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Band 5 RMN

  • Job reference: RS101620
  • Location: Norwich, Norfolk
  • Job type: Temporary
  • Area of Expertise: Adults
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Job description:

Service Care Solutions have a vacancy for a Band 5 Registered Mental Health Nurse to work in an inpatient setting in a hospital in Norwich.

You must be a qualified RMN with experience of working at Band 5 in a similar setting. You must have at least 6 months experience of working within the NHS at this level and be registered with the NMC.

You will need to be experienced in working in an inpatient acute mental health setting, coordinating shifts, administration of medication, admission, discharge and ongoing CPA paperwork (care planning, risk assessment ) during admission. To act as primary nurse for a defined set of patients and to work within the expectations of the ward as per substantive RMN's in relation to job role. Ideally to have Lorenzo access / smartcard and have used the system before, however if not the expectation would be to complete NSFT Lorenzo training.

This role is to commence as soon as possible on a full time basis, working a variety of shifts including some night (on increased rate of pay).

The pay rate for this position is £20 ph ltd with enhanced rates for nights and weekends.

We also offer a £150 sign up bonus for any new nurses that register with our agency. This will be paid in your first pay packet.

Please also bear in mind our £250 referral fee bonus for any nurse you refer who we place in to work on a 3 month contract.

The Benefits of working with Service Care Solutions:

- DBS disclosures provided via fast track online services free of charge

- 3 weekly payroll runs

- £250 training allowance
- Excellent pay rates
- Specialist mental health consultants offering single point of contact
- Frequent notifications of upcoming opportunities via text and email
- Ltd and PAYE payment options available
- Nationwide provider of mental health staff to over 40 different NHS Trusts and over 200 local authorities