JOB TYPE: Permanent
SALARY: £23000 - £29000/annum pension, training, holiday pay
REGISTERED NURSE - PRIVATE HOSPITAL * * * * *
SALARY: £23,000 - £29,000
FULL TIME POSTS AVAILABLE!
BENEFITS INCLUDE: TRAINING DEVELOPMENT, PENSION SCHEME, PRIVATE HEALTHCARE, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS SCHEME AND MORE!!
A leading Care provider specialising in Learning Disabilities, Mental Health and Elderly Care is currently recruiting for experienced Nurses based in their private hospital near Darlington.
The hospital provides specialist inpatient care for people, of adult working age, with mental health needs who present with complex needs and behaviours that challenge, in a safe and supportive environment. The hospital has five wards delivering individual treatment programmes for:
- High dependency rehabilitation for both males and females with challenging and complex needs
- Two Specialist DBT treatment units for female personality disorder
- Mixed 24/7 acute admission, assessment and treatment unit which also provides an inpatient detox service
They further have a small community step-down house in Darlington town centre, for males with challenging and complex needs.
As part of the clinical team, you will assist on the wards in the development and delivery of care plans, administering medication, supporting the service users with everyday activities, and will play a significant role in assisting and encouraging them to engage in therapeutic activities and organised events designed to help them increase their skills and independence.
You will need a flexible approach to working hours, be able to demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills and exhibit attitudes and behaviours reflective of the company culture, vision and values. Applications are welcomed from well motivated individuals, able to demonstrate initiative and flexibility.
The ideal applicant will need to be a qualified Mental Health Nurse (RMN), Learning Disability Nurse (RNLD) and would consider a Registered General Nurse (RGN) with a current NMC pin, experience of working preferably in a hospital based environment or care home setting, along with a strong background of supporting vulnerable adults with Learning Disabilities and Mental Health problems.
Benefits include a competitive starting salary per annum and the chance to work with an established and growing organisation with real opportunities for training, progression and career development.
For an immediate interview, please do not hesitate to apply!
To be considered for this exciting opportunity please email your CV , or you can call Angela at BS Social Care on (Apply online only) between 09.00 to 17.30 to discuss this role further and take the next step