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Community Psychiatric Nurse

  • Job reference: DC-CPN-ILKST-0120
  • Location: Ilkeston, Derbyshire
  • Job type: All
  • Area of Expertise: Adults
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Job description:
Are you looking for new contract for the new year? Are you a driver with access to a car? Would you be available for the next few months?

Did you also know that Service Care Solutions is currently offering £150 as a sign up bonus for Nurses working with us for the first time?

Service Care Solutions is the Master Vendor for Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. We are currently looking for Nurses who would be interested in full time or part time Community Psychiatric Nurse Positions in Ilkeston, Derbyshire.

As we are the Master Vendor we have a period of exclusivity meaning that we can get your CV forward for the roles before the competition.

*Know anyone who would be interested in this? We also offer a £250 Referral Bonus per successful referral!*

You'll be working as part of a multidisciplinary team, carrying a Caseload of working age (18-65) service users with mental health issues and visiting them in the community.

Location:
Ilkeston

Responsibilities:
* To carry a community case load of mental health patients, working across clinics and patients' homes in providing high quality care.
* To perform general and risk assessments in diagnosing and treating complex mental health issues.
* To administer medications and perform depot injections as part of the treatment of patients.
* To work effectively as part of a MDT (Multi Disciplinary Team) and liaise with other mental healthcare professionals.

Person Specification:
* Must be a Registered Mental Health Nurse who is currently registered with the NMC.
* Proven experience working in Community Mental Health in areas such as CMHT, Assertive Outreach, Early Intervention, Crisis Resolution, Primary Care etc.
* Must have a car available for work and be willing to travel within the community as part of the role.
* Must be an effective and responsible lone worker, capable of organising own workload.