Ward Manager

Location:
Cygnet Hospital Woking
Region:
South East England
Salary:
Up to £45,000 per annum dependent on experience
Contract:
Full Time
Position:
Permanent
Closing on:
23rd February 2018
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Set in Knaphill in Surrey, we’re not just proud of the facilities at Woking, but the service provided by our dedicated team of multidisciplinary of professionals. Clear, negotiated care pathways are key to our ethos, with a wide range of therapies on offer that supports the care pathway towards independent living.

Across our three adult services – Low Secure, Psychiatric Intensive Care (PICU) and our Locked Rehabilitation and Recovery Services we cater for both men and women with a wide range of mental health conditions. Services are delivered in a purpose-built therapeutic environment where the focus is on maximising positive outcomes and recovery. A range of therapies supports the care pathway towards independent living.

Caring and compassionate? We are looking for a fantastic Ward Manager, to help shape and develop our Adult services. Cygnet Hospital Woking wants to hear from you if you are diligent and keen to develop your career. The hospital is close to transport links and with ready access to the local community.

At Woking our Ward Manager will take full responsibilty of the ward over the 24 hours. Provide clinical leadership to staff and patients. Other responsibilties also include the deployment, supervision and development of staff, management of budgets and the maintenance of good customer care. To make himself or herself available to be part of clinical governance issues so that they can maintain/improve standards of care throughout their clinical area.  

In return you’ll be given training and tailored professional development opportunities. You’ll also receive excellent staff benefits. Cygnet Healthcare has a clear nursing strategy which has been developed by front line staff. Our clinical care is underpinned by strong values and we have a commitment to reducing restrictive practice.

You’ll receive a competitive salary and a range of benefits including:
• Teaching and CPD programmes
• Financial support for further training and personal development
• Active participation in clinical governance
• Appraisal and peer supervision
• Possible rotation between services
• Contributory pension scheme
• Free life insurance
• Free meals on duty
• Comprehensive employee assistance programme and discount centre
• Health Cash Plan

To apply for this position, please click apply now and the Recruitment Team will contact you shortly. If you need help with your application, please call the Recruitment Team on 0121 72888111.

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