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Charge Nurse RMN - Locked female rehabilitation - Wolverhampton

Job Description

Charge Nurse RMN - Locked female rehabilitation - Wolverhampton, West Midlands - Salary £35,000 per annum

Contract: 37.5 hours per week

I am currently looking for a Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN), experienced in a low or medium secure setting to join this small locked transitional rehabilitation service in Wolverhampton, West Midlands as Charge Nurse. The small service is part of one of the UK's most familiar mental health care providers and support individuals through the provision of care from acute to recovery. By joining this large mental health company you will benefit from a fully comprehensive and continued training and development package, whereby your personal goals and career aspirations will be supported and nurtured. The service provides transitional care to women with a range of mental health needs including personality disorder, challenging behaviour and those who may be detained under the Mental Health Act.

The benefits of this Charge Nurse (RMN) role include:

•Competitive salary with annual review
•25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
•Assistance with revalidation process
•Ongoing training and CPD opportunities

My client is a small, purpose built, all female mental health transitional service which delivers excellent mental health care to individuals who require a period of stability before starting their rehabilitation programme. Offering rehabilitation and a safe place for those who need a safe environment to reduce the risk to themselves and others and recovery for individuals who may be sectioned under the Mental Health Act (1983). You will have experience working in a similarly clinical and complex mental health environment with patients of a forensic, acute and enduring mental health background. Some patients have a diagnosis of complex, enduring and largely treatment resistant conditions including substance misuse and challenging behaviour.

You will have a sound knowledge of both theoretical and clinical aspects of nursing including developments within your profession. As Charge Nurse (RMN) you will be providing clinical leadership to all members of the healthcare team. The service aims to provide support to each of their patients in order to enable them to fulfill their goals and take positive steps towards recovery. As part of the multidisciplinary team you will provide intensive therapy to residents which encouraging them to maintain their independence. The service is considered one of the most highly regarded services in the area and they are looking for an accomplished and passionate Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) to join their team as Charge Nurse.

As a Charge Nurse (RMN) you will be responsible for:

•To identify the care needs of patients while planning and implementing nursing intervention
•To communicate information accurately on patient care to the relevant parties while adhering to the principles of information governance
•To administer drugs and checking/preparations in accordance with NMC guidelines
•To assist in the induction and development of new and junior staff members

As a Charge Nurse (RMN) you will have:

•Experience in secure or locked rehab setting
•A Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) qualification
•Current and valid registration with the NMC and a legal right to work in the UK
•An enhanced DBS
•Experience of mental health services
•Acute experience (desirable)
•Knowledge of the revised Mental Health Act (1983)

To apply for this exciting opportunity, send your CV to: or call Alice on 0161 235 6966.


Company Overview

Liquid Personnel is a specialist social work and social care recruitment consultancy, supplying temporary and permanent staff to vacancies throughout the UK.

We are an award-winning consultancy and a leading supplier to many UK local authorities, care home groups, fostering agencies, and other organisations.