Location Ipswich
Job type Temporary
Salary £23 per hour
Reference 22067
Date posted May 21, 2020
Maxxima’s nursing team are currently recruiting for a Band 6 Community Mental Health Nurse to fill a part time role in the Adults Service in Ipswich, Suffolk. The ideal candidate will have a significant understanding of Mental Health within the community.
 
The team are looking for someone who has recent experience of working with Adult Mental Health including in the community and experience of working within a MDT.
 
You must have the ability to identify and action change in health care need – person centred care / recovery focussed care and the ability to process plan and delegate work and be reflective.
 
The pay rate for this Band 6 Community Mental Health Nurse is £23.00 per hour (Umbrella).
 
Days of working can be flexible as long as you can commit to the 3 days per week.
 
 Requirements of this Band 6 Community Mental Health Nurse vacancy:

  • All applications must be a registered mental health nurse with Valid NMC pin. 
  • Must have experience working in a mental health setting.
  • Must be willing to work in the community. 
  • Good communication skills.
  • Working knowledge of the Mental Health Act (1983).
  • Must have experience completing assessments.

If you are interested in this Band 6 Community Mental Health Nurse, 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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