Assistant Nurse Manager- South/South West11th Apr 2018
Resilience Care has an exciting opportunity available for an Assistant Nurse Manager to join our team. This appointment will cover an allocation of advanced homecare clients in Cork, Limerick and Clare but may not be limited to these areas. This position will work between the Cork and Ennis offices.
The Assistant Nurse Manager will support the Nurse Manager in providing professional, clinical leadership in the delivery of personalised care to clients in their homes. Together with the Nurse Manager – South, he/she will facilitate communication across the teams and with families and clients.
The successful candidate will be expected to promote and implement the policies, procedures and values of Resilience Care.
The Assistant Nurse Manager will help facilitate the delivery of orientation to all new staff, provide clinical supervision, support and guide staff and oversee the management of resources including staffing and staff development.
The Assistant Nurse Manager will support in the provision of weekly monitoring reports, monthly commissioners’ reports and management reports as required. Conducting pre-discharge and ongoing assessments of clients is also part of this role, as well as drafting care plans as part of the National Framework for Provision of Homecare Services to Children with Complex Care Needs.
-Nursing Qualification and registered with NMBI
-Evidence of continuous professional development
-Full, clean driving licence
-Ability to demonstrate sound knowledge in homecare combined with an understanding of future trends, health service organisations and trends nationally and internationally
-Proven experience in general and risk management processes and systems and familiarity in clinical governance.
-Core aptitudes will be: act as a good role model; excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills; leadership; flexibility and person centeredness
-Experience of leading/managing a team is desirable
About Resilience Care
Resilience Care provides outreach, respite and residential programmes and supports to people with disabilities (intellectual, physical and sensory), and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder, supporting those who may present with behaviours that challenge.