Regional Lead Nurse (RGN or RMN) - Substance Misuse Service
Regional Lead Nurse (RGN or RMN) - Substance Misuse Service - Nottinghamshire - Salary £34,000 - £43,000 per annum
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
I am currently looking to recruit a Regional Lead Nurse for specialist Substance Misuse Services in Nottinghamshire. The successful Regional Lead Nurse will be a Registered General Nurse (RGN) or Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) who has both management and clinical experience.
This is an excellent opportunity for a Nurse who is looking for a new full time position working 37.5 hours per week, while earning an excellent salary of up to £43.000 per annum. As a Regional Lead Nurse, you should be able to manage your work load to reflect 60% management time and 40% clinical time and have access to your own transport.
As Regional Lead Nurse (RGN or RMN) for these Substance Misuse services you will be responsible for:
•Taking overall responsibility for clinical practice within the four Nottinghamshire services
•Providing operational line management to the nurses and NMPs
•Providing safe recovery oriented clinical provision within community venues across Nottinghamshire
•Managing the logistics, quality, quantity and compliance of all clinical interventions
As Regional Lead Nurse (RGN or RMN) for this Substance Misuse service you must:
•Have both management and clinical experience
•Be able to balance your work load to reflect 60% management time and 40% clinical time
•Have awareness of regulatory frameworks relevant for the substance misuse field
•Possess the knowledge of appropriate clinical interventions and evidence base
•Have access to own transport
If you would like to apply for this position or for more information please call Jo on: 0161 234 9791 or email Jo on: firstname.lastname@example.org
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