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Clinical Nurse Manager – Clare

Reference JOB-27646

Location Clare

Job Type Permanent

Category Nursing

URGENT – CLNICAL NURSE MANAGER – CLARE 

Support of another CNM while on Duty on a 32 Bedded Unit supported by Staff Nurses and Healthcare Assistants.

working both Clinical and Supernumerary hours. (2 days working on the floor supervising staff and 2 days off the floor doing paperwork / rosters etc.)

No Night Duty

TTM Healthcare in Partnership with our client a 32 Bedded Residential Care Home based in Co. Clare are inviting applications for the role of Clinical Nurse Manager. For this role you will need to have a level of management experience and ideally have completed a QQ1 Level 6 Leadership & Management Course.

The role includes working both Clinical and Supernumerary hours. (2 days working on the floor supervising staff and 2 days off the floor doing paperwork / rosters etc.) Working with another CNM in a 32 Bedded Unit 

Duties & Responsibilities:

Clinical Practice

To ensure the delivery of the highest standards of nursing and social care which meet the individual needs of each resident by:

Ensuring that the home policies and best clinical standards are always practiced.

Working with different staff members in all areas to ensure that standards are maintained. Identify areas that may be of concern and follow up with the Director of Nursing to put action plans put in place.

Reviewing residents with pressure sores /sustained falls / clinically unwell, through clinical practices and documentation to ensure appropriate management plan is in place.

Troubleshoot any ongoing clinical issues and non-clinical issues and escalating to the Director of Nursing.

Perform comprehensive assessments of residents and monitor ongoing assessments and modifications.

Medication Management

Supervise medication administration and compliance by nursing staff.

Order monthly stock and compile monthly stock inventory.

Review medication audits with Director of Nursing and improve standards.

Liaise with GPs and pharmacy with regards to medication reviews and audits.

Staff Supervision & Training

Work alongside and be a visible presence with the Staff Nurses and Care Assistants. Participate in Training & Development/Performance Appraisal for Staff Nurses and Care Assistants in conjunction with the Director of Nursing.

Work with Care Assistants, ensuring that they have a professional, yet caring approach to the residents, and that they provide a high standard of direct care.

Ensure the implementation of the Named Nurse and Named Care Assistant practice and monitor the effectiveness of individuals in relation to their assigned residents.

Assess training needs in conjunction with the Director of Nursing and implement in house training, such as infection control, palliative care, understanding challenging behaviour.

Auditing

Review recent admissions ensuring appropriate assessments, planning implementation and evaluation of care is documented.

In addition to observing practice, the CNM also monitors standards of cleanliness and hygiene, and fosters an effective working relationship and good communication between Staff Nurses, Care Assistants, and housekeeping staff.

Responsible for ensuring environmental and hand hygiene audits are carried out regularly and thoroughly and that action plans are implemented and sustained.

Responsible for carrying out of medication audits, health & safety audits, risk assessments and drawing up risk management plans – in conjunction with the Director of Nursing. Responsible for auditing and for addressing any issues in relation to documentation – in association with Staff Nurses and Care Assistants.

Residents/Relatives 

Person Centre Interact and support residents and families daily.

The CNM is a key point of contact for all relatives and visitors and an ambassador for the home.

Ensure that complaints are swiftly deal with at the point of contact.

Management Ability to assist with all the Director of Nursing responsibilities to effectively take on the role when covering for annual leave.

Be responsible for daily activities including checking and managing rosters when required, attending handovers, reviewing resident progress

Support and develop clinical practice through a hands-on approach with Staff Nurses and Care Assistants in the delivery of care.

Implement Company Health and Safety Policy to safeguard the safety and welfare of staff, residents and others.

Qualifications, Skills and Attributes

First level registration.

Previous managerial training / experience, an advantage.

Registered on the NMBI live register.

Excellent Leadership, Organisational and Communication skills.

Sound decision making ability.

Ability to motivate self and others and work on own initiative.

Ability to work well and promote a team environment.

Results driven.

All posts are subject to satisfactory references, medical and Garda vetting.

The Contact

For further information on this role, please contact Brenda on 01-5136740 or email your cv in confidence to brenda.freeney@ttmehealthcare.com 

Brenda Freeney

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