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Community Detox Nurse Band 5

Job Reference: J181-A-19-37290

Central Advertising - Social Enterprises
Blenheim CDP
£27,627.60 - £35,529.60 Per Annum

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Blenheimis an established charity that provides support to drug andalcohol users, their family and carers.We support people to make lasting changes to their lives.We believe in people’s capacity to change. Blenheim, as part of a new tender, will be delivering the Haga Haringey Alcohol Service. The Service will be part of the integrated Haringey Treatment System. The Service will offer support for individuals to make positive, healthy changes to their lifestyle particularly relating to their alcohol use. The Service will support people to maintain their recovery by providing a range of interventions including 1:1 keywork sessions, groupwork, family work and counselling. Coproduction will be at the heart of the service.

Blenheim are recruiting a Community Detox Nurse Band 5 assessing service users in order to establish need for alcohol detoxification treatment. The post-holder will support delivery of nursing clinics (including, but not limited to, nursing assessment, cognitive screening and assessment for and administration of Pabrinex), pre-detoxification groups, community alcohol detoxifications and referral and coordination of residential detoxification treatment. The post holder will contribute towards the wider alcohol treatment service contractual targets and support staff accordingly within the team using their specialist knowledge.This is an ideal opportunity for a newly qualified nurse to learn about alcohol and substance misuse treatment in a diverse borough with a dynamic and supportive multi-disciplinary team.

Closing date:Sunday 24 March 2019 at midnight
Interviews week: Week of1st April 2019

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