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Community Mental Health Nurse / Care Coordinator (Band 6)

Job Reference: 376-NLCG-88

Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust
Recovery Focussed Team
£30,401 to £37,267 pa pr

“Working together across Humber, Coast and Vale”

1 x full time fixed term post & 1 part time permanent post available

An exciting opportunity has arisen for suitably qualified and experienced Band 6 Community Mental Health Nurses to join the Recovery Focussed Team.

The Recovery Focussed Team is an all age adult Secondary Mental Health Community Team providing care to individuals with a variety of mental health problems including psychosis, non-psychosis and organic conditions; within the team we also offer Assertive Outreach and Older Peoples pathways. We are currently developing the service and pathways we provide; so this is an exciting time to join the team in this period of development and recent relocation.

The successful candidates will be highly motivated individuals. We are seeking individuals who ideally have experience at working with adults with a range of mental health problems particularly experience of working with individuals with non-psychotic disorders such as Personality Disorder and depression.

In return we can offer a friendly and supportive multi disciplinary environment in which to develop through regular training opportunities, regular individual and group supervision and a supportive team ethos

The team has recently moved to a fantastic and spacious new base which is on Normanby Road, Scunthorpe. The working hours are Monday to Friday 9-5 (some flexibility required) and excluding bank holidays. Due to the large geographical area of North Lincs, it is essential that applicants are able to efficiently and effectively move around the area to deliver the interventions in a timely manner.

For further information please contact Rebecca Davis Team Manager, Jodie Roebuck Clinical Nurse Specialist for non-psychosis or Paul Harris Clinical Nurse Specialist for psychosis on 01724 270363

We reserve the right to close down this advert early should there be a high number of applicants.


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