There’s no doubt that working in mental health can be hugely rewarding. Here at The Dene, run by Partnerships in Care, it’s particularly fulfilling experience, thanks to the range of wards (which now include acute wards, as well as already well-established low and medium secure female services). There’s also the fact that our service users include both men and women. It means you get to hone your skills (and learn new ones), while enjoying real variety in your day-to-day working life. Above all, you’ll get see the impact that a high standard of long and short-term care can have on many, many lives.
Our Bank RMN role involves:
Providing high quality care in acute wards, low and medium secure wards, with patients suffering from Personality Disorders and Enduring Mental Illness; and acute episodes of illness
Developing therapeutic relationships to optimise patient engagement
Following all codes of conduct, standards and legislation, respecting the rights of others and promoting ethical practice
Contributing to patient assessments, compiling a plan of care alongside the individual, and monitoring patient progress
Promoting professional development within the team.
To be successful as a Bank RMN Nurse, you’ll need:
In addition we have:
Hourly Rates of:
Mon-Fri day £1860
Mon-Fri night £2090
Partnerships in Care is an equal opportunities employer and one of the largest and most experienced independent providers of secure and step down care across the UK for mental illness, learning disability, personality disorder, brain injury and autistic spectrum disorders. The organisation covers the length and breadth of the UK, with over 1400 placements in 32 hospitals. With close to 30 years of experience and over 4,000 staff, we help mental health patients and commissioners find the right care pathways, without the need for multiple reassessments.
The Dene supports patients with varying needs in its female medium secure, low secure and acute wards, and male acute ward. Set in 11 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside, it has extensive educational, occupational and sporting facilities, including a sports hall, tennis court, swimming pool and gymnasium, along with various communal recreation areas. There’s also a library, a purpose built art room and workshop, and two practice kitchens.
The Dene is renowned for its work in the field of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and schema therapy with women to support them through their care pathway via the secure and acute inpatient service for women with high dependency needs and through to the community via the inpatient rehabilitation service at Pelham Woods in Dorking.
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.
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