There’s no doubt that working in mental health can be hugely rewarding. Here at Arbury Court, run by Partnerships in Care, it’s a particularly fulfilling experience. Our patient group are Women over the age of 18 with mental illness or personality disorder who require a Medium or Low Secure care setting. By providing care and treatment in differing levels of security we promote clear care pathways and a positive patient experience.
As a newly qualified nurse wishing to undertake your preceptorship, as well as our Preceptorship Academy, we offer a starting salary of £21,940 rising automatically to £23,462 upon immediate completion of preceptorship, in addition to our benefits package.
In return for your expertise and hard work, we offer a wide range of benefits:
Free car parking (at most sites).
Relocation allowance or season ticket loan
Career development - progress across the Staff Nurse grading is via a district career path
25 days’ annual leave
A contributory pension scheme
Free Meals whilst on duty
Based in Warrington, Cheshire, the strength of Arbury court lies in the quality of the comprehensive assessment, treatment and care it provides. The emphasis is on a holistic and individualised approach delivered by a multidisciplinary team who are skilled, experienced professionals trained in their specific field. The treatment approach at Arbury Court - rehabilitation and recovery - By providing care and treatment in differing levels of security we promote clear care pathways and a positive patient experience. We have allocated an above average amount of physical space and access to secure open areas. Facilities include extensive patient living and activity areas and all patient bedrooms are en-suite
Awards Patients Patients at Arbury Court won one platinum, one silver, one bronze, three highly commended and four commended awards at the Koestler Art Awards 2013
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