B7 Nursing Clinical Team Lead

Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
£41,902 - £47,684 inc. fringe HCAS
Closing date
8 Jul 2022

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Band 7
Contract Type
Full Time
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We are looking for an experienced Community Mental Health Nurse who can bring enthusiasm, commitment, clinical skills and a creative mind to the role as Clinical Team Lead and join us at Woking Community Mental Health Recovery Service in Surrey.

You will have a background in Community Mental Health with a passion for developing services and person-centred care to join us. The role will see you providing visible leadership and working closely with the clinical staff within the team and supporting day-to-day clinical decision making to ensure the delivery of high quality care for people who use our services. You will play an intricate part in supporting our clinicians to deliver quality care through supervision and appraisals. This role represents an excellent development opportunity to progress your managerial career and/or provide solid foundations for someone who is looking to progress to a senior role as well.

The team are about to embark of an exciting Community Transformation Programme, in which Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are one of the twelve early implementer sites across the country, which will redesign the treatment pathways in Mental Health Services across the Surrey locality. If successful in applying, you will be involved in shaping future community services and leading colleagues to provide care within a Place-Based Service.

This will require someone who can think outside of the current ways in which we work and allow your creative side to flourish as we shape care around the people who use our services in a more meaningful way within their local community. The role will also include working closely with staff to ensure key quality indicators are developed and play an active role in supporting care in a meaningful and person centred approach.

We want to work with a team leader who can demonstrate a high level of commitment, motivation and knowledge of working with people with complex needs and severe and enduring mental health problems. In return we will provide you with an opportunity where we will invest in your well-being, training, and career progression.

You will need to have a full and valid driving licence and access to a vehicle for work purposes due to the community element of this role.

The team at Bridgewell House are hardworking and welcoming and we have some exceptional clinicians. We even have free parking.

If you feel this role is the exciting opportunity you are looking for please apply or contact Matthew Crees for further information.

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