• Older People |
• Older Persons Mental Health
|Pay:||GBP£45000 - £50000 per annum|
|Location:||Rotherham, South Yorkshire, EnglandS60 1TG|
Sam credits his affinity for the care sector to his Granny, who passed away in 2016 after a five year battle with Dementia.
What is the definition of a Nursing Home?
"Nursing homes are a type of residential care that provide around-the-clock nursing care for elderly people. Twenty-four-hour nursing care is available. Nursing homes will provide short-term rehabilitative stays following a surgery, illness or injury which may require physical therapy, occupational therapy or speech-language therapy. Nursing homes offer other services such as planned activities and daily housekeeping services. Nursing homes may also be referred to as convalescent care, skilled nursing or a long-term facility. Nursing homes may offer memory care services or have a separate area specified for memory care."
Hands up if you already knew this.
Now what is the definition of an Outstanding Nursing Home?
I bet lots of you could have a good bash at answering that and if so, it's you I would like to hear from.
My client are a family run nursing & residential home with a tremendous heritage. Originally invited by the local authority to take on the home, 20 years later and the owner is himself retired; but still as committed to public service as ever.
So what do you need to be the right fit for this post?
1. You must be a nurse, RGN or RMN with bags of elderly care experience
2. You must be a good leader, QCF5 qualified or equivalent
3. You must have proven your ability to lead clinically
4. You must not be a business person (no EBITDAR or P&L reporting required from you here)
5. You must be a committed manager
6. You must be up to date in terms of CQC care standards and be prepared to drive a bit of positive change
So that's it. A golden little opportunity with the potential to become permanent if you're that way inclined.
Please apply for full details.
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