Resident Experience Support Manager (Registered Nurse)
Four Seasons Health Care is enhancing its current operational structure by introducing a generalist operational lead to sit within a new regional Resident Experience team.
Post holders are likely to be routinely responsible for managing one of our care or nursing homes for several weeks when there are vacancies.
This role is responsible for supporting on various operational challenges, this could be an interim management of a home, or support of home managers on any quality issues or for example in designing staffing models for a home. It is a true generalist role whereby responsibility for clinical, operational, quality and training projects can be undertaken seamlessly.
This post will sit alongside other Resident Experience Support Managers and Resident Experience Care Specialists. It is expected that this group of people work collaboratively to deliver service improvement and key strategic priorities.
Our Resident Experience Support Manager will be a registered nurse and have experience of multi-Site programme management, along with experience of the care sector although those with wider skills may be considered on a case by case basis.
You must be numerate and literate as reporting to a variety of stakeholders is an essential part of the role.
You will be familiar with modern business IT and a knowledge of Datix would also be useful.
The post holder will be expected to work flexibly across the England Central region. This can cover areas such as Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Cheshire, Merseyside, Lincolnshire and Humberside. Due to these travel requirements, a full driving licence is essential.
Four Seasons Health Care provide a variety of competitive benefits including a salary of GBP45,000 per annum, a 30 day holiday allowance, a company car, a bespoke development programme, childcare vouchers and an employee discount scheme.
Please apply for the role if you would like to be considered for this fantastic opportunity to join an excellent team.