St Andrew's

St Andrew's Mansfield, UK
20/11/2018
Full time
Ready for a new challenge using your operational and commercial leadership skills to transform lives? You can achieve more at St Andrews Healthcare A top 20 UK charity, St Andrews is a unique provider of specialist care in mental health and learning disability. We aspire to deliver truly world class, holistic services within our outstanding, modern facilities. Our independence means we can always put patients interests at the heart of decision making, while re-investing surpluses in frontline services. We are currently transforming the Charity and have introduced Integrated Practice Units (IPUs) as the vehicle to deliver Value Based Healthcare. This will ensure our patients consistently get the best possible outcomes and local teams gain more control and responsibility. The IPU This is a role specifically designed to lead on the operational side for our Nottinghamshire IPU. The IPU provides secure hospital services to working age adults with a mild learning disability and/or an autistic spectrum condition. The IPU aims to help patients and service users to care about themselves and others more, by providing a compassion-focused approach and a comprehensive range of therapies, in parallel with robust relational security. The IPU has a track record for innovation and has the only medium-secure therapeutic community in the country for men with learning disabilities. The role As Operational Lead you will report to and work alongside the Clinical Lead for the IPU. Your key focus will be overseeing the delivery of the end-to-end patient, family and carer experience, taking full responsibility for the day-to-day operational management of the IPU. This will include workforce planning, commercial and financial management and the execution of improvement activities. With the focus on achieving the best clinical outcomes for your patients, you will need to implement and manage IPU improvement activities, identify workforce planning needs and ensure staffing across your IPU is consistently at the right level to deliver the needs of your patients. You will ensure legal and regulatory compliance, and identify, assess and manage operational risks. You will also use your operational expertise to extract, analyse and interpret insights from performance data, manage business continuity and emergency planning and own the communication and messaging to all staff in your IPU. About you Were looking for an experienced leader with significant experience in inspiring, empowering and developing clinical and non-clinical teams. You will relish the opportunity this role brings to develop as a senior leader. You will have both the breadth and depth of skills to fulfil the role described above and high levels of resilience to lead and embed significant change. You will already fully embrace the focus on Value Based Healthcare and be hungry to perform as an authentic role model within your IPU. You will have the moral courage to challenge the status quo and improve patient care. You will have a strong track record of innovation, and the communication and influencing skills to engage with senior stakeholders. Interested? If this sounds like you then wed love you to apply here. If you would like an informal and confidential discussion about the role or the package please contact Dave Anthony, Head of Recruitment. Closing date: 18 November 2018 Assessment date: TBC
St Andrew's Northampton, UK
20/11/2018
Full time
Practice Nurse - Band 5 - Part Time Northampton Quality and Governance Directorate Salary £25,680.00 - £31,469.00 (Pro Rata) inclusive of Registered Clinical Allowance Service hours will be to cover 08.00-midnight, 7 days per week, 365 days a year, so shift work is required. Shift pattern 08:00 - 16:00 (Early), 12:00 - 20:00 (Late) and 16:00 - 12 midnight (Twilight) We are committed to improving the physical health of all our patients by delivering high quality clinical care which is value based and leads to outcomes that matter to the patient and their carers. Alongside this we are striving to achieve parity of esteem, giving equal value to Mental Health as to Physical Health. To accomplish this we are expanding our Physical Healthcare service and now have an exciting opportunity for 2 Nurse Practitioners to be at the forefront of this service delivery. St Andrews Healthcare is the UKs largest mental health charity. We offer specialist services for men, women, adolescents and older people across mental health, learning disability, brain injury and degenerative disorders such as Huntingtons and Alzheimers. Putting Patients needs at the heart of everything we do, we have built an innovative culture of clinical expertise. You will provide physical healthcare for the presenting patient and be able to demonstrate safe clinical decision-making and expert physical health care for patients within a mental health setting. You must be a Registered Nurse (Adult) with a current NMC registration. The post holder will provide care for the presenting patient, from initial history taking, clinical assessment, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of care. We are looking for a Practice Nurse who is able to deliver nurse-led triage and effectively problem solve. You will be able to manage acute, chronic and long term conditions, integrating both pharmacological and non-pharmacological based treatment methods into a management plan. You will also have the ability to manage complex acute and chronic wounds. We are looking for a Practice Nurse who has recent experience in community, urgent or primary care and has a special interest in one or more of the following areas: diabetes, womens health, epilepsy, long term conditions, tissue viability and/or palliative care. We are keen to offer development opportunities to enhance your practice and leadership skills, for example Non-medical prescribing, MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and /or other postgraduate courses, relevant to your practice and personal development. This is a very wide and varied role, which will provide fresh challenges to the right candidate. If you would like any further information or would like to arrange an informal chat, please contact Caroline Patrick, Clinical Administrator
St Andrew's Northampton, UK
20/11/2018
Full time
Nurse Practitioner - Band 6 Northampton Quality and Governance Directorate Salary £29,793.00 - £38,861.00 Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week Service hours will be to cover 08.00-midnight, 7 days per week, 365 days a year, so shift work is required. Shift pattern 08:00 - 16:00 (Early), 12:00 - 20:00 (Late) and 16:00 - 12 midnight (Twilight) We are committed to improving the physical health of all our patients by delivering high quality clinical care which is value based and leads to outcomes that matter to the patient and their carers. Alongside this we are striving to achieve parity of esteem, giving equal value to Mental Health as to Physical Health. To accomplish this we are expanding our Physical Healthcare service and now have an exciting opportunity fora Nurse Practitioner to be at the forefront of this service delivery. St Andrews Healthcare is the UKs largest mental health charity. We offer specialist services for men, women, adolescents and older people across mental health, learning disability, brain injury and degenerative disorders such as Huntingtons and Alzheimers. Putting Patients needs at the heart of everything we do, we have built an innovative culture of clinical expertise. You will provide physical healthcare for the presenting patient and be able to demonstrate safe clinical decision-making and expert physical health care for patients within a mental health setting. The post holder will provide care for the presenting patient, from initial history taking, clinical assessment, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of care. You will be able to diagnose and manage acute, chronic and long term conditions, integrating both pharmacological and non-pharmacological based treatment methods into a management plan. We are looking for a Nurse Practitioner who has recent experience in urgent or primary care and has a special interest in one or more of the following areas: diabetes, womens health, epilepsy, long term conditions, tissue viability and/or palliative care. We are keen to offer development opportunities to enhance your advanced practice and leadership skills, for example Non-medical prescribing, MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and /or other postgraduate courses, relevant to your practice and personal development. This is a very wide and varied role, which will provide fresh challenges to the right candidate.
St Andrew's Basildon, UK
20/11/2018
Full time
Occupational Therapy Technical Instructor Essex (Two Posts) Salary £18,526 - £22,315 Inclusive of London Fringe Allowance Career Level: Core Contributor (Band 3) Hours: 37.5 hours per week St Andrews Essex has a number of care pathways including psychiatric intensive care, mental illness, personality disorder, recovery and rehabilitation. The service has been designed to meet the complex needs of individuals from admission to discharge. There is a strong emphasis placed on inter-disciplinary working and providing an integrated, recovery focused therapeutic programme that uses a variety of treatment approaches. We are interested to hear from motivated individuals who have a good understanding of mental health and personality disorder; and who are able to work well under pressure. Within the hospital we care for individuals at various stages of their mental illness, so the successful individual would need to be compassionate and adaptable in their approach. As an Occupational Therapy Technical Instructor you will have the opportunity to work with a highly motivated Occupational Therapy team. There will be opportunities to be involved in staff training and professional development as well as regular individual supervision from a Senior Occupational Therapist. You should have: - An understanding of the role of Occupational Therapy within mental health - Good team working skills, sound communication skills. - The ability to work under pressure - The ability to build a rapport with a challenging patient group - Organisational skills, an ability to take initiative and complete delegated tasks - Ability to lead therapeutic activity groups under supervision - Creative skills - GCSE level or equivalent in English and Maths - Please contact Narinder Sangha (Senior OT) on or for an informal discussion about this role Closing Date: Sunday 18th November 2018.
St Andrew's Northampton, UK
19/11/2018
Full time
An opportunity has arisen for Clinical Nurse Leader in the Learning Disabilities Service - Northampton. Are you an experienced mental health or learning disability nurse with exceptional leadership abilities and passionate about supporting adults with a learning disability? We have a Clinical Nurse Leader vacancy suited to a nurse that delivers exceptional clinical leadership, a passion for continued improvement and service development and teamwork. The LD IPU provides specialist supports to people in a range of secure environments in the least restrictive way possible. We are working in a compassionate and caring culture and we are looking for someone who can support this culture and drive change forward as a clinical nurse leader. You will be the senior nurse on shift and will be a strong role model who consistently demonstrates innovative ways of thinking and has a strong record of successful service improvement activities. The role of Clinical Nurse Leader Youll be the most senior nurse on the ward, maintaining a high profile and visible presence, whilst working as part of the multi-disciplinary team. Youll lead the nursing shift team, driving the clinical model and contribute to improvements in practice, in conjunction with the Advanced Nurse Practitioner. Put your leadership skills to the test, leading nursing teams on ward shifts and helping to provide world class mental health services. Youll also have lots of support to continue your professional development and training and to progress your career. What you will need for this role Substantial experience supporting people with a learning disability. High level leadership skills, ability to maintain motivation and to motivate others, excellent communication and people management skills are also key. And in return? Benefits are good, with additional hours available if required, a pension, life cover, excellent training, 35 days holiday, car lease scheme, cycle to work scheme and childcare vouchers. You will also be part of our expert Clinical team, giving you plenty of exposure to teaching, mentoring and coaching and extensive opportunities for continuing professional development, training, and career progression.
St Andrew's Northampton, UK
19/11/2018
Full time
Nurse Practitioner - Band 6 Northampton Quality and Governance Directorate Salary £29,793.00 - £38,861.00 Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week Service hours will be to cover 08.00-midnight, 7 days per week, 365 days a year, so shift work is required. Shift pattern 08:00 - 16:00 (Early), 12:00 - 20:00 (Late) and 16:00 - 12 midnight (Twilight) We are committed to improving the physical health of all our patients by delivering high quality clinical care which is value based and leads to outcomes that matter to the patient and their carers. Alongside this we are striving to achieve parity of esteem, giving equal value to Mental Health as to Physical Health. To accomplish this we are expanding our Physical Healthcare service and now have an exciting opportunity fora Nurse Practitioner to be at the forefront of this service delivery. St Andrews Healthcare is the UKs largest mental health charity. We offer specialist services for men, women, adolescents and older people across mental health, learning disability, brain injury and degenerative disorders such as Huntingtons and Alzheimers. Putting Patients needs at the heart of everything we do, we have built an innovative culture of clinical expertise. You will provide physical healthcare for the presenting patient and be able to demonstrate safe clinical decision-making and expert physical health care for patients within a mental health setting. The post holder will provide care for the presenting patient, from initial history taking, clinical assessment, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of care. You will be able to diagnose and manage acute, chronic and long term conditions, integrating both pharmacological and non-pharmacological based treatment methods into a management plan. We are looking for a Nurse Practitioner who has recent experience in urgent or primary care and has a special interest in one or more of the following areas: diabetes, womens health, epilepsy, long term conditions, tissue viability and/or palliative care. We are keen to offer development opportunities to enhance your advanced practice and leadership skills, for example Non-medical prescribing, MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and /or other postgraduate courses, relevant to your practice and personal development. This is a very wide and varied role, which will provide fresh challenges to the right candidate.
St Andrew's Mansfield, UK
19/11/2018
Full time
Thoresby Ward - Mansfield Staff Nurse - Thoresby Ward - Mansfield From £25,680 - £34,832 + Shift Enhancements* St Andrews Mansfield is a centre of excellence for male service users who are presenting with learning disability or autistic spectrum disorders and who require medium or low secure care. Thoresby provides a medium secure setting for men who have learned to use challenging ways of behaving in order to cope with routine challenges in life. The ward runs as a therapeutic community and strives to ensure that the men living on the ward are involved in decision making, work alongside staff to establish care and treatment plans and participate in all aspects of running and living in an in-patient ward. Many of the men have experienced severe trauma in their lives and staff members need to work to develop a compassionate and sensitive ward culture that helps the men to develop trust. Our ultimate objective is to help the men to feel safe enough to learn new ways of behaving so that they can move towards community living. Feel at home in your surroundings You will be working alongside like-minded professionals who share your commitment to outcomes-focused, individualised care. We aspire to deliver truly world class results, so standards are high and theres a big emphasis on innovation and best practice. Were a major provider of NHS Services. Were also a charity, with a proud history and reputation. And because we re-invest our surpluses, we can always put the interests of our patients first and you can really see the impact of your work on their lives. Follow a specialist career pathway We recognise how important our nurses are to the success of our work and the future of our organisation. So weve recently introduced new specialist career pathways. You can realise your full potential through a structured plan encompassing training, development, mentoring, responsibility, qualifications, research and progression - with the flexibility to follow a path into senior clinical roles or nursing management positions. Enjoy great rewards St Andrews will reward your contribution with an excellent salary, plus shift enhancements (30% of hourly rate for week days 8pm to 7.45am and Saturdays) and 60% of Sundays and Bank Holidays) - Free parking - Paid DBS application - Salary Sacrifice schemes including cycle to work, car lease and childcare vouchers - Sponsorship opportunities for the right candidate - Referral scheme - Preceptorship programme - Comprehensive induction - Specialist career pathways - Generous pension - 35 days annual leave, increasing to 41 after 10 years service - Sickness policy on a par with the NHS - Healthcare cash plan - Free flu and hepatitis jabs All candidates must meet the requirements for revalidation as set out by the NMC
St Andrew's Basildon, UK
18/11/2018
Full time
Healthcare Assistant - Basildon, Essex Location: Essex Career Level: Core Contributors (Band 2) Salary: From £17,735 inclusive of London Fringe Allowance plus Special Duty Pay Hours: 37.5 St Andrews Essex provides patient centred care for both men and women with a personality disorder and/or mental health issues in a low secure and locked environment. Working at St Andrews Healthcare Were the UKs largest independent provider of NHS services, a unique mental health charity aspiring to deliver truly world-class care. Our focus is transforming lives through ground breaking treatment and rehabilitation, with surpluses re-invested in our outstanding facilities. Youll find a welcoming, inclusive culture here, inspired by the shared values of our team. Everyone has their part to play in the amazing work we do - youll have every opportunity to get what you want from your career. Your role with us As a HCA, you'll be under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional, usually a nurse, and work with doctors, psychologists and a range of other healthcare professionals. The main contact you'll have, though, is with the people in our care. The role can be quite active and we would therefore require you to be able to cope with the demands of an active post. There are no set entry requirements to become a Healthcare Assistant but there are skills and personal characteristics needed. To be a Healthcare Assistant in mental health care, you'll need to be: - Resilient - Caring and kind - Cheerful and friendly - Willing to do personal care tasks (washing, toileting, etc.) in some areas - Able to follow instructions and procedures - Able to work in a team but use your own initiative You'll also need: - Communication and listening skills - Organisational skills - Observational Skills Rewards We offer an excellent benefits package including pension, 35 days holiday, and sickness policy on par with the NHS life cover, car lease scheme, and cycle to work scheme and childcare vouchers. Closing date: Sunday 9th December 2018.
St Andrew's Mansfield, UK
17/11/2018
Full time
Clinical Nurse Lead Band 6 Mansfield - Wollaton Ward Salary £27,069 to £36,647 + shift enhancements. We are looking for an experienced mental health or learning disability nurse to work as a Clinical Nurse Leader, providing clinical leadership to the team Wollaton provides a medium secure forensic setting for men who have learned to use challenging ways of behaving in order to cope with routine challenges in life. The ward looks after men with a diagnosis of ASD in the least restrictive way possible. We are working in a compassionate and caring culture and we are looking for someone who can support this culture and drive change forward as a clinical nurse leader. You will be the senior nurse on shift and we would like a good strong role model and someone who is passionate and dynamic who has innovative ways of thinking. Our ultimate objective is to help the men to feel safe enough to learn new ways of behaving so that they can move towards community living. Put your leadership skills to the test, managing nursing teams on ward shifts and helping to provide world class mental health services. Youll also have lots of support to continue your professional development and training and to progress your career. Why St Andrews Healthcare? Were a top 20 charity and the UKs leading charity providing specialist NHS mental healthcare. Profits are re-invested into new services and new facilities, helping us to continue to do amazing work and transform mental healthcare. Our new care pathways are helping us to provide outstanding outcomes and will give you more opportunities to gain specialist experience. The role of Clinical Nurse Leader Youll be the most senior nurse on the ward, maintaining a high profile and visible presence, whilst working alongside a multi-disciplinary team. Youll lead the nursing shift team, driving the clinical model and contribute to improvements in practice. What you will need for this role Substantial experience of working in mental health, learning disability, ASD or Neuropsychiatry services is going to be important. Leadership, excellent communication and people management skills are also key, as youll be relied upon to keep your team happy and motivated. And in return? Benefits are good, with additional hours available if required, a pension, life cover, excellent training, 35 days holiday, car lease scheme, childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme. You will also be part of our expert Clinical team, giving you plenty of exposure to teaching, mentoring and coaching and extensive opportunities for continuing professional development, training, and career progression.
St Andrew's City Rd, Derby DE1 3RR, UK
17/11/2018
Full time
Senior and Staff Nurse RNLD or RMN - Derby Location: Littleover, Derbyshire From £25,680 - £31,469 plus enhancements -First Line Manager/Professional (Band 5) Full time - 37.5 hours per week We are seeking highly motivated experienced or newly qualified RNLD or RMN Nurses to work with us within our site in Littleover, Derby Our service has been developed to provide enhanced care for individuals with complex presentations. Oaklands is a single person site, set within a bungalow in Littleover, Derby About you You will be a talented newly qualified or experience RNLD or RMN Nurse with an energetic and motivated attitude and the ability to work on multiple task at the same time. This is how important your role is to our patients Feeling that they care-this has the biggest part-feeling it without someone saying it We offer an excellent benefits package including: - Pension - Sickness policy on par with the NHS - 35 days annual leave, increasing to 41 after 10 years' service - Life cover - Enhanced maternity cover - Car lease scheme - Cycle to work scheme - Childcare vouchers - Healthcare cash plan - Free parking - Paid DBS application - Access to free vocational qualifications Closing date: Sunday 04th November 2018
St Andrew's Northampton, UK
17/11/2018
Full time
Advanced Nurse Practitioner Northampton Quality and Governance Directorate Salary £33,749.00 - £46,723.00 Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week Service hours will be to cover 08.00-midnight, 7 days per week, 365 days a year, so shift work is required. Shift pattern 08:00 - 16:00 (Early), 12:00 - 20:00 (Late) and 16:00 - 12 midnight (Twilight) We are committed to improving the physical health of all our patients by delivering high quality clinical care which is value based and leads to outcomes that matter to the patient and their carer. Alongside this we are striving to achieve parity of esteem, giving equal value to Mental Health as to Physical Health. To accomplish this we are expanding our Physical Healthcare service and now have an exciting opportunity for 3 Advanced Nurse Practitioners to be at the forefront of this service delivery. St Andrews Healthcare is the UKs largest mental health charity. We offer specialist services for men, women, adolescents and older people across mental health, learning disability, brain injury and degenerative disorders such as Huntingtons and Alzheimers. Putting patients needs at the heart of everything we do, we have built an innovative culture of clinical expertise. As a Registered Nurse (Adult), you will act within your professional boundaries to provide excellent physical healthcare for our patients as well as being an advocate for their physical healthcare needs. You will demonstrate courageous critical thinking and be a caring, compassionate and committed experienced nurse. The post holder will provide care for the presenting patient, from initial history taking, clinical assessment, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of care. You will be an autonomous practitioner who is able to diagnose and manage acute, chronic and long term conditions, integrating both pharmacological and non-pharmacological based treatment methods into a management plan. Promote, deliver evidence-based care for patients presenting with acute, chronic and complex wounds, including undertaking skin closure techniques i.e. tissue adhesive and suturing. We are looking for a Registered Nurse (adult) who is a Non-Medical Prescriber or willing to undertake the training to achieve the Non-Medical Prescribing qualification. You will also be an ANP with recent urgent care or primary care experience with a special interest in one or more of the following areas: diabetes, womens health, epilepsy, long term conditions, tissue viability and/or palliative care We are keen to offer development opportunities to enhance your advanced practice and leadership skills, for example Non-medical prescribing, MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and /or other postgraduate courses, relevant to your practice and personal development. This is a very wide and varied role, which will provide fresh challenges to the right candidate.
St Andrew's Northampton, UK
17/11/2018
Full time
Healthcare Assistant - Womens DBT From £16,485 Career Level: Core Contributor (Band 2) Hours: 37.5 We are currently transforming the Charity and are introducing Integrated Practice Units (IPU's) as the vehicle to deliver 'Value Based Healthcare'. This will ensure our patients consistently get the best possible outcomes and local teams gain more control and responsibility. This exciting opportunity is to work within an Integrated Practice Unit (IPU) delivering Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) for women with Borderline Personality Disorder. The DBT IPU provides treatment for women in a low secure setting moving them through locked rehab. Your role with us Healthcare assistants work in our Clinical Service area, supporting staff teams in delivering and focusing on our Patients and their rehabilitation, daily activities and care. The role can be quite active and we would therefore require you to be able to cope with the demands of an active post. Your profile There are no set entry requirements to become a Healthcare Assistant but there are skills and personal characteristics needed. To be a Healthcare Assistant in mental health care, you will need to be: - Resilient - Caring and kind - Cheerful and friendly - Willing to do personal care tasks (washing, toileting, etc.) in some areas - Able to follow instructions and procedures - Able to work in a team but use your own initiative You'll also need: - Communication and listening skills - Organisational skills - Observational skills - - Rewards - We offer an excellent benefits package including - Pension - Sickness policy on par with the NHS - 35 days annual leave, increasing to 41 after 10 years' service - Life cover - Car lease scheme - Cycle to work scheme - Childcare vouchers - Healthcare cash plan - Free parking - Paid DBS application - Access to free vocational qualifications Closing date: Sunday 9th December 2018
St Andrew's Mansfield, UK
17/11/2018
Full time
Workchoice / Bank Healthcare Assistant, Mansfield Career Level: Primary Contributors (Band 2) Salary: From £8.43 per hour plus enhanced pay for unsocial hours Hours: Zero hours contract - We have many bank shifts currently available 7 days a week This is a zero hours contract so you can chioose when and how many hours you work to fit around your work/life balance (average of four shifts per month required to be worked) You will also be able to take advantage of enhanced pay and an excellent training programme. Shift Times Available 7 days per week:- 7.30am - 1.30pm 1.15pm - 7.45pm 7.30am - 7.45pm 7.30pm - 7.45am (Night working will be available once the probation period is successfully completed) Your role with us Healthcare assistants work in all areas of our Clinical Services, supporting staff teams in delivering and focusing on our Patients and their rehabilitation, daily activities and care. The role can be quite active and we would therefore require you to be able to cope with the demands of an active post. All successful candidates will be required to complete the Care Certificate - full details will be discussed during pre-interview screening process. Your profile There are no set entry requirements to become a Healthcare Assistant but there are skills and personal characteristics needed. To be a Healthcare Assistant in mental health care, you will need to be: - Resilient - Caring and kind - Cheerful and friendly - Willing to do personal care tasks (washing, toileting, etc.) in some areas - Able to follow instructions and procedures - Able to work in a team but use your own initiative You'll also need: - Communication and listening skills - Organisational skills - Observational skills - - Rewards We offer an excellent benefits package including: - Pension - Free parking - Paid Training - Paid DBS application - Closing date: Sunday 16th December Interviews will be taking place on 29th and 30th November 2018
St Andrew's Northampton, UK
17/11/2018
Full time
Healthcare Assistant - Women\'s Mental Health, Medium Secure Location: Northampton Career Level: Core Contributors (Band 2) Salary from £16,485 + Special Duty Pay Hours: 37.5 per Week - Long Days We currently have exciting opportunities for Healthcare Assistants to work as part of a multidisciplinary team delivering high quality care and treatment. The Womens Medium Secure Integrated Practice Units (IPU) comprises of three specialist services treating women with complex Mental health needs.The three wards; Sunley, Seacole & Stowe are all based within a purpose built unit offering modern facilities and resources Why St Andrews Healthcare? Were a top 20 charity and the UKs leading charity providing specialist NHS mental healthcare. Our new Integrated Practice Units are helping us to provide outstanding outcomes and will give you more exposure to specialist skills and expertise. The role of Nursing Manager is critical to the success of our new strategy Transforming lives by building world-class mental healthcare services. Your profile Applications are welcomed from reliable, committed, well-motivated individuals who are flexible, able to demonstrate high standards of care and who possess excellent written and verbal communication skills alongside good IT literacy. You will need to have resilience to work in a secure healthcare setting and this will help you meet the challenges and expectations of working as a Healthcare Assistant. And in return? - nationally recognised training opportunities - apply to join our fast growing ASPIRE programme, fully supported Nurse training opportunities - Pension - Sickness policy on par with the NHS - 38 days annual leave, increasing to 41 after 10 years' service - Life cover - Car lease scheme - Cycle to work scheme - Childcare vouchers - Healthcare cash plan - Free parking - Paid DBS application - Access to vocational qualifications including apprenticeship - Closing Date: Sunday 9th December 2018.
St Andrew's Northampton, UK
16/11/2018
Full time
Advanced Nurse Practitioner Northampton Quality and Governance Directorate Salary £33,749.00 - £46,723.00 Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week Service hours will be to cover 08.00-midnight, 7 days per week, 365 days a year, so shift work is required. Shift pattern 08:00 - 16:00 (Early), 12:00 - 20:00 (Late) and 16:00 - 12 midnight (Twilight) We are committed to improving the physical health of all our patients by delivering high quality clinical care which is value based and leads to outcomes that matter to the patient and their carer. Alongside this we are striving to achieve parity of esteem, giving equal value to Mental Health as to Physical Health. To accomplish this we are expanding our Physical Healthcare service and now have an exciting opportunity for 3 Advanced Nurse Practitioners to be at the forefront of this service delivery. St Andrews Healthcare is the UKs largest mental health charity. We offer specialist services for men, women, adolescents and older people across mental health, learning disability, brain injury and degenerative disorders such as Huntingtons and Alzheimers. Putting patients needs at the heart of everything we do, we have built an innovative culture of clinical expertise. As a Registered Nurse (Adult), you will act within your professional boundaries to provide excellent physical healthcare for our patients as well as being an advocate for their physical healthcare needs. You will demonstrate courageous critical thinking and be a caring, compassionate and committed experienced nurse. The post holder will provide care for the presenting patient, from initial history taking, clinical assessment, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation of care. You will be an autonomous practitioner who is able to diagnose and manage acute, chronic and long term conditions, integrating both pharmacological and non-pharmacological based treatment methods into a management plan. Promote, deliver evidence-based care for patients presenting with acute, chronic and complex wounds, including undertaking skin closure techniques i.e. tissue adhesive and suturing. We are looking for a Registered Nurse (adult) who is a Non-Medical Prescriber or willing to undertake the training to achieve the Non-Medical Prescribing qualification. You will also be an ANP with recent urgent care or primary care experience with a special interest in one or more of the following areas: diabetes, womens health, epilepsy, long term conditions, tissue viability and/or palliative care We are keen to offer development opportunities to enhance your advanced practice and leadership skills, for example Non-medical prescribing, MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and /or other postgraduate courses, relevant to your practice and personal development. This is a very wide and varied role, which will provide fresh challenges to the right candidate.
St Andrew's Northampton, UK
16/11/2018
Full time
Staff nurse and Senior staff nurse Brain Injury Rehabilitation £25,680 to £31,469 + Shift Enhancements * *30% extra Saturday/nights & 60% extra Sundays worked Hours - full time days & Night shifts avaliable About the role Due to the expansion of our qualified nursing teams we have an exciting opportunity for you to join the Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Care IPU, with opportunities available on all 5 different clinical areas, ranging from locked admission to community living. This is your chance to join a committed team who are recognised for being at the forefront of innovative service development, for its excellence in service delivery and rehabilitation practice, and for its ability to manage and reduce aggressive behaviour and to re integrate patients back in to the community. Applications are welcomed from well-motivated individuals who are flexible, able to demonstrate high standards of care and who possess good communication skills. You will take on a key role within our transdisciplinary teams in providing high quality care to our patients and be part of a team that truly make a difference to our patients recovery. We have unique facilities within St Andrews Healthcare that support our patients from admission through to discharge, offering them opportunities to access innovative treatments , arts and employment. In the Brain Injury IPU, you can enjoy a special sense of pride and belonging - by helping transform the lives of patients, while shaping the future you want for yourself. We are committed to the development of our teams and to supporting you to progress your career. We offer a comprehensive preceptorship programme, have close links with Northampton University and offer a wide range of in house training opportunities allowing you to develop both clinically and academically. Our commitment to holistic care, safety, recovery and innovative therapies and treatment makes the Brain Injury IPU, the perfect place to establish your career. Join us and youll be part of a team with a shared focus on people, embracing diversity and promoting inclusion. Rewards We offer an excellent benefits package including: - Pension - *30% extra Saturday/nights & 60% extra Sundays worked - Sickness policy on par with the NHS - 35 days annual leave, increasing to 41 after 10 years' service - Life cover - Enhanced maternity cover - Car lease scheme - Cycle to work scheme - Healthcare cash plan Free parking - Paid DBS application - Access to free vocational qualifications If this is the right role for you then please apply now
St Andrew's Northampton, UK
16/11/2018
Full time
Staff/ Senior Staff Nurse - CAMHS £25,680 to £31,469 + Shift Enhancements* Full time days & Night shifts avaliable *30% extra Saturday/nights & 60% extra Sundays worked *To apply for this role you must either be due to qualify as a nurse or already be an existing nurse with an active NMC pin* We have an exciting opportunity within our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) for compassionate and dedicated Mental Health and Learning Disability nurses who want to make a difference to the lives of young people to be part of our new facility, FitzRoy House, in Northampton. You will be working alongside like-minded professionals who share your commitment to outcomes-focused, individualised care. We aspire to deliver truly world class results, so standards are high and theres a big emphasis on innovation and best practice..Were also a charity, with a proud history and reputation and because we re-invest our surpluses, we can always put the interests of our patients first and you can really see the impact of your work on their lives FitzRoy is Europes newest and largest adolescent mental health facility. Providing specialised, bespoke care, FitzRoy House will support up to 110 young people across 11 wards, some of the most complex mental health needs in the UK We offer a wide range of therapies, from special sensory rooms to art and music suites, together with animal care in its outdoor courtyards and the opportunity to work in kitchens and workshops. Fitness suites will help young people improve their physical as well as mental wellbeing, and patients can study for qualifications in the new setting for St Andrews College, rated by Ofsted as outstanding. We offer an excellent benefits package including: - Pension - Sickness policy on par with the NHS - 35 days annual leave, increasing to 41 after 10 years' service - Life cover - Enhanced maternity cover - Car lease scheme - Cycle to work scheme - Childcare vouchers - Healthcare cash plan - Free parking - Paid DBS application - Access to free vocational qualifications If this is the right role for you then please apply now!
St Andrew's Northampton, UK
15/11/2018
Full time
Female Healthcare Assistant - Womens Low Secure IPU Career Level: Core Contributor Salary from £16,485 + Enhancements Hours: 37.5 hours per week The Womens Low Secure IPU is looking for individuals who will like to gain experience as Healthcare Assistants working in a Mental Healthcare setting or they already have experience by they want to improve knowledge and skills working in low secure settings and locked rehabilitation wards. We offer services that are specially designed for women over the age of 18 with Mental Health, Personality Disorders and challenging behaviour. The pathway provides low secure, locked and open units. The Units are aligned along sub-pathways for Personality Disorder, Psychosis and related illnesses and rehabilitation. Our facilities, activities, therapies and services are designed with women in mind. We have a number of exciting opportunities for Female Healthcare Assistants as well as working as part of multidisciplinary team there are training and career progression opportunities that can help individual fulfil their potential. The role can be quite active and challenging and we would therefore require you to be physically fit. Applications are welcomed from well-motivated individuals who are resilient, flexible and are able to demonstrate high standards of care. Individual will need to possess good communication skills alongside good IT literacy. You will need to have resilience to work in a secure healthcare setting and this will help you meet the challenges and expectations of working as a Healthcare Assistant Rewards:- - Pension - Sickness policy on par with the NHS - 35 days annual leave, increasing to 41 after 10 years' service - Life cover - Car lease scheme - Cycle to work scheme - Childcare vouchers - Healthcare cash plan - Free parking - Paid DBS application - Access to vocational qualifications Closing Date: Sunday 2nd December 2018 This position is exempt under the Equality Act 2010 regarding gender specification (formerly Section 7(2)(d) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975)