Clinical Lead Complex Care – Adults 

TRC have been retained exclusively by one of the leading providers of specialist complex care in Cornwall.  


Our client provides person-centred nurse-led care for adults and children living in their own homes with complex physical disabilities and life limiting conditions. Their person-centred approach ensures that each person in their care reaches their maximum potential.  


This role is overseeing the clinical aspects of the packages within the area. 


70% field based / 30% home based 


Client needs may include:  


Long term conditions (eg, Cerebral Palsy, MND, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, MS). 



Spinal Injury. 

Acquired brain injury. 

Paediatric complex care. 

Learning disability. 

End of life care. 

Medication management. 

Diet and nutrition management. 


Key Responsibilities: 


Implementation of new care packages 

Re-assessment of clinical tasks/requirements 

Leading monthly team meetings 

Care planning and risk assessments – initial and ongoing 

New client meetings (where required) 

Medication and clinical audits 

Clinical supervision, for Registered Nurses working on our care packages 

Competency sign off and management 

Clinical liaison with the MDT where required. 

To provide standard and emergency support to the regional Care functions. 

To provide clinical oversight in accordance with current best practices, according to policy and procedures, agreed standards, legislative requirements, relevant regulations under the CQC. 

Direction of the Operations Manager and Clinical Management, and within the financial plans agreed from time-to time. 

To support the Care services within the company in accordance with agreed standards. 

The role will also include ensuring that our care teams have the relevant skills to provide personal care and support to all clients, including bathing, washing and preparing/supporting with mealtimes (as/where appropriate), and all other personal care tasks as required, ensuring that all of their personal care needs are met. 

Ensuring that care staff are properly trained in the use of specialist medical equipment. 

Understand and work within the structure and ethos. 

To work in line with the company mission, vision, values. 

Develop effective working relationships with the care teams and Management teams. 

To maintain clinical skills at a current level and undertake such training and development as may from time-to-time be required to maintain practices as up-to date. 

Assist in the development and support of staff through spot checking as required along with feedback and planning of resultant actions where required.  

Daily travel will be required within this role. 




Registered Nurse / Midwife with current NMC registration or Registered Allied Health Professional with current HCPC registration. 

Experience of interviewing registered and unregistered healthcare professionals. 

Healthcare experience is required. 


A full job specification can be provided upon request.  

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