Are you a lead nurse at the top of your game looking for a new challenge? Our client is looking for a Regional Lead Nurse in the North London area to work full-time at 37.5 hours per week on a salary of £48,000 to £50,000 depending on your nursing experience.
As the Regional Lead Nurse you would be responsible for ensuring the clinical success of the firm within a defined region - North London.
Your Regional Lead Nurse Benefits:
- Paid business travel or use of pool car
- 25 days annual leave plus 8 bank holidays and a company pension
- Work flexibly between field and office
- Become part of an inclusive and welcoming team and nursing culture
Reporting to the Director of Nursing and working in close partnership with the Regional Care Manager, you will lead the Nurse Case Managers within the region and be responsible for the achievement of service delivery and growth, and client, carer and commissioner satisfaction in line with agreed quality objectives.
Working closely with the Regional Care Manager, you will have a key role in driving business growth and creating, building on collaborative relationships with all key stakeholders.
Your skills and qualifications:
You must be qualified to level 6 or 7 and be within commutable distance to North London. You should have clinical or nursing management experience with excellent customer service and communication skills. A working knowledge of regulatory requirements is also a must. You'll have experience managing and inspiring a nursing team alongside excellent planning, organisational skills, and the mindset to be calm and considered under pressure.
Please get in touch today if this Regional Lead Nurse role in North London appeals to you. We'll be in touch shortly to review and walk you through the next steps. Even if this nursing role doesn't work out, there are more RMN nurse, Registered Nurse and Regional Lead Nurse roles coming online so don't forget to check in next week!
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