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Litigation Nurse

Manchester, England, United Kingdom (Remote)

Full time

We are currently recruiting for an experienced and talented individual to join our Clinical Support team, which is part of our award-winning Clinical Negligence team, as a Litigation Nurse in our brand new Manchester office.

The role of the Litigation Nurse is to assist the legal teams with record reviews and drafting allegations of Breach of Duty and resultant avoidable injury.

Additional duties would also include analysing expert records, providing commentary and analysis of the impact of likely breach of duty and any avoidable injury over & above the patients pre-existing health conditions.

As part of the position it is key to review the merits of new enquiries and speak to our clients concerning their enquiry and subsequent investigation of their case.

There is also the opportunity to attend meetings with our charity partners and work in conjunction with our business development team, in order to raise awareness of our services and also to increase your profile within the Clinical Negligence market.

Whilst full legal training will be offered (where required), it would be expected that as part of the role to provide training and expert advice to our legal teams.

We would encourage those with a qualification and experience in nursing (such as RGN) and NMC registration to apply.

Find out more and apply here.

Clinical Services Manager

Liverpool, England, United Kingdom (Remote)

Full time

Purpose:

You will be responsible for the quality of the clinical delivery within the treatment unit and facilitating the Quality Manager with clinical governance activities within The Treatment Network (TTN). You will be ensuring cases are managed to achieve optimum clinical quality via the clinical governance and audit programme.

In addition, you will be a member of the operations management team and as such accountable for the clinical performance of the treatment unit.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide clinical supervision of case management referrals and the dedicated TTN team who manage them
  • Ensure sufficient clinical oversight of TTN direct referrals Is in place
  • Supporting the clinical selection of suppliers through finding appropriate clinical options, checking their relevant experience and auditing the quality of their work
  • Provide clinical supervision of the clinical experts within TTN, particularly those identified as underperforming
  • Documenting clinical processes that have been developed and are utilised within TTN
  • Coordinate the clinical service delivery training programme for all CCOs, identifying specific areas of development in each of the teams
  • Promote continual improvement within the clinical quality of TTN services, ensuring quality and service are in line with NICE guidelines and individual professional bodies.
  • Undertake management duties and tasks following the direction of the Head of Operations.
  • Respond to all clinical complaints in line with the complaints process and where required assist the Operations Manager with clinical detail on any operational complaint
  • Prepare a monthly report to cover clinical performance including a summary of key events in the month.
  • Ensure quality assurance for clinical delivery through a structured audit programme
  • Attend customer meetings as required, assist with business development activities and be prepared to travel outside standard working hours and stay away from home overnight.
  • Achieve objectives as agreed with your manager and documented in your performance plan.
  • Maintain the confidentiality of information.
  • Reduce the risk of injury to yourself and your team by cooperating with the health and safety conditions.
  • Promote and enhance the corporate image of TTN.
  • Comply with TTN’s people policies, processes and procedures

Find out more and apply here

Programme Manager, Owl Barn

Penrith, England, United Kingdom

Full time

We are looking for a driven, experienced Occupational Therapist with a passion for working creatively to support clients’ rehabilitation, to take on an exciting role, managing our new therapeutic recreation service at Owl Barn.

This person will be involved in launching and establishing our range of indoor and outdoor programmes and shaping the development of the service. A perfect role for someone who is highly organised, enjoys working outdoors and is interested in taking ownership of an exciting new project, working with people 1:1 and in groups to deliver therapy services in a different way.

This role offers opportunities for education and professional development to deliver an outstanding evidence-based therapeutic recreation service for people with neurological conditions.

Key skills, knowledge and experience

  • Qualified Occupational Therapist with current HCPC registration
  • Ability to work with adults and children with complex needs
  • Ability to undertake specialist assessments and deliver appropriate interventions for people with complex neurological conditions
  • Compassion and understanding of the needs of clients, families and carers
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills
  • Willingness to work outdoors, including with livestock

This post is subject to a DBS Check.

Find out more and apply here.

Male Brain Injury Buddy Support Worker (GS) £17ph

Redditch, England, United Kingdom

Part time

£17+ (Hourly)

Libertatem Healthcare is seeking to recruit *Due to our clients needs* an experienced Male Brain Injury Support Worker.

Our client lives alone. He is 34 years old and is looking for support from a happy and proactive character, who likes football, and someone who is more of a buddy than a support worker.

Hours

2 days a week ( weekdays )

4 hrs + Saturdays ( 6hrs )

Responsibilities

· Assisting the client into community

– Assisting the client with activities including football games

· Further detail to be disclosed during interview

Training & Background Checks

An enhanced DBS check & full training will be provided prior to commencing work with our client and you will also be supported by our clinical lead nurse for the area.

Benefits

· Extensive training

· Regular supervisions

· Annual appraisal

· Weekly Pay

· Holiday pay

This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your skills in support work working alongside experienced therapists and professionals.

*Double Covid vaccination may be mandatory dependent on the client’s needs.*

Find out more and apply here.

Male Cerebral palsy support worker – waking nights (GS)

Hitchin, England, United Kingdom

Full time

£15-16 (Hourly)

Libertatem Healthcare are seeking to recruit a dedicated and compassionate male *due to our client’s needs* support worker who is passionate about their job, enjoys delivering exceptional care and would relish working with a young child. Work would be alongside his family and involve building positive relationships with not only our client but also his family including his older brother and their family dogs.

Our client is a bright and bubbly 12-year-old boy with cerebral palsy, who lives at home with his family and a dog.

Playtime, engaging and having fun is a big part of this role. He really enjoys books, playing games etc.

*Opportunity for more hours may be available for the right candidate.*

Hours

Tue, Wed, Fri – 18:30 – 22:30 (shadowing)

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri and Sun 20:30 – 08:30 (waking nights)

Training & Background Checks

An enhanced DBS check & full training will be provided prior to commencing work with our client and you will also be supported by our clinical lead nurse for the area.

Benefits

· Extensive training

· Regular supervisions

· Annual appraisal

· Weekly Pay

· Holiday pay

This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your skills in support work while working alongside experienced therapists and professionals.

*Double Covid vaccination may be mandatory dependent on the client’s needs.*

Find out more and apply here

Male Spinal Injury support worker *24 hour shifts* (SH/HD)

Guildford, Surrey

Full time

£307.53-330.66 (Daily)

Libertatem Healthcare are seeking to recruit *Due to our clients needs* Experienced Male Spinal injury Support Workers to work with our Spinal injury client in Guildford. Our client is a male client in his 30’s, with a C5/C6 injury. He is a wheelchair user who lives in his own home which has been fully adapted to suit him.

Hours

Monday – Friday and Sundays.

24hour shifts (11am-11am) – including sleeping nights.

Rota will be on a rolling rota basis.

The successful candidates must be flexible and able to cover all shift patterns on a planned rota basis.

Drivers with their own vehicle are required.

Responsibilities

Duties include personal care, household chores, social activities, facilitating rehab goals, following the client’s direction.

Main Tasks and Duties

Supporting Independence and continued rehabilitation

Provide personalised support in a sensitive and confidential manner, to individuals and families according to their personalised support plan.

Understand and follow care plans, seeking clarification from the healthcare coordinator or clinical lead nurse as necessary.

Participate in monitoring and review of Service Users’ care plans

Work in a professional manner with all members of the Service user’s Multidisciplinary team and other health professionals that may be involved.

Promote self-care and self-management to achieve a maximum level of independence for each individual.

Training & Background Checks

An enhanced DBS check & full training will be provided prior to commencing work with our client and you will also be supported by our clinical lead nurse for the area.

Benefits

· Extensive training

· Regular supervisions

· Annual appraisal

· Weekly Pay

· Holiday pay

This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your skills in support work while working alongside experienced therapists and professionals.

*Double Covid vaccination may be mandatory dependent on the client’s needs.*

Find out more and apply here.

Support Worker £15-£16 per hour (EW/BE)

Trowbridge, England, United Kingdom

Full time

£15-16 (Hourly)

Libertatem Healthcare are seeking to recruit a Support worker to assist with our client in Trowbridge.

Our client is a young male who has learning disabilities,

He loves music and is seeking a bubbly and active person to join his team.

He has his own car in which he will need his support workers to driver, so use of your own is not required.

Must have a valid UK drivers licence.

Hours

Monday- Sunday 10:00-16:00

2 evening shifts per week (Day’s TBC) 18:00-00:00

Respite care (24hrs) – Plenty of notice will be given

Responsibilities

– Assisting client in the community

– Assisting client with hydration and nutrition

– Helping our client remain as independent as possible

– Helping with personal care needs.

Training & Background Checks

An enhanced DBS check & full training will be provided prior to commencing work with our client and you will also be supported by our clinical lead nurse for the area.

Benefits

· Extensive training

· Regular supervisions

· Annual appraisal

· Weekly Pay

· Holiday pay

This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your skills in support work while working alongside experienced therapists and professionals.

*Double Covid vaccination may be mandatory dependent on the client’s needs.*

Find out more and apply here.

Support Worker £175.80 – £189.60 per shift (GS)

Braintree, England, United Kingdom

Full time

£175.8-189.6 (Daily)

Libertatem Healthcare Group is looking to recruit Experienced Care Workers to work with our client in Braintree.

Hours

12hr shifts days and waking nights available

Mon – Sun

Successful Applicants will be

· UK residents only

· Full UK valid drivers licence

· Confident driver – able to drive within your region

Responsibilities

  • Supporting Independence and continued rehabilitation
  • Provide personalised support in a sensitive and confidential manner, to individuals and families according to their personalised support plan.
  • Understand and follow care plans, seeking clarification from the healthcare coordinator or clinical lead nurse as necessary.
  • Participate in monitoring and review of Service Users’ care plans
  • Work in a professional manner with all members of the Service user’s Multidisciplinary team and other health professionals that may be involved.
  • Promote self-care and self-management to achieve a maximum level of independence for each individual.

This may include: –

Assistance with Service Users’ mobility, feeding, washing, bathing and dressing.

  • Management of neurogenic bladder – care of urethral/ suprapubic catheter or through use of intermittent catheterisation.
  • Management of neurogenic bowel – undertaking bowel care regime as defined in the care and support plan- this may include Digital Rectal Examination, Digital Rectal Stimulation, Digital Rectal removal of faeces, insertion of suppositories or enema, use of bowel irrigation system.
  • Assistance with domestic care tasks such as laundry, ironing, and household cleaning.
  • Preparation of food and drinks, kitchen cleaning and hygiene, assistance with shopping and menu planning.
  • Assisting Service Users to attend appointments, go shopping, collect pensions etc.
  • Provision of emotional support to increase the Service Users’ confidence and motivation.
  • Assist with the use of moving and handling equipment to promote independence and ensure safety of all
  • Monitor skin integrity and ensure any changes are noted and raised with clinical lead, so these changes can be acted on
  • Administer medication as designated in the care and support plan in accordance with Company policies and procedures. This may include monitoring self-medication, prompting medication or administering medication.
  • Assist Service Users with rehabilitation activities as directed by the care and support plan and as directed and developed by members of the multidisciplinary team.
  • Monitor Service User’s general health and well-being using equipment provided and respond and react as directed in the care and support plan to any changes that may be indicative of Autonomic Dysreflexia or potential infection.
  • Deliver support in a manner which is sensitive to the service user’s culture, disability, race, age, sexuality, marital or civil partnership status, transgender status or religion/belief.
  • Document clearly in the daily records on the progress of rehabilitation programmes i.e. observing, recording, and reporting on changes in a Service User’s physical and/or emotional condition.

Training & Background Checks

An enhanced DBS check & full training will be provided prior to commencing work with our client and you will also be supported by our clinical lead nurse for the area.

Find out more and apply here.

Support Worker £204-£216 per shift *Days and nights* (DG)

Llandudno, Wales, United Kingdom

Full time

£204-206 (Daily)

Libertatem Healthcare are seeking to recruit *Due to our clients needs* Experienced Spinal injury Support Workers to work with our Spinal injury client in Llandudno.

Hours

12hr shifts from Monday-Sunday

Days – 8am-8pm

Waking nights – 8pm – 8am

The successful candidates must be flexible and able to cover all shift patterns on a planned rota basis. The client cannot be left alone. Therefore, covering colleagues Annual Leave and absences is required.

Responsibilities

Duties include personal care, household chores, social activities, accompanying the client on holidays, facilitating rehab goals, following the client’s direction and to drive a wheelchair accessible van as needed.

Main Tasks and Duties

Supporting Independence and continued rehabilitation

Provide personalised support in a sensitive and confidential manner, to individuals and families according to their personalised support plan.

Understand and follow care plans, seeking clarification from the healthcare coordinator or clinical lead nurse as necessary.

Participate in monitoring and review of Service Users’ care plans

Work in a professional manner with all members of the Service user’s Multidisciplinary team and other health professionals that may be involved.

Promote self-care and self-management to achieve a maximum level of independence for each individual.

This may include: –

Assistance with Service Users’ mobility, feeding, washing, bathing and dressing.

Management of neurogenic bladder – care of urethral/ suprapubic catheter or through use of intermittent catheterisation.

Management of neurogenic bowel – undertaking bowel care regime as defined in the care and support plan- this may include Digital Rectal Examination, Digital Rectal Stimulation, Digital Rectal removal of faeces, insertion of suppositories or enema, use of bowel irrigation system.

Assistance with domestic care tasks such as laundry, ironing, and household cleaning.

Preparation of food and drinks, kitchen cleaning and hygiene, assistance with shopping and menu planning.

Assisting Service Users to attend appointments, go shopping, collect pensions etc.

Provision of emotional support to increase the Service Users’ confidence and motivation.

Assist with the use of moving and handling equipment to promote independence and ensure safety of all

Monitor skin integrity and ensure any changes are noted and raised with clinical lead, so these changes can be acted on

Administer medication as designated in the care and support plan in accordance with Company policies and procedures. This may include monitoring self-medication, prompting medication or administering medication.

Assist Service Users with rehabilitation activities as directed by the care and support plan and as directed and developed by members of the multidisciplinary team.

Monitor Service User’s general health and well-being using equipment provided and respond and react as directed in the care and support plan to any changes that may be indicative of Autonomic Dysreflexia or potential infection.

Deliver support in a manner which is sensitive to the service user’s culture, disability, race, age, sexuality, marital or civil partnership status, transgender status or religion/belief.

Document clearly in the daily records on the progress of rehabilitation programmes i.e. observing, recording, and reporting on changes in a Service User’s physical and/or emotional condition.

Training & Background Checks

An enhanced DBS check & full training will be provided prior to commencing work with our client and you will also be supported by our clinical lead nurse for the area.

Find out more and apply here

Rehabilitation Case Manager

London (Remote) 

Full time

£40-49.5k (Annually)

Proclaim Care has an excellent opportunity for an experienced Occupational Therapist, Nurse or Physiotherapist to join our team as a Rehabilitation Case Manager.

About You:

We are looking for a HCPC registered Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist, or NMC registered Nurse with a proven clinical background in one or more of the following specialisms:

·        Complex orthopaedic conditions

·        Brain injury

·        Spinal cord injury

·        Amputations

·        Paediatrics

Rehabilitation case management experience is desirable but not essential as full training can be provided.

To excel in this role, you should demonstrate innovation and adaptability, possess strong communication and interpersonal skills, and align with our company values. You should also be able to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.

The Role:

This is an exciting opportunity to support service users with complex injuries and health conditions to optimise their recovery and reach their rehabilitation and return to work goals. Working within a commercial (personal injury and medical negligence) context, this field-based role involves navigating service users through their personal rehabilitation journey by:

·        Assessing their needs on an ongoing basis.

·        Devising and implementing goal-focussed rehabilitation programmes.

·        Facilitating return to work and/or education.

·        Collaborating with family members and other inter-disciplinary professionals.

·        Communicating regularly with external stakeholders e.g. solicitors, insurers and employers.

Our Rehabilitation Case Managers work from home with flexible hours as standard. They meet frequently as a team (both virtually and in person) and attend regular training events.

Regional travel to meet with service users, treatment providers and employers within the community is a large part of the role. A valid driving licence is essential.

Find out more and apply here

Rehabilitation Case Manager

Birmingham, England, United Kingdom (Remote) 

Full time

£40-47.5k (Annually)

Proclaim Care has an excellent opportunity for an experienced Occupational Therapist, Nurse or Physiotherapist to join our team as a Rehabilitation Case Manager.

About You:

We are looking for a HCPC registered Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist, or NMC registered Nurse with a proven clinical background in one or more of the following specialisms:

·        Complex orthopaedic conditions

·        Brain injury

·        Spinal cord injury

·        Amputations

·        Paediatrics

Rehabilitation case management experience is desirable but not essential as full training can be provided.

To excel in this role, you should demonstrate innovation and adaptability, possess strong communication and interpersonal skills, and align with our company values. You should also be able to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.

The Role:

This is an exciting opportunity to support service users with complex injuries and health conditions to optimise their recovery and reach their rehabilitation and return to work goals. Working within a commercial (personal injury and medical negligence) context, this field-based role involves navigating service users through their personal rehabilitation journey by:

·        Assessing their needs on an ongoing basis.

·        Devising and implementing goal-focussed rehabilitation programmes.

·        Facilitating return to work and/or education.

·        Collaborating with family members and other inter-disciplinary professionals.

·        Communicating regularly with external stakeholders e.g. solicitors, insurers and employers.

Our Rehabilitation Case Managers work from home with flexible hours as standard. They meet frequently as a team (both virtually and in person) and attend regular training events.

Regional travel to meet with service users, treatment providers and employers within the community is a large part of the role. A valid driving licence is essential.

Find out more and apply here

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