Are you passionate about delivering and empowering other to deliver high quality, patient centred care in a fast paced environment?
If you have answered yes to the above then we would encourage you to submit your application online or get in touch with our Nurse Recruiter.
In last 8 months we have invested heavily in Priory Hospital Norwich in order to revitalise our service and ensure that we put our patients at the centre of everything we do. We are currently in the process of a phased opening and are looking for candidates who are committed to being a part of our long term journey. The hospital focuses on adult acute services, and currently has one male and one female wards open, with a new female acute ward opening soon and potential for additional future wards. The aim of the hospital is to offer a high standard of patient centred care at all times whilst promoting a supportive and enjoyable work environment. Due to the 24 hour nature of the unit, our nurses benefit from 24 hour medical and management cover in order to support the team on the ward to offer consistently high quality care at all times.
We are seeking talented and experienced nurses/social workers/occupational therapists who are keen to progress their career and feel that they have the potential management and leadership capability demanded by the role of Ward Manager. You must be qualified as a first level registered nurse with the NMC/registered with social Work England/HCPC, and must have a minimum of 3 years post qualifying experience working in mental health. Due to the high standards we set ourselves, an interest in quality improvement and patient centred care is a must.
As Ward Manager, your role will be to co-ordinate the quality and management of nursing care, patient care and the clinical environment. You will have the opportunity to participate fully with the multidisciplinary team and undertake direct patient care as well as managing delivery of clinical services within a ward, and ensuring it complies with statutory regulations, current legislation and meets quality standards. You will also have a key role in providing supervision and support and helping to develop and progress the staff working within the ward.