St John's House is having a recruitment open day on Wednesday 19th October 2016, from 2pm - 8pm. Feel free to drop in with your CV.
For more information, please call ( Phone number removed ) or contact Sara Smith at ( Email address removed ).
There’s no doubt that working in mental health can be hugely rewarding. Here at St Johns House, run by Partnerships in Care, it’s a particularly fulfilling experience, thanks to the range of wards including Medium secure services for men and Low secure service for women. St John's services are part of a care pathway within PiC specialist residential learning disability services in Norfolk and Suffolk with a total of 115 beds at different levels of therapeutic security in four linked specialised residential units
In return for your expertise and hard work, we offer:
Based in the village of Palgrave in Norfolk, the strength of St John's House lies in the quality of the comprehensive assessment, treatment and care it provides. The emphasis is on a holistic and individualised approach delivered by a multidisciplinary team who are skilled, experienced professionals trained in their specific field. Our multi disciplinary team includes psychiatry, psychology, nursing (mental health and learning disability), occupational therapy, specialist teaching, social work and a practice nurse for physical healthcare. We also call in services from GPs, speech and language therapists, dentists, opticians, dieticians and chiropodists.
All positions within Partnerships in Care (PiC) are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. Unless specifically commissioned in advance PiC will not consider Applications submitted by or through agencies.
PiC is an equal opportunities employer.
Please read the job description and person specification carefully and ensure that you demonstrate the knowledge, skills and experience required to carry out the role.
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We aim to write to all applicants informing them of the outcome of their application, but if we have not contacted you after four weeks from the closing date please assume your application was unsuccessful.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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