Newly Qualified Nurse - RMN or RNLD - Preceptorship - Private Mental Health Hospital - North London - £27,925 - £31,542 per annum plus benefits
I am currently looking for a motivated and dedicated newly qualified RMN or RNLD to take on a preceptorship staff nurse position within a private mental health hospital.
This service provides 24 hour specialist care and support for up to 24 men with severe and enduring mental health needs, often with forensic history.
My Client is one of the UK's leading providers of independent specialist secure and step-down care across the UK. With hospitals around the country, 30 years of experience in their sector and highly skilled and experienced teams, they help patients and commissioners find the right care pathways without the need for multiple reassessments.
Their aim is to support residents to make the transition from group living in restricted environments to, where possible, managing their own tenancy in the community.
Benefits of this Newly Qualified Nurse - RMN or RNLD role include:
- A competitive salary
- 25 days annual leave (increasing by a further day for every 2 years of service) to a maximum of 30
- Contributory pension scheme
- Life insurance
- Relocation allowance / season ticket loan
- Career development across the staff nurse grading system
- Subsidised professional memberships and registration (subject to approval)
- Opportunities to develop and progress in a wide variety of care settings.
- Free car parking
- Free on site meals
- Research opportunities
- Employee benefits scheme (eg, discounted shopping vouchers, interest free Apple Products loan scheme)
- Full onsite induction training and orientation programme
- CPD opportunities to support nursing revalidation scheme
Patient Profiles include:
- Patients detained under provisions of the Mental Health Act (1983)
- Men aged 18 years and over
- Primary diagnosis of mental illness
The role of Newly Qualified Nurse - RMN or RNLD involves:
- Providing a high standard of care to people with learning disability and personality disorder
- Developing therapeutic relationships to optimise patient engagement
- Following all codes of conduct, standards and legislation, respecting the rights of others and promoting ethical practice
- Contributing to patient assessments, compiling a plan of care alongside the individual, and monitoring patient progress
- Accepting personal and shared responsibility for the maintenance of quality nursing care, for all patients as part of a multidisciplinary team approach within a forensic setting.
- Working as a Primary Nurse/Care Coordinator for an identified group of patients whilst consistently working within the clinical governance framework.
The successful Newly Qualified Nurse - RMN or RNLD must have:
- A relevant nursing qualification ( RMN or RNLD ) and a current registration with the NMC
- Excellent team working skills, a high level of self-motivation and a flexible approach - our units operate 24 hours 7 days a week, and our nursing staff work shift patterns including weekends, bank holidays and nights.
- A commitment to patient-centred care and to values-based and evidence-based practice
- The legal right to work in the UK