the heart of what we do!

At Valorum Care Group we have one goal – to make “a better way for better lives”

Valorum Care Group is a leading Nationwide care provider who is passionate about providing quality care to all of the people we support. Our core services are supported living, residential care and nursing services for learning disability, mental health and physical disability

What is great about the company:

We offer a supportive environment with a real focus on the wellbeing of our employees as well as offering numerous training and development opportunities. Benefits of being a Nurse with Valorum Care Group include:

Wellbeing support

Enhanced pension

Flexible working hours

Free DBS

Free uniform

Refer a friend bonus

Excellent, fully funded training

Career progression through VCG Academy

Cycle to work scheme

On-site parking

Confidential employee advice line

Employee Engagement app

Service Overview

The role is based in Mickley Hall, in Sheffield. Mickley Hall is a wheelchair accessible nursing home in Totley near Sheffield. We support up to 39 individuals aged from 18 years old who require nursing care due to a physical disability or neurological condition.

What is the role?

Clinical Lead/Deputy Manager - Sheffield - 37.5 hours - 7 day rota - £21 hourly (£40,950 per annum)

  • You will need to be a registered nurse with a valid NMC Pin.
  • To manage the service in the absence of the Registered Service Manager
  • To support the Registered Service Manager to manage all aspects of the service including staff learning and development and ensuring the team is compliant with mandatory and statutory training.
  • To provide professional clinical and managerial support to all members of the team.
  • To ensure all members of the nurse’s team receive regular clinical supervision and provide management supervision as required.
  • To create duty rota and running the shift (Delegate team responsibilities, Manage breaks)
  • To liaising with other health care professionals (GP, District nurse, podiatrist, etc
  • To work closely with the Registered Service Manager in identifying and delivering improvements to both the environment and processes in place.
  • To write and audit care plans and risk assessments
  • To order medication and undertake medication audits.
  • To be part of the management on call rota as required
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