mental health nursing jobs with Pulse

As a leading UK mental health nursing recruitment agency, Pulse offers a wide range of opportunities for registered mental health nurses (RMN), learning disabilities nurses (RNLD), psychiatric nurses, community psychiatric nurses (CPN) and healthcare assistants (HCA). We offer the widest choice of shifts across the NHS and private sector, so you can make your flexible mental health nursing job work for you.

Mental health nursing jobs

Explore our range of mental health nurse jobs in the UK. We offer a variety of permanent roles as well as temporary and locum mental health nursing roles across the NHS and private healthcare organisations.

Mental Health Nurse Band 7 -London

Pulse are looking for registered and experienced Band 7 Registered Mental Health Nurses to work with our client based in Havering, London.   At Pulse, we understand that being a mental health…

London
Temporary/ locum
£38.71 – £38.71 (Hourly)
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Community Mental Health Nurse Basingstoke

*Pulse Nursing Temp – Role Description* *Role – Details Go Here*

Hampshire
Temporary/ locum
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Substance Misuse Nurse – Birmingham

Substance Misuse Nurse Permanent, full time – Monday – Friday , 9am – 4:30pm Birmingham Band 6, £37,052 – £44,761 per annum, pro rata, dependent on experience Are you a Registered nurse…

West Midlands
Permanent
£37,052 – £44,761 (Annual)
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Staff Nurse – Eating Disorders, South London

Pulse Nursing have been given an exciting job opportunity in Roehampton, South London for a staff nurse to become a permanent member of a private mental health hospital. The hospital specializes in…

London
Permanent
£32,000 – £34,279 (Annual)
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Staff Nurse – Eating Disorders

Pulse Nursing have been given an exciting job opportunity in Roehampton, South London for a staff nurse to become a permanent member of a private mental health hospital. The hospital specializes in…

London
Permanent
£32,000 – £34,279 (Annual)
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Staff Nurse – CAMHS, South London

Pulse Nursing have been given an exciting job opportunity in South London, for a Mental Health Nurse to become a permanent member of a private mental health hospital. The hospital specializes in…

London
Permanent
£32,000 – £34,279 (Annual)
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Staff Nurse – Addictions Unit, South London

Pulse Nursing have been given an exciting job opportunity in Roehampton, South London for a staff nurse to become a permanent member of a private mental health hospital working on the addictions…

London
Permanent
£32,000 – £34,279 (Annual)
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Staff Nurse – Addictions Unit

Pulse Nursing have been given an exciting job opportunity in Roehampton, South London for a staff nurse to become a permanent member of a private mental health hospital working on the addictions…

London
Permanent
£32,000 – £34,279 (Annual)
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Senior Mental Health Nurse – South London

Pulse Nursing have been given an exciting job opportunity in South London, for a senior Mental Health Nurse to become a permanent member of a private mental health hospital. The hospital specializes…

London
Permanent
£34,950 – £37,439 (Annual)
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Registered Mental Health Nurse, Swansea

Pulse Nursing are currently recruiting  Registered Mental Health Nurse’s within the Swansea area. You will be working with vulnerable patients that have mental health traumas and complex needs. You will be responsible…

Swansea
Temporary/ locum
£23.87 – £39.20 (Hourly)
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Registered Mental Health Nurse – South London

Pulse Nursing have been given an exciting job opportunity in South London, for Registered Mental Health Staff Nurses to become permanent members of a private mental health hospital. We are looking a…

London
Permanent
£32,000 – £34,279 (Annual)
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Registered Mental Health Nurses – North London

Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) – North London  Pulse are looking for registered and experienced Band 5 Registered Mental Health Nurses to work within hospitals based in North London.   At Pulse,…

London
Temporary/ locum
£27.35
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Mental health nursing jobs FAQs

What does a mental health nurse do?

A mental health nurse provides care and support to people with mental health conditions. Some of a mental health nurse’s day-to-day responsibilities might be developing care plans, administering medication, providing support to patients and their family, and more.

What is a mental health nurse’s salary in the UK?

A mental health nurse’s salary in the UK, in the NHS, starts in the region of £25,000, rising to around £31,000 in band 5. Experienced NHS mental health nurses can earn in the region of £40,000 and up to £53,000. Mental health nurse jobs in the private sector may have varying salaries, depending on a number of things such as location, type of organisation and year of experience.

How do you get a job in mental health nursing?

You need to be registered with the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) to work as a mental health nurse in the UK. To be eligible to register you must complete a pre-registration nursing degree or registered nurse degree apprenticeship delivered by an NMC-approved education institution (AEI). Then it’s beneficial to gain experience to develop the skills required to become a mental health nurse before applying for jobs in mental health nursing.

Why choose Pulse to find a mental health nursing job?

At Pulse, we put our nurses first. We don’t just help you to find jobs, but we support you with your career goals. We’re a leading mental health nursing agency with dedicated consultants who will give you personalised support when looking for your next mental health nursing role. We’re proud to have been awarded approved supplier status on all major NHS frameworks; meaning unlike some agencies, our mental health nurses have access to shifts at all major NHS trusts. We also partner with many private sector organisations which gives you lots of choice when choosing which sector you would like to work in. 

Rewards & benefits

You’ll receive a range of excellent rewards and recognition for your hard work.

Training

You’ll be given expert training, support and advice to ensure you progress in your career.

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