PERMANENT REGISTERED MENTAL HEALTH NURSE REQUIRED IN NORFOLK

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Norwich
Salary
32000.00 - 32000.00 GBP Annual + GBP32000/annum
Posted
07 Feb 2017
Closes
22 Feb 2017
Function
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Service Care Solutions are looking for an experienced Registered Mental Health Nurse to work within a 10 bedded, holistic Mental Health Hospital in the Norfolk area. The service is for women aged 17-65 with complex challenging disorders who have done less well in main stream psychiatric setting and provides them with holistic and healthy living support. The working hours are 42 hours per week including paid breaks and completed over various shift patterns which is internally rotated.

This vacancy is a permanent job role with a salary of GBP32,000 per annum.

Staff Supervision and support:

1. Ensure that all clinical and ancillary staff working on the shift are informed as to the work required and the specifics of delivery of care to each patient.
2. Ensure that all clinical and ancillary staff are comfortable and competent with the work that they are asked to undertake, offering support, instruction and supervision where necessary.
3. Act as a point of reference, contact and leadership for clinical and ancillary staff working within the designated care team, ensuring that there is a shared understanding of the process and focus of treatment and care for each patient.
4. To work in collaboration with the Hospital Manager and Clinical Team Leaders to performance man??age identified individuals.
5. Act always in such a way as to promote an environment conducive to learning and supporting per??sonal and professional development.

Personal Development:

1. Undertake to further skills, knowledge base and awareness in respect of issues relating to holistic healthcare practice along with meeting the aspirations of the organisation in terms of enhancing patient care.
2. Engage in line management supervision to support continued personal and professional develop??ment.
3. Facilitate the learning and development of clinical and ancillary staff.
4. Participate in the process of appraisal with a view to identifying strengths and areas for develop-ment, formulating a personal professional development plan.
5. Participate in the process of clinical supervision as a means of reflection on practice with a view to enhancing personal and professional development.

Organisational:

1. To be actively involved in and support the process of clinical audit undertaking such tasks as requested.
2. To be aware of the clinical governance programme and contribute as requested.
3. Have a good working knowledge of KLOE's and ability to implement the same.
4. Participate in the Health and Safety monitoring system as required.
5. Participate in the gathering and collation of data relevant to the organisation as required.
6. Participate in the internal teaching programme for clinical and ancillary staff as required.
7. Attend mandatory staff and organisational meetings.
8. Promptly address, in line with hospital policy, and report any activities, behaviour, incidences that compromise the health, wellbeing and safety of individuals, team and /or the organisation.
9. Undertake any other reasonable duty as requested by the Line Manager