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Clinical Lead

Posted 15 days ago

  • Rhyl, Clwyd
  • Any
  • External
  • Expires In 2 months
If you are passionate about caring for the elderly and want to build a long-term career in one of our award-winning homes, then look no further than Akari Care. Our aim is to create an environment where our residents are valued, respected, and are offered the personalised care they deserve.
We now seek a Clinical Lead who is passionate about, and thrives on, making a real and positive difference to the lives of older people.
Working in collaboration and harmony with the Home Manager and the wider multi-disciplined teams you will be responsible for ensuring the smooth, efficient running of the home. This highly diverse role will at times have challenging moments, however the innermost reward you and the team receive from our residents pure gratefulness to us, is what creates the true incentive behind this role.
The duties of our Clinical Leads are vast and varied and include all aspects which touch upon excellent nursing and residential care, open and individualised communication, supporting and maintaining budgetary and financial controls and, being personally accountable for Human Resources. You will always act in the best interests for all involved, promoting engaging and creative marketing initiatives, guiding and coaching colleagues to actively pursue training and development and undertaking the same for your own professional and personal growth journey.
On both a personal basis and through supervision of the teams, you will give your undivided attention and care to all areas of the home from the laundering of residents personal items through to dealing with a highly complex emergency such as a serious accident or break out of an infectious disease. No matter what the situation you will portray the confidence of a flexible leader and impart your knowledge to all other colleagues to ensure they adhere to the same exacting high standards.
By showing us you can match our values with the desire for personalised excellence, community spirit and a kind, caring and compassionate nature, we, in return, can offer you a career developing your knowledge, skills and abilities to support vulnerable adults with the care their individual needs require.
What we require from you:
Minimum Level 4 NVQ in Health and Social Care
Experience of working within health care sector
Management / Leadership experience (essential) and qualification (desirable)
Hold an NMC (Nursing and Midwifery) certificate with an active PIN
A caring nature with ability to give everyone a personal approach
Flexible and adaptable to changes at short notice
Work well under pressure without negative impact to those around you
Warm, approachable, and engaging persona
Respect everyone, treating others as you would expect to be treated
Resilient and adaptable to differing needs of colleagues and residents
What's in it for you:
A competitive salary
Pension contribution of 5%
Recognition schemes and rewarding referral schemes
Uniform provided and DBS check costs paid
28 days annual leave (based on full-time hours, including Bank Holidays)
Flexible working patterns
Annual NMC fees paid
Fully funded training and development
Support with personal development plans
The opportunity to grow and develop both personally and professionally
An engaging community environment where everyone is respected and included