We have opportunities available for passionate and knowledgeable nurses to work as Clinical Leads in both our Complex and Learning Disability, Autism and Mental Health services; offering permanent positions with excellent rates of pay and comprehensive benefits package. Take a look below to view our latest Clinical Lead jobs in your area or register with us to learn more about the role and future job opportunities.
What’s in it for you?
We offer a world class career progression pathway with an array of learning & development opportunities tailored to your role, that will count towards your PIN re-validation. We can give you the tools, guidance and support you need to be successful in your career.
You can also take advantage of opportunities to enhance your experience and skill set by moving across the global organisation, if that was something that appeals to you further down the line.
We also offer plenty of other benefits and perks with a few set out below:
- £42,000-£45,000 DOE
- 5% annual bonus scheme
- £3,000 car allowance
- 9 day fortnight
- 25 days annual leave
- Workplace pension scheme
- Gym Flex- discounted gym memberships, UK-wide!
- Regular events and incentives
- Discounted Tastecard membership
- Reward Portal, offering discounts on shops, restaurants and bars
- Free flu vaccinations
- Health Assessments and Dental Insurance
- Life Assurance, Critical Illness Cover and Private Medical Insurance
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A typical working day as a clinical lead
Working as a community clinical lead at TCS, you can expect visits to clients' homes, clinical reviews, team meetings and clinical documentation reviews. You may conduct supervisions and behavioural data evaluation, and intervention development as well. The role of a clinical lead is client-facing, so there are opportunities to build professional working relationships with the clients, their families and the healthcare professionals.
A community clinical lead’s responsibilities:
- You will be responsible for providing direct support to staff teams, candidate education and skill competency development
- Attend meetings with healthcare professionals, family members and internal teams
- Conducting initial assessments of our clients’ needs to inform the package preparation process
- Development of clinical documentation
- Building and maintaining professional and meaningful relationships with clients, their families and healthcare professionals
What to expect when visiting a client’s home
When our community clinical leads visit our clients, one of the first things they check is the client's general wellbeing to make sure they are happy and content with everything taking place in their home.
They will also ensure the nurses and support workers are receiving the support they need to deliver person-centred care to our clients.
As well as directly engaging with clients and staff teams within their homes and community, you will observe how they interact with each other. This will involve assessing their body language, facial expressions, tone of voice and activity engagement to establish a sense of the client’s “comfort” within our care.
To ensure you and everyone in your team is getting the support or guidance you need. Regular meetings and catch-ups take place so everyone is up to date with client information, any changes to packages of care and changes within the business. The meetings allow you to spend quality time with the different people in our clinical team and senior management.