Are you an enthusiastic and ambitious Mental Health Nurse looking for your next challenge? We are looking for a fantastic Ward Manager, to help shape and develop services at Cygnet Hospital Stevenage.
As part of one of the UK’s leading independent providers of mental healthcare, Cygnet Hospital Stevenage is a fantastic place to take your career forward. Cygnet Hospital Stevenage is located just off J8 of the A1M, on the northern outskirts of Stevenage in Hertfordshire. The hospital is purpose built with 90 beds split into six wards that provide two separate care pathways for men and women from medium secure through low secure to locked services. You’ll be joining a dynamic multi-disciplinary team, with an absolute focus on delivering superior patient care through a range of proven models of treatment.
So, if you’re an experienced leader, with demonstrable experience within this service user group, we would love to hear from you.
From you, we’ll need commitment and drive to provide the highest quality of care. Interpersonal skills are essential for this post, as you’ll be working within a tight-knit team and liaising with a wide variety of people. A knowledge of and interest in the mentoring of students and supervision and appraisal processes is also essential. In return, we will provide you with on-going opportunities to hone new skills and further your career, as well as providing you with an environment where teams are supportive and supported.
Cygnet Health Care offers an excellent benefits package which includes annual bonus scheme contributory pension scheme, free life assurance, a comprehensive employee assistance programme and discount centre, childcare vouchers and paid birthday and anniversary of joining company leave. In addition most hospitals offer subsidised meals and free car parking where available.
Each hospital is committed to the development and well-being of all staff and provides regular supervision, on-going training and access to Cygnet-wide career opportunities. All employees are encouraged to identify their own learning and development needs linking them with the current and future needs of the hospital and each hospital has a generous continuing education budget together with flexible rotas to permit attendance at day release training schemes.
For further information please contact the Recruitment team on ( Phone number removed ) .
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