Charge Nurse RMN/RNLD
My client is currently looking for a Charge Nurse for their service based in Kings Norton.
So what will the job involve?
You will undertake work that is meaningful to their service users and socially important within the local community - working for my client will provide you with the opportunity to support vulnerable adults with a learning disability who may be on the autistic spectrum or have a personality disorder.
You will have a unique opportunity to get to know the service users in-depth before they take the next step in their care pathway. Your contribution will enable you to observe progress, sometimes working with service users who challenge, while developing your own specialist skills alongside training courses tailored to your personal development.
The main focus of the role will be to provide safe, sound and supportive care to the people who use the service. You will have key working relationships with the multidisciplinary team, as well as internal and external stakeholders, including service users' families and loved ones.
As a key member of the team, you will contribute to the leadership of the service engaging with Support Workers or Healthcare Assistants as well as the Nursing team within your service.
As a role model, your contribution will promote the highest levels of quality and care delivery at your service.
So what qualifications and attributes do you need?
• They would welcome all applicants that feel they would be able to make a positive difference to people's lives,
• You would need to be a compassionate, understanding and trustworthy
• Qualified Nurse (RNLD or RMN)
• Previous experience would be preferred,
• For a full job spec please get in touch
If you are saying yes to the above, and you have an affinity with delivering quality care - we would welcome your application.
Benefits that my client provide include
- 33 days annual leave
- Length of service awards
- Fully paid comprehensive induction training for all new starters
- Travel assistance to offsite training
- Enhanced overtime rates
- Full Time, Part time and Bank opportunities available
- Pension scheme
- Paid DBS/PVG
- Free on-site parking
- Courtesy meals and refreshments whilst on shift
- Shopping and entertainment discount scheme (over 800 retailers)
- Cycle to Work scheme
- Childcare vouchers
- Life insurance
- Refer a friend scheme, paying up to £500 per successful referral
- Employee assistance helpline
- SSSC endorsement in Scotland
- A range of apprenticeships through our partnership with Lifetime Training ranging from Adult care level 2 to level 5 leadership & management qualifications.
The hospital is an independent hospital situated in Kings Norton, Birmingham. It provides assessment and treatment for up to 28 men and women with autism including Asperger syndrome, who are also living with a learning disability and complex needs. The service can also support people who may be detained under the Mental Health Act and those who present with behaviours perceived as challenging or with difficulties with social engagement.