Bank Registered Learning Disabilities Nurse (RNLD)
Ref: CYG05407

  • Location
  • Cygnet Woking, Redding Way, Knaphill, Woking GU21 2QS
  • Salary
  • £15.03 - £24.27
  • Hours
  • Bank
  • Closing date
  • 27/06/2019
  • At Cygnet Health Care you’ll have the chance to make a real impact on patients, service users & their families.

    We are looking for a professional, ambitious & confident Registered Mental Health or Learning Disabilities Nurse.

    A rewarding role with excellent career prospects, your focus on quality of care will help us achieve our goals.

    RMNs/RNLDs with interests in leadership, research & risk assessment are encouraged to apply.

    If you’re passionate about what you do, we want to talk to you!

    Your Day-to-Day…

    •    Be responsible for the co-ordination, assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of individual patient programs of care with a focus on risk assessment / management strategies, ensuring that the requirements of the Care Program Approach are met in a timely manner
    •    Report any ill health amongst patients and make requests for R.M.O/GP/Professional visits where necessary
    •    Support empowerment of patients having regard for their dignity rights whilst maintaining professional responsibility for individuals in our care
    •    Ensure that individual care plans are completed and maintained in conjunction with Patient, Relatives and other Health Care Professionals, and in accordance with NMC guidelines
    •    Administer prescribed medicines with Healthcare procedure and Healthcare Commission guidelines.

    You are…

    •    Are newly Qualified or an Experienced RMN / RNLD with a current Pin Number
    •    Have experience working with an adult mental health client group
    •    Have knowledge of the Mental Health Act 1983, an understanding of latest nursing practices and are able to deputise in a clinical lead role
    •    Have the capacity to maintain documentation and undertake audits
    •    Compassionate and focused on patient recovery to monitor, manage and reduce risk whilst helping to empower and support service user independence

    Why Cygnet? We’ll offer you…

    • £15.03-£24.27 per hour dependent on shift (Nights, Days, Weekends and Bank Holidays)
    • Strong career progression opportunities within the region, including into management roles
    • RCNi membership
    • Monthly reflective practice, support with revalidation & CPD opportunities
    • Expert clinical supervision & peer support
    • Employee referral scheme
    • Pension scheme and Free life assurance
    • Paid leave for your birthday and anniversary of joining the company
    • Free meals
    • Free pick up and drop off service from Woking train station
    • Employee discount savings & “Cycle to work” scheme
    • We pay 50% of the registration fee with the Nursing and Midwifery Council


    Please note: successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.

    Are you ready for a new and rewarding opportunity? Please click the link to apply.

    *Please note - speculative recruitment emails are not to be sent directly to our clinical staff, these need to go via our internal recruitment team. If speculative candidates are sent directly to a member of the clinical team, we will consider these candidates as our own.*

    Cygnet Health Care has been providing a national network of high quality specialist mental health services for 30 years.

    Cygnet Healthcare has a clear nursing strategy which has been developed by front line staff. Our clinical care is underpinned by strong values and we have a commitment to reducing restrictive practice.

    Here at Woking, we offer a range of secure mental health services for men and women. We provide support every step of the way, supported by a dedicated, multidisciplinary team, including a unique education programme.

    The hospital is also home to low secure facilities for men and women, with a whole range of therapies and services on offer to treat service users with mental health issues and related problems such as self-harm, substance misuse and behaviour management.

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