Clinical Nurse Leader - Women's IPU

5 days left

Recruiter
St Andrew's
Location
Northampton
Salary
£29793 - £38861 per annum, Benefits: + Shift Enhancements
Posted
25 Jun 2019
Closes
23 Jul 2019
Ref
121
Contact
Jack Stinson
Nursing Field
Mental Health
Function
Clinical Lead
Job Type
Permanent
Clinical Nurse Leader
Full Time - 37.5 hours per week
Women`s Secure Integrated Practice Unit
Location: Northampton
Competitive Salary - £29,793 - £38,861 (excludes special duty pay)
 
Saturday 30% Extra & Nights Sunday 60% extra
                                                                                      
 
St Andrew`s Healthcare is a charity with an excellent and well-deserved reputation as a provider of specialist mental healthcare. We transform the lives of people with the greatest mental health needs and have a reputation for managing highly challenging patients.
 
Throughout our 180 year history we have helped some of society`s most vulnerable people and today we proudly continue to build world-class mental healthcare services. Our commitment to holistic care, safety, recovery and innovative therapies and treatment makes St Andrew`s the perfect place to take your career to a new level, with ample training and development opportunities being available to support you in achieving your career aspirations.
 
The Women`s Secure Integrated Practice Unit (IPU) offers a gender specific treatment programme for women who require specialist forensic input. The IPU consists of 3 wards comprising of 42 beds, spread across the following wards; Sunley (14 beds) - MSU admission and assessment ward, Seacole (15) - MSU DBT treatment ward, Stowe (14) - Blended, trauma informed care ward
 
The vacancy is on Seacole ward- the IPU`s  MSU DBT treatment ward. You will have the opportunity to both develop and showcase your clinical and leadership skills in a supportive environment. Seacole has a full-time clinical team and offers a variety of assessment and treatment options. 
 
The ward offers an excellent opportunity to deliver value-based healthcare focusing on clinical outcomes. The ward is focusing on using clinically relevant outcomes that will support the recovery and progress of patients to less restrictive environments in line with improvements in their mental health and reductions in their risk.  

The successful candidate will provide day-to-day clinical leadership on a ward, working closely with and reporting to the Nurse Manager.  You will form part of a multi-disciplined clinical team in planning and delivering care within a secure in-patient setting.
 
Applicants must be registered with the NMC and hold a RN-MH /RMN/ RN-LD qualification.
 
The post provides a competitive pay and a comprehensive benefits package.