Registered Nurse (Mental Health)
Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
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- looking to take your first step on the career ladder?
- seeking development opportunities for career progression?
- returning to the profession after a break?
- joining civilian life after a successful nursing career in the military?
- retired and looking to continue to contribute to our wonderful NHS?
We really value our nurses; whether you are a final year nursing student or already practicing, you will be an asset to our Trust and a key part of our nursing community.
You will strengthen our innovative and experienced teams and contribute to the high standards of Care that we provide to the people of Derbyshire.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Registered Nurse to join us on Ward 35 at the Radbourne Unit. You will be expected to work shifts across a 7 day week.
Ward 35 is an all female adult acute ward and is where you will find a positive, supportive and friendly environment. We have an established leadership team which consists of a Ward Manager, Lead Nurses and a Senior Occupational Therapist.
Main duties of the job
- Work as part of a team responsible for the delivery of Patient/Client Centred Care.
- Promote and support service user and carer involvement as autonomy and choices are an integral part of the philosophy of the Trust.
- Respond to the needs of people in an honest, non-judgemental and open manner which respects the rights of individuals and groups.
- Work closely with colleagues to ensure that clinical services are delivered to the highest standard and in accordance with the most recent evidence based guidance.
- As a registered nurse, be personally accountable for your professional practice that will be delivered in accordance with the legal and professional responsibilities outlined by the NMC.
- Ensure that services are provided in a safe and supportive environment and at all times adopt a professional approach to your work promoting a positive image to services users/carers and the general public.
Join 'Team Derbyshire Healthcare' and become part of a talented, compassionate and enthusiastic workforce committed to a vision of 'making a positive difference in people's lives'.
CQC rated us as 'GOOD' overall, commenting on how our colleagues "treated patients with compassion and kindness" and "felt positive and proud about working for the trust."
- Commitment to flexible working where this is possible
- 27 days annual leave/year plus bank holidays, increasing to 29 days after 5 years & 33 days after 10 years' service
- Yearly appraisal and commitment to ongoing training
- Generous NHS pension scheme
- Good maternity, paternity and adoption benefits
- Health service discounts and online benefits
- Incremental pay progression
- Free confidential employee assistance programme 24/7
- Access to our LGBTI+ network, BAME Network and Christian Network
- Health and wellbeing opportunities
- Structured learning and development opportunities
Please see attached Job Description and Person Specification. To apply, please click APPLY FOR THIS JOB - this link will take you to the TRAC Recruitment Site. You will need to register if you do not already have an account.
- Deliver care in accordance with the most recent evidence based guidance and research. This will provide the foundation to the Care Programme Approach - assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care, as part of an effective multi-disciplinary approach.
- Promote and support service users and carers involvement in the clinical decision making process.
- Work as part of a team to ensure appropriate evidence based clinical risk assessments are undertaken.
- Ensure that care plans are evidence based and address the needs of the individual service user.
- Always work in accordance to relevant legal and ethical requirements e.g. Mental Health Act 1993, Code of Practice, Health and Safety at Work Act etc.
- Maintain high standards of clinical practice and participate in a process of change and development in order to improve the quality of service delivery.
- Make use of effective interpersonal skills in relating to service users/ carers and fellow team members.
- Ensure a multi-professional approach to care is maintained respecting the diversity of colleagues roles and responsibilities.
- Work closely with colleagues to ensure appropriate service delivery and maintain a high standard of care.
- Ensure Trust and professional guidelines are maintained for record keeping.
- Participate in the process of clinical supervision, both as supervisor and supervisee.
- Participate in the process of individual performance review and personal development planning.
- Ensure that the physical and psychological well-being of each individual service user is the foundation for care delivery.
Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).