Position – Hospital Manager – Rehabilitation Unit
Ref – STHMSCC
Salary – £45,000 - £56,000
Hours – Full time
We are seeking a Hospital Manager to join our well established client in there award winning site in Chester. The hospital is 26 bedded and caters for individuals who require specialist rehabilitation.
Our Client is an independent sector provider of services for patients with brain injuries.
This is an exciting opportunity for you to be working for a Company that is passionate about providing the best care in the best environment.
The hospital manager post is a critical position in terms of ensuring the smooth operational running of the hospital and ensuring that the nursing team provides the best possible clinical care for the patients. The role entails successfully managing the multidisciplinary team within agreed standards, budgets, targets, timetables and constraints in accordance with strategic and operational plans of the hospital.
• Take overall responsibility for the 24 hour management of the service, delegating responsibility and accountability, where appropriate, to the unit’s senior staff.
• Ensure that the nursing service complies with the requirements of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014.
• Develop, implement and evaluate the model of care and care pathway approach that has been agreed by the service, requirements for neurorehabilitation patients.
• Lead the implementation of a system of clinical effectiveness that ensures the provision and delivery of care is increasingly driven by evidence of effectiveness provided by applying the best available knowledge, derived from research, clinical expertise and patient preferences to achieve the optimum outcomes of care for patients.
• Lead the implementation of, and adherence to Clinical Governance and risk management systems to ensure the continuous improvement of the quality of the service and to safeguard high standards of care created in an environment in which excellence in clinical care will flourish.
• Use effective management and leadership skills to lead the multidisciplinary team and the service.
• Use effective management and leadership skills to implement line management arrangements for all nurses and support workers within a supportive and developmental framework.
• Ensure that clinical policy and practice is of the recognised standard across the services and is associated with a sound evaluation process.
• Ensure that good clinical practice is recognised, facilitated and evaluated.
Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.