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Clinical Nurse Support Home Care (16hrs per week)

Clinical Nurse Support Home Care (16hrs per week)

  • Wicklow office
Right at Home provide a quality focussed home care service both to private and HSE clients.

Right at Home provide a quality focussed home care service both to private and HSE clients. It supports clients to remain in their own home with support from carers to carry out both personal care and household duties. We do all we can to ensure our clients can enjoy living at home in a safe and supported environment.

 Each client will have a personalised care plan developed following a care needs assessment which will be reviewed on a regular basis. We provide services to older people, people with disability and End of Life care.

 

Reporting Relationship

Reporting to the Managing Director 

 

 Purpose of Post

To support branch offices in the delivery of a quality focussed service that is based on researched and evidence-based practise.

To work with all other staff members and the management team.

Provide clinical knowledge that supports good practise.


Contract type: 16 hours per week, initially for a 12 month fixed term.

 

Principles Duties and Responsibilities

Practise role of staff nurse according to the Code of Professional Conduct as laid down by Nursing Midwifery Board Ireland and Professional Clinical Guidelines.

Work within the Scope of Practise and take measures to develop and maintain the competence necessary for professional practise.

Maintain a high standard of professional behaviour and be accountable for their practise.

Respect and maintain the privacy, dignity, and confidentiality of all their Clients

Work to promote and maintain the good name of Right at Home.

Work as a team member and respect all members of the team.

As Clinical member of the team, work with and support the Commercial Operations manager and Area managers in the development and expansion of Right at Home business.

Support Senior management and participate in weekly meetings providing all information requested i.e. KPIs.

Develop and review Standard Operating Procedures in line with best practise.

Provide ongoing training for Standard Operating procedures.

Review annual competency assessments in consultation with Area Managers  and provide and develop suitable training programmes as identified within the competency assessments.

Support Area Managers with the management of difficult cases.

Undertake home visits with Area Managers when the need is identified.

Undertake clinical audits of care plans.

Participate and monitor Keep Well Programme

Participate in the Induction of new staff.

Participate in promotion and implementation of infection prevention and control.

Be aware and comply with principles of risk management, health and safety and be responsible for all aspects of clinical governance.

Participate in performance reviews with their line manager, identifying areas for improvement and upskilling. 

Skills, Competencies required 

Leadership

Flexibility

Good communication skills

Commitment to providing a Quality service

Ability to build and maintain relationships including the ability to work effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team.

Goal orientated. To identify improvements and issues and in parallel set goals for the solution of same.

Work to achieve those goals in collaboration with all members of a multi disciplinary team.

Sufficient clinical knowledge to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the role.

Knowledge of Community services

Effective problem solving and decision-making skills

Good understanding of the differences that may arise in the community setting as opposed to a hospital environment

Ability to empathise with clients, relatives and colleagues with dignity and respect

IT skills

Good clinical background- ideally but not essential worked in a community setting

Qualifications:

 Be registered in one of the Divisions of Nursing and Midwifery Board Ireland (NMBI):  General Nurse/ Mental Health/Intellectual Disability/Children’s/Public Health Nursing.

 Hold a full driving licence and have access to Car.

 


 

Locations

North Dublin office, South Dublin office , Kildare office and Wicklow office
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Patricia Lodge
Dublin 15 Directions hr@rightathome.ie 014954030 View page

South Dublin office

Pineview Business Park
Dublin 16 Directions hrsouthdublin@rightathome.ie 014954030 View page

Kildare office

R51 XT27 Kildare Directions kildare@rightathome.ie 014954030 View page

Perks & Benefits

  • Competitive Pay Rates 💰

    We offer competitive sector pay rates, and other financial benefits.

  • Career Progression 👩‍⚕️

    We promote from within where possible and help to support you to develop your career further if you wish.

  • Mental Health & Wellness 🧠

    As a company we are committed to the wellbeing of our staff and have a Work Place Wellness program promoting both positive mental and physical health.

  • Education 📚

    We provide ongoing training and opportunities to advance your skills and career development.

Workplace & Culture

 

Whether you’re a dedicated Health Care Assistant who prides themselves on the care provided to your clients or an office professional who wants to make a difference in people's lives. One thing is for sure that you are striving for the highest quality care for our clients, are a strong team player, dedicated to your role, compassionate and are accountable to yourself and the team.

Work with an award-winning company, alongside some of the best minds in the industry. As a company we are continuously improving and growing our service and people, guided by our company’s mission “To Improve the Quality of Life for Those We Serve”.

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