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Here at the Beeches Mother and Baby (MBU) Unit, we aim to create a positive and supportive community to promote the mother's recovery and baby's development.
The team provide specialist inpatient care for up to 6 women with moderate to serious mental illness, during the perinatal period. This is a crucial and vulnerable time for women.
As many as one in five women experience post or ante natal depression, anxiety or in some cases severe mental illness such as psychosis during pregnancy or in the first year after childbirth.
The purpose of the MBU is to keep the Mother & Baby together, whilst treating the mother's mental health and promoting or maintaining attachment and bonding.
We accept admission for women in late stages of pregnancy and up until the baby is 1 year old.
Main duties of the job
You will be an NMC registered RMN/RN (Mental Health) with a keen interest in perinatal mental health.
You will form part of a multi-disciplinary team, working alongside professionals who strive to provide high quality care to mothers, alongside their babies and partners.
We offer excellent training and development opportunities to enable you to work within this specialism including perinatal conferences, post graduate opportunities and scheduled regional and internal training.
The service is growing and we want to welcome onboard mental health practitioners that have a passion for perinatal mental health care, that are willing to learn and grow with the team and who want to make a positive difference.
You will be joining a supportive, caring and progressive team offering great job satisfaction, alongside the privilege of being part of women, their partners and babies lives at such a special time, making a crucial difference to their future.
Join 'Team Derbyshire Healthcare' and become part of a talented, compassionate and enthusiastic workforce committed to a vision of 'making a positive difference in people's lives'.
CQC rated us as 'GOOD' overall, commenting on how our colleagues treated patients with compassion and kindness and felt positive and proud about working for the trust.
- Commitment to flexible working where this is possible
- 27 days annual leave/year plus bank holidays, increasing to 29 days after 5 years & 33 days after 10 years' service
- Yearly appraisal and commitment to ongoing training
- Generous NHS pension scheme
- Good maternity, paternity and adoption benefits
- Health service discounts and online benefits
- Incremental pay progression
- Free confidential employee assistance programme 24/7
- Access to our LGBTI+ network, BAME Network and Christian Network
- Health and wellbeing opportunities
- Structured learning and development opportunities
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Person Specification Education and Qualifications Essential
- Holds mentorship qualification
- Trained in clinical supervision
- Has and active interest in perinatal services
- Has previous experience working with families
- Has previous experience working within an acute mental health setting
- Has previous experience working within perinatal services
Skills and Knowledge Essential
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Hold a working knowledge of CPA and legal frameworks and legislation relating to mental health care.
- Be able to work in a patient centred, safe and evidence based manner
- Be able to plan, delegate, prioritise and deliver care in line with the needs of the ward
- Be able to recognise and respond to behaviours that challenge in a compassionate and least restrictive manner
- Be able to evidence an ongoing commitment to learning
- Demonstrate knowledge of current perinatal national drivers and their implication for practice
- Be prepared to lead on an area of interest , develop appropriate audit tools, resources and training for the team
- Have knowledge of relevant attachment and infant mental health theory
Personal Qualities Essential
- Be empathic to the challenges that families face and be able to respond accordingly
- Be able to work effectively as part of a team
- Be innovative and forward thinking
- Be an excellent role model for the team and wider Trust
- Be able to utilise supervision and self reflection appropriately
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