A unique opportunity for Clinical Practice Leaders (2 posts) has arisen on Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit and our Learning Disability ward at hospital Beckton.
The successful candidate will be offered an excellent salary of GBP 38, 440 per annum plus other great benefits.
One of the ward is a nationally recognised all 15 bedded Female Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit ward which provides care and treatment for females who are experiencing acute episodes in mental health.
It is a truly MDT led service with emphasis in recovery, use of psychological approaches to treating adult females with mental health One of the other ward is our award winning Learning Disability ward which opened in August 2011 and has since achieved excellence in care provision for service users with learning difficulties and mental illness.
The ward is a 13 bedded ward inclusive of 2 crisis beds.
We welcome applications from experienced RMNs for the PICU and RMNs/ RNLDs for the LD ward for learning disability.
Applicants are expected to have specialist interest in working in a PICU forensic setting or working with people with learning disabilities.
Our successful candidate will have at least 2 years\\\' experience at staff nurse level or already be working at band 6 or 7 levels.
You will be a self:
driven and motivated nurse who is passionate about making a difference in service user experience on the ward and in using innovative and evidenced based approaches to bring about desired clinical outcomes.
You will need to demonstrate resilience and behavioural alignment with company values.
Our service users are at the centre of everything we do and our candidate will be required to demonstrate a good understanding and application of the Recovery Approach, use of proven Risk assessment tools and in:
depth understanding of risk management and its place in recovery.
You will possess excellent communication skills, emotional intelligence and the ability to motivate others through influencing and work effectively as a member of the MDT.
Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced level CRB and is expected to act as bleep holders (bed managers) at nights and weekends on a rotational basis.