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Clinical Nurse Team Leader - RMN or RNLD

Job Type:
Permanent
Sector:
Mental Health, Learning Disabilities
Seniority:
Senior Nurse
Region:
South East
Location:
Woking, Surrey
Salary:
£39,000 per annum
Posted:
27/11/2017
Job Ref:
SDC57661

Clinical Nurse Team Leader - RMN or RNLD - Woking, Surrey - to £39,000 per annum plus benefits and relocation

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

This is a brilliant opportunity for a Registered Nurse ( RMN or RNLD ), with team leader or managerial experience working with adults or adolescents with mental illnesses or learning disabilities.

You will be providing high levels of care within a fantastic mental health hospital that specialises in the treatment and management of mental health problems for adults and adolescents. They want a dedicated Clinical Nurse Team Leader who can work within a specialist setting and with a team who strive to provide exceptional standards of care.

As a Clinical Nurse Team Leader - RMN or RNLD, you will be responsible for:

  • Leading the shift, assessing priorities, delegating available resources effectively and ensuring documentation is completed
  • Administering, recording and ordering medication
  • Reviewing the care needs of patients, analysing trends to ensure clinical reports are maintained accurately and ensuring care is delivered accordingly based on each individual patient's requirements
  • Supporting the Registered Manager in the responsibility of the nursing service
  • Delegating responsibility and accountability to the Senior Nurses and team leaders

As a Clinical Nurse Team Leader - RMN or RNLD, you will have: 

  • A Registered Nurse ( RMN or RNLD ) 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 working in mental health services
  • A good understanding of the care programme approach and risk assessments 

Contact Details:
Tel: 0207 046 6209
Contact: Steve Davis-D'Cruz

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