Fantastic opportunity to work at an 'Outstanding' mental health and disability NHS Trust
If you are caring and compassionate with a drive to improve the lives of the people we serve then we want to hear from you.
You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, be motivated to engage and adapt to fast-changing patient presentations. You will be able to demonstrate skills in promoting good relationships and effective communication with children and young people, their relatives and carers, all members of the team, as well as multi-agency colleagues.
We will provide you with a comprehensive induction period and have access to ongoing clinical supervision and appraisal with development review that will provide you with support and the specialist skills required to meet the complete needs of the children and young people in your care.
You will be supported to undertake further training and development. There is opportunities to work towards a Level 3 Senior Healthcare Support Worker Diploma. Further training can also lead to B4 Associate Practitioner Posts as well opportunities to pursue financially supported Apprenticeships to achieve your Nursing Registration.
We have a range of full, part time and flexible opportunities across the footprint of CNTW. This includes:
- North Tyneside
- South Tyneside
Main duties of the job
The posts require a caring, responsive and nurturing workers with good communication skills. As a Nursing Assistant you will work as part of the multi-disciplinary team and will be part of the ongoing assessment of care needs for patients.
Posts are available within inpatient and community settings across all age groups and specialities.
The post involves supporting the individual their families and carers to ensure their emotional mental and physical wellbeing needs are met.
Whilst having knowledge and experience of mental health care and learning disability services is desirable, having the right values and attitudes and the desire to work in a challenging but rewarding environment is essential.
Predominantly the posts sit within our inpatient settings, you would be required to do shift work spanning 7 days a weeks, rotating throughout the 24-hour period.
If any of these opportunities interest you then we would really like to hear from you. Informal discussions are most welcome, please get in touch!
About us We aim to attract and retain a diverse, talented and committed workforce, who are caring and compassionate, and therefore able to meet the demands of the modern NHS now and in the future. In return we can offer a dynamic working environment in which to build a career.
Please note - this vacancy will close once an appropriate number of applications have been received.