Band 5 Mental Health Nurse – Elderly Care
Permanent, full time
The Channel Islands
£25, 328 - £32, 780 per annum
Are you a registered mental health nurse looking for a new challenge to relocate and work in The Channel Islands?
Pulse is working alongside a well-esablished leading organisation based within The Channel Islands to recruit for their recently refurbished and modernised mental health services.
The service offers a 22-bedded hospital dedicated to providing high quality services to elderly patients with complex behaviours, assessments and dementia care. The island has recently launched a Dementia Framework to help provide support and respect for patients diagnosed with dementia, and other conditions.
You would become an integral member of a highly specialised multidisciplinary team working across, day centres, in patient units and assessments wards. It is a challenging and rewarding opportunity to develop your skills whilst also enjoying a great work life balance on the island.
We are looking to hear from band 5 registered mental health nurses who are adaptable, multi-skilled and have a genuine interest in working with older patients. Previous experience within this speciality is not essential.
You will be rewarded with a great benefits package including:
- Highly competitive salary up to £32, 780 per annum
- Annual uplift of £1119 bonus*
- Loyalty bonus of £3000 after 2 years and 4 years*
- 270 hours and 9 bank holidays annual leave
- Relocation allowance and subsidised hospital accommodation*
- Genuine investment and support in your career with access to a Masters course
- NMC renewal fees
If you are looking to make a new career move now, and are excited by the opportunity to work overseas then we would like to hear from you. Make an application today or call our dedicated consultant on 020 7050 1037.
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.