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Newly Qualified RMN - CAMHS

Job Type:
Permanent
Sector:
Mental Health, Paediatric
Seniority:
Nurse
Region:
London
Location:
London
Salary:
£32,000 per annum
Posted:
30/10/2017
Job Ref:
JL56079

Newly Qualified RMN - CAMHS - London - Salary £32,000 per annum plus up to £8,000 relocation package + Funding for MSc Nursing courses

I am currently recruiting for a Newly Qualified Registered Mental Health Nurse ( RMN ) who is interested in working within a CAMHS setting. This is an exciting opportunity for a Newly Qualified RMN to join a service catering for people between the age of 12 and 18. 

My client is looking for a highly dedicated and motivated Newly Qualified Nurse who has a keen interest in working with people suffering from mental health issues. 

The benefits for the successful RMN include:

  • Excellent salary of £32,000 per annum
  • Relocation package of of up to £8,000
  • Funding for MSs Nursing courses

As a Newly Qualified RMN, you will be responsible for: 

  • Assessing priorities, delegating available resource effectively and ensuring documentation is completed.  
  • Administering medication. 
  • Reviewing the care needs of patients, analysing trends to ensure clinical reports are maintained accurately and care is delivered accordingly based on each patient's requirements. 

As a Newly Qualified RMN, you will have: 

  • A Registered General Nurse ( RMN ) qualification 
  • Current registration with the NMC and a legal right to work in the UK 
  • The ability to use your skills to develop care plans and assessments 
  • Experience of mental health services 
  • A good understanding of the care programme approach and risk assessments
Contact Details:
Tel: 0161 234 9785
Contact: James Lewis

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