Osa Healthcare Recruitment is supporting our client to recruit a Mental Health Nurse Clinical Lead
Our client is a group of organisations working together to provide specialist rehabilitation, recovery and accommodation services in the southwest of England.
They specialise in providing community-based solutions to people with complex unmet needs that are transitioning out of psychiatric hospital or are at risk of readmission.
They have divisions dedicated to working with people who have been diagnosed with complex post-traumatic stress disorder, learning difficulties, enduring acute mental health disorders or have forensic histories.
They are looking to recruit a dynamic and enthusiastic Clinical Lead to oversee the clinical day to day operations of their new 13-bed step through rehabilitative facility in South Gloucestershire. Their service is for adult males aged 18-65 with a primary diagnosis of mental health illness transitioning out of psychiatric hospital. They operate on the core philosophy of promoting independence, health and social recovery, through the utilisation of bespoke rehabilitative support planning, innovative support delivery and nationally recognised risk management processes.
As the Clinical Lead, you will be expected to provide support, guidance and leadership to an innovative and compassionate clinical team. You will be expected to work in partnership with the therapeutic team to deliver a recovery focused clinical and therapeutic offering to male adults (aged 18-65) experiencing complex mental health difficulties using a wide range of bespoke care planning and risk management strategies.
Your team will be comprised of both nursing and front-line support staff and you will be expected to lead and continuously develop the clinical offering ensuring that the service’s values and visions are encapsulated and embedded into clinical practice and that person centred planning is integral to the clinical offering.
The main purpose of the role is to lead and continuously develop the clinical offering and staff team working in partnership with the therapeutic team to deliver a flexible, innovative, recovery focused service using bespoke care planning and risk management strategies enabling service users to achieve recovery, wellbeing and independence in a safe and supportive environment.
The service is dedicated to operating a sustainable organisation that delivers a flexible, outcomes driven, rehabilitative service that enables people to achieve recovery, wellbeing, and independence within a safe, supportive, and vibrant community.
Are you able to demonstrate sharing our values of ensuring Person-Centred Practice and individual service design is at the heart of everything that we do?
Do you have experience of supporting this extremely diverse group of people, and delivery of individualised and tailored support they require, which is enhanced by the community discharge and rehabilitation pathway.
Do you feel you can develop a supportive environment to enable people to grow and develop?
Can you inspire the people we support and your team to be ambitious and embrace new opportunities?
Are you loyal, are you able to put the needs of very complex people first?
Do you value unique ideas and ways of working, do you support innovative practices?
Can you work in and continue to develop open working environments and foster inclusive working cultures?
Can you bring energy, positivity and an engaging mind-set to work?
Are you passionate about enabling people to have a meaningful life, to have new experiences or even develop new skills?
Do you have the level of drive, determination and commitment required to engage in the development of the service from its inception in partnership with the Registered Manager and Senior Management team?
The Role Requirements
To lead, support and delegate the roles and responsibilities of the Nursing team within the service
To have a clear understanding of policies and procedures, as well as legislation and guidance related to clinical practice and governance including CQC Regulations
Able to demonstrate skills, attributes and knowledge in line with the NHS Clinical Leadership Competency Framework
Ability to lead meetings, bringing together service users, carers and wider health teams and take an active role in cross agency working
To deputise in the absence of the Registered Manager
Have an appropriate clinical registration or qualification in a relevant field
Be able to undertake appraisal of more junior clinical colleagues
Ability to develop positive behavioural support strategies and solutions enabling service users achieve their pathways to independence that promotes equality, diversity and inclusion
Able to analyse risk and implement strategies for its minimisation within a positive risk framework
Able to work collaboratively as part of the MDT both internally and with external stakeholders in an open and inclusive way
Have a robust knowledge of Safeguarding protocols, Mental Capacity Act (MCA) and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DOL's)
Able to analyse effectiveness and quality and make recommendations for improvements where this is identified as required
Proven track record of policy implementation and review
Strong administrative skills and outstanding record keeping
Knowledge of local services and resources to develop cross agency working and collaboration
Ability to deliver high quality rehabilitative support solutions
Able to work on own initiative and have good problem-solving capabilities as well as strong communication and observational skills
Experience of developing clinical practice
Experience of policy review and formulation
Experiencing of managing change within a clinical setting
Experience of coaching, mentoring and developing staff
A positive and inclusive approach to life
Be resilient and able to cope with challenging situations
Able to balance own plans and priorities with those of the service and other members of the team
Must be honest, innovative, organised, flexible, driven and resilient
The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS application
Able to undertake evening and weekend work, as well as core hours when necessary
A driver or cyclist and have access to transport.
Willingness to travel and work within our Bristol based Head Office when required and appropriate
Excellent salary that is tailored to your individual qualifications, skills and experience
Enrolment with Perkbox to receive discounted products and services including access to Perkbox Medical offering online access to GP Practitioners
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Generous pension scheme
Cycle to work scheme
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent