Clinical Lead Staff Nurse - Bridgwater

Recruiter
Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Bridgwater
Posted
12 Feb 2018
Closes
18 Feb 2018
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Main area
CAMHSGrade
Band 6Contract
PermanentHours
37.5 hours per weekJob ref
184-JAN.11.17-C

Town
BridgwaterSalary
£26,565 - £35,577 per annumClosing
28/02/2018 23:59



Clinical Lead Staff Nurse – InpatientsBand 6(CAMHS)[Bridgwater], SomersetMaking a difference to children and young people in a CAMHS inpatient setting.We put young people at the centre of all we do in Somerset. That's why we've recently reconfigured Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) to integrate our community outreach and inpatient services.Responsible for delivering a high-quality mental health service for children, young people and their families, you will have a particular focus on assessment, treatment and evaluation in the ward setting.You will offer psycho-educational advice and practical support, using a collaborative, recovery-focused approach. Risk assessment and management is an essential part of the role. Liaising closely with both colleagues and a variety of external agencies; you will also provide clinical leadership to the team.As part of the senior team, ensure that nursing staff on the ward provide the agreed standards of treatment, care and activity for patients, provide clinical leadership to the team by sharing specialist knowledge and ensuring a consistent high quality service is provided to our service users.Working without direct supervision and being accountable for own actions and undertake case management processes through assessment of needs and identification of appropriate placement/packages of care. On occasions there may be a need to take on care coordination for identified cases, for example young people transitioning to adult services.You will be required to support the Ward Manager to lead and manage the staff team, including development and welfare, ensuring good communication and team working and support the Ward Manager by contributing to clinical leadership within the team and assisting in the achievement of team objectives, targets and quality standards.The post holder will contribute to the assessment, planning and implementation of treatment plans for children and young people with complex mental health needs and their families. They will supervise support staff, participating in a variety of therapeutic activities related to the clients’ care plans.As a member of the nursing team the post holder will play a contributory role in facilitating the health and well-being of service users.The post holder will be working as part of the CAMHS multi-disciplinary team, working with a recovery focused approach. His/her assessments/interventions will be a key component of the overall care plan for the young person.You'll be part of a talented multidisciplinary team, working together, sharing expertise and benefiting from excellent professional development opportunities. All focused on being the best you can be, to deliver CAMH services that really stand out.In return you can enjoy an excellent quality of life in Somerset, a rural county that's rather well connected, with easy access to coast and moorland, as well as a thriving arts and entertainment scene.



At Somerset Partnership, we offer some excellent benefits over and above the standard NHS benefits. Here are just some of them:



At Somerset Partnership we have an excellent ‘Refer a Friend ‘ scheme. We recognise that our staff are our most valuable resource and we are proud of the excellent levels of service our Trust provides to our service users and of the dedication and conscientious of our staff. With this in mind, we feel that our staff are best placed to refer likeminded professionals to join our Trust. We offer substantive employees a referral bonus of £1000 for every successful staff referral they make. For more information please contact the Recruitment Team.
We also have a relocation assistance programme and we pay for your registration if you are newly qualified member of staff.
Other benefits at Somerset Partnership include:

Excellent annual leave entitlement
NHS Pension Scheme
On site, free car parking in a number of our hospitals/units
Childcare voucher scheme
National NHS discounts
Annual Staff Recognition Awards
Long service awards
Training and development
Flexible working practices and career breaks
Family friendly benefits
Salary sacrifice schemes

On 1 January 2018 Somerset Partnership NHS Trust joins many other parts of the NHS by going Smokefree. This means there will be no smoking anywhere on our hospital and community sites including the grounds and gardens. For further information, please visit the public website.

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