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Registered Mental Health Nurses- Male Locked Rehabilitation

NHS
Woking
£24,860 /Year
Full-Time

Job Description

Are you a dynamic and ambitious Mental Health Nurse looking for your next challenge? Do you want to join an established team and an organisation that truly lives its values?

Cygnet Hospital Woking provides low secure services for male and female patients and a specialist psychiatric care service for adolescents. Close to the main site we also have a male locked rehab service. The hospital is located just half an hour from London, is close to the M3 motorway networks and is supported by a vast public transport network.

We are looking for RMNs with at least one year’s post qualification experience to work on our male locked rehabilitation service. We need motivated RMNs, who have experience of helping patients transition back into the community. Our programme focuses on strengths and abilities, achieving realistic goals, enabling empowerment, enhancing social skills, preventing relapse and ensuring an effective pathway to community living. The hospital prides itself on the quality of its training and provides lots of opportunities for training and career development.

This is a full time role, working 385 hours per week on a 24 hour, 7 day a week rota.

What can we offer you? – Enhanced disclosure cost coverage – Free parking provided and pick up service from Woking station to the hospital – Free Meals/Refreshments – a meal is provided free of charge to staff on duty – Company pension and sick pay scheme – Childcare Vouchers – Life Insurance and private health schemes.

To apply for this position, please click ‘Apply Now’ and one of our recruitment team will be in contact shortly. If you need any help with your application, please contact the Recruitment Team on  ( Phone number removed ) .





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