Preceptorship Nurse - Complex Care / Mental Health / Brain Injury
- Job Reference: 00040199-1
- Date Posted: 23 February 2021
- Recruiter: CV-Library
- Location: Birmingham
- Salary: £31,824 to £42,432
- Sector: Healthcare & Medical, Science & Technology, Covid-19
- Job Type: Permanent
Preceptorship Registered Nurse - RGN nurse / Mental Health Nurse / Learning Disability Nurse - An exciting opportunity has arisen for a newly qualified nurse / preceptorship nurse ( Adult Nurse - RGN, Mental Health Nurse - RMN or Learning Disability Nurse - RNLD ) to work within a very positive, dynamic and supportive specialist care home for young adults with complex needs including mental health and physical health, neurological disorders, brain injury and complex dementia in Birmingham.
Service Type: Care Home for young adults with complex needs including neuro-disabilities, brain injury and stroke rehabilitation, mental health and complex dementia
Salary: £17.00 per hour ( £31,824 - £42,432 per annum ) - negotiable depending on your experience
Hours: Full Time and Part Time hours are available - you can choose depending on your preference (options of: 24, 36, 42 or 48 hours per week)
Shifts: Options of Days only or Nights only or Mixed shifts on a rotational basis (8-8 shift pattern) - you can choose depending on your preference
Care Home Details: The Care Home is split into three 10-bedded units. The Care Home has a new Home Manager who is focused and driven about the home, he ensures that services users and all colleagues are given the best tools, surroundings and support to make every day better. He has provided stability to the service which is improving month on month. He's created a fresh dynamic within the team with a more supportive approach. He ensures regular supervisions take place for all colleagues and hold daily, weekly and monthly meetings for everyone so that all colleagues have the ability to express their views and suggestions. Consistency has been created by having nurses work on set floors and not across the whole home.
Preceptorship nurses: In the case of newly qualified / preceptorship nurses, the care home offers a fantastic preceptorship programme. They have a good number of experienced staff to support and mentor newly qualified nurses.
Training / Induction and opportunities for development and progression: The Care Home offers a structured and thorough 2-week induction programme, which will include various training courses. The Home Manager is making sure that all nurses are able to support all of the needs of the Care Home by providing training to all of the nurses and ensuring they are supported with their competencies. Nurses will also have access to training opportunities to develop and enhance your nursing skills. The Home Manager is passionate about personal progression and development and fully recognises the effort of his colleagues. Nurses will have access to clear and structured development programmes where you can see clear pathways to progression within the Care Home.
Comprehensive induction programme
On-going training and development
A very strong talent development programme with a clear development structure
Preceptorship programme for newly qualified nurses
Good CQC rating
Employee of the month award - a voucher is given to colleagues who have gone above and beyond what is expected
28 days annual leave
Company pension scheme
Free car parking
Paid NMC registration after 12 months - Worth £120
Paid enhanced DBS check
RCNi CPD e-learning - offers support and training for revalidation
Retail and leisure discounts
2 for 1 cinema tickets
Employee assistance program - 24 hour helpline and face to face counselling
Free financial advice and assistance
For more information or to apply for the role please call Erin Giles on (phone number removed) or email a copy of your CV to
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