Are you a qualified Staff Nurse?
Are you motivated, passionate and caring with a genuine desire to support others to maximise their potential? If so, York House are looking to fill a full-time Night Staff Nurse vacancy and you may just be what we're looking for.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust is one of the largest independent sector providers of community based, post-acute brain injury rehabilitation in the UK.
York House is a psychology led 38-bed independent hospital offering intensive neurobehavioural assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for adults with acquired brain injury and challenging behaviour and / or complex needs.
Although you will be working predominately during night time hours, it will be vital that you can work as part of a team, as an inter-disciplinary approach is key to service delivery for service users and their families and in delivering a comprehensive neuro-rehabilitation programme.
You'll receive an excellent salary of £28,919 plus night allowance, pension, life assurance, medical insurance and 33 days annual leave inclusive of Bank Holidays. In addition, our night shifts are only 105 hours and the shift pattern we use would provide you with every other weekend off.
Key attributes for the role include leadership, motivation, initiative, flexibility with a passionate, caring, genuine desire to support our service users to maximise their potential.
RMN / RNLD experience is required but additional training in relation to the neuro-behavioural model will be provided, as well as full and comprehensive in house training. A flexible approach and willingness to learn are essential, as this training will be delivered during the day (approx 10 days per year).
The Disabilities Trust is an equal opportunities employer and recognises that having a diverse workforce enhances the support given to people who use our services.
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.
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