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Registered Mental Health Nurse - Birmingham

Job Field:
Nurse Jobs
Mental Health Jobs
Doctor & Nurse Grade Type:
Nurse Grades
Doctor & Nurse Grade:
Registered Nurse Jobs
West Midlands
Contract Type:
25,000 to 27,500 per annum
Salary Description:
£25000 - £27500 per annum
Job Ref:

Position - Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) - CAMHS
Ref - HBCAM884
Location- Birmingham
Salary - up to £27,500 - DOE
Hours - Full Time - 37.5 Hrs

My clients Hospital is at the forefront of their field, with an international reputation for delivering clinical excellence. Across the UK's largest network of mental health hospitals and clinics they are dedicated to making a real and lasting difference to patients with extraordinarily complex disorders.
The severity of cases means they are looking for Registered Mental Health Nurses who can thrive in an often-demanding environment. It will be challenging, and at times it can feel frustrating and dispiriting. But when your patients turn the corner, when you see that sign of progress, that's when you know all the effort was worth it. That's when you know you have the most extraordinary job.

My clients Hospital is UK's leading independent provider of mental health care and education services. They have an outstanding reputation both for the service they deliver and for the investment they make in their people and in their environment. The hospital has an excellent reputation for delivering a first class CAMHS service.

The successful candidate will be an experienced RMN who is flexible, enthusiastic, self motivated and interested in working within a modern, forward thinking and effective specialist service. You will have proven experience of working within a CAMHS setting and a passion for delivering the highest level of care.

About the Role:
As well as providing outstanding treatment and care, the hospital aims to deliver a service that's empowering for their patients. One in which they can support them in maximising the quality of their life in the least restrictive manner possible. So when you join their multi-disciplinary team, you'll work together to develop personalised, recovery-focused programmes and care pathways. Playing a vital leadership role on the ward, you'll also use your expertise and ideas to help them continually evolve best practice and set new standards both within and across the profession.

The successful candidate will undertake and manage direct patient care, having participated fully in the assessment, planning and evaluation of care needs. Undertaking the delivery of care, including individual and group sessions to agreed quality standards as prescribed by internal procedure and health legislation. You should be prepared to work in an environment that can be very challenging, but also rewarding.

The allocation and the ability to oversee work of junior colleagues and staff. Care, security and maintenance of equipment, drugs and other consumables on the ward/department.
Shared responsibility for the confidentiality, security and accuracy of patient records, data and information. Ensuring good quality patient documentation, which meets regulatory guidelines and statutory requirements.

Qualifications / Skills/ Selection Criteria:
While you'll be RMN qualified and NMC registered, my client will be looking for a range of qualities that go beyond your qualifications and technical ability. Whether you are currently working elsewhere or returning to practice, you'll be patient centric with a commitment to delivering high quality care. Finely tuned decision-making skills, communication skills and organisational capacity are a must, while your flexibility and can-do attitude will enable our patients to build on their existing strengths and feel positive about their lives.

In return:
As you help define patients' futures, the Hospital will do the same for yours. As well as giving you the opportunity to experience the kind of clinical variety that rarely exist in the NHS, you'll enjoy a competitive salary and a benefits package that includes a contribution to your NMC revalidation.

* A competitive salary
* £1000 annual loyalty bonus
* 50% NMC Contribution
* Enhanced disclosure cost coverage
* Comprehensive induction and commitment to on-going training
* 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
* Birthday Holiday - Your Birthday as an extra days annual leave
* Online benefits and cash back rewards
* Cycle to work scheme
* Just drive scheme
* SMART Childcare Vouchers
* SMART Pension option
* Free Parking
* Staff Room
* Subsidised meals
* Free use of Gym
* Enhancements for nights, weekends and bank holidays
* Sick Pay
* Enhanced Maternity Pay inline with NHS

For more information please contact Holly Brace at Pulse Jobs on 0161 245 4453 alternatively
please forward your CV

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