Mental Health Nurse Team Leader - Surrey

Recruiter
Pulse Nursing
Location
Kent, England
Salary
£35049 - £43116 per annum
Posted
26 Mar 2019
Closes
09 Apr 2019
Ref
LECTLW
Contact
Louis England-Crowder
Job Type
Permanent

Clinical Team Leader - Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN)

Permanent, full time

Up to £43,116 (including location allowance)

Surrey

Are you looking to take the next step in your career?

Pulse are currently working with a leading healthcare organisation to recruit an RMN for one of their hospitals in Surrey.

This is a chance to work at a state-of-the-art hospital that provides a range of mental health services for men and women.

You will be reporting to the ward manager and play a vital role in the management of the ward. You will have experience of helping support the development of junior staff

Duties and Responsibilities

  • In partnership with, and in support of the Ward Manager, manage the nursing team and participate as an active multi-disciplinary team member, making an appropriate contribution to team processes through the use clinical assessment tools.
  • Complete factual and consistent records using a problem solving approach, which demonstrate an accurate account of treatment, care planning, delivery and evaluation.
  • In managing ward activities, prepare daily plan that ensures adequate staff resources to meets the requirements of patients and staff undertake tasks for which they have been fully briefed
  • Support the Ward Manager in securing and maintaining a continuous review process in order to facilitate developments and improvements in services.
  • Recognise, prevent and resolve potential areas of conflict.
  • Contribute to the supervision and appraisal process using RAG documents
  • Be aware of budgetary and human resource management processes
  • Utilise reviews of incidents to learn lessons and share information. Ensure that post incident debriefing occurs.
  • Abide by guidelines and hospital policies and procedures
  • Contribute to the development and review of ward manual and philosophy
  • Clinical and Professional
  • Ensure all nursing care procedures and treatments reflect professional, national and local standards for the service
  • Ensure compliance with CQC and CQUIN,
  • Complete factual and consistent records using a problem solving approach, which demonstrate an accurate account of treatment, care planning, delivery and evaluation.
  • Contribute to the clinical audit process and achievement of actions plans within agreed timescales.
  • Participate in the application of the care programme approach using clinical leadership to secure effective care planning and evaluation.
  • Ensure that the patients are involved as fully as possible in decisions affecting them and the running of the ward to maximise their independence.
  • Participate as an active multi-disciplinary team member, making an appropriate contribution to team processes
  • Promote and facilitate nursing practice, which incorporates and respects differences in respect of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, religion, culture and ability.
  • Participate in the nurse on call rota

Skills and Experience

  • NMC registered RMN
  • Experienced within a mental health setting
  • Have previously supported the development of junior staff and healthcare staff

Benefits

  • Generous annual leave
  • Access to the company pension scheme
  • Free life assurance
  • RCNi membership
  • Opportunities for further career development

Contact Louis on 0207 959 1102 to apply.

Or refer a friend and we'll pay you £250 when they start work!

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