Locum Band 6 CPN- Promoting Recovery Team

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Locum Band 6 CPN- Promoting Recovery Team

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    South London

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    01322 282 470

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    9 days ago

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Our clients in South London are urgently seeking 4 Band 6 Community Mental Health Nurses (CPN) to join their Promoting Recovery Service.
Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
Job Description
  • Will be responsible, under supervision, for the assessment/care co-ordination of a number of cases (25-30) as identified and supervised by the team leader.

  • To undertake collaborative risk assessments and risk management and crisis plans as appropriate.

  • To work with service users to identify recovery goals as part of the overall care plan.

  • To work as an integral part of the MDT in providing a flexible and responsive service where required (this will involve a duty system, assist with the depot clinic).

  • To provide supervised interventions in evidence based practice where required.

  • To work within policy, professional and legal frameworks at all times and have a clear understanding of ones Code of Professional Conduct, adult and child protection protocols, Mental Health and Capacity Acts and CPA, and Trust clinical policies.

  • To effectively work as a member of the multi-disciplinary team and contribute to/implement decisions with regard to service users’ treatment and care.

  • To develop therapeutic relationships which facilitate collaborative working.

  • To maintain a high standard of written communications, recording appropriate events and observations in accordance with Trust policies and Code of Professional Conduct.

  • To maintain confidentiality of information in accordance with Trust policies and professional Code of Conduct.

  • Maintain appropriate, up to date, written and electronic records and activity data in accordance with Professional and Trusts standards.

  • Excellent Assessment Skills

  • Experience of Home Treatment or Psychiatric Triage

  • Good organisational skills

  • Good Communicator

  • Good computer skills

  • Experience of working with people who have Psychosis

  • Experience of working in a busy Community Mental Health Team

  • Ability to commute by car

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and would like to find out more, please call Lauren - 07552277905 (New Registrants) or Georgia 07552277896 (Existing Registrants)or alternatively please email recruitment@westmeriarecruitment.co.uk.
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