Clinical Case Manager
Home Support Matters is a highly respected home care provider working within Norfolk and Suffolk.
We are a friendly, supportive and hardworking team who proactively support a large range of customers within different sectors and with different needs. The Clinical Case Manager is a valued member of this team.
We are looking for an experienced Community Nurse to support our clinical function and provide Case Management to our NHS Continuing Health Care customers who have complex needs. This is an exciting opportunity that will require the successful candidate to work autonomously, and flexibly within an ever-changing health and social care community.
The Clinical Case Manager role would best suit an individual who has community-based experience and is able to demonstrate they are able to manage their own workload. The role requires the individual to provide training and assessment of competencies of clinical skills and act as a clinical resource to the wider team within the company.
Nurse | Clinical | Case Management | Complex Care | Continuing Health Care | NMC | Communication | Community Care | Social Care | IT Literate | Mentoring | Assessment
Pension Scheme / Paid Training / Paid Travel
Part-time role - 30 hours per week, worked flexibly based on need of customers and employees
- Registered Nurse
- Current NMC registration
- Minimum of two years experience in nursing
- Community experience
- Excellent communication skills
- Effective organisational skills and that ability to manage own workload
- An effective team player
- Flexible approach to working hours and practices
- Good IT skills
- Must be a car driver with own transport
- Teaching and assessing skills
- Good range of clinical skills
Home Support Matters delivers care and support across a wide range of home care services, ranging from visiting care to very specialist services. Our experience includes support for people with disabilities, reablement care for those recovering from illness or injury, care for the elderly, expert clinical care with nurse oversight, crisis support and flexible support for people with dementia. We aim to provide highly flexible, person centred support that focuses on the needs and aspirations of the individual.
Our support enables people to maintain a level of independence that is right for them. We aim to support people to live fulfilling and active lives in the heart of their communities. We are an approved healthcare supplier to the NHS, and work with both Norfolk and Suffolk local authorities. Over the past 30 years we have developed good working relationships with local social work and community health teams. We support people across the whole of Norfolk and the Waveney Valley region of Suffolk.
- If you are new to care, you may like to complete the Question of Care on the Skills for Care website or research Adult Social Care on YouTube before applying. This will introduce you to care and what it means to support people.
- Please note the closing date for this job vacancy; you will be contacted by email or text with the outcome of your application or, in the absence of an email address or mobile number, you will be written to.
- You will be expected to complete a comprehensive induction and training programme.
- If your application is successful and a conditional job offer is made you will expected to pay for your initial DBS check (enhanced version for vulnerable adults) and once you have received your reference number, you will be expected to sign up to the online DBS Update Service and will be responsible for the annual fee.