Cardiff, Wales, gb Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations
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We currently have opportunities available for Registered Nurses to join the teams at our beautiful care homes.
You will be responsible for ensuring outstanding clinical care is provided to our residents. Through your strong clinical knowledge and established people management and leadership skills you will ensure the highest standards are achieved in relationship centered care, clinical care and dementia care throughout the home.
You will work with the care teams to ensure continuous assessments, planning, implementation and evaluation of residents’ care. Your skills will be key to supporting residents with all their needs, therapeutic interventions and meaningful occupations
Duties & Responsibilities:
Assist the Clinical Care Manager with responsibility for clinical care in the home.
Assist with the recruitment and training of the clinical team; ensuring training targets are met and the teams are competent in their roles.
Inspire the clinical team to deliver outcomes for the home.
Ensure that all supervision, appraisal and performance management of the clinical team, supporting them to achieve their potential.
Lead the clinical team to ensure they are aligned with the Hallmark vision and are operating from the Hallmark Charter.
Ensure any requirements from internal and external audits are actioned within the timescales required.
Ensure that all rotas are maintained, ensuring efficient and effective use of manpower in accordance with company policies.
NQF level 6 or equivalent RN/RGN Qualified or RMN or RNLD
Dementia Qualification (for homes with people living with dementia)
Proven track record leading, empowering, supporting and motivating a clinical team
Experience delivering high quality relationship centered care
Strong leadership and management skills
Excellent written, non-verbal and verbal communication skills
Dementia Knowledge (for homes with people living with dementia)