Position closes on 14th November 2021

The Royal Hospital Chelsea is committed to developing a learning culture where staff are equipped with the skills and capabilities, they need to meet the current and future requirements of the care sector.  Reporting directly to the Head of Nursing the successful candidate will devise and deliver organisational and person-centred training plans and play a key role in leading and embedding a culture of continuous personal development. You will also produce annual training needs analysis which incorporates professional development plus mandated training. 

For this crucial role a good candidate will have a strong clinical portfolio that includes experience in a management/leadership role in the health and social care context. This will be demonstrated by a commitment to promoting a culture of continuous improvement and learning, and to supporting new ways of working. You must have experience of ensuring CQC compliance across the regulated activities and experience of working with a multi-disciplinary team.

This is a full-time role working 42.5 hours per week. We offer a competitive salary, 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, transferable NHS pension or civil service scheme, use of our onsite gym and social club. We offer interest free loans for travel, support your CPD and pay your annual NMC registration fees.  As this post involves working with adults with care and support needs the successful candidate will be required to complete an Enhanced with Barring Disclosure & Barring Service application.

As an organisation we are serious about supporting a diverse workforce that reflects our local community and are very much focused on being an inclusive and compassionate place to work.

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