Sanctuary Personnel, a leading recruitment company within the private and public sector has a locum role for a Band 6 Community Mental Health Nurse (CPN) to work full-time based in Kingston and Richmond, within the Early Intervention Service.
The pay rate for this full-time role is £28.53 per hour (Assignment rate) and is an initial 3-month contract.
- Monday – Friday
- 09:00 am – 17:00 pm
- Be clinically responsible for a caseload of up to 20 patients
- Participate in key meetings such as Zoning, seeking to provide high-quality services strongly focused on recovery to patients
- Attend to commissioned Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for activity and quality; some of which are specific to Early Intervention Services alone, as well as those in relation to care planning, risk assessments, and physical health
Requirements of the Community Mental Health Nurse:
- Professionally registered with the HCPC, NMC or Social Work England
- Experience of working cases of patients within a mental health community setting
- A degree or equivalent within Mental Health Nursing (RMN trained)
- A positive, motivated and committed individual who understands the Trust's values and its role in creating a vibrant work culture
Benefits of working for Sanctuary Personnel:
- Daily payroll
- Free DBS and compliance service
- Access to exclusive roles that aren't available with other agencies
- Your own dedicated consultant with extensive mental health nursing knowledge
- Refer a Friend bonus - get £250 for each candidate you refer who we successfully place
- Find your own job bonus - Receive £250 for bringing your own position to us
- Clinical governance support
- In house payroll system
- Industry-leading shift booking system
- Nationwide coverage including the Channel islands
This Community Mental Health Nurse job is advertised by Andrew Cleeve; if you are interested in this position please click above to apply now.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our clients' requirements regretfully.