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Cygnet Healthcare - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands, UK

We are looking for a Registered Mental Health / RMN with a passion for delivering the best quality of care. Mental Health Nurse Work careers... £16.70 per hour

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Service Care Solutions - Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, West Midlands, UK

Are You Interested in shift work within private mental health services? Mental Health Nurse careers... £18 - £22 per hour + uplifts for weekends and nights

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Service Care Solutions - Hull, HU3 2RT, United Kingdom

We are currently recruiting for experienced Registered Mental Health Nurses. The positions are band 5 and based in various NHS settings, including PICU, acute mental health wards and dementia units on... nurse health jobs... £18.00 - £30.00/Hour

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Service Care Solutions - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands, UK

I am looking for Registered Mental Health Nurses in Nottingham.. registered mental health nurse jobs... £18 - £22 per hour + uplifts for weekends and nights

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Registered Mental Health Nurse  

Service Care Solutions - Birmingham, West Midlands, West Midlands, UK

This is the perfect job role either as your full time employment, or flexible part time/full time work that can centre around you. mental health nurse Hull... £18 - £22 per hour + uplifts for weekends and nights

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Registered Mental Health Nurse  

Service Care Solutions - Birmingham, B15 2SY, United Kingdom (+1 location)

The positions involve working within various adult mental health inpatient services on a shift by shift basis, although some blocks of shifts may be booked in advance. You will be required to assess, develop... mental health nursing... £18.00 - £22.00/Hour

from: jobmedic.co.uk (+3 sources) - 4 days ago

Registered Mental Health Nurse  

Greys Specialist Recruitment - South West London, London, South East, UK

Would you like to work in an environment that gives you work life balance and without working weekends and shifts? An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Registered Mental Nurse to work with largest... mental health nursing degree... From £30,000 to £45,000 per annum

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from: totaljobs.com (+1 source) - 3 days ago

Registered Mental Health Nurse  

Service Care Solutions - Hull, North Humberside, North East, UK

The positions are band 5 and based in various NHS settings, including PICU, acute mental health wards and dementia units on a flexible basis in Hull. registered psychiatric nurse... £18 - £30 per hour + uplifts and weekends

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Registered Mental Health Nurse  

Service Care Solutions - Nottingham, NG6 9DR, United Kingdom

It is essential that the successful candidate will have a Mental Health Nursing qualification, at least 6 months of post qualification experience and must currently have a current pin and registration... health nurse... £18.00 - £22.00/Hour

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Shaw Healthcare - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK (+2 locations)

Registered Mental Health Nurse nurse mental health... £14.44 - £15.88

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Mental health nurses specialise in helping people cope with and recover from mental illnesses. These nurses frequently work in teams with other health professionals, such as social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists and occupational therapists
Most mental health nurses work for the National Health Service (NHS), but travel to their patients’ homes. Such nurses may also work in prison units, community mental health centres, nursing homes, hospitals or private clinics. Supervising medication, calmly responding to distressed patients, maintaining and preparing patient records, and organising therapy sessions are all important parts of this rapidly growing profession
Some of these nurses also work for private health-care providers, the Armed Forces, charities dedicated to mental health, and telephone help lines. NHS nursing pay scales begin at between £21,176 and £27,534 per annum for newly qualified nurses, and peak between £38,851 and £67,134 for nurse consultants. Nurses who work in secure units qualify for bonuses, while those in the London area earn between £933 and £6,217 in extra allowances each year.

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  • oficial training Cynthia

    After 20 years working as mental support worker I’d like to get some professional training. I lost my job a couple of months ago and I hear that with the amount of qualified people available nowadays I may find it difficult to get work again.

    • Marian:

      But surely your experience should be a good introductory letter, at least this is what I’d expect if it was me.

      • Cynthia:

        So do I, I hope that my experience counts and it doesn’t all come down to a piece of paper. All the same, I would like to play it safe and get some formal training.. for the sake of being able to produce it at interviews.

        • Carl:

          As far as I know, if you have experience you can apply for a secondment and take a part-time degree.

          • Cynthia:

            Yes, I have to investigate what options I have.

    • Carl:

      I’d also investigate what options there are to get state funding for course fees and also for living expenses.

      • Cynthia:

        Will do, thanks. I’d say if there’s anything I’ll be able to find it in the nhs page.

        • Carl:

          for sure

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