We’re a large NHS Mental Health Trust in South East England. We’re looking for people to help us provide high quality services for the patients, carers and local communities we serve.
We want patients and staff to recommend our organisation as a place where they would be happy for their friends and family to be treated. You can help us do this by bringing your skills, experience and commitment to Sussex Partnership.
Band 5 RMN required to work 30hours per week (0.8 WTE)
Are you an enthusiastic, looking for a challenge? Do you have excellent communication skills and a positive attitude? Do you have a commitment to providing excellent care to children and young people who are experiencing a wide range of mental health and emotional problems?
We are looking for an experienced or newly qualified RMN to be a part of our team.
The CQC recently rated us as ‘Good’ in 4 of the five domains and ‘Outstanding’ for caring. Working in a CAMHS service requires a flexible approach and offers experiences like no other.
Our child and adolescent Tier 4 mental health services based at Chalkhill (aged 12-18 years) are looking to recruit enthusiastic, skilled and caring people. Previous experience of working with young people or in a mental health setting is desirable and an interest in promoting positive mental health and valuing young people’s wellbeing is vital. You should be motivated to undertake training opportunities available to you to develop your skills in this specialist area.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to have intensive training in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), and be part of an exciting initiative to add DBT skills to our therapeutic work with young people and their families/carers here at Chalkhill For further information please contact:
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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Further details / informal visits contact
Paul Mazza or Vicki Barwood (Ward Managers)