Newly Registered Nurse
Congratulations on reaching your final year!
If you are soon to be a newly registered nurse, then please read on to discover the excellent benefits on offer at Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
At LPFT we want to help you to achieve your career goals and make the start of your nursing life the best that it can possibly be. There are several ways that we can help you at the start of your nursing career and are happy to talk with you about what you are looking for.
If you know where you want to work - we can arrange an informal chat and subsequent interview in your preferred area
If you are not yet certain where you would like to work - we can arrange to talk with you to discuss your options, talk about career pathways and the opportunities we have available.
We offer roles across our mental health services, both inpatient and community settings as well as having a bespoke rotational programme whereby you can experience 3 different areas in your first 2 years as a nurse whilst having the benefit of a permanent contract.
LPFT offers an excellent preceptorship programme which will be delivered in your first 12 months as a newly registered nurse and offers you both peer support as well as personal and professional development.
Interviews will be arranged individually and are likely to be held virtually over Microsoft Teams.
Main duties of the job
To be part of an integrated health/social care team providing inpatient care for service users suffering from serious and enduring mental illness. Offering nursing interventions in a wide variety of clinical, therapeutic and social forms with the aim of promoting mental health well being, self autonomy and independence. The post holder will be responsible for the assessment, development, implementation and evaluation of nursing care, in liaison with the care team in the capacity of a mental health nurse.
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides mental health services and a number of learning disability, autism and social care services in the county of Lincolnshire. Employing around 2,800 staff, and serving a population of over 766,000, our people lie at the heart of everything we do.
You could be part of a Trust rated by staff as one of the best mental health and learning disability trusts in England, in an area heralded as a fantastic place to live and work. We firmly believe the key to high quality care is a contented workforce. This is reflected in our Care Quality Commission rating of 'outstanding' for well-led and 'good' overall. In the most recent National NHS Staff Survey, our staff rated us as the number one trust nationally for staff morale and one of the top scoring NHS Trusts in the Midlands for being compassionate and inclusive. We're really proud of this!
We are also leading the way in transforming care, with multi-million-pound transformation of patient environments and radical redesign of community services.
This is the time to join and help redesign our services of the future. We offer options for flexible working and provide a wide range of training and promotion opportunities in all professions. We support and celebrate diversity, have active staff networks groups and are always looking at what more we can do to support our staff.
Job description Job responsibilities
- Provide therapeutic interpersonal skills when engaging with a client.
- Perform nursing assessments of a clients personal needs using relevant skills and assessment tools.
- Implement a range of clinical skills in the assessment client risk.
- Construct client care plans and risk management plans based on their assessed needs.
- Perform nursing interventions advocated within the clients care plan.
- Recognise the contribution of others in the provision of client care.
- Involve clients and/or carers in the care panning and care delivery in a compassionate and appropriate manner which considers their diverse needs.
- Maintain the welfare and safety of clients and protect them from any form of abuse in accordance with safeguarding guidance.
- Monitor the impact and effectiveness of nursing care delivered and revise care plans as appropriate.
- Demonstrate a knowledge of information governance and the need to protect patient confidential information.
- Make and maintain accurate records of nursing care in accordance with Professional (NMC) guidance and Trust policy.
- Demonstrate problem solving skills by identifying solutions in routine clinical issues.
- Participate in regular clinical supervision.
- Identify nursing skills which are transferable between client groups.
Person Specification Qualifications Essential
- RMN or RNLD or RN: 1st Level Registration (NMC) or degree or equivalent
- Evidence of specialised continued professional training in clinical practice.
- Relevant experience of working with mental health needs.
- Sound knowledge of the national agenda for mental health.
- Sound knowledge of clinical/risk assessment and understanding of Information Government principles.
- Demonstrating supportive and sensitive communication to patients, carers and staff, whilist demonstrating an understanding of the nature and effects of some information and barriers to effective communication whilist being considersate of client confidentiality.
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