Here at Paterson Health and Social Care, we are seeking a Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) or suitably experienced RNLD, for one of our very established clients in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
Positions offered are temporary and days or night shifts.
We require nurses to support adults with medical needs along with learning disabilities in a supported living service.
Pay Rates are from £18 per hour to £36 per hour
Shifts are: Mixed - early/late/long day/waking nights over a 7 day period
As a RN/RMN/RNLD you will look after the physical, psychological, care and social needs of adults providing them with the quality care that they deserve. You must be a hands-on nurse, someone who is capable of leading from the front and making independent decisions when required. As well as being calm under pressure as there will be times when on the spot decisions will need to be made and we need someone who will be pro-active in spotting potential issues. You will build relationships and change quality of life.
- Pension after qualifying period
- Free parking
- A friendly working environment
- Accrued Holiday Pay
The role of a Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN):
The successful candidate will assess and plan nursing care requirements. Take patient pulses, temperatures, and blood pressures. Write records. Maintain skills and knowledge and ensure that care is delivered according to latest guidelines and best practice evidence available. Ensure the ongoing safety of residents, staff, and visitors. Administer prescribed medicines. Organise workloads and provide support to patients and relatives of patients. Knowledge of PEG, Autism, Epilepsy is essential
To be considered for this role:
- Have a Registered Mental Health Qualification (RMN) or Registered General or Learning Disability Qualification (RN/RNLD)
- Have an active NMC PIN
We are seeking Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMN) who are passionate about the standards of care they provide, if this sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you. Please apply today. Our mission is to offer best practice interventions to enable personal recovery and wellbeing. Helping realise potential. We value that the individual is at the heart of everything we do. We inspire, stimulate and empower people to achieve and grow through compassionate, supportive and protective relationships. We aim to deliver and continuously evaluate high qualify service whilst respective difference, promoting dignity and supporting the privacy of others.
Job Types: Part time, Ad Hoc
- Diploma of Higher Education (required)
- Nursing: 1 year (preferred)
- NMC (required)
- Indemnity Proof