We are currently looking to recruit a Clinical trainer to work between our three sites.
Report to CEO
Responsible to CEO
Summary of Job role
This post is a new role that is being created and will develop according to Eastleigh Care home’s (ECH) needs.
- To have responsibility for leading, supporting and facilitating the nursing and medical needs of Residents
- To support senior management in the delivery of high-quality care and support
- To maintain skills at a current level and undertake required training and development
- To perform in accordance with standards agreed with the Registered Manager and the Registered Provider and to follow legislative requirements, relevant regulations and accepted best practice.
- Work as part of the ECH clinical team providing Basic Life Support and Intermediate Life Support to all of our Service locations.
- Provide Medical Emergency Scenarios for all services
- Provide training on Sepsis, Anaphylaxis, NEWS and any relevant training.
- Provide Training on the deteriorated Patient.
- Provide Training for first Aid at work
- Carry out Paramedic duties, working within the scope of practice and adhering to protocols, policies, SOPs and clinical guidelines, seeking appropriate clinical advice and/or support as required
- Engage with CPD opportunities and behave as an ambassador for ECS, displaying the organisation’s values and professionalism in all engagements
- Develop the service for ECH to become an accredited centre for training
- Complete Root cause Analysis on Clinical Cases
- Develop effective working relationships with all employees within the service
- Be proactive and provide guidance, support and leadership to staff
- Work in cooperation with members of the multi-disciplinary teams to maximise opportunities for people in the service
- Understand when external healthcare support is required, and liaise with them to ensure best outcomes for people that use services
- Identify information, concerns and ideas for improvement and share them with senior management of the service
- Seek opportunities for personal and professional growth
- Work within the relevant Code of Conduct, e.g. NMC
- Ensure that developments in best practice are researched, shared, understood and implemented
- Hold current registration with the Health and Care Professions Council and be free from any suspensions, cautions or conditions of practice.
- Previous experience working in support of a NHS Trust, working frontline and undertaking pre-hospital clinical activity
- Hold a full UK driving license including categories B and C1, with a maximum of 3 penalty points.
- At least 1-year post registration NHS frontline experience
- Demonstrate good knowledge of the professional clinical guidelines and codes of conduct appropriate to this role
- Physically fit and able to undertake the physical aspects of the role
- Demonstrate interpersonal communication and social skills
- Demonstrate ability to work on own initiative
- Potential and willingness for personal change with the ability and commitment to learn new skills
- Ability to prioritise workload and act under pressure and able to work a full range of shifts to support a 24/7 shift pattern
- Enhanced DBS Clearance
- This role is a new to ECH and may change according to the needs of the service, this post may require you to travel to all of our sites and This job description is designed to identify the principle responsibilities of the post only, and is subject to review in the light of the feedback self-evaluation of the role. It is not intended as an exhaustive list. The post holder is required to be flexible in developing the role and to respond to new and changing demands.