Chase Resourcing are delighted to announce we are recruiting for a Community Intervention Nurse Manager
The CIT Nurse Manager will play a key role in the management and development of the CIT service in the Cork region. The post holder is responsible to ensure that the optimum standard of service is delivered on a daily basis within CIT, maintaining the quality of patient care, developing existing and new services as necessary and meeting strict deadlines and KPIs as set out by the organisation.
To be central in leading the recruitment and selection process of a suitable CIT Services Manager.
Oversee and conduct the orientation programme for a smooth transition of the new appointment.
Ensure a complete programme of orientation and training is conducted with the new appointment and is documented fully.
Lead out the EPMS development and operationalise the computerised system.
Meeting strict deadlines and KPIs.
Under the leadership of the Clinical Manager/General Manager ensure the delivery of the highest standards.
Exercise authority of the CIT service.
Ensure the assessment of clinical care is implemented regularly, ensuring that where appropriate, patients are involved.
Monthly clinical site visit audits to be completed.
Become involved in the organisation and implementation of any change relevant to the service and to provide leadership in the delivery of CIT.
Contribute to the maintenance of a safe environment in accordance with Health and Safety Policy and to monitor H&S regularly and implement changes in practice if relevant.
Take responsibility for communicating to staff, liaising with other members of the multidisciplinary team through meeting, e-mails and telephone and communication to all stakeholders as required.
Participate in the setting of budgets, ensuring that agreed budgets are managed effectively, working within the constraints of budgets and provide monthly reports to the General Manager.
Promote the concept of team working in a multi-disciplinary setting through effective practice.
Match activity levels with staffing and take responsibility for staff, appraisal, training, and discipline.
Responsible for the recruitment, selection and retention of all staff as required.
Development of competencies for all staff and ensure all staff maintain mandatory competency for nursing practice.
Participate and supervise staff development in accordance with their needs, within budget constraints to meet the changing needs of the patients.
Have responsibility for evidence-based practice in nursing through audit, clinical supervision, complaints and investigations of incidents and near misses and reporting of same, in line with the Clinical Governance agenda.
Provide the necessary co-ordination and deployment of staff with the responsibility in ensuring that skill mix takes account of fluctuating workloads and ensuring maximisation of available resources.
Responsible for maintaining own professional development and update, attending courses and study days as deemed necessary.
Management of rosters to ensure optimum achieved on resourcing.
Promote a culture that values diversity and respect in the workplace
Act as an advocate for all management and clinical matters.
Be a champion on digital technologies that develop.
Oversee in the ordering of stock, being responsible for the budget and to take responsibility.
Maintain records and manage data.
Ensuring that regular audit of quality is in place to allow managerial action to identify gaps in systems and take remedial action when quality expectations are not met. Regular Quality audits are carried out and actions and improvement plans are in place.
Support the Management team in developing the vision for the organisation.
Development of a quality assurance strategy, HIQA standards and Risk Assessment for CIT.
Maintain professional standards in relation to confidentiality, ethics, and legislation
Nature of Work
The post holder will lead and develop the CIT service provision throughout Cork initially. They will contribute strategically and operationally to the effective running of the CIT service. The post holder must also ensure adherence to all South Doc programmes, policies and procedures.
The CIT Services Manager will ensure that an ongoing programme for CIT improvement initiatives is developed, implemented and managed throughout Cork initially. Staff will be continuously updated and advised. The post holder will have influence on the management and investment of a significant resource budget. All expenditures will be monitored for the effective utilisation of internal or external resources.
The CIT Services Manager will report to the Clinical Manager. The CIT Services Manager will have overall responsibility for the smooth operation of the service. The CIT Services Manager will meet the Clinical Manager on a weekly basis in headquarters and will be in regular communication through informal progress meetings, written reports, general discussions etc. The CIT Services Manager will meet the CIT Clinical Development Specialist as required along with weekly briefings (Meetings/Telephone Calls).
Scope of resources
Manage the provision and operation of the CIT service throughout Cork initially.
Ensure the effective utilisation of the CIT budget;
Person specification – Post Holder Attributes, Qualities & Education
Professional qualification e.g. RGN, Business qualification
A minimum of 5 years post-registration experience including 2 years in practice/community nursing
Relevant professional managerial work experience with a minimum of 3 years at management level, CNM1
Knowledge of clinical governance
Instructor level in a range of specific areas for key training of nurses
Ability to travel to Cork, Kerry, and meetings in Dublin and nationally when required
Team working/Own initiative
If you are interested in applying for this role, please forward a copy of your CV to email@example.com or call 00353669762007.