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Substance Misuse Nurse - Prisons (RGN or RMN)

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Substance Misuse Nurse - Prisons (RGN or RMN) - Greater London - Salary circa £35,000 inclusive of London Weighting

This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Substance Misuse Nurse RGN or RMN), who is looking for a new challenging position within Greater London. As a Substance Misuse Nurse (RGN or RMN), you will work with individuals, on a 1-1 basis, providing advice and information. You will support in group work delivery and liaise with prescribers and Recovery Practitioners on clinical interventions.

As a Substance Misuse Nurse (RGN or RMN), you will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team, whilst being a support and resource to less experienced members of staff. You must be able to carry out comprehensive assessments, initiate and review individual recovery plans and confidently communicate the full range of treatment options available to service users.

You will occasionally be required to support dispensing. You must have an understanding and commitment to recovery and a person centred approach. For this role it is vital you have a current registration with the nursing and midwifery council.

The ideal candidate for the role of Substance Misuse Nurse Prisons (RGN or RMN) will have:

•A first level nursing registration in either Adult Nursing (RGN) or Mental Health (RMN)
•An active UK NMC PIN
•Experience of work with Substance Misusers (in a prison setting would be beneficial not essential)
•Experience of working autonomously
•Ability to gain the appropriate level of service user consent
•Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team
•Sound clinical/substance misuse knowledge
•Organisational skills
•Assessment skills, including an understanding of risk assessments
•Awareness of health issues relating to substance misuse
•Ability to work in partnership with other agencies
•Ability to treat service users with respect and dignity at all times, adopting a culturally sensitive approach, which considers the needs of the whole person
•Able to build constructive relationships with warmth and empathy, using good communication skills
•The legal right to work in the UK
Please note that employment is subject to receipt of satisfactory references, enhanced DBS check and prison vetting.

To apply for this exciting opportunity please send your CV to s.davis@liquidhc.com or call Steve on Apply Now >>.

 

Company Overview

Liquid Personnel is a specialist social work and social care recruitment consultancy, supplying temporary and permanent staff to vacancies throughout the UK.

We are an award-winning consultancy and a leading supplier to many UK local authorities, care home groups, fostering agencies, and other organisations.