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About the job
A Ward Manager is required to join an amiable Hospital located in Attleborough.
The hospital offers high quality care for adolescents and young adults, aged 12 and upwards who have complex needs. They provide assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for individuals with acute mental illness and developmental disorders. They offer transitional care and support in the transition from adolescence to adulthood.
The successful Manager will receive a competitive salary of �38,500 per annum with great additional benefits such as �1,000 on-call allowance, extra service annual leave awards, life assurance, private medical insurance and many more.
As a Ward Manager you will be expected to provide clear nursing leadership in support of the ward manager in their role. Being able to work collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary team and contribute to the development of others within the nursing team through supervision, mentoring and positive role model.
You role will be to:
� Providing clear leadership for the Nursing Team on a daily basis.
� Participate in the overall management of resources on site on a daily basis by the review of the hospital rota to ensure effective and appropriate deployment of staff.
� Support the Ward Manager in resource management for the unit.
� Work collaboratively with the Multi-Disciplinary Team.
� Contribute to pre-admission assessment of referred patients.
� Support the Ward Manager in maintaining health, safety, and security within legislative requirements and in adherence to policy and local protocols.
� Attend to Named Nurse responsibilities.
� Supporting the nursing team and contributing to patient assessments, compiling a plan of care alongside the individual, and monitoring patient progress.
� Contribute to the development of others within the team through supervision, mentoring and positive role modelling.
� Mentoring and supporting student nurses and other members of the team.
� To support the Ward Manager in the completion of local audits, the attendance to action identified and feedback of completed actions.
� To maintain high standards of care and treatment at all times working within the pivotal role between the unit, the MDT, external professionals the families and carers of the young people in the service.
To be considered for this role you must be RMN or RNLD Qualified with experience within a supervisory role.
Reference ID: 2306