Job role: Registered Mental Health Nurse – Adult Acute.
Job sector: Healthcare.
Job Type: Full-time.
Country: United Kingdom.
Salary: £28,407 – £34,581 per year.
- Supporting your career development and progression.
- Excellent NHS Pension scheme.
- Generous maternity, paternity, and adoption leave.
- Options for flexible working.
- Up to 27 days annual leave (increasing with service up to 33 days) and the opportunity to purchase additional leave.
- Extensive Health and Wellbeing support and resources.
- If you work in our community teams, we pay for your time traveling between patients.
- Lease car if you complete more than 500 business miles per annum, fully insured and maintained (including tires), mileage paid at lease car rate.
- Salary sacrifice car – fully insured and maintained (including tires), your gross pay is reduced by the cost of the vehicle before tax, NI and pension deductions are calculated, and milage paid at business rates.
- Salary sacrifice bikes up to £2k.
- Free car parking at all trust sites.
- Free flu vaccinations every year.
- Citizens Advice support linked with a Hardship Fund for one-off additional support up to £250 (if the criteria are met).
About the Job.
Are you a Mental Health Nurse (RMN) looking for a new opportunity to work in an organization that will help you develop and achieve your goals to become the best you can be? If so, you’re in luck.
Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has an opportunity to join our Adult Acute Mental Health Brocton Ward at St Georges Hospital Stafford. Brocton House is a 20-bed inpatient facility for working-age adults with acute mental health problems. We also provide a 6-bed ‘Whittington Suite’ for serving military personnel.
We are an award-winning Trust and have recently been ranked by HSJ awards as the top in the Midlands for Mental Health, Learning, and Development, and Community Trusts as the Best Place to Work recommended by employees. When you come to work with us, we will help you reach your full potential. Not only that, we will actively seek opportunities to share the great things you are doing, with others locally, regionally, and nationally.
As an experienced Mental Health Nurse (RMN) from the NHS or private sector, you’ll join a team that works in close partnership with Staffordshire Police and Mental Health Services, and you’ll join a Trust that puts people at the heart of what we do.
We provide inpatient facilities for working-age adults with acute mental health problems and we are looking for caring, compassionate individuals to work within our acute service who are committed to providing high-quality care and treatment to our patients. Working in an acute environment can be challenging, but with the right team, positive attitude, and resilience we are rising to the challenge and reaping the reward of being able to support people during their most difficult times.
With you on our team, we will empower you to work innovatively, showing a commitment to providing compassionate care and a strong desire to improve the patient’s experience. You will be able to apply the philosophies of engagement, recovery, and positive care in your work with your patients.
Your career with us will be enjoyable and rewarding as you develop specialist skills and make a real difference for some of the most vulnerable people in society.
It’s a career that you can take pride in and enjoy, and together we can make life better for our communities.
- Delivering a high-quality clinical service to patients and their families.
- Acting as a named nurse to a group of patients under the direction/supervision of the person identified with continuing responsibility.
- Participating in therapeutic group work programs.
- Taking charge of the ward in the absence of the ward manager and deputy ward manager.
- You will be responsible for the assessment of care needs and contributing to; the formulation of the person’s needs and the development of a relevant plan based on the person’s negotiated goals and relevant evidence-based interventions.
- You will, in conjunction with the multi-disciplinary team, provide nursing interventions to support the person to meet their agreed goals and coordinate and/ or participate in the review of progress towards those goals, utilizing recommended outcome measures, involving the service user and any identified carer throughout the clinical.