Clinical Nurse Lead - Mansfield - Newstead Ward

  • Job Type: Full Time
  • Profession: Nursing
  • Location: Nottinghamshire
  • Salary: £29,793 to £38,8617 + shift enhancements.

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Clinical Nurse Lead - Mansfield - Newstead Ward

Clinical Nurse Lead

Band 6

Mansfield - Newstead Ward

Salary £29,793 to £38,8617 + shift enhancements.

Working a range of days and nights shared between other Clinical Nurse Leaders

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

Newstead is a specialist low secure service for men with autism.  The unit accepts direct external referrals or patient transitions from medium secure services.

As an assessment and stabilisation environment, Newstead is an integral part of our comprehensive Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) service in Nottinghamshire, which supports patients in managing and understanding their challenging behaviour and is suitable for those in an acute or deteriorating phase of their condition.

Put your leadership skills to the test, managing nursing teams on ward shifts and helping to provide world class mental health services. You’ll also have lots of support to continue your professional development and training and to progress your career.

Why St Andrew’s Healthcare?

We’re a top 20 charity and the UK’s 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

You’ll be the most senior nurse on the ward, maintaining a high profile and visible presence, whilst working alongside a multi-disciplinary team. You’ll 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 you’ll 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.