If you are looking for an exciting new chance to use your clinical skills to make a difference, working in a flexible environment there is a fantastic opportunity to join our Older Adult mental Health Inpatient service.
We have challenging, demanding yet highly rewarding opportunities to join our multidisciplinary team. we are seeking motivated individuals with a passion for older adult mental health and a commitment to support continually improving quality.
New Haven consists of two wards woodland for functional mental health needs and meadow for dementia care.
The team at Newhaven are friendly, supportive, and exceptionally caring, putting patient care at the heart of the work we do to improve health care outcomes and service delivery.
We can offer up to 37.5 hours a week. Our working patterns are 3-4 long days/ night (07:30-20:00/19:30-08:00) across a four week period including weekends and bank holidays.
Main duties of the job Role Requirements include:
We welcome newly qualified nurses and experienced nurses
The ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels
An enthusiastic, motivated, and innovative thinker to become part of the Older Adult inpatient service
The ability to work autonomously managing your own named patients, developing a plan of care.
The ability to problem solves, delegate, lead, co-ordinate and manage time effectively
Excellent communication and inter-personal skills along with a flexible, responsive approach. Day to Day elements include
Close working with all members of the Multi-disciplinary Team
Undertaking mental health needs assessments
Assessment and Management of risk
Liaising with other services such as, community mental health team, Hospital at Home Team, Mental Health Liaison Team, and the Acute Trust
Effective assessment through SBAR and care planning
Delegation and shift management
Supervising of junior staff, including students
We are community hospitals, neighbourhood teams and community nursing services across Worcestershire and the provider of Mental Health and Learning Disability services across both Herefordshire and Worcestershire. We work in partnership with other organisations to keep our community well at home for as long as possible.
We provide services for people of all ages, across a range of settings, experiencing both physical and/or mental health conditions.
We have an open and supportive culture, recognised by the CQC and other external regulators. We want you to thrive, offering you every opportunity to develop. We will support you; help you fulfil your ambitions with a varied and flexible training programme; and empower you to make positive changes within your team or service. We endeavour to offer an attractive work-life balance, with flexibility in our approach to help you get the most out of your career.
We provide our staff with direct access to a wealth of resources to support their wellbeing, from our Staff Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub, to wellbeing festivals or access to free online exercise classes.
At the core of our values, we are committed to equality, diversity, inclusion and human rights. We take every opportunity to strengthen our approach to equality and diversity in delivering best patient care and the employment of our staff.
We would encourage you to visit the Trusts Recruitment Microsite, click the Employer Website link.
Job description Job responsibilities
For full details of the duties and criteria for the role please refer to the job description and person specification attached.
Person Specification Qualifications Essential
- RN Mental Health, RN (Adult) or RNLD
- Registered on the UK NMC register and or expected to obtain NMC registration within six months of application.
- Evidence of continuing professional development
- Promoting peoples equality, diversity and rights
- Ensuring actions contribute to quality
- NMC Code of Conduct
- Knowledge of person centred care
- Knowledge of the ageing
- process and related mental and physical health problems
- Knowledge of Clinical Governance and a commitment to clinical supervision
- Knowledge of the individuals responsibility towards health and safety
Skills and Abilities Essential
- Ability to challenge poor behaviour
- Role modelling good behaviour
- A positive attitude and able to act on feedback
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in English in both verbal and written formats
- Able to assess, plan, implement and evaluate programmes of care
- Able to work as an effective team member
- Able to supervise and teach junior staff
- Uses own initiative and is able to take decisions
- Able to maintain clear and legible documentation
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