Band 7, 6 - Adults Disability - Ward Manager
Ward Manager Band 6/7 - Continuing Care - Specialist Nursing Home
37.5 hours per week + occasional site manager duties.
My client is a well established non-profit, medical charity, a hospital and home, based in Putney, South West London.
They are currently on the look out for a confident Band 6 OR an experienced Band 7 to join their team. This is a good opportunity to up skill and step up in banding.
They support both short and long-term specialist services (assessment, rehabilitation and disability management) for adults with profound or complex disabilities resulting from damage to the brain or nervous system.
A Ward nurse with experience with ER and complex disabilities experience in a clinical and non clinical environment are well come. I am looking for a candidate to enable people with profound neuro-disability to enjoy an optimal quality of life and support and empower its team.
This is a leading centre that will offer training and development, clear and stable career progression and a positive team structure. The service will not only be able to provide advance your learning with development opportunities to enhance your career but will also support and guide you towards a long-term career path.
About the role
If you are looking for a permanent opportunity and you are a dedicated, passionate and inspiring Ward Manager this would be the ideal role for you to apply for. The unit specialises in patients with long term care needs associated with acquired brain injury.
I am looking for a leader who can build a confident, high quality and caring team who are experts in their field. You will be responsible for championing and guiding a diverse range of nursing and health care assistant staff whilst working alongside other multi-disciplinary colleagues.
As part of the Leadership Team within the Hospital, key responsibilities include the human resource and financial management of the ward. You will ensure the 24 hour nursing service is covered by appropriate rostering and skill mix, facilitate multi-disciplinary team working and monitor/participate in patient care provision.
The successful applicant will have:
- Proven interpersonal skills and a demonstrable ability to handle complex communications
- Significant leadership and managerial experience with an ability to demonstrate experience in multi-disciplinary team working
- A management qualification (or willingness to undertake management studies)
- A Teaching/Mentoring qualification
- Experience of managing complex workloads and competing priorities
To find out more about this position:
please call Danielle to disscuss
18st September 2020 at 12pm.