Are you a Band 6 Community Psychiatric Nurse looking for a role in the Salford area? We're proud to be working with a client that offers invaluable support to vulnerable members of the community and which is currently looking for an expert Registered Mental Health Nurse to join its specialist service for people experiencing a first episode of psychosis.
As a Band 6 Community Psychiatric Nurse, you'll join an Early Intervention Team in Salford on a rate of £24 to £25 an hour. This is a contract position working Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm for around three months.
The critical nursing requirements for this role:
- Minimum of six experience working within a similar community role
- Enhanced DBS
- Driving licence
Working as part of an inclusive, multidisciplinary team as a Community Nurse with RMN experience, you'll help reduce the stigma associated with psychosis, improve awareness of its symptoms and the need for early assessment alongside reducing the length of time young people remain undiagnosed and untreated. You'll play a crucial role in increasing stability in the lives of service users and facilitating their development.
As an experienced and committed Community Psychiatric Nurse, you'll provide quality, comprehensive support to clients and their families. You will work Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm and will be paid up to £25 per hour.
Your Community Psychiatric Nurse benefits:
- An excellent hourly rate
- Revalidation support and updates from the in-house nursing staff
- Free training and DBS checks
If you're motivated and inspired by this Registered Mental Health Nurse role in Salford, call us today to begin the short application process. Rest assured, if any interviews are required at this time, they will be conducted via phone or online for your health and safety.
COVID-19 has put extra pressure on all nursing services, primarily in the NHS, so your help and support filling these vacancies are much appreciated.
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