Clinical Nurse Manager - Great Staff to Patient Ratio's (10065) Inner Suburbs Perth, Australia

Salary: AUD125000 - AUD135000 per annum + super
  • Exciting opportunity for an experienced Clinical Nurse Manager – full team in place
  • $125k-$135k + super + benefits – Inner Suburbs – Beautiful Facility
  • 100 Beds – Excellent Nurse to Patient Ratio’s - National Aged Care Provider


Our Client:

Come and work for one of the most prestigious, luxury residential aged care facilities in the whole of WA.  This facility is truly breathtaking with a ‘high end’ feel and ambiance.  They have a full clinical team in place and offer excellent nurse to patient and staff to patient ratios.  Additionally, there is at least 1 med comp carer on each shift acompanied by a full team of carers. 


The Exciting Opportunity:

An exciting position has become for an experienced Clinical Nurse Manager working in the residential aged care sector, who has a strong understanding of the new aged care standards, compliance, accreditation, clinical governance and people management.  You will need to understand what is required to pass accreditation successfully from a clinical perspective whilst leading and developing your own clinical and care team.  Our client is truly committed to investing in the highest quality of care being delivered to residents at all times.

The ideal applicant will be an experienced CNM within a residential aged care setting with strong people leadership experience – you will be highly motivated, adaptable, and willing to be drive clinical excellence to deliver the highest standard of care on a consistent basis.

You will need to demonstrate a passion and determination for creating a positive impact on all clinical care for the residential facility. This is a permanent position working 5 days a week working Monday to Friday ever week.  


On a day to day basis:

You will be responsible for ensuring that your clinical and care team are high performing and committed to deliver outstanding person centred care services.  Additionally, you will manage the clinical service delivery to meet resident's & their family’s needs and be familiar with the new AN-ACC Funding Model where you will identify new funding, uplift opportunities for residents:

  • Lead the clinical team in all care related activities and ensure care plans are kept up to date
  • Provide clinical leadership, advice and support to nurses
  • Ensure the facility functions in line with Residential Aged Care quality standards, legislation, auditing, compliance and best practice guidelines
  • Ensure AN-AAC opportunities are being identified so the resident receives additional services (training will be provided
  • Deliver training to staff – both clinical and non-clinical – identify skills gaps and deliver training
    Identify clinical and care systems, process and performance gaps and provide support to develop corrective action plans - drive clinical and care system development, implementation and monitoring
  • Lead the accurate and timely completion of reporting and documentation in line with relevant legislation, regulatory requirements, professional standards, policies and procedures
  • Lead the clinical team in all care related activities and ensure care plans are kept up to date
  • Identify areas for improvement and apply Continuous Quality Improvement approach
  • Support the Facility Manager with recruitment, orientation, management, admissions and rostering
  • Assist in the management of complaints and procedures


Experience Required:

  • Must be an AHPRA Registered Nurse with a Nursing Degree
  • Must have Residential Aged Care experience with at least 2 years working as a CCC or CNM
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of stakeholders to achieve the required service relationships outcomes
  • Very good leadership skills – demonstrate excellent communication and people skills
  • Strong time management skills – ability to prioritise and work under pressure
  • Must be prepared to apply for a NDIS Clearance if successful



  • Highly competitive salary - $125k-$135k + super + benefits
  • Career progression and development opportunities
  • Fantastic staff to patient ratios
  • Supportive, cohesive environment with strong leadership to help you succeed and achieve work-life balance


This is an urgent requirement so please send your cv immediately to Tanzela Azam – Senior Associate Director by clicking ‘apply now’.