Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust provides child and adult mental health services, alcohol treatment, learning disability, wellbeing and eating disorder services across Norfolk and Suffolk.
We are committed to delivering quality driven mental health services. Every individual makes a valuable contribution. We are proud of our staff who have been commended for the care they provide. Do you value working positively, respectfully and together? If so, we’d love you to join us!
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JOB DESCRIPTION/PERSON SPECIFICATION Please read the job description/person specification carefully and ensure your application reflects the knowledge, skills and experience needed. YOUR APPLICATION It is important that you complete a formal application form as CV’s alone will not be accepted.
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The Norwich Adult Community Mental Health Teams (Norwich City CCG) are currently looking for Mental Health Nurses to deliver high quality mental health treatment in collaboration with our service users and carers. You will be responsible for developing care plans that promote recovery; social inclusion; occupational support and independence.
As a Mental Health Nurse you would be the responsible case-holder for several community service users, using a CPA approach, with oversight from a supportive multi-disciplinary team.
This role will be operated from the Julian Hospital base in Norwich, and you will need to have the ability to travel independently.
Our services use a recovery focused approach to working with people who use our services. Recovery in mental health is about building a meaningful and satisfying life whether or not there are symptoms or mental health difficulties. A recovery approach focuses on an individual’s strength, skills and personal goals. This is different from traditional “treat and cure” mental health services in which recovery usually means being symptom free. Although there are many people who will be able be able to recover fully from a mental health problem , there are others who will have on-going symptoms and periods of relapse. Recovery oriented services recognise that every individual is different and recovery means different things to different people.
Tell us about what you’ll be able to bring to our service to enhance the lives of our service users on the application form and help us to make a difference.
For more information about the role click the job description, then click APPLY to start your candidate experience today!
*Interviews for this post are scheduled to be held on 2nd March 2018 (subject to change)*
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIESApart from its legal duties in relation to equality and diversity, the Trust recognises and actively promotes the benefits of a diverse workforce and is committed to treating all employees with dignity and respect regardless of race, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief. Additionally, people with disabilities that fall under the Two Ticks - Guaranteed Interview Scheme will be offered an interview providing they meet the minimum criteria for the post (outlined in the Person Specification). DISCLOSURE AND BARRING SERVICE CHECK (formerly CRB) FOR POSTS WITH DIRECT SERVICE USER CONTACT - Please be advised that due to recent changes in the DBS Service, organisations no longer receive copies of DBS Disclosures – these are sent directly to candidates only. Therefore, it will be your responsibility, if successful, to ensure that this is taken to the appointing officer as soon as you receive it. Alternatively, if you have subscribed to the update service, we will be able to check your status once we have your authority to do so.
The Trust has now introduced a DBS Update Service which is a contractual requirement. You need to subscribe when you have applied for your DBS clearance and there is a time limit to subscribe of 19 days after receipt of your DBS disclosure. Please ensure that this is completed within the set time scale.
This update service is an annual subscription at a cost of £13 to you. This will enable the Trust to have instant online access to your DBS record, with your consent, and so will remove the need for you to have to apply for this repeat check again.
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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If you require more information on this post please contact Dan Shimmin, Acting Deputy Service Manager on 0300 1234 178.
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