Modern Matron - Learning Disability and ASD
Can you provide high quality and visible professional leadership in nursing and clinical?
You can achieve more at St Andrew’s Healthcare
Location: Northampton and Mansfield, Nottinghamshire
St Andrew’s is a unique provider of specialist care in mental health and learning disability. We aspire to deliver truly world class, holistic services within our outstanding, modern facilities. Our independence means we can always put patients’ interests at the heart of decision making, while re-investing surpluses in frontline services.
Following a recent promotion we are looking to appoint a Modern Matron. The role is specifically designed to drive and implement excellent clinical practice across our Integrated Practice Units (IPUs) specialising in Learning Disability and ASD in both our Northampton and Mansfield sites.
As Modern Matron you will report to the Deputy Director of Nursing. You will provide visible and high quality professional leadership in nursing and supporting clinical standards. Working collaboratively with Clinical and Operational Leads you will identify training and development needs for nursing within the IPUs. You will also identify needs and opportunities to further develop clinical practice according to the needs of our patients.
You will combine your strong clinical credibility with the ability to inspire and influence change within outcomes, patient experience, quality, safety and risk management. This will include leading on reduction of restrictive practices Charity-wide within the IPUs as well as supporting the transforming care agenda.
We’re looking for an experienced nurse leader with significant experience in inspiring, empowering and developing nursing teams. You will have extensive experience in Learning Disability/Autistic Spectrum Disorder and mental health, including developing and implementing clinical processes.
You will have both the breadth and depth of skills to fulfil the role described above and high levels of resilience to lead and embed significant change. We would be particularly interested if you can bring specialist experience and knowledge in Learning Disability, Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Mental Health in an Inpatient setting but also have knowledge of Transforming Care and supporting people to live in the community with the right support and closer to home.
You will have the moral courage to challenge the status quo and improve patient care. You will have a strong track record of innovation, and the communication and influencing skills to engage with stakeholders at all levels.
If this sounds like you then we’d love you to get in touch.
Closing date: Sunday 23 February 2020
Interview Date: Thursday 5 March 2020