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Night Coordinator/Senior Floating Nurse

A fantastic new job opportunity has arisen for dedicated Night Coordinator/Senior Floating Nurse to work in an exceptional mental health service based in the Hook, Hampshire area.

You will be working for one of UK's leading healthcare providers



This service aims to support patients in a range of community-based activities as part of a full treatment programme and to prepare them in moving through their discharge pathway towards a community- based placement





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*To be considered for this position you must be qualified as an RMN or RNLD with a valid NMC Pin

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As a Nurse your key duties include:



  • Monitor staff in direct patient care programmes and activities

  • Embrace those managerial duties that require them to respond to night emergency situations, and the deployment of staff.

    To be the administrator of incidents/accidents that needs to be referred to a higher body

  • Liaise closely with the appropriate Ward Managers responsible for the 24 hour continuing responsibility of a ward

  • To develop the clinical role of the night nurse practitioner, using reflective practice skills

  • Assist the Ward Managers in the evaluation of care offered by nursing staff on nights

  • Ensures that all nursing staff act at all times in accordance with the NMC Codes

  • Liaise with on call nurse in order to maintain safe staffing levels throughout the hospital at night.

    This may include last minute staff deployment



The following skills and experience would be preferred and beneficial for the role:



  • A positive attitude and commitment to change, improvement and quality

  • Excellent verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills

  • Knowledge of NMC standards guidelines and professional practices

  • Knowledge of the Mental Health Act and Code of Practice

  • Management Training/previous responsibility desirable



The successful Nurse will receive an excellent salary of £43,571 - £48,020 per annum DOE.

This exciting position is a Full Time role working 37.5 hours a week.

In return for your hard work and commitment you will receive the following generous benefits:



  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (at commencement of employment)

  • A Group Personal Pension Plan (GPPP)

  • Private Medical Insurance Scheme

  • Life Assurance

  • Free meals while on duty

  • Carefirst - Employee Assistance Services

  • Continuous learning and development

  • Childcare vouchers

  • Career development

  • Personal health insurance

  • An employee assistance programme

  • Voluntary Benefits



Reference ID: 5865


To apply for this fantastic job role, please call on 0121 638 0567 or send your CV