– RMN – Female Low Secure Unit – Mental Health & Personality Disorder - Nottingham Ref
– up to £31700Hours
– 37.5 hours - Full time
An exciting opportunity for an RMN (Registered Mental Health Nurse) to work in Nottingham. If you are currently working as an RMN and you are ready for a new challenge, then this could be exactly what you have been looking for!
Our clients are an independent healthcare company with an established reputation as a market leader in the provision of the highest quality care to people with mental illness and/or personality disorder.
They provide care for women who require rehabilitation and care within the safety and security of a holistic environment where their physical, social psychological, spiritual, cultural and educational needs are met
This is an exciting opportunity for you to be working for a Company that is passionate about providing the best care in the best environment. As an RMN you wil
• Responsible for the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of individual care plans.
• Participate in a range of assessments including risk and self-harm.
• To supervise a designated number of Health Care Assistants and students.
• To assist in standard setting and evaluating quality outcomes.
• Expected to take charge of the ward/Unit in the absence of the person with continuing responsibility, under the direction of senior staff.
• To work as a Primary / Named / Key Worker advising and supporting junior colleagues.
• To maintain good standards of communication, both oral and written, in accordance with NMC guidance.
• Responsible for reporting to the Ward Manager any circumstances that may affect the delivery of care and/or efficient running of the ward.
• To provide supervision to other staff, qualified and unqualified.
• To ensure the security of the unit and all who use it and that policies and procedures are in place and followed.
As an RMN should be
• Registered Nurse Qualification (Mental Health/Learning Disability) Level 1 or 2
• Knowledge of Mental Health Act and associated legislation.
• Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing.
• Flexible approach to care.
• Ability to work effectively within a multidisciplinary team.
• Ability to work flexibly over the 24 hour period.
• Ability to use the clinical supervision process effectively.
• Ability to identify and use opportunities for self-development.
• Commitment to the values of equal opportunities, policy and practice.
• Group work skill
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.