Learning Disabilities Clinical Lead

Job title: Learning Disabilities Clinical Lead
Location: Bristol with flexible hybrid remote working

Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm
Salary: £40,000

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(Please note you will be taken to our careers site to apply)

About the opportunity

Are you passionate about people and delivering exceptional levels of care? Do you want to join a high-performing team within a global organisation who are truly invested in developing people. We have a brilliant role which allows you to still use your clinical skills within the health care sector but in a different setting, hybrid office/home setting.

We believe in putting people first, which is why we are growing our clinical team who play a significant role in the success of the business. If you are looking for a rewarding role where you can make a difference to people’s lives every day, then apply now!

Part of Acacium Group, Thornbury Nursing Services (TNS) are leaders in the healthcare recruitment market with a mission to deliver the highest standards of nursing care where no one else can. As a global healthcare organisation, our company purpose is firmly anchored in improving people’s lives- get in touch and be prepared to make a world of difference!

What you will be doing

  • Point of contact for advice on Learning Disability service provision
  • Working closely with the office-based teams, liaise with all relevant health professionals, Multi Disciplinary Teams, TNS workers, clients and service users to ensure the success of provision
  • Keeping role specific clinical knowledge up to date to ensure the service provided to workers, service users, clients and other internal stakeholders is of the best quality
  • Participating in clinical projects with the LD market to ensure standards are met
  • Providing relevant clinical support to the other clinical leads as required
  • Establishing relationships with TNS field workers, keeping regular contact and conduct on-site visits where required, across the country.

To be successful within this role, you will need to have

  • RNLD registration – minimum 3 years’ experience
  • Experience in working with people who present with behaviours that challenge
  • To be resilient with the ability to work autonomously and to have excellent time management skills

What we can offer you

You will have access to our Rewards Platform and receive a wide range of benefits including, but not limited to:

  • Dedication to developing you and your career- we can give you a platform and the support needed to take your career in whichever direction you decide
  • Gym Flex
  • Regular company and team events which focus on team building and having FUN!
  • Discounted Tastecard membership
We are passionately committed to being a truly inclusive and diverse company- it is at the heart of our core value of Putting People First. We continue to enhance our culture of inclusion and diversity across all of our roles and actively encourage applications from all backgrounds and communities. Our commitment to employee development through training has resulted in a World Class personalised progression pathway with Learning and Development courses to choose from in order to enhance your skills. If you are looking for a role where you are a valued member of a key business function, where you can push your career forward in a company that continues to grow year on year, then contact us now with your current CV to apply.

About us

Thornbury Nursing Services specialises in recruiting and supplying exceptional nurses to NHS and private care organisations, often at extreme short notice. With over 40 years’ experience in responding to last-minute requirements, our service is fast, reliable, professional and most importantly trusted. We care passionately about our nurses and the difference they make to the lives of patients and clients.


Apply here 

(Please note you will be taken to our careers site to apply)