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Clinical Day Services Manager

Organisation
Rennie Grove Hospice Care
Post date
9 February 2022
Closing date
8 March 2022
Location
St Albans
Salary
Rennie Grove Band 7 £40,019 - £45,675pa (pro rata)
Hours
30 - 37.5 hours per week
Contact email
jobs@renniegrove.org

The role of Clinical Day Services Manager is in place to manage the strategic and overall development of Day Services within Hertfordshire, under the leadership of the Head of Nursing & Patient Services, Hertfordshire.

You will work Grove House, St Albans but travel between Rennie Grove offices will be required, on occasion, plus time out in the community. Therefore a car and driving licence will be essential.

You’ll need:

  • to be a first level registered general nurse, registered clinical practitioner or registered with HCPC
  • to be advanced assessment skills training qualified or commitment to commence this qualification within two years of being appointed to the position
  • relevant post-registration experience at Band 6 or above in palliative care, cancer care or day services
  • proven experience of managing people/strong clinical leadership
  • proven experience of effective team working
  • experience of successfully implementing and supporting change
  • a caring and empathetic approach.

We offer development, flexible working, opportunities to sustain your NHS pension, opportunities to volunteer and 27 days’ holiday per year plus bank holidays (pro rata).

At Rennie Grove Hospice Care, we’re all about making every moment matter for our patients and families, and you can play your part in that. We provide care and support for adults and children diagnosed with cancer and other life-limiting illness, and their families, visiting day and night. It’s important work and, to make it all happen, we need talented and passionate people.

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If successful, you’ll join on the first working day of the month so we can best support you with our structured induction programme.

The government has announced that from 1 April 2022, all frontline NHS staff, health and social care workers, and volunteers working in England who have face-to-face contact with service users, will need to provide evidence that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 unless they are medically exempt.

For an informal chat about this role contact Judith Moore, Head of Nursing & Patient Services, Hertfordshire on 07393 232724.

Closing: 8 March 2022 at 12 noon

Interviews: 24 March 2022

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