Band 7 Registered Learning Disabilities Nurse - Manchester

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Pulse Nursing has an exciting full-time opportunity for a band 7 registered learning disabilities nurse (RNLD) in the Manchester area.  The unique and innovative role will oversee the bespoke care and support of a complex client, helping them achieve their full potential and experience an increased quality of life.

You will work closely with the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and be pivotal in the planning, management and leadership of the overall care team for the client – in line with the transformation agenda.

The successful applicant will be ambitious, calm and resilient and possess the following:  

  • Band 7 registered learning disabilities nurse (RNLD) or Agenda for Change equivalent.

  • Experience of Autism and severe and challenging behaviour.

  • Awareness of Positive Behavioural Support methods and the ability to implement these.

  • Experience of managing and leading a team.

  • The ability to apply problem solving approaches in the formulation of appropriate person centred goal setting.

  • Excellent communication skills.

  • Flexibility to meet the needs of the client. 

In return, Pulse will offer you:  

  • A full-time, three year role with competitive pay rates.

  • The opportunity to be part of a ground breaking study which will enhance your skills and career.

  • Specialist Revalidation support .

  • Free mandatory training.

  • Dedicated, experienced, supportive and friendly consultants.

  • Referral scheme – earn £250 per nurse recommended to Pulse – T&Cs apply.

  • And much more. 

To apply for this role or for more information simply complete the form below.



Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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