Sister/Charge Nurse (Night Duty)
We currently have opportunities for committed, enthusiastic and motivated Sisters/Charge Nurse`s to join our award-winning team.
Our Lady's Care Home in Belfast is a purpose-built service which has 98 large en-suite bedrooms. Located in the heart of west Belfast, the home has superb links with the local community and delivers nursing care with an ethos of 'excellence as standard'.
The home offers its own in-house occupational therapy service which is based on engaging residents in meaningful and occupational processes to support independence, recovery and sustain hobbies and interests of all who reside there. Nursing is at the core of Our Lady's, the most clinically competent, capable workforce strive to deliver gold standard care 24-hours a day, across our 2 Dementia Units and 2 Nursing units.
About the role
To ensure the highest standards of patient care are delivered through the effective, efficient, and safe running of the nursing home but particularly your assigned unit.
Assists the Home Manager and Deputy Manager in managing all aspects in the daily running of the home including staff management, overall responsibility for standards of resident care, resident assessment, resident admission and implementation of Health and Safety procedures.
- Working with an Award-winning team with family values
- Generous Enhanced Rates
- Comprehensive induction
- Wide variety of training provided
- Career development opportunities
- Flexibility of shifts
- Free car parking* and uniform
- Incentives for employee referrals*
- Health and wellbeing initiatives
- Team building initiatives
An Enhanced Access NI Check is required for this post.
If successful please be aware that we do have a policy on the recruitment of ex-offenders. As per the Access NI Code of Practice Macklin Care Homes also has a policy on the secure handling, use, storage and retention of disclosure information.
Copies of these documents along with the Access NI Code of Practice are available upon request by contacting the HR Department.
It is Macklin Care Homes Policy that any existence of a criminal conviction will not necessarily lead to the withdrawal of a job offer, but the failure to fully and accurately disclose all criminal convictions will lead to the withdrawal of the offer.
What you will need
- Nursing 1st Level Qualification
- NMC Registration
- Have significant post qualifying experience
- Current PDP up to date and willing to undertake any additional training as deemed necessary to fulfill your role
- Ability to work set hours but flexible to meet the needs of the business Good General Health (medically fit)
- Must have a good command of written and spoken English and a valid work permit
- Management qualification
- 1 years’ experience in a similar role working at management level
- Nursing of the Elderly in a Nursing Home Setting
Macklin Care Homes
Macklin Care Homes, headed by the Macklin family and part of the Macklin Group, have been caring for people for over 30 years. We’ve taken all our experience over all those years to bring the very best of our knowledge and our expertise to you. We’re experts at what we do. We’re not just another Care Home, we’re a family first and foremost and we treat everyone we come into contact with as one of our very own. From staff to residents to relatives to suppliers to the postman – we’re all one big community! We have Six Locations - Park Manor/Belfast, Arlington/Belfast, Our Lady's/Belfast, Milesian Manor/Magherafelt, Ratheane/Coleraine, and Leabank in Ballycastle.
Want a job you'll love? Can you make a real difference to the lives of others? We are looking to recruit great people to work in care and in return, we will bring out the best in you. At Macklin Care Homes you will work as part of an award-winning team who are valued for their contribution, with opportunities for career development, as well as a friendly and rewarding working environment. If you are a compassionate person who cares with heart we would like to hear from you. We are proud of our values and unique positive culture that we live each and every day. This is reflective of our relationships with our residents, their relatives, our suppliers and the local community.
As a family-run organisation, we live and breathe our core values of treating people really well, trust, dedication and continuous development. Once you join us, you not only become a member of the team but a member of our family. Caring with heart is at the core of everything we do – with our residents and team members.