Location Chelmsford
Job type Temporary
Salary £23 - £27 per hour
Reference 21942
Date posted May 13, 2020
Maxxima’s nursing team are currently recruiting for Band 6/7 Alcohol Liaison Nurse to fill a full-time roles in Chelmsford. The ideal candidates will have a significant experience working with patients with alcohol dependency issues.

Working as part of an alcohol liaison service, you aim to improve outcomes for dependent and harmful drinkers, with a particular emphasis on physical and mental health and reduction of bed stay and re-admission. You will liaise, advise and support all hospital medical and nursing staff; existing voluntary sector alcohol services; statutory drug and alcohol services; other relevant agencies e.g. Social Care, Probation; relatives and carers and GPs.

This is a full time position, 8:00-16:00, and is a 3 month contract due to start ASAP.

The pay rate for this Band 6/7 Alcohol Liaison Nurse is £23.00-£27.00 per hour (Umbrella).

Requirements of this Band 6/7 Alcohol Liaison Nurse vacancy:

  • All applications must be registered mental health nurses with Valid NMC pin.
  • You must have previous experience working with patients with alcohol dependency issues.
  • You must have familiarity with screening tools (CIWA, SADQ0)
  • You must have previous NHS experience

If you are interested in this Band 6/7 Alcohol Liaison Nurse role, 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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