Clinical Lead

Oakminster Healthcare group has delivered quality care across Glasgow for over 21 years. Our team is dedicated to delivering person centred care and showcasing our core values, Integrity, Compassion, Responsibility, Wellbeing, and Inclusion. Our aim and goal is to sustain and encourage independence and positive outcomes for our service users.

Oakminster Healthcare are looking to recruit a qualified experienced Clinical Lead who have a passion for providing Person Centred Care to our Elderly Residents.

We believe that our staff are one of our most valuable resources in enhancing the quality of life for our service users, who are at the centre of everything we do. Our dedicated team of nurses and carers actively encourage residents to take part in all decisions, especially in the care they receive and are looking for like-minded people to join our team and make a difference.

The role and key responsibilities are:

To lead, develop, monitor and promote the clinical provision of care and  support which optimises the health, safety wellbeing and happiness of the people who use our services.

To oversee, monitor and ensure effective implementation of mental and physical healthcare which is based on service users’ needs and wishes, which is underpinned by current legislation, best practice and company policy.

To educate care staff to a level which enables them to meet service users’ uncomplicated health needs, and to identify health concerns which are beyond their level of knowledge.

To oversee the clinical practice of other registered nurses and to provide guidance, coaching, mentoring and training as necessary.

To act as a consultant in any areas of complex physical or mental health needs.

To support responsible staff and participate in the production of outcome based support plans which are effective in meeting the health needs of service users.

To liaise and work with visiting Multidisciplinary professionals as required, and to act as the service user’s advocate.

To complete relevant managerial tasks as requested by the Home Manager. To perform managerial responsibilities in the absence of the Manager in conjunction with the Care & Support Lead.

Directly contribute to and support the implementation of the organisation’s quality assurance systems

Salary  – £17 – £19 per hour.

What we need from you:

Essential:

Qualification – First Level Registered Nurse.

Experience – Minimum 3 years post registration in relevant clinical/teaching role

Evidence of continuing professional development and commitment to research based practice.

Proven expertise and understanding of current best practice in at least two clinical areas relevant to older people’s care (e.g. Tissue viability, nutrition, dementia care)

Understanding of legislative framework surrounding the provision of care services.

Strong written and spoken communication skills

Experience of mentoring/coaching /training

Understanding of and strong commitment to underlying principles of individual, holistic care

Preferred: 

Qualification in training and/or other relevant post graduate qualification

Five years in active clinical/teaching role

Expertise and experience in a number of relevant clinical areas

Experience of writing formal reports and/or presentational experience

Experience of teaching non health professionals

Experience of service user focused systems of care and support. Specific knowledge of broadest spectrum of older people’s needs.

Personal Qualities Required:

Confident

Assertive

Able to operate under pressure

Strong Communicator

Open

Excellent interpersonal skills

Flexible

Innovative

What you get from us:

Excellent rates of pay, competitive and negotiable dependent on experience.
Free training and uniform.
Training and Development Opportunities
Annual leave entitlement will be 5.6 x contracted hours
Workplace pension scheme

Please note – successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced PVG check.
If you are interested in applying please apply online with an up to date CV and we will get in touch.

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