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Divisional Nurse Director, Medicine Division
We are seeking a highly skilled and motivated individual to join a leading Trust as a Divisional Nurse Director in the field of medicine.
As a Divisional Nurse Director, you will be responsible for overseeing and leading nursing services within the medicine division. Your expertise, leadership, and strategic vision will play a pivotal role in ensuring the delivery of safe, effective, and high-quality patient care.
- Provide strategic direction and leadership to the nursing staff within the medicine division.
- Collaborate with other healthcare professionals, including doctors, allied health professionals, and administrative staff, to develop and implement divisional strategies, policies, and procedures.
- Ensure compliance with regulatory standards, guidelines, and best practices, and promote a culture of continuous improvement in nursing practice.
- Manage and allocate resources effectively, including staffing levels, budgetary control, and equipment requirements, to optimize patient care and achieve organizational objectives.
- Foster a supportive and collaborative working environment, promoting staff development, training, and mentorship opportunities.
- Monitor and evaluate nursing performance, clinical outcomes, and patient satisfaction to drive quality improvement initiatives and enhance patient experience.
- Full registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
- ENB 998/C&G 7307 or relevant teaching experience
- Postgraduate or post Registration study or equivalent
- Master’s degree or equivalent experience
- Management Qualification or equivalent
- Clinical Governance Knowledge level qualification or equivalent experience.
- Experience as a nurse leader in the field of medicine, with a proven track record of successfully managing nursing services and driving quality improvement.
- Strong leadership skills, with the ability to inspire and motivate a diverse team of nursing professionals.
- In-depth knowledge of regulatory requirements, professional standards, and best practices in nursing and healthcare.
- Sound understanding of financial management, resource allocation, and budgetary control within a healthcare setting.
- Demonstrated ability to drive change, implement innovative solutions, and promote a culture of continuous improvement.
- Commitment to professional development and keeping up-to-date with the latest advancements in nursing practice.
The East of England is made up of the coastal counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex, and Cambridgeshire. The region is home to beautiful countryside and coasts as well as vibrant and diverse cities, and is within travelling distance of other major cities such as London and Birmingham.
Band and Salary:
£83,571 - £114,949 (dependent on experience)