Clinical Team Leader - RMN/RNLD (311293)



£36,000 - £40,000/annum

Job Location
- United Kingdom -- England -- East of England -- Norfolk -- Catfield

Job Type

23 October 2018

Our Client, based just outside the city of Norwich is looking to recruit experienced CTL's to join their specialist team in this small, independant hospital and expansion programme. 
Working as part of multi disciplinary team in a Holistic rehabilitation and treatment environment.

Person Specification:


Diploma/Degree in Mental Health Nursing

A minimum of 2 Year post registration experience of working in a specialist mental health setting.

Essential Knowledge, Understanding and Values

Practice within the scope of relevant professional code of conduct

Manage within the scope of relevant professional code of conduct

Understanding of and respect for patients with mental health issues

Promote peoples equality, diversity and rights

Understanding of and respect for the importance of maintaining and practicing privacy, dignity and


Ensure actions contribute to quality

Knowledge of physical health problems

Knowledge of clinical governance and a commitment to clinical supervision

Knowledge of the individuals responsibility towards health and safety

Knowledge and understanding of performance management and relevant HR policies and procedures.

Understanding of working with other agencies/multi-disciplinary working

Essential Skills

Ability to treat patients with mental health illnesses and disabilities with respect and sensitivity

Ability to manage safely, effectively and in confidence staff, patient and organisational requirements.

Ability to effectively manage and resolve complaints and/or conflict in line with company policy.

Ability to work within the full scope of the Professional Codes of Conduct.

Ability to lead an empowered team

Ability to manage staff conduct effectively and in line with company policy

Ability to appropriately and confidently delegate tasks.

Ability to assess, plan, implement and evaluate programmes of care

Ability to supervise and develop individuals skills, knowledge and competence.

Ability to work collaboratively as a clinical team and work collaboratively with patients

Ability to work alone

Excellent communication skills; oral, written and non-verbal

Excellent listening skills

Present reports and use data effectively

Maintain clear and legible documentation

Good IT skills

Ability to demonstrate an organised approach to work, prioritise and meet deadlines

Use own initiative and take decisions

To be able to work within the organisations policies and procedures at all times

Ability to co-ordinate and lead junior staff

Willing to work flexible shift patterns to meet the needs of the service.

Ability to problem solve with regard to out of hours activity and where necessary attend the hospital out

of hours.

Interviews are being arranged immediately so if you would like to know more about this exciting new opportunity, please contact or telephone 01603 728400

Contact information

Martin Allen