Clinical Team Leader

Employer
Priory Group
Location
North Yorkshire, York
Salary
£37992 - £40455 per annum + £3000 welcome/retention bonus
Closing date
11 Jun 2022
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Job Details

Stockton Hall Hospital is a medium secure 112 bedded unit spanning over 7 wards, caring for people with mental illness, personality disorders and learning disabilities.

As a Clinical Team leader you will be working within a Multi-disciplinary team alongside nursing and allied professionals based within the ward environment. This is an exciting position which offers the opportunity to develop a wide range of skills in a busy MSU. You will need to be highly motivated, an excellent communicator, good team player, innovative, solution focused with a positive can do attitude. If you are that person we would love to hear from you.

The role includes

* Demonstrating clear professional and compassionate leadership, deliver high quality, safe nursing care, ensuring consistently high standards of practice and clinical excellence which comply with the Nursing and Midwifery (NMC) Code.

* Working with the staff team to address the aspirations of the organisation in promoting a positive culture, which includes supervising RNs, HCWs and students, to promote and maintain a safe and therapeutic regime

* Work in partnership with the audit and compliance manager to lead and support colleagues to achieve compliance against key performance indicators and Priory performance framework by regular use of clinical and environmental audits and use these to ensure further learning and continuous service improvements

* Demonstrating a sound knowledge of local safeguarding processes, the CQC standards, KLOE and expected outcomes, and promote these in their practice

* Taking the lead in an agreed Quality Improvement strategy for the wards to improve the Quality of care delivered.

* To be fully conversant and comply with current legislation and professional standards.

* Contributing to pre-admission and post admission assessments

* Working collaboratively with the individuals to develop their care plan, positive risk management plan and Positive Behaviour Support plans

* Supporting colleagues in the formulation and delivery of a comprehensive package of care developed with the patient/service user to place them at the heart of our service.

* Taking charge of the ward as and when is required with occasional site responsibilities.

* The post holder must hold RMN/RNLD Qualification

Please note all candidates should have a minimum of 18 months experience.

Company

Nursing at Priory Healthcare

At Priory Healthcare, we’re passionately committed to making a real and lasting difference for everyone we support. But that’s just the start. As a recognised leader in the healthcare sector, we’re equally passionate about harnessing the potential of everyone on our team – including our rapidly growing community of RMN’s.

So join us and we can promise you one of the most dynamic and supportive career environments in the sector.

We are already the largest mental health provider in Europe and treat upwards of 80 conditions in over 275 facilities around the country. But look beyond our size and you will also discover an unrivalled reputation for providing quality, inspiring innovation and delivery value for our service users.

What does this mean for you? More than you might imagine.

For a start, there’s greater clinical diversity here than anywhere outside of the NHS. This offers you the chance to develop your career at the forefront of nursing practice in one or  more of our six specialist areas – Acute Mental Healthcare, Secure, Rehabilitation and Complex Care, Eating Disorders and Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

You will enjoy excellent learning and development resources, too. In addition to benefiting from our award-winning e-learning programme, your structured career progression could include supported study for specialist diplomas, preceptorships if you are newly qualified, a range of other externally accredited courses, the option of becoming a trainer on your own site, and much more besides.

Our working environment and culture are also exceptional. You will be part of a multidisciplinary team of doctors, psychiatrists, therapists and other health care specialists. We don’t just work together. We listen to each other, share ideas, explore new ways of doing things and actively pursue innovation and excellence is all that we do. So while the work can be incredibly demanding, you will never lack the support, collaboration and encouragement you need to perform to your best and achieve your true potential.

As for recognition and rewards, they are everything you would expect from an organisation that values your expertise and commitment. And your career prospects? Well, the sheer scope and scale of our behavioural care services – and the pace of our development as a business – means that you can grow as far and fast as we do.

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