|Salary||Up to £25.00 per hour|
|Date posted||January 06, 2020|
Maxxima's nursing team are currently recruiting for a Band 6 Community Care Coordinator to fill a full-time role in Enfield. The ideal candidate will have a significant understanding of community care and practices within the NHS.
In this NHS role, you will work as a member of a multidisciplinary adult mental health team. You will need to provide effective care and specialist advice for people with psychosis and complex mental health needs and their careers, in order to support their wellbeing and recovery. You must deliver formal, ongoing clinical supervision and be able to manage a large caseload.
This role is Monday to Friday, 09:00-17:00, 37.5 hours a week.
The pay rate for this Band 6 Community Care Coordinator is £25.00 per hour (Umbrella). This will be a 3-month contract and a start date of ASAP.
Requirements of this Band 6 Community Care Coordinator vacancy:
* All applications must be a registered mental health nurse with Valid NMC pin.
* All applicants must have community mental health experience.
* All applicants must have experience undertaking assessments and providing treatment to adults who have severe and enduring mental illness.
* You must have similar experience to this role.
* You must have a driving licence.
If you are interested in this Band 6 Community Care Coordinator, please apply by clicking the apply button. Or if you would like more details about this role, contact the Nursing team today, we always have time to take your call.
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