Clinical Lead - Mental Health/Learning Disabilities
- Adjuvo Care & Support
- £33,000 - £40,000
- Construction & Building Services
- Contract Type
- Full Time
Adjuvo Care are currently recruiting for a Clinical Lead to support our fantastic supported living/residential services In the South. These properties offer a service which provides accommodation and support for individuals who have mental health issues and/or learning disabilities. At Adjuvo Care we recognise that the success and growth of our business is all down to our dedicated and passionate staff team, and we are currently looking to appoint additional super star to our management team. Job Overview To support the Regional Manager and Registered Manager in providing clinical leadership to the care and support staff Leading, supporting and facilitating the nursing and medical needs of Service Users To support senior management in the delivery of high-quality care and support. Undertake required training and development where needed. To perform in accordance with standards agreed with the Registered Manager and the Registered Provider and to follow legislative requirements, relevant regulations and accepted best practice Location - Regional Role Specific Duties Ensure Service Users are at the heart of care delivery and their wishes and preferences are acted upon The efficient and effective day to day management of care delivery and the staff team to ensure that required standards are maintained Ensure all recording systems and organisational documentation are of a high standard and kept up to date. Provide support and guidance for care staff on nursing and medical matters that are in the scope of being a clinical lead. Act as a shift leader to monitor and direct the effective running of the unit or other defined areas of responsibility Ensure all staff receive formal supervisions and appraisals Oversee the development and implementation of the duty rota ensuring skills mix and numbers on duty are appropriate for the assessed needs of the Service Users Be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of those individuals they support Working with Others Develop effective working relationships with all employees within the service Work in cooperation with members of the multi-disciplinary teams to maximise opportunities for people in the service Understand when external healthcare support is required, and liaise with them to ensure best outcomes for people that use services Identify information, concerns and ideas for improvement and share them with senior management of the service Leading By Example Seek opportunities for personal and professional growth Work within the relevant Code of Conduct, e.g. NMC Ensure that developments in best practice are researched, shared, understood and implemented Personal Responsibilities Be registered with the relevant body and work within the associated Code of Conduct Understand the regulatory framework that governs the service, including the role of CQC and their requirements Understand the Health and Safety requirements associated with the role Essential Requirements Must be qualified and experienced within a Social Care profession i.e. Occupational Therapist, Speech and Language Therapist, Psychologist, Qualified Nurse. Desirable Qualified RMN with active pin number. If this position could be of interest to you, please send your CV in and a member of our recruitment team will be in touch.