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About Les Amis

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Les Amis – supporting and empowering Islanders with learning disabilities since 1975.

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Clinical Operations Manager - New and Exciting Opportunity at Les Amis

Sep 21, 2018

Are you looking for a new and exciting opportunity within the care sector? Would you like to be part of an organisation making a difference to those on the island with learning disabilities?

We are currently recruiting for a Clinical Operations Manager, who will oversee the management of nursing staff and support worker teams at Les Amis. The role will include the day-to-day management of the Les Amis complex need and Dementia Unit, taking care of budget and resource management, as well as setting the clinical standards in the care of residents.

The Clinical Operations Manager as the Lead Nurse will be expected to be responsible for the service and make clinical or managerial decisions about individuals care and needs.

The ideal candidate will have a thorough knowledge of the NMC Code (2015) and will be expected to keep fully up to date in developments within their professional discipline. They should be a 1st Level Registered Nurse with 5 years post qualifying experience, with a Management or Leadership qualification. They will work closely with the Board of Directors and the Planning Team to develop the service, playing a key role in recruitment and retention of staff working in the Unit.

This senior post within our charitable organisation will strengthen the care we already provide to over 150 residents and service users of all ages. The successful candidate will be expected to give advice and guidance to Support Workers and to clinical Nurses, making influential clinical decisions.

Our aim is to provide safe, effective and responsible care to our residents and service users.

We are continuing to raise funds for the new Complex Need and Dementia Unit which will home those on the island with learning difficulties suffering from dementia. It is estimated that approximately 1600 people are living with a form of dementia in Jersey, with this figure set to double in the next 20 years People with learning disabilities are five times more likely to develop dementia so Les Amis are working hard to meet the growing need of the learning disability community. Les Amis are actively recruiting the best people to their team to succeed in this challenge.

We are frequently recognised for our achievement and proud that Les Amis is the only Channel Island organisation to have been shortlisted for an Investors in People Awards for 2018, honouring those with the best people management practices. With a reputation for investing heavily in our employees, the charity now employs over 200 people and we are always eager to speak to those with the right attitude and approach to caring.

We will also be recruiting for Registered Nurses in the near future.

For a full job description please click here

For more information or to apply please contact Jo Muir, Head of HR on tel.01534 850612 or email


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