Senior Staff Nurse - Registered Learning Disabilities Nurse (RNLD) - Bradford, West Yorkshire - £34,944 per annum
Full Time, (42 hours per week)
Do you want the chance to use and grow your skills and knowledge while making a difference to society?
If so, this company will offer you the chance to become part of a great team!
This vacancy is based in the Bradford, West Yorkshire area. The company is the leader provider in Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Support. This service is a 16 bed rehabilitation service for women with mental health problems or complex behavioural issues.
Our residents have often been placed within other settings which have been unable to meet their needs due to the level of behaviours they present. Some of our residents also have physical disabilities which require nursing care.
As a Senior Staff Nurse with this leading client, you will take the role of nurse on duty and have responsibility for a team of nursing and care staff. You will lead by example, delivering hands-on nursing care and providing strong leadership to your team. You will have a person centred ethos and be committed to enriching the lives of the individuals in your care.
You will be responsible and accountable for providing the highest standards of nursing, clinical and personal support, while promoting independence and choice to our customers. You will directly lead and supervise a team of support staff to ensure the smooth and efficient management of the shift, assessing, prioritising, planning, delegating and monitoring work activities of the support team.
We offer a wide range of employee rewards and benefits including:
- Fair and competitive pay rates.
- Contributory company pension scheme with competitive life cover benefit.
- Substantial and flexible annual leave, with the option to buy or sell, depending on needs (salary sacrifice).
- Access to cash health plan at very favourable rates.
- Access to cycle-to-work benefits (salary sacrifice).
- Access to child-care vouchers (salary sacrifice).
- Comprehensive Employee Assistance Programme.
To be successful in this role you will need:
- To be a registered nurse, (RNLD) and hold a current registration with NMC.
- Thorough and up-to-date knowledge of nursing theory and best practice.
- Experience of providing direct personal and social support (experience of working with people who have physical and/or learning disabilities would be advantageous).
- To be able to work flexibly within rostered hours and participate in the on-call rota as required.