Clinical Operations Manager

City of London
01 Nov 2012
29 Nov 2012
Nursing Field
Education, Private Healthcare
Job Type

Position – Clinical Operations Manager

Salary - £40,000 + 10%

Hours – Full Time 37.5hrs per week

Location – Central London

My client is a marketing focused, results oriented social enterprise. They develop efficient, effective and sustainable family planning programmes in the UK and overseas. The UK division provides services to men and women over 130,000 times a year.

My client is seeking a dedicated and experienced Clinical Lead to manage the team members at their Centre based in Central London.

The primary purpose of the role is to ensure the smooth running of the centre on a day to day basis by overseeing all clinical areas and supervision of the nursing team, co-ordination of doctors/surgeons/anaesthetists, being the main point of call for clinical matters and by being a part of the supervisory team.

 The role will be hands on and you will be expecting to lead by example in all clinical operations and provide leadership through coaching and development.

The Clinical Lead will lead on the positive changes within the centre from basic requirements through to strategic planning for the years ahead. It is an exciting role enabling the successful candidate to have direct impact on operations.

A background within sexual health or gynecology would be a distinct advantage but not essential. However, experience of working within a high volume environment e.g. outpatients/day surgery is essential. Experience of leading and managing a team to achieve objectives, targets and excellent levels of client satisfaction is required.

Qualifications / Training / Knowledge:

First level registered nurse (practising)

Up to date understanding of gynaecology and theatre practice (recent experience not essential)

Management Qualification (CMS / DMS / NEBSM) or willingness to study for supervisory qualification

GCSE (or equivalent) standard Maths and English

IT Skills including use of Windows / MS Office


Gynaecology / Midwifery (desirable)

Theatre (desirable)

Infection Control

Experience of supervising / leading a team

Working without direct supervision

Coaching or training individuals or groups (desirable)

Reporting and administration

Implementing change

Service delivery and providing a high standard of client care


Excellent communication skills, both written and spoken

Highly organised with good time management and prioritising skills; achieves deadlines

Excellent client care skills

Good influencing / persuasion skills

Able to deal effectively with other health care professionals and external officials

Comfortable dealing with difficult situations including distressed / angry clients

Effective and decisive in a busy environment

Able to implement change and achieve results through leading by example

Able to identify objectives and tenacious at ensuring these are fulfilled

For more information please contact Holly Brace at JP Recruit on 07912 179950 or 0844 357 1157, alternatively email