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Health and Wellbeing Nurse (RGN or RMN)

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Health and Wellbeing Nurse (RGN or RMN) - Inpatient Detoxification Unit - Birmingham, West Midlands - £26,500 - £31,000 dependent on experience

Working Hours: Full Time

Shift Patterns: Days & Nights on rotation

Benefits: Support through Revalidation, competitive salary, annual pay increments, comprehensive training, support and professional development.

I am currently recruiting for a Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN) to join this influential national charity based in Birmingham, West Midlands. Providing outstanding opiate and alcohol detoxification and continued treatment across the UK, this charity service delivers the majority of the addiction recovery services nationally.

The RGN/RMN Health and Wellbeing Nurse position involves a broad range of complex general nursing skills but does attend equally to the mental wellbeing of each patient. As a company they aim to promote abstinence based care and during their patient's 2-4 week stay, the focus will be on detox rather than therapy.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN) to join a fast-paced and exciting charity service in which you can develop professionally and progress within your career.

In your role as Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN) in this substance misuse detox unit you will play an integral part in an experienced multidisciplinary team consisting of Doctors, Recovery Workers and Peer Mentors. Each member of the team plays an essential role and provides a high level of individualised care to every patient who comes into the service. You will be competent across a range of skills, supported by professional and clinical knowledge. You will have sound knowledge of the treatment journey, an understanding of the importance of long term care, and have a positive attitude towards training and development.

Although mental health can be a cause or result of substance misuse and is imperative to the charity's values, their services provide detox rather than therapeutic rehabilitation. As a Registered Nurse (RGN/RMN) it is not essential that you have extensive experience working within substance misuse. It is however vital that you as an RGN have an exceptional level of clinical competence appropriate to requirements such as ECG, BBV testing, Phlebotomy, Seizure Management, Hepatitis screening and a demonstrable, keen interest in this specialism of nursing.

As an RMN it is essential that you have experience working in either substance misuse or areas of mental health such as forensic, secure or locked settings or in prison services. Any deficit in clinical knowledge can be trained, however it is essential that you are able to demonstrate how you arrived at the decision to move into this niche area of nursing.

The benefits of this Health and Wellbeing Nurse (RGN or RMN) role include:

•Generous salary package up to £31,000 per annum
•25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
•Relevant training and development
•Support through Revalidation
•Annual salary increments

As a Health and Wellbeing Nurse (RGN or RMN) you will be:

•Team player
•Ability to prioritise and meet deadlines
•Willing to 'go the extra mile'
•Business focused
•Professional demeanour
•Excellent communication skills

The ideal Health and Wellbeing Nurse (RGN or RMN) will possess the following:

•Registered Nurse (RGN or RMN) qualified with relevant experience
•Demonstrable experience or interest in substance misuse
•Current and valid registration with the NMC and a legal right to work in the UK

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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.