Mental Health Registered Nurse Band 6
- Job Reference: 00094998-1
- Date Posted: 1 November 2022
- Recruiter: CV-Library
- Location: Oldham, Manchester
- Salary: £18.77 to £29.33 Per Hour
- Sector: Healthcare & Medical, Science & Technology
- Job Type: Temporary
Job Title and Grade: Sister/Charge Nurse - Band 6
Pay Rates: Days: £18.77 Saturdays/Nights: £24.05 Sunday/Bank Hols: £29.33
If you're looking to enhance your skillset, gain more experience or simply increase your earnings, working flexibly through NHS Professionals could be your solution.
You'll have a minimum of 6 months paid experience at Band 6 level within a Mental Health Hospital within the last 3 years and have an active registration with NMC.
We are supporting a large Mental Health Trust in the Manchester area
They provide mental health and learning disability services to people across 200 distinct locations across five boroughs:
Bury, Oldham and Rochdale - mental health and learning disability services for children and adults
Tameside and Glossop - children and adult mental health and learning disability services, health improvement.
Stockport - mental health and learning disability services for children and adultsAreas of work available:
Working age adult wards
Older mental Health wards
Forensics/ Secure units
CAMH wards and Secure units
Psychiatric Intensive Care UnitThe Role
To carry out the role successfully, we are looking for candidates that can undertake the following:
The provision of effective clinical leadership to and management of ward staff.
To maintain personal contact with patients, their relatives and carers. Being sensitive to their needs for respect, privacy and dignity and to act as a senior point of contact on the ward.
To assist in the formulation of staff rotas to ensure the most effective use of manpower and resources in relation to service user need and ward activity.
To assist in the monitoring of all staff sickness, in accordance with Trust policies.
To ensure that all staff follow the guidelines identified in the Trust and National policies.
To participate in the investigation of patient complaints, as per Trust Complaints procedure, aiming to settle complaints with local resolutions at ward level. When unable to do so, to communicate without delay to the Ward Manager.
To assist in ensuring that all clinical equipment is correctly maintained and that all appropriate staff are competent in its correct application.
To deputise for the Ward Manager in their absenceWhat You'll Get
Benefits you'll receive from NHS Professionals
Early visibility of shifts to allow you to plan your diary in advance
Variety of wards and areas to work or gain experience in
Flexibility to suit you
Work this week, get paid next week
Paid holiday as you build your allowance for every shift worked
Stakeholder pension scheme
Choice of shifts at over 50 NHS Trusts in England without registering at multiple TrustsApply Now
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Who are NHS Professionals?
NHS Professionals (NHSP), owned by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), works in partnership with hospital trusts to provide a bank of highly skilled temporary workers who want to work flexibly within the NHS.
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