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Community Psychiatric Nurse

NHS AfC: Band 6

Main area
Primary
Grade
NHS AfC: Band 6
Contract
Permanent
Hours
37.5 hours per week
Job ref
445-2019A-EIN
Site
Dudley CAMHS, The Elms Health Centre, Slade Road, Halesowen, B63 2UR
Town
Halesowen
Salary
£30,401-£37,267 per annum
Closing
Today at 23:59

Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust employs around 1,100 staff based at 28 locations across Dudley and Walsall. This includes three hospitals: Bushey Fields Hospital in Dudley, Dorothy Pattison in Walsall and Bloxwich Hospital for older adults in Bloxwich, Walsall

The Trust provides the following range of mental health services to around 560,000 children, adults and older people across Dudley and Walsall:

  • Community mental health services for children, adults and older people
  • Inpatient services for adults and older people at our three hospitals
  • Primary Care Mental Health services and Psychological Therapies
  • Mental Health Social Care Services
  • Employment, education and training support for people with mental health problems
  • Specialist deaf services for children and young people with mental health issues

The Trust serves a very diverse population. Equality of opportunity is central to everything that we do, both as a service provider and as an employer.


 

 

VACANCY FOR TWO BAND 6 COMMUNITY PSYCHIATRIC NURSE, FULL TIME – 37.5 HOURS

WITHIN THE DUDLEY CHILD & ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE (CAMHS) BASED AT THE ELMS HEALTH CENTRE, SLADE ROAD, HALESOWEN, B63 2UR

We have an exciting opportunity within our Dudley CAMHS Service for two permanent Band 6 Community Psychiatric Nurses.  We are looking for enthusiastic and committed individuals to join our team.  We are an energetic and hardworking team working with children and young people from the age of 0-16.  We are a fully integrated multi-disciplinary team comprising Clinical Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Family Therapists, Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Social Worker, Psychiatrists and Youth Offending Team.  The team also takes a range of students on practice placements.

CAMHS professionals deal with a wide range of mental health problems. Many children and young people are troubled by emotional, behavioural and psychiatric problems.  These can cause worry and distress both to themselves and to those who care for them.  A large part of the CAMHS professionals’ work is to identify the problem, understand the causes and advise about what may help.

Our team has recently achieved Outstanding in the Caring domain from CQC, as a team we are very proud of this. We are seeking an individual who shares our commitment to caring.

The role of the Community Psychiatric Nurse will be to provide assessment and intervention to children and young people. You will need strong clinical decision making skills and be committed to improving the lives of those struggling with mental health. 

As a Community Psychiatric Nurse in CAMHS you will be responsible for the care of a caseload of young people with various emotional and mental health needs. You will also undertake regular assessments of young people who are new to the service, and be responsible for making recommendations about their future care. You will have a ‘can do’ attitude and work collaboratively with colleagues in the team and partner agencies. You will be able to work creatively to meet the needs of young people and their families. You will have a sound understanding of the principles of risk assessment and management. In return, we will provide you with robust supervision, opportunities to  attend peer group meetings, personal development and training opportunities. 

 

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Applicant requirements

You must have appropriate UK professional registration.

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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Further details / informal visits contact

We would welcome an informal discussion or visit.

For further information about this post please contact Anneka McGee or Nick Robinson on 01384 324689