Please take a look at our latest Group Vacancies page for details of open roles at each of our sites.
We regularly post vacancies for the following clinical roles and have provided some more detail about the job requirements and candidate profile.
Reporting to the Deputy or Ward Manager, you will be a core member of the nursing team, delivering safe and effective nursing care and interventions to an often complex caseload. You will support a team of staff in the provision of evidence-based nursing and therapeutic interventions in addition to managing all available resources to ensure the delivery of safe, effective and timely service provision within the framework of relevant legislation.
As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for supporting the wider team by providing effective clinical leadership to the immediate clinical team members to ensure effective day-to-day delivery of care and rehabilitation.
We are always looking for enthusiastic Therapists to join our specialist teams. You will work within a multi-disciplinary team of occupational therapists, psychologists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, music, art and dietetics to support a 7-day service.
With support and training from Clinical Leads, you will provide specialist neurological assessment and treatment to patients with highly complex neurological conditions including Head Injury, Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness, Stroke and Spinal Injury. As a rehab coordinator for some of the patients, you’ll be responsible for managing their rehab journey.
Successful candidates will be HCPC registered with excellent neuro clinical skills, strong communication skills and the ability to make autonomous decisions under pressure.
To support your development within your chosen area, you will receive clinical supervision from the Clinical Lead, a yearly appraisal and regular training sessions. There are opportunities to attend external training courses as required.
Reporting to the Deputy or Ward Manager, you will be a core member of the nursing and care support team, providing a comprehensive service to both patients and their families. You will also work closely with other members of the wider interdisciplinary group in delivering individualised therapy programmes and interventions.
You will be required to regularly review and update protocols, risk assessments and care plans and monitor the progress of individuals on your caseload against specified goals. You will be working alongside other healthcare professionals such as nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, assistant psychologists and medical practitioners.
If you would like to find out more about working for Renovo, please contact our HR team on 01732 833924 or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Renovo is committed to equality of opportunity in all areas of its operations. All individuals will be treated in a fair and equal manner and in accordance with law, regardless of age, gender, marital status, race, religion, colour, disability or sexual orientation.
We encourage those who have experience within one of the disciplines below who are looking for next opportunity to contact us, even if there is no active vacancy.