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Substance Misuse Nurse - RGN / RMN / RNLD - Prison Service

Job Type:
Permanent
Sector:
Mental Health, Prison Service, Substance Misuse
Seniority:
Nurse, Band 6
Region:
East of England
Location:
Norwich
Salary:
£30,000 to £32,000 per annum
Posted:
15/03/2019
Job Ref:
RS-88524

Substance Misuse Nurse - RGN / RMN / RNLD - Prison Service - Norwich - £30,000 - £32,000p/a

Our client is one of the largest providers of private health care across the country and is looking to recruit for their CAT B male prison in Norwich, Norfolk. If you are an experienced registered nurse (RGN, RMN or RNLD) who has experience working in secure mental health or substance misuse then this is a fantastic opportunity to secure a role as a band 6 substance misuse nurse.

You will be providing clinical input to offenders and supporting junior colleagues. You will also work within the team of multi disciplinary staff to assist and support senior staff in delivering a nurse-led integrated primary care service.

Benefits of this role:

  • Training and development opportunities
  • NHS pension 
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Access to bank hours
  • 40% of travel
  • Free parking 

Working as a Substance Misuse Nurse in a Prison, you will:

  • Work as part of a multidisciplinary team
  • Develop a specialist practice-based clinical model
  • Deliver primary care
  • Support people with complex long-term conditions, often further complicated by substance misuse and/or pre-existing mental ill-health
  • Provide clinical input in care plans

You will need:

  • Nursing Qualification (RGN, RMN or RNLD)
  • Valid NMC Pin
  • Experience in Medium Secure setting or Substance Misuse

For more information please email hcpapplications@liquidpersonnel.com

Contact Details:
Tel: 0161 234 9793
Contact: Ryan Speak

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