Registered Nurse - RMN or RNLD - Mental Health Hospital - Locked and Step-Down Rehabilitation - Wrexham, North Wales - £24,000 - £33,000 depending on experience
Full Time - Permanent - Days & Nights
I am currently looking for an experienced Registered Mental Health Nurse ( RMN ) or Registered Learning Disabilities Nurse ( RNLD ) who is keen to secure a new role working with one of the leading providers in mental health care and look to develop your nursing and management skills.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a Registered Mental Health Nurse ( RMN ) or Registered Learning Disabilities Nurse ( RNLD ) to join a new 34 bed locked and step-down rehab service in Wrexham, North Wales, which is to open in early 2018.
The benefits of this Registered Nurse - RMN or RNLD role include:
- Private medical insurance
- Personal health insurance
- Free Parking25 days' annual leave plus 8 bank holidays increasing to 30 days plus bank holidays with length of service
- Career development progress across the Staff Nurse grading is via a distinct career path
- A contributory pension scheme
- Life assurance
As a Registered Nurse - RMN or RNLD you will be:
- Contributing to patient assessments, compiling a plan of care alongside the individual, and monitoring patient progress
- Providing a high standard of care to people with mental illness 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
As a Registered Nurse - RMN or RNLD you will have:
- Valid NMC PIN and are RMN or RNLD qualified and consistently comply with standards of professional practice whilst maintaining valid 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