• Full Time
  • Brent NW10
  • 40,701 - 48,054 £ / Year

Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

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  • £40,701 – £48,054 a year

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  • Full-time


Brent NW10


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  • Childcare
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Free parking
  • On-site parking
  • Transport links

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Due to recent staff promotions Park Royal Mental Health Centre is looking to recruit into our Band 6 Clinical Team Leader roles across our inpatient units, including Shore Ward (Mixed), Pine Ward (Male) and our brand new unit Aspen Ward.

An exciting opportunity has opened up for you to join our accredited wards at Park Royal Mental Health Centre.

At CNWL we are committed to working at the highest standards of clinical excellence and at Park Royal our wards are AIMS accredited (Accreditation for Inpatient Mental Health Services) and this has been recognised and awarded to us by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

  • One of the major benefits of working at Park Royal is that we have FREE PARKING at the site for our staff.*

The post holder will take up the responsibility of being the Unit/Site Coordinator at least four times a month. You will provide unit management support and co-ordinate and facilitate patient flow (bed management) out of hours. In addition, the unit co-ordinator will provide senior nursing support, professional leadership and advice to all clinical areas within the unit, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

We are looking for an individual who has effective communication skills not only when engaging with services users, but also with their carers and any other professional(s) involved with the service users care.

Opportunities to shadow other services across our site including HTT, CMHT, low-secure unit, first-response service and our highly specialised mother & baby unit
Rotation within site there opportunities to move on ward within site and gain other skills within the acute ward or PICU
Development opportunities to help you progress in your career i.e. secondment opportunities, rotations, funded courses
Career mapping with focus on your progression and development within the service
Flexible shift working hours to provide a healthy work-life balance
Free staff parking on site
Excellent staff benefits : our benefit packages are amongst the best in London and include: childcare vouchers, health and wellbeing services, season ticket loans and cycle to work scheme.
Award-winning Staff Networks
Hidden Gem & annual award ceremonies

We have a lively and vibrant working atmosphere, with quick and easy transport links to all CNWL sites. Our size and resources enable us to offer a range of attractive benefits as well as unparalleled support, opportunities, education and development for staff at all levels.

The successful applicant may have contact with patients or service users. As an NHS Trust we strongly encourage and support vaccination as this remains the best way to protect yourself, your family, your colleagues and of course patients and service users when working on our healthcare settings.

Band 6 nurses contribute to the provision of safe and reliable services by:

Using their clinical judgement and risk assessments to keep the people using our services as safe as possible
Safeguarding people by recognising and responding when an adult or child might be at risk from abuse but also recognising their own limits and asking for help and escalate concerns when necessary
Escalating safety concerns and by doing so acting as effective advocates for those who use our services
Being open and transparent about their own practice
Supervising the work of others
Reflecting on everyday practice to identify areas where improvements in safety or quality can be made
Working with others to create a culture of continuous improvement
Maintaining accurate, legible, comprehensive records
Maintaining compliance with their mandatory training requirements

The NMC plays an important role in safeguarding the public by regulating the work of nurses and all nurses, including Band 6 nurses, are expected to register with the NMC each year and adhere to the NMC Code of Conduct.

Clinical Outcomes

Band 6 nurses often work with people who have complex needs and contribute to the effectiveness of services by:

Being confident, autonomous practitioners who take responsibility for the care they give to patients but also take responsibility for overseeing the work of others in the team including less experienced nurses and staff without a professional qualification
Providing skilled, evidence based nursing care which adheres to agreed policies and procedures
Working with patients and families in all stages of the care planning process including assessing risks and needs
Acting as patient advocates in the multi-disciplinary team and overseeing the work of others to ensure that they are also responding to the needs of patients and providing clinically effective care
Working as autonomous practitioners and taking responsibility for the care they give to patients but also work as team members
Contributing to creating and maintaining high performing teams by:
communicating well with all members of the team
understanding their role in the team and how they help the team achieve its’ objectives
reflecting on their own practice regularly and encouraging the whole team to reflect on their practices in handovers and team meetings
encouraging the team to learn from adverse events or respond to data analysis from audits or benchmarking exercises and implement sustainable initiatives which improve clinical outcomes

To apply for this job please visit www.cnwlpeople.co.uk.