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Clinical Team Leader (RMN/RNLD)

Posted 03 Mar 2017

Closing date 15 May 2017

The Huntercombe Hospital Norwich

£17.76 to £18.64 per hour

39.375 hours per week (SHIFTS)

ADDED OPTIONAL BENEFITS FOR NURSES WORKING AT NORWICH INCLUDE: ADDITIONAL PAY ALLOWANCES (UP TO £5000.00 PER ANNUM) on a sliding scale but INCLUDING ADDED HOLIDAY AND HEALTH INSURANCE CHOICES.

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Our Clinical Team Leaders (RMN/RNLD) play an instrumental role in the lives of individuals, supporting and encouraging them to achieve their goals and ambitions.

The successful applicant must be patient centred and have the ability to manage and provide a high quality service as well as the management skills to support the ward manager and the Multi-Disciplinary team. The successful applicant will hold responsibilities for working on a QNIC accreditation programme, implementing and monitoring the sites and organisation Quality Goals in relation to outcomes for statutory organisations such as the CQC.

The applicant will need to be a confident and effective leader who is motivated, dynamic, well organised and have a good working knowledge of the core requirements of the CAMHS service. Experience of working in a CAMHS setting or health management setting would be an advantage.

Most patients and residents are referred via NHS and local authorities. We play an integral part in contributing to new models of care outlined in the Five Year Forward View.

Key responsibilities & duties

As a Clinical Team Leader (RMN/RNLD) working in our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) your main duties will be:-

  • Providing leadership and guidance to the nursing team, ensuring the effectiveness of the team in the delivery of excellent standards of care
  • Promoting independence and dignity and positively enhancing the lives of individuals in our care
  • Supervising and leading in the provision of person centred care including planning, implementing and evaluating care plans
  • Taking a leadership role in implementing change as required
  • Identifying care needs in conjunction with the person, their family and the team
  • Promoting high standards of nursing care for you and your team, by ensuring all staff are supervised appropriately and that shift runs in a smooth efficient manner
  • Working collaboratively with the team through effective leadership and motivational skills
  • Ensuring effective communication systems are established and maintained between clients, families, staff and external agencies
  • Contributing in clinical reviews and nursing reviews ensuring accurate feedback on the clients care
  • Encouraging independence and personal choice and helping to provide an environment which is conducive to patients with varied and complex needs realising their potential to live as independently as they can find possible

Work experience & qualifications

To join The Huntercombe Group as a Clinical Team Leader (RMN/RNLD) you will:-

  • Hold current NMC PIN registration and adhere to the NMC Codes of Conduct at all times
  • Possess clinical experience within mental health and/or LD treatment setting
  • Be up to date with current practices
  • Have a person centred ethos, showing empathy and a desire to make a difference
  • Have the ability to motivate, lead and supervise a team
  • Possess strong leadership and management qualities and be willing to take ownership for the delivery of quality care
  • Be able to demonstrate initiative and creativity
  • Be flexible and adaptable, well organised and able to manage time and workload effectively in line with the needs of the service
  • Have a desire to expand your professional development and support organisational change
  • Have a legal right to work in the UK

Benefits

In return we offer you:

  • A thorough induction programme tailored to the hospital where you will be working
  • Clear pay structure, with competitive rates
  • Generous annual leave entitlement
  • Sick pay of 4 weeks full pay and 4 weeks half pay
  • The opportunity to participate in a company contributory pension scheme with up to 3% matching contributions
  • Maternity leave at 3 months full pay and 3 months half pay, (up to a maximum salary of £50k)
  • 2 weeks paid paternity leave
  • Shared parental leave, matching the maternity leave benefit
  • A fantastic preceptorship programme
  • Death in service benefit equivalent to 2 x salary
  • A range of staff discounts
  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
  • Support for revalidation
  • Support for BSc and MSc
  • Professional support through Nurses forum
  • Access to Myfamilycare services which provides support and information at critical life events including access to experts and emergency care services
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
  • Relocation allowance of up to £8000.00

Statutory Requirements

An enhanced DBS (England) or PVG/Disclosure Scotland (Scotland) Disclosure will be required for all successful applicants. Costs will be met by the Company.

If you like what you have read, are dynamic, forward thinking and keen to learn, with a confident ‘CAN DO’ approach in all you do, please click Apply now.


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Support Worker

Posted 28 Feb 2017

Closing date 15 May 2017

The Huntercombe Hospital Stafford

£7.67 per hour

37.625 hours per week SHIFTS

At Huntercombe, our Support Workers do something extraordinary every day. They make a difference to the lives of children and adults with complex needs such as mental health conditions, learning difficulties or brain injuries.

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We’re looking for caring and committed individuals who want to work with a company that understands how important Support Workers are to our patients/residents recovery.

Many of our patients arrive with complex and challenging needs. Huntercombe Support Workers work in small teams with nurses, doctors, therapists and other experts, and together they make a world of difference to people’s lives.

When you join The Huntercombe Group as a Support Worker, you will be part of a company that is understanding, strives towards excellence, is innovative, reliable and accessible and above all puts people first.

Most patients and residents are referred via NHS and local authorities. We play an integral part in contributing to new models of care outlined in the Five Year Forward View.

Key responsibilities & duties

As a Support Worker working in our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) your main duties will be:

 To assist the senior trained staff in their day-to-day duties and clinical related tasks

  • Maintaining and developing a high standard of care for our patients/residents by being aware of their individual needs and care programmes
  • Contributing towards effective communication, by reporting to the nurse in charge any information given by the patient/resident or relative of any incident or observation which may affect our patients physical/mental well-being
  • Providing practical assistance to our patients/residents in carrying out everyday living tasks whilst encouraging them to develop their daily living skills and realising their potential to live as independently as they find possible
  • To be actively involved with the day to day routine in individual and group activities
  • To practice within a legal framework encompassing statutory, organisational policy and guidelines.

Work experience & qualifications

To Join The Huntercombe Group as Support Worker you will be:

  • Empathetic and have a desire to make a difference
  • Passionate about forming therapeutic relationships
  • Committed to a person-centred approach to recovery
  • Enthusiastic about working as part of a dedicated team
  • Resilient and able to work under pressure
  • An effective communicator with good written and verbal skills
  • Willing to take ownership for the delivery of quality care and demonstrate leadership qualities
  • Legally entitled to work in the UK

Benefits

In return we offer you:

  • A thorough induction programme tailored to the hospital where you will be working
  • Clear pay structure, with competitive rates
  • Generous annual leave entitlement
  • Sick pay of 4 weeks full pay and 4 weeks half pay
  • The opportunity to participate in a company contributory pension scheme with up to 3% matching contributions
  • Maternity leave at 3 month’s full pay and 3 month’s half pay, (up to a maximum salary of £50k)
  • 2 weeks paid paternity leave
  • Shared parental leave, matching the maternity leave benefit
  • Death in service benefit equivalent to 2 x salary
  • A range of staff discounts
  • Opportunity to train to become a nurse through our ‘grow our own’ nurses programme
  • Access to Myfamilycare services which provides support and information at critical life events including access to experts and emergency care services
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)

Statutory Requirements

An enhanced DBS (England) or PVG/Disclosure Scotland (Scotland) Disclosure will be required for all successful applicants. Costs will be met by the Company.

If you like what you have read, are dynamic, forward thinking and keen to learn, with a confident ‘CAN DO’ approach in all you do, please click Apply now.


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Support Worker

Posted 16 Feb 2017

Closing date 15 May 2017

The Huntercombe Hospital Stafford

£7.67 per hour

SHIFTS - Part time

At Huntercombe, our Support Workers do something extraordinary every day. They make a difference to the lives of children and adults with complex needs such as mental health conditions, learning difficulties or brain injuries.

Read More

Permanent

Apply Now

We’re looking for caring and committed individuals who want to work with a company that understands how important Support Workers are to our patients/residents recovery.

Many of our patients arrive with complex and challenging needs. Huntercombe Support Workers work in small teams with nurses, doctors, therapists and other experts, and together they make a world of difference to people’s lives.

When you join The Huntercombe Group as a Support Worker, you will be part of a company that is understanding, strives towards excellence, is innovative, reliable and accessible and above all puts people first.

Most patients and residents are referred via NHS and local authorities. We play an integral part in contributing to new models of care outlined in the Five Year Forward View.

Key responsibilities & duties

As a Support Worker working in our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) your main duties will be:

  • To assist the senior trained staff in their day-to-day duties and clinical related tasks
  • Maintaining and developing a high standard of care for our patients/residents by being aware of their individual needs and care programmes
  • Contributing towards effective communication, by reporting to the nurse in charge any information given by the patient/resident or relative of any incident or observation which may affect our patients physical/mental well-being
  • Providing practical assistance to our patients/residents in carrying out everyday living tasks whilst encouraging them to develop their daily living skills and realising their potential to live as independently as they find possible
  • To be actively involved with the day to day routine in individual and group activities
  • To practice within a legal framework encompassing statutory, organisational policy and guidelines.

Work experience & qualifications

To Join The Huntercombe Group as Support Worker you will be:

  • Empathetic and have a desire to make a difference
  • Passionate about forming therapeutic relationships
  • Committed to a person-centred approach to recovery
  • Enthusiastic about working as part of a dedicated team
  • Resilient and able to work under pressure
  • An effective communicator with good written and verbal skills
  • Willing to take ownership for the delivery of quality care and demonstrate leadership qualities
  • Legally entitled to work in the UK

Benefits

In return we offer you:

  • A thorough induction programme tailored to the hospital where you will be working
  • Clear pay structure, with competitive rates
  • Generous annual leave entitlement
  • Sick pay of 4 weeks full pay and 4 weeks half pay
  • The opportunity to participate in a company contributory pension scheme with up to 3% matching contributions
  • Maternity leave at 3 month’s full pay and 3 month’s half pay, (up to a maximum salary of £50k)
  • 2 weeks paid paternity leave
  • Shared parental leave, matching the maternity leave benefit
  • Death in service benefit equivalent to 2 x salary
  • A range of staff discounts
  • Opportunity to train to become a nurse through our ‘grow our own’ nurses programme
  • Access to Myfamilycare services which provides support and information at critical life events including access to experts and emergency care services
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)

Statutory Requirements

An enhanced DBS (England) or PVG/Disclosure Scotland (Scotland) Disclosure will be required for all successful applicants. Costs will be met by the Company.

If you like what you have read, are dynamic, forward thinking and keen to learn, with a confident ‘CAN DO’ approach in all you do, please click Apply now.


Apply Now
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