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Team Leader Treatment Rooms

Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
£35,392 to £42,613 a year
Closing date
1 Jun 2023

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Other Health Profession
Band 6
Contract Type
Full Time
Job summary

We are looking for an enthusiastic band 6 Treatment Room team leader to deliver care to the non-housebound population attending treatment rooms. You will be treating patients with a range of illnesses including long term conditions and acute patients, developing your skills and knowledge whilst working towards an integrated healthcare structure. You will be responsible for leading teams and liaising with stakeholders ensuring the delivery of safe effective care. You should be able to demonstrate you can make clinical decisions to provide evidence-based practice and care planning in response to the clinical assessments

Main duties of the job

Support the care management of complex, chronic and acute patients.

Ensure practice is evidence based through undertaking audit and critically appraising literature to achieve a high standard of care.

To establish and maintain effective communication with stake holders, individual groups, and communities in complex and challenging situations.

Involve patients and carers in the planning and delivery of care.

To competently perform a range of clinical skills related to the post.

Maintain accurate records in accordance with the NMC standards.

To participate in the health needs assessment of the practice population to identify areas of unmet need.

Ability to work without direct supervision and to solve problems.

About us

At Bridgewater, our PEOPLE values shape how we deliver our NHS services in your local community.

They help us deliver our mission to improve local health and promote wellbeing in the communities we serve.

After all, values are about people and they were created in partnership with our staff to reflect what they felt was important to them

Here at Bridgewater our shared values flow through the organisation.

P- Person-centred-We are passionate about individual needs and promote independence in the healthcare we provide..

E- Empowered- We empower our people and encourage new ideas to deliver and create improvements in community care.

O- Open and Honest -We behave in a way that develops relationships based on trust, openness, honesty and respect.

P- Professional-We support our people, so everyone has the right skills and training to deliver outstanding patient care.

L- Locally Lead -We are always learning about our communities and show great pride in being a local provider of health and care.

E- Efficient -We use our resources wisely to provide sustainable and value for money healthcare for our patients.

Unfortunately, we do not hold a sponsor licence for working Visas.

Job description

Job responsibilities

You should be able to demonstrate excellent Leadership Skills. Maintain effective communication. Promote lifelong learning amongst staff.

The successful candidate will perform holistic assessments of patient nursing needs. Plan, assess, implement, and evaluate care delivery according to changing health needs utilising prescribing skills.

Delegate the workload to appropriate team members.

Day to day responsibility for the designated caseload.

To provide line manager responsibility.

Support the organisations public health agenda.

Identify any limitations/gaps in professional or clinical knowledge.

Facilitate the placement of pre and post registration nursing students.

Support the development of the nursing team by teaching and assessing other members of the team including health care assistants.

Teaching of patients/carers and other professionals to support patients to maintain their optimum level of independence.

Person Specification

Additional Criteria


  • Do you have the right to stay and work in the UK without sponsorship (share-codes will be checked if applicable)



  • RN First level/RGN


  • Teaching qualification

Skills & Attributes


  • Able to perform complex assessments, plan, implement and evaluate care packages.
  • Wide range of clinical skills.
  • Proven leadership skills.
  • Able to communicate sensitive/unpleasant information to patients, relatives and/or carers. Knowledge of professional and NHS issues relating to specialist knowledge.
  • Able to demonstrate initiative.
  • Ability to develop effective interpersonal relationships with colleagues across health and social care settings.
  • Ability to teach, assess and mentor staff and pre & post registration students.
  • Ability to communicate at a high level both verbally and written.
  • Good IT skills



  • community experience
  • Experience of high-level organisational skills


  • Audit & Research experience
  • Recognised Management experience

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