Qualified Nurse – RMN / RNLD / RGN – Female Locked Rehab
(Preceptorship / Newly Qualified – £36,000)
Hours of work: long days, full time is 14 shifts every 28 days.
My client provides care for patients with enduring mental illnesses and challenging behaviours, who may also be detained under the 1983 Mental Health Act or be subject to court orders.
Qualified Nurse RMN / RNLD must:
- Be responsible for providing care to patients while adhering to compliance standards.
- Assure quality care by adhering to standards set by the organisation
- Be enthusiastic and dynamic
- Be professional and compassionate
- Be computer literate
- Be motivated to work within a multidisciplinary setting
- Be able to work flexible shift patterns
- Have excellent communication skills – written and verbal
- Enjoy working with patients who may present with challenging behaviours and have complex mental health problems
- Be able to write reports and attend: CPA’s, Tribunals and Managers Hearings
- Working within a highly professional and motivated team
- 33 days annual leave entitlement
- Double time for working bank holidays
- Time and a half overtime rate
- Ongoing free training opportunities and continuous professional development
- Enrolled pension scheme (after qualifying period) with contributions at 3%
- Full RCNi revalidation package
- Free parking
Due to the location of the site, my client may be able to offer transport from Leek.
You will be trained in the MAYBO method of de-escalation and physical restraint
You will have supervision when required to ensure you are able to talk about your experiences – so please take this into consideration before applying.
Must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
Must have a clear DBS
Please apply if you are a qualified Nurse and have experience working with individuals with mental health.
If you feel like you have the correct qualification and skills to fulfil this position, please apply through this advert or email me at email@example.com. Alternatively, call me on 07858 950 444 or 0191 543 6209.