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Job summary

We are looking for an enthusiastic, well-motivated Band 6 Mental Health Nurse, looking for a challenge, committed to their professional development and wishes to participate in the delivery of excellent patient focused care in a specialist Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation setting.
Main duties of the job

An experienced Band 6 Mental Health Nurse able to work as a part of a multi-disciplinary team, to meet the needs of a wide variety of patients referred to Mildmay Hospital, ensuring the highest possible standards of practice

Able to communicate complex and highly sensitive information about patients mental and physical health with patients who have impairments to language, comprehension, capacity and reasoning due to their mental and physical health problems The candidate should react proactively in cases of crisis and put in place plans to resolve situations.
About us

Mildmay Mission Hospital is at the forefront of care and development of services in relation to... complex HIV related conditions for patients across the UK and step-down care for Homeless patients across London.

The Care Quality Commission rated us outstanding. Rehabilitation is our passion with a focus on Neuro cognitive impairment. We use a multidisciplinary (MDT) team approach to provide a range of holistic services to our patients and clients

Date posted

04 June 2024
Pay scheme

Agenda for change
Band

Band 6
Salary

£42,471 to £50,364 a year
Contract

Permanent
Working pattern

Full-time
Reference number

B0146-24-0008
Job locations

19 Tabernacle Gardens

London

E2 7DZ

Job description Job responsibilities

Professional / Clinical responsibilities

The post holder must at all times work in accordance with NMCs The Code (2018)
• Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates care for patients with specific needs including mental health needs and makes changes as necessary.
• To conduct psychosocial and risk assessments in accordance with operational policy
• To contribute to the development of individual care plans in consultation with patients, families/carers, the MDT and community teams and other appropriate service providers.
• To plan and arrange any subsequent mental health care
• Demonstrates specialist skills and advanced clinical knowledge in HIV and Mental Health.
• Identifies deteriorating patients and takes the appropriate action to manage the situation, liaising with Multi-disciplinary team as appropriate.
• Be able to communicate complex and highly sensitive information about patients mental and physical health with patients who have impairments to language, comprehension, capacity and reasoning due to their mental and physical health problems.
• Reacts proactively in cases of crisis and puts in place plans to resolve situations with supervision, support and guidance as appropriate
• Ensures documentation is always accurate and up to date.
• Demonstrates an enquiring approach to patient care.
• Educates patients and relatives about how to adopt healthy lifestyles, and look after their own health and wellbeing.
• Identifies and helps patients, relatives and staff to reduce any risks associated with health and wellbeing, including complex risks i.e. sexual health, mental health, drugs and alcohol use etc.
• Ensures patients views are taken into account in the decision making process.
• Participates in collaborative decision making within the nursing team
• Improves clinical practice of self and others through reflection.
• Participates in research, audit and quality initiatives, e.g. Essence of Care
• Demonstrates knowledge and skills related to evidence based practice
• Monitors the quality of work on own area and alerts others to quality issues
• The post holder must at all times carry out duties and responsibilities with regard to Mildmay's Equal Opportunity policy.
• Identifies and takes action when own or others behaviour undermines equality and diversity.
• Takes account of own behaviour and its effect on others
• Supports the Matron in all aspects of ward/unit management.
• Always acts as a role model to others in the team
• Support Band 5 nurses in the key working roles & use of all relevant outcome measuring tools
• Manages the organisation of the clinical activities on a day to day basis and oversees the nursing teams patient load.
• To participate in clinical supervision both on individual basis and team/peer supervision.
• Train, induct, guide & supervise trained nurses & Healthcare Support Workers in the implementation of NHIVNA & Care Assistants competencies respectively
• To participate in managerial supervision and annual appraisal
• Supports all members of the nursing staff.

Job description Job responsibilities

Professional / Clinical responsibilities

The post holder must at all times work in accordance with NMCs The Code (2018)
• Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates care for patients with specific needs including mental health needs and makes changes as necessary.
• To conduct psychosocial and risk assessments in accordance with operational policy
• To contribute to the development of individual care plans in consultation with patients, families/carers, the MDT and community teams and other appropriate service providers.
• To plan and arrange any subsequent mental health care
• Demonstrates specialist skills and advanced clinical knowledge in HIV and Mental Health.
• Identifies deteriorating patients and takes the appropriate action to manage the situation, liaising with Multi-disciplinary team as appropriate.
• Be able to communicate complex and highly sensitive information about patients mental and physical health with patients who have impairments to language, comprehension, capacity and reasoning due to their mental and physical health problems.
• Reacts proactively in cases of crisis and puts in place plans to resolve situations with supervision, support and guidance as appropriate
• Ensures documentation is always accurate and up to date.
• Demonstrates an enquiring approach to patient care.
• Educates patients and relatives about how to adopt healthy lifestyles, and look after their own health and wellbeing.
• Identifies and helps patients, relatives and staff to reduce any risks associated with health and wellbeing, including complex risks i.e. sexual health, mental health, drugs and alcohol use etc.
• Ensures patients views are taken into account in the decision making process.
• Participates in collaborative decision making within the nursing team
• Improves clinical practice of self and others through reflection.
• Participates in research, audit and quality initiatives, e.g. Essence of Care
• Demonstrates knowledge and skills related to evidence based practice
• Monitors the quality of work on own area and alerts others to quality issues
• The post holder must at all times carry out duties and responsibilities with regard to Mildmay's Equal Opportunity policy.
• Identifies and takes action when own or others behaviour undermines equality and diversity.
• Takes account of own behaviour and its effect on others
• Supports the Matron in all aspects of ward/unit management.
• Always acts as a role model to others in the team
• Support Band 5 nurses in the key working roles & use of all relevant outcome measuring tools
• Manages the organisation of the clinical activities on a day to day basis and oversees the nursing teams patient load.
• To participate in clinical supervision both on individual basis and team/peer supervision.
• Train, induct, guide & supervise trained nurses & Healthcare Support Workers in the implementation of NHIVNA & Care Assistants competencies respectively
• To participate in managerial supervision and annual appraisal
• Supports all members of the nursing staff.

Person Specification Qualifications Essential
• RMN preferably at degree level or working towards a achieving one.
Person Specification Qualifications Essential
• RMN preferably at degree level or working towards a achieving one.
Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).
Additional information UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).
Employer details Employer name

Mildmay Mission Hospital
Address

19 Tabernacle Gardens

London

E2 7DZ

Employer's website

https://mildmay.org (Opens in a new tab)
Employer details Employer name

Mildmay Mission Hospital
Address

19 Tabernacle Gardens

London

E2 7DZ

Employer's website

https://mildmay.org (Opens in a new tab
London United Kingdom

salary-criteria

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