Registered Nurse Unit Manager - Brain Injury

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Closing date
11 Feb 2022

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Contract Type
Full Time
Unit Manager - Brain Injury Rehabilitation

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Mental Health Nurse ( RMN ) or Learning Disability Nurse ( RNLD ) or Registered Adult Nurse ( RGN ) for a Unit Manager role available. Located in Newport, this is a Specialist Hospital for adults with Neuro- Psychiatric Conditions and Acquired Brain Injuries and Degenerative Neuro Conditions. Service users are cared for in one of the single gendered Units depending on their unique needs. The salary on offer is up to £23.58 hour ( £46,000 p/a) and is negotiable. This is a Monday to Friday role

Service Type: Specialist Rehabilitation Services for both men and women with neurological disorders and acquired brain injuries
Salary: £42,000 - £46,000 per annum - negotiable depending on your experience
Hours: Full Time
Shifts: Monday - Friday 9-5 with oncall requirements
Further Details

The service Located in Newport, offers up to 39 beds across single-gender units. Providing care, treatment and rehabilitation for males and females age 18- 65 offering specialist treatment and nursing care that focuses on delivering positive outcomes for our patients and their families The hospital has its own hair and beauty salon, and a team of trained drivers regularly take patients out for community trips. A local farm also brings in a variety of animals once a month, which always proves popular with residents..

You will form part of the hospital's leadership team and will join a team motivated by providing the highest level of treatment, care and service provision. You will be responsible for ensuring your team possess the skills, knowledge and motivation to meet the high level of care expected. You will report to the Hospital Director and be responsible for the smooth administration of the ward.

Knowledge of working with patients with complex needs who may have received a diagnosis of personality disorder is vital, as is an interest in the psychological treatments and approaches that are required for this client group. You will also have good knowledge of working across the spectrum of mental health conditions and at interview you will be expected to share how you would use this clinical knowledge and experience to guide and inform your team's practice. There will be a short presentation required: How to lead an inpatient team to support people with complex trauma,

Employee Benefits:

The full list of benefits includes -

Holiday allowance of 33 days per annum paid inclusive of bank holidays, with additional holidays for long service

Life Insurance paid for death in service, three times salary equivalent

Auto-enrolment into the pension scheme

Full training provided in line with the All Wales Induction framework


Free uniform

Career development opportunities - 50% staff currently enrolled on professional & management courses

Supportive and collaborative team environment

Part-time work available (2 shifts per week) plus flexible working

For more information or to apply for the role please call Amy Parker on (phone number removed) or email a copy of your CV to (url removed)

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