Partnerships in Care is one of the UK’s leading providers of independent specialist secure and step-down care across the UK.
With hospitals around the country, 30 years of experiencein our sector and highly skilled and experienced teams, we help patients and commissioners find the right care pathways without the need for multiple reassessments.
With two female medium secure wards, two female low secure wards, one male acute ward and one female acute ward, The Dene supports patients with varying needs and is renowned for its work in the field of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. Set in 11 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside, it has extensive educational, occupational and sporting facilities, including a sports hall, tennis court and gymnasium, along with various communal recreation areas. There’s also a library, a purpose built art room and workshop, and two practice kitchens.
There’s no doubt that working in mental health can be hugely rewarding. Here at The Dene, run by Partnerships in Care, it’s particularly fulfilling experience, thanks to the range of wards (which now include acute wards, as well as already well-established low and medium secure female services). There’s also the fact that our service users include both men and women. It means you get to hone your skills (and learn new ones), while enjoying real variety in your day-to-day working life. As a Senior Nurse you will be working within a team that includes a range of professionals. Above all, you’ll get see the impact that a high standard of long and short-term care can have on many, many lives.
All positions within Partnerships in Care (PiC) are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. Unless specifically commissioned in advance PiC will not consider Applications submitted by or through agencies.
PiC is an equal opportunities employer.
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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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