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Looking for a fresh career within Psychiatric Intensive Care (PICU)?
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is recruiting for our brand new PICU Service, due to open during summer 2017 – but we are seeking exceptional Band 5 and 6 Nurses now!
This is an exciting time for LPFT, as we continue on our journey of service improvement, undergoing a range of service transformations and delivering high standards of care for our patients.
The PICU is a new 10 bed, male only unit based on one of our sites in central Lincoln , with state of the art design and technology being incorporated into the new facility– it’s a– all this with easy access via the A1 and A46 to Newark, Nottingham, Sheffield, Grantham, Grimsby & Hull – all within an 1 hour
We are seeking only the best nurses, those who really want to ‘make a difference’, with the Trust values at the core of patient care.
You will be joining a forward thinking Trust, where, within the last 12 months our CAMHS team was rated as ‘outstanding’ in a recent CQC Comprehensive Inspection, whilst the Trust was recognised, as ‘good’ for being caring and responsive.
Lincolnshire is a large county which can offer you whatever you are looking for, in both your personal or your professional life. The county has vibrant towns and the City of Lincoln at its core, as well as idyllic rural villages, offering a high quality of life with affordable living, excellent education and social life facilities – sound interesting?
LPFT offers an excellent benefits package, including up to £8k relocation, continued professional development and support, career opportunities and relocation assistance where required.
Preference will be given to NHS colleagues who are currently 'at risk' and meet the minimum criteria of the Role Profile.
To maintain head-count within the Trust, other than in exceptional circumstances, advertised vacancies that contain ‘Internal only’ in the title are open to LPFT employees only.
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Our Commitment -
Our aim at Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is to employ a diverse workforce and we take positive action to achieve this. We actively encourage applications from under represented groups and those who have had personal experience of a mental health conditions.
We're also committed to flexible working patterns within the needs of the service so this job may be suitable for job share. There is also a team to advise on childcare issues.
If you have any difficulty completing this application form please contact (01529) 222280.
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