RNLD Clinical Lead
Thornbury Community Services (Part of Acacium Group)
Field based role with frequent travel across Middlesbrough
Permanent, Full Time Monday-Friday
Option of a 9 day working fortnight
Salary: £42,000-£45,000 DOE + 5% annual bonus + £3,000 car allowance
Unlock your potential:
We have a new opportunity in our Learning Disability, Autism and Mental Health service to appoint a Clinical Lead, where you will be accountable for a caseload of services across your allocated region to ensure our clients receive world class care.
In this role you will assess, plan, implement and review services, ensuring that care plans, risk assessments and protocols are in place and up to date. You will train, coach and develop the staff teams to ensure consistency, structure and commitment to our clients and families. You will effectively work alongside families, the operations, recruitment and compliance teams to safeguard clients and staff and to enable clients to have the best opportunity to live a fulfilling and rewarding life.
Part of Acacium Group, Thornbury Community Services, rated outstanding in our most recent CQC inspection, provides complex care in the community. We have an outstanding, high quality reputation of being able to stabilise highly complex packages of care quickly and with the ability to minimise risk, whilst keeping the client and their families at the centre of what we do. We offer a fantastic company culture in such a rewarding environment, where everyone works towards a common goal, all teams working collaboratively and putting our clients needs at the heart of our business!
Every day you will...
- Be the allocated nurse for clients, observing behaviours, applying positive behaviour support techniques and identifying a care plan which is unique to the client with the end aim of improving behaviour and minimising behaviour that challenges
- Conduct regular supervisions and annual appraisals
- Offer guidance and support from a clinical perspective to care givers and ensure that the right restraint techniques are being used and the care plan is being adhered to
- Complete daily records including incident and accident recording and adhere to confidentiality policies handling information appropriately, undertake investigations for incidents or complaints
What's in it for you?
We love exceptional people, and in return, we offer an exciting place to work, with a wide range of benefits, rewards and opportunities to grow your career, including:
- Unrivalled career opportunities that come from being part of a global group made up of over 20 healthcare, staffing and life sciences businesses
- Learning & development opportunities tailored to your role that will count towards your PIN re-validation, as well as fully funded qualifications
- Gym Flex- discounted gym memberships, UK-wide
- Events and incentives including regular team away days
- Rewards Portal offering discounts on shops, restaurants, bars and cinemas
- Rewards and recognition programme awarding monthly vouchers to nominated employees
- Opportunity to opt into a 9 day working fortnight - work an extra 50 minutes each day and get an additional day of annual leave every fortnight
- Free flu vaccinations
- Cycle to Work scheme
- Life Assurance, Critical Illness Cover and Private Medical Insurance
- Optional charity involvement with 2 paid charity days a year
Join us and make a difference!
If you want to join a global, marketing-leading organisation who are committed to the human side of business, then look no further. Acacium Group is the UK’s largest healthcare staffing and solutions partner and specialise in the healthcare, social care, and life sciences industries. We are a business with scale, leading digital capabilities and a strong financial profile, with a vision to be the leading global healthcare solutions partner.
We are powered by the best people and have an unrivalled and diverse range of capabilities, all while incorporating our company values into everything we do - Putting People First, Always by your Side, Driven by Excellence.
Join us and play a key part of shaping the future of society and improving people’s lives!
In this role you ideally have...
- Have a RNLD registration, band 6 or equivalent
- Have experience in working with people who present with behaviours that challenge
- Be resilient with the ability to work on your own and to have excellent time management skills in order to manage your own case load
- Drives with access to a vehicle