We are currently looking for ab experienced nurse clinician to join our dynamic site management team. The role of the site manager is to be responsible for bed management across the Trust.
As a site manager you will be responsible for the safe and effective allocation of patient across the trust, ensuring IPC guidance is maintained to ensure the correct utilisation of single rooms with the Trust.
You will be band 6 or above with clinical experience or a course in the managing of an acute or deteriorating patient.
You will be expected to work autonomously in a high pressured environment and able to prioritise your work load to ensure deliver of an effective and efficient bed management service.Main duties of the job
The post holder will be expected to utilise expert operational and clinical knowledge as necessary to undertake the site management role to train and support nursing, medical and non-medical staff, establish clinical priorities and ensure the smooth operational function of the organisation.
The post holder will monitor and manage patient flow through the system to improve patient flow and experience by achieving the national & local KPIs.To provide out of hour co-ordination role of on-site services, working with staff to ensure that all services within the hospital are being delivered to an agreed standard.About us
North Mid is part of North Central London integrated care system - consisting of the NHS and Local authority organisations in Camden, Islington, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey. As with other ICS's, we are working increasingly closely with partners and indeed many of our financial and performance objectives are measured at this system level. Whilst all organisations remain as standalone, statutory bodies we have an ICS infrastructure for making shared decisions and agreeing shared approaches.
We are proud of our staff and want to ensure their training allows them to provide excellent clinical care. We are also a training unit for medical students from UCL and St George's University Grenada, and for nursing and midwifery students from Middlesex and City Universities.
Take a tour of our hospital hereJob descriptionJob responsibilities
To monitor the patient flow through the Emergency Department using the Medway system and ensure 2 hourly safety huddles are completed with ED the team.
Work collaboratively with the discharge team to facilitate the timely discharge of patients, ensuring the early utilisation of the discharge lounge for those patients who meet the criteria.
The post holder should regularly review the OPEL escalation triggers by using flow chart to alert and ensure the actions are followed, co-coordinator on the Acute site emergency response to Fire, MajorIncidents, Out of hours Security alerts and Serious Untoward Incidents.
To understand and implement each level of the Trusts Bed Management Policy working in conjunction with divisions, ensuring that all necessary parties are informed and involved as appropriate.
Work in collaboration with Emergency Planning colleagues to ensure that systems are in place to support major incident and business continuity planning.
The post holder is responsible to update trust escalation status in the Capacity Monitoring System (CMS) and liaise with EBS if trust require any specialist beds.Person SpecificationKnowledge and ExperienceEssential
- Working in an acute NHS setting
- Working at band 6 or above
- Working in an acute setting
Education & QualificationEssential
- Able to work independently
- Good communication skills
- Registered Nurse
- Teaching and Mentoring
- Evidence of Continous Professional Development
- First Level Degree or working towards
Employer detailsEmployer name
- IT Literate
- Knowledge of Patient flow and Discharge processes
North Middlesex University Hospital NHS TrustAddress
North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
Any attachments will be accessible after you click to apply.