B5 Registered Nurse – Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
Job Title: Band 5 Registered Nurse
Department: Neuro-Behavioural and Huntington Disease Service
Salary range: £29,245 - £37,993 (dependent on experience)
Incremental reviews take place on an annual basis
Responsible to: Ward Manager
Hours of work: 150 hours over a 4 week period (approximately 37.5 hours per week). A long shift is 12 hours. You also have the opportunity for enhanced payments for additional hours worked, and to join our ‘Flexible Workforce’ (Putney Bank).
Location: Putney, Southwest London
Please note, to be eligible to apply for this role, you must have received both Covid-19 vaccinations, unless medically exempt, and have the Right to Work in the UK.
Summary of position and the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
We are seeking Registered Nurses to join our Neuro-Behavioural and Huntington Disease Service at the RHN. Your key responsibility is to deliver a high standard of professional clinical care to patients and residents of the hospital.
The Neuro-behavioural service is a specialist inpatient ward for adults with challenging behaviour resulting from a brain injury. The service use the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) approach which focuses on using the positive techniques to promote adaptive behaviours. The specialist Huntington Disease service provides excellent care and support for patients who have high complex needs and their families. It encourages independence and maximises patient’s quality of life. You will be responsible for the assessment of patients care needs and for the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care.
Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability (RHN) is one of the oldest independent hospitals and medical charities in the UK. We provide person-centred care that focuses on enhancing dignity, independence and quality of life for our patients and residents. Our services span the entire care pathway from post-acute rehabilitation services to end of life care, for people with complex Neuro-disability and their families, underpinned by a strong research and education programme. We are very pleased to have been given an overall rating of ‘Good’ by our regulator, the CQC, in 2021.
Main Objectives of the role
Experience and Qualifications Required:
Interested in applying and hearing from us?
Apply now and please contact us if you would like to arrange a tour of RHN to meet our Matrons, Ward Managers and see for yourself our fantastic Neuro-Behavioural services and wards. Just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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