Deputy Nurse Manager - Large Home - Brighton

Brighton, East Sussex, England bn1 8SF
£56160 - £59176 per annum + NMC fees paid, 5.6 wks hols, overtime pay
Junior Management
Client Group:
Older People
Older Persons Mental Health
Adult General Nursing

Deputy Manager - Nurse trained

Nursing home - BRIGHTON


40 hours a week

Recruitment Panda are very pleased to assisting this rather luurious GOOD rated Nursing Home find their next Deputy Manager.

The home is large with 4 departmental managers that will be overseen by the Deputy Manager

The Deputy Manager is responsible for ensuring a high level of clinical care and governance is provided to residents, meeting all statutory and regulatory requirements and leading the clinical team, providing strong clinical knowledge, leadership and management to ensure the highest standards are achieved in all areas of the home including relationship centered care, clinical care and dementia care.

It is much easier to talk about this role, why don't you give me a call at Recruitment Panda - Emma we can talk about it and the employer.

Requirements for this position

Essential Qualifications *RN qualified with strong clinical experience. *Dementia Qualification for Dementia Care Homes. Experience *Minimum of two years shift leadership and management in a care home. *Proven track record in a care home environment delivering high quality care. *Proven track record leading, empowering, supporting and motivating a clinical team. *Experience delivering high quality relationship centered care (Desirable). Skills and knowledge *Strong leadership skills.

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Emma Mansell

Emma joined Recruitment Panda in 2016, an enthusiastic professional with a real ability to multitask in an effective manner.

As a midwife, she mentored and trained Students, Maternity Support Workers and other HCP's and has a very good understanding of the benefits and constraints that affect both clinical and residential care.

She has two children, a flock of chickens, two horses and four cats. 

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