Hunter Mental Health are looking for an RMN or a RGN to work in a 130 bed hospital in Berkshire. The hospital provides services for male patients detained under the Mental Health Act (1983) who require care in conditions of medium and low security. The hospital offers long-term treatment and rehabilitation to men with enduring mental disorders and forensic histories, and who present with multiple problems, challenging behaviour, high risk behaviour and complex needs.
We are currently seeking RMNs to work full-time on a rota with the ability to work some weekends.
Our RMN role involves:
- Adopting a systemic, individual approach to all patient care plans and communicate the outcomes to the clinical team - both verbally and in writing, ensuring all CPA and risk assessment documentation is kept up to date
- Ensuring effective communications of any concerns relating to patient care
- Deputising in the absence of the Ward Manager and their Deputy to manage the staffing and clinical needs of the ward as required
- Supporting and supervising new or junior staff
- Assisting and supporting regional management in developing and implementing new services
- Managing the assessment, implementation and evaluation of individual patient care plans while promoting a professional working environment to ensure a high standard of patient care
To be successful as a Registered Mental Health Nurse, you’ll need:
- Registered Mental Health or General Nursing Qualification
- First level registration
- Professional training in a related environment
- To organise and prioritise own workload
- Problem solving skills
If you would like any further information regarding this role then please contact Paul Turner.