Nurse Case Manager - Complex Community Care





Job Description

TTM Healthcare on behalf of our well established client are looking to recruit a Community Nurse Manager for the Dublin Region  
Reporting Relationships  
        The Care Team Leader reports directly to the Director of Services Advanced Homecare  
The following staff report directly to the Care Team Leader:
Staff Nurse  
Healthcare Assistant  
Purpose of the Post -The role of the Nurse Manager will  be to support direct staff in the delivery of personalised care to their service user in their home and oversee the management and safety of same.  
Role and Responsibilities  
        Ensure that the provision of a high standard of care to the Individual and families in Resilience Care is consistent with the mission, vision, values and strategic plan of Resilience Care. Meet with all new service users and ensure on-going liaison with individual  and family/carers  
Provide potential service user and/or their relatives/representatives with information on our client  
        Communicate with relatives of service user and with visitors as requested.  Liaise with families regularly to ensure they are aware of mechanisms to communicate with our client  
        Provide leadership and guidance at all times, particularly at times of emergency to all staff members  
Ensure Field visits are conducted with all staff members  ; Maintain CMS system to measure Outcome / quality of life measures and provide weekly monitoring reports and monthly commissioners reports  
        Ensure TMS is used properly within all homes Ensure roster anomalies are maintained  
Become part of the on call team and become part of the rotation team.   ; Demonstrate behaviour consistent with the Values of our client  
Conduct environmental and audit checklists and reviews to ensure adherence to best practice JCI standards and HSE Tender Agreements and preparation of reports and analysis.  
Monitor staff to oversee the delivery of individual care together with all members of the multi-disciplinary teams  
Participation in the overall management of Resilience Care as part of the Homecare Operations Team.  
Provide ongoing Assessment as required. Carry out first and second prior to undertaking of care . Pre-(Admission) Assessments (on Admission and after returning from Hospital,) Pre discharge / Pre contract as directed by Director of Services Advanced Homecare.    
Plan, assess and deliver individualised care, together with all members of the multidisciplinary care team.  
Play a  role in service user  education and be involved in provision of information on Health Education and Promotion.  
Encourage recognition of the service user; ensuring their needs and comforts are given priority.  
Communicate with relevant team i.e. HSE and Family regarding service user's condition and relaying information and changes/concerns.  
        Communicate with relatives of service user.  
Attend/chair meetings, Homecare Operations Team Meeting, as required and keep staff briefed on developments in Resilience Care  
Be aware of the confidential nature of the work and in particular, the right of Individual to confidentiality.  
Management  ; Provision of  induction training for newly recruited staff. Participate with the orientation of all new staff to our client  
        Co-ordinate the quality and safety system including all aspects of clinical risk management and individual involvement using audit management tools.  
Undertake counselling and appraisal of trained staff as required.  
Keep abreast of developments in health and social care.  
Professional supervision. Be responsible for the development, education and supervision of staff.  
Facilitate the arrangements necessary and participate where appropriate, in education and training of other staff as the need arises.  
Be responsible for the development and implementation of policies and procedures as directed by the Director of Services Advanced Homecare  
Lead, by example, a professional, punctual and dedicated team.  
Create and promote open communications, healthy working relationships, and stimulate initiative among the team  
Motivate team members, by agreeing goals and objectives, through performance review  
To undertake such other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Director of Services Advanced Homecare.  
Knowledge of related standards including:  
HIQA National Standards for the Prevention and Control of Healthcare Associated Infections (2009)  
HIQA National Standards for the Protection and Welfare of Children: For HSE Children and Family Services (2012)  
HIQA National Standards for Safer, Better Healthcare (2012)  
Demonstrate sound knowledge and social model practice together with future trends in support of individuals  
Show evidence of current legislative policies pertinent to support of Individuals  
$2022; Knowledge of organisation of health services and trends nationally and internationally  
$2022; Ability to source both theoretical and technical information  
Professional knowledge  
Demonstrate sound knowledge together with future trends in Homecare  
Knowledge of organisation of health services and trends nationally and internationally  
Ability to source both theoretical and technical information  
Core Aptitudes:  
Act as a good role model  
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills  
Teaching skills  
Ability to manage change  
Person Centred  
What Next ?    
For further information please contact in confidence Therese Breen TTM Nursing Division @ 065 6869314 / 086 0403490 or please click on the link below  

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