This position is available on a full-time or ad-hoc basis to start on 10/08/2017 with a pay of .
To be successful in this role you will possess the following Essential Criteria:
Degree Qualification in Nursing
Right to work in Ireland
Minimum 1 year nursing experience
You don’t need to be a car driver for this role
Post: CNM 2
Under the direction of: Director of Nursing
Accountable to: Director of Nursing
The CNM 2, will co-ordinate and lead in the implementation and provision
of quality care. He/she will: Manage resources, lead the team
and be accountable for nursing activity and outcomes of care. Function as a role
model, promote best practice in the delivery of care, and provide clinical expertise
and support within the Inter Disciplinary Team. Support, assist and facilitate
colleagues in achieving positive outcomes as developed for the
ward/Unit/Department. Encourage a culture of openness and participation
through effective communication.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
The Clinical Nurse Manger 2 will:
To effectively manage the activities of the ward assigned.
To develop nursing and operational policies regarding the care of the patient and the family, in keeping with the philosophy and policies of the hospital Services
To identify resources and facilities required to manage the ward.
Manage all resources efficiently and effectively with agreed budgets.
To ensure adequate levels of ward stocks/supplies are maintained.
To ensure that appropriate, accurate and concise records are maintained at all times.
To maintain records of patients’ valuables handed over for safekeeping.
To ensure that the working environment is as safe and healthy as possible for patients, staff and visitors.
To plan and co-ordinate duty rotas and annual leave. Ensure accurate records of attendance and absenteeism are maintained.
To participate in and undertake individual performance review using a self-assessment model.
To advise and support staff about administrative issues.
Facilitate co-ordination, co-operation and liaison across multidisciplinary team and programmes and promote community liaison.
To liaise closely with household and catering staff with regard to patients’ needs.
To liaise with nursing colleagues and attend/ participate at meetings as required.
To arrange exit interviews for staff prior to their departure date.
To ensure that all registered staff is aware of their legal responsibilities as regards the prescription, administration and custody of drugs.
To be familiar with and ensure all staff is familiar and adheres to the hospital policies and procedures. Ensure policies, procedures are implemented,
To support the introduction and utilization of information management systems at ward level.