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RMN RNLD Nurse Mental Health/Learning disability. Job in United Kingdom Care Jobs

United Kingdom
Job Type
Full Time
22 Jun 2022
Cityworx are working in Partnership with a leading Hospital Group to recruit a significant number of Mental Health / Learning Disability Nurses RMN RNLD
Our client is offering a generous relocation package, which includes deposit and months' rent for accommodation.
The role will entail working as part of a multi-disciplinary team, where you will be responsible for the assessment, formulation, implementation and evaluation all relevant support plans for the service specific model of care. To undertake and support all relevant forms of clinical care as instructed.
Key Accountabilities
To work in line with all organisational policies/procedures, values and beliefs and support the staff team to do the same.
To provide direction and be a role model, facilitating best practice and best outcomes for patient group.
Understand and promote the rights of patients at all times.
Understand and promote dignity and respect in all aspects of your daily work.
Understand and promote awareness and respect of the confidentiality of patients, unless doing so would be a risk to them, others, or the organisation.
Understand and respect the confidentiality of your colleagues and the wider organisation.
Understand and inform those you supervise/support that communicating the organisations business to any external party, including ex-employees, without express permission, may result in a disciplinary process.
As required participate in cross site working, therefore reducing cost across the service.
To use effective, professional, written and verbal communication at all times, ensuring the correct information is delivered to the correct person at the correct time.
To understand and adhere to all security requirements for the service, including attending/delivering training when required.
Clinical Responsibilities
To ensure all staff work within the prescribed model of care, using PSB, recovery support plans, safety support plans and any other prescribed plans, to reduce restrictive interventions and facilitate consistency of care and building of therapeutic relationships.
Ensure that wherever possible all patients are offered the opportunity to participate in and write and sign their behavioural support plan.
To ensure all patients are offered on a weekly basis 1:1 primary contact and that this is recorded on care partner.
Ensure patient records are factual, accurate and contemporaneous and detail patients' progress within clinical area.
Ensure all required reports are factual, accurate and up-to -date of the required standard
To ensure talk through forms are offered to patients following any incident requiring safe holds and fully record outcome of offer in care partner
Support and complete staff de-briefs when staff have been involved in seated or supine safe holds.
To actively participate with the multidisciplinary team in assessment, formulation, implementation and evaluation of individual centered treatment plans.
To ensure a high standard of nursing care during procedures and treatments including the safe storage, administration and recording of medicines in accordance with Legislation, organisational and local policies and NMC Code of professional Conduct.
Observe the code of Professional Conduct as laid down by the Nursing Midwifery Council.
To report any complaints, health and safety issue or concerns in accordance with agreed procedures/processes.
Be up to date with your mandatory and service specific training, ensuring the staff you support are fully compliant in this area by checking and discussing and documenting at 1:1 meetings.
Comply with all requirements to maintain annual PIN re-newel and 3 yearly re-validation.
Management Responsibilities:
To ensure all staff new to the service are welcomed, supported, and provided with the correct information and orientation to enable them to competently undertake their role.
To report staff absence to the appropriate Senior Manager, completing required documentation as soon as possible.
To actively and positively participate in the PDR process.
To actively support and manage those allocated staff through the PDR process
To ensure the service is ready for any new admission as directed by the Senior Team.
Observe the Statutory requirements of the current Mental Health Act, ensuring relevant documents are completed and filed appropriately on receipt.
Understand and meet the organisational, service and own accountability and responsibility for legislative, contractual and regulatory standards.
Be aware and educate others to participate professionally in all external and internal Inspections/Audits. Understand that your contribution reflects on the standard of your work and a positive outcome for the service.
Ensure any agency staff on site are full compliant with all required documentation, uniform and have a current induction before accessing the units.
To act, as directed, as senior nurse on site ensuring access and availability to all required information.
The above list of duties is not exhaustive and a further detailed job spec will be provided
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  • Job Reference: 633249446-2
  • Date Posted: 22 June 2022
  • Employer: CityWorx
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Salary: £35,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Bens & Relocation package
  • Sector: Disability Support, Mental Health, Nursing, Other
  • Job Type: Full Time