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Senior Staff Nurse RMN/RNLD/RGN Community Living - Northampton

Job Description

Be the Nurse you want to be and be part of delivering safe, continuous quality and minimising patient restrictions.

Transitional living – Bespoke Community living - Senior Staff Nurses – From £23,870 - £32,016 + Shift Enhancements + £164100 St Andrew’s Clinical Allowance) Neuropsychiatry Pathway, Northampton

Our Neuropsychiatry Pathway offers unrivalled care, treatment and rehabilitation for adults and older adults with challenging behaviour and complex needs that is recognised for being at the forefront of innovative service developments, for its excellence in service delivery and rehabilitation practice, and for its ability to manage and reduce aggressive behaviour. Currently running at record occupancy levels, we have a team of over 400 dedicated full-time staff from 16 disciplines working across 12 wards and 3 houses.

We have a number of exciting opportunities for Mental Health, Learning Disability to work within the brain injury community pathway of our service, supporting staff teams in delivering and focusing on our Patients and their rehabilitation, daily activities and care.

Our excellent benefits package includes: 35 days annual leave (increasing to 41 after 10 years’ service), Pension, Life Insurance, industry leading Training and Development programmes, Car Lease Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme, Free on-site parking, Free sports facilities and Library, DBS Application fee paid by St Andrew’s, Free flu and hepatitis vaccinations.

At St Andrew’s you can enjoy a special sense of pride and belonging – by helping transform the lives of patients, while shaping the future you want for yourself. We’re the UK’s leading mental healthcare charity with an excellent and well-deserved reputation as a provider of specialist mental healthcare.

Our commitment to holistic care, safety, recovery and innovative therapies and treatment makes St Andrew’s the perfect place to take your career to a new level. Join us and you’ll be part of a team with a shared focus on people not profits, with all surpluses re-invested to benefit our patients.

This is how Barry describes his role in the Community ABI pathway:

“Working within Acquired Brain Injury Pathway, is very rewarding to me. I work within the Community Pathway and our patient group usually transfers from other wards in our service prior to moving to step down services.

No two days are the same and my role means I get to be involved in management decisions as well as clinical work with the patients on the ward. The patients have complex needs and the work can be challenging. But the rewards and the positive feelings you get when you help a patient achieve their goals are immense. The team spirit on the ward is very important and the feeling that everyone is there to support you.”

“In a nutshell I look forward to coming to work each day and helping to transform lives.”

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Tier 2 Certificate of Sponsorship (formerly a Work Permit)

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