Title: RGN Nurse Team Leader
Location: Niton, Isle of Wight, PO38
Nearest Station: Not Applicable
Wage: £23.00 Weekdays | £25.00 Weekends | Gross per Hour
Driver Essential? Yes
Essential: Registered General Nurse, experience in a clinical lead role, registered PIN
Start Date: ASAP, this is a permanent position
Days & Hours: 36 contracted hour per week
Family/Client Pets: Yes, 2 dogs. One of which is an assistance dog
About this client/child:
Leah is 19 years old, a bright, outgoing and fun-loving young woman with a passion for stand-up comedy, theatre and baking. Leah sustained an Acquired Brain Injury in her early teens, as a result, she has a physical disability and is a wheelchair user. She has complex medical needs including a permanent tracheostomy and catheter. Leah lives at home with her family in a fully adapted house. We are recruiting a full care team to provide round the clock assistance for Leah and require an experience RGN Nurse Lead to manage the care team.
Overview of role:
As the RGN Team Leader, you will be responsible for managing and leading a team of support workers, organising rotas, training, updating care plans, following therapy programmes, arranging team meetings, supervisions etc. You will be required to work a mixture of day and waking night shifts (3 x 12 hour). Leah has complex medical needs and can deteriorate quickly, she requires support with all aspects of daily activities, personal care routine, accessing the community and participating in activities. You will work closely with Leah’s MDT and family to further develop self-help and independent living skills. This is a permanent position offering £23.00 weekdays and £25.00 weekends gross per hour.
Who this job would suit:
An experienced RGN with a team/nurse lead background. Ideally, you will have worked within a family setting and can demonstrate a clear understanding of the difference between working in a home versus a clinical ward setting and apply this to your new role. Leah is looking for an RGN who lives on, or willing to relocate to the Isle of Wight, someone who is a confident driver and can commit to a full-time contract, on a permanent basis.
What’s great about this job:
Leah is a very capable young woman, embarking on a new and exciting phase in her life; she is a pleasure to work with. As the Team Leader, you will have the opportunity to lead a newly recruited care team and set a high standard of care and practice; ensuring Leah reaches her full potential and lives life to the full.
Client/Family met by Snap?
No, we are working in association with a case manager on this vacancy; they will be carrying out all recruitment, including shortlisting and interviewing. By applying for this vacancy, you agree to Snap Care sending your CV and contact details directly to our client for their consideration. Please see our website for more info on how Snap works with associated companies/clients.
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