Are you looking to take your career to the next level?
If so, our client is one of London’s busiest acute hospitals, serving more than 350,000 people and they our now recrutiing for a Deputy Ward Manager to join their hospital.
Our client is based in North London and they have great travel links via train car and bus into central London making your commute that much easier! They are looking for a dedictaed and enthusiatic nurse who is looking for a new challnege in there career.
- Registered Nurse
- Mentorship training
- Bsc in Research or Health related subject
- Teaching and written presentation skills.
- Ability to formulate and
- deliver objectives to timetable
- Excellent organizational and self-management skills and able to lead a
- small team in the
- absence of the ward manager
- Ability to work on own
- initiative and as a team player
- Demonstrate motivation and flexibility.
- You need to liaise with other relevant internal/external agencies to ensure optimum progression of care.
- You have to assist Ward Manager with continuing responsibility for health and safety including the safe use and maintenance of medical devices.
- Important that you assist the Ward Manager with managing the delegated budget.
- You will provide sound leadership and motivation for staff. Be actively involved in recruitment and staff development reviews. Facilitate orientation and training programmes. To oversee the general management of ward clerks. To act as nurse or ward representative at local and wider meetings.
- You need to share responsibility with the Ward Manager for maintaining staff records e.g. sickness, annual leave.
- You must work within the boundaries of clinical governance as defined by the Trust.
- You need to respond appropriately to a rapidly changing environment whilst maintaining the status quo.
- You have to deal with complaints from relatives/patients, to prevent further escalation whilst
- You need to be professional accountability for all actions and recognise limitations of the role.
- You will act as a clinical expert and role model providing specialist knowledge and advice to both nurses and junior medical staff working within the ward/unit. Act as a resource to other areas within the Trust as required.
- Important for you to aim for proficiency in all appropriate extended practices within the defined clinical area and demonstrate up to date knowledge and skills.
- Vital that you assess, implement and evaluate the delivery of patient care of each individual patient’s care, taking into consideration the physical, psychological, social and spiritualneeds.
- You must be actively involved in the collection of data regarding clinical audit, trials/studies and endorsing positive outcomes into clinical practice.
- You need to comply with the Trust’s manual handling policy due to the requirement to assert moderate physical effort frequently throughout the shift.
- You must participate and assist with systematic monitoring of performance and evaluationof nursing practice.
- You ahve to ensure that medical instructions are implemented as appropriate, report fully on patient status, including continence, mobility, tissue viability to medical and nursing staff
- You need to lead the team when designated ‘in charge’ ensuring the maintenance of a high and safe standard of care
- Annual leave
- Outer London Payment
- Flexible working
- Pension scheme
- Training and Education
- Health and Wellbeing
- Car Parking
- Places to eat
if this role sounds like soemthing of interest, then make sure you apply today!