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Dual Diagnosis Nurse vacancy

Job details

Job number:
HC10872
Job location:
HMP YOI New Hall
Wakefield
West Yorkshire
WF4 4XX
Job contract type:
Permanent
Job closing date:
Tuesday, May 28, 2019 - 23:59

I treat more than just symptoms

If you looking for a challenging and rewarding nursing role and want to develop your clinical skills in an environment where no two days are the same then this could be the new job for you!

We offer a salary of up to £30,600 per annum depending on experience, plus other benefits including 25 days annual leave plus 8 public bank holiday days, as well as access to bank hours, CPD and re-validation.

What will you be doing?

As a Dual Diagnosis Nurse, you will develop and maintain integrated working practices and care pathways for the client group that meet the complex and changing needs of people with co-existing issues.

You will provide positive and inspirational leadership to HMP YOI New Hall nursing teams in terms of substance misuse, IDTS practice and delivery. Promoting an agenda of recovery from the dependence on drugs and/or alcohol within the client group and which supports the goals of reducing re-offending, increasing re-integration into meaningful and sustained occupation and improving social and family relationships.

What will you need to do this job?

An RGN/RMN with valid NMC Pin and evidence of CPD, you will have experience of working within the field of Substance Misuse/Dual Diagnosis. With experience in key working and care planning and of working within a multi-disciplinary team.

Ideally, you will also have ENB 998 (or equivalent), post registration certificate in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, ALS provider, BBV training and RCGP certificate in management of drug misuse.

Further Information

This is a full time vacancy, working 37.5 hours per week but we would consider part time applications.

Please note that offers of employment are subject to Care UK Terms & Conditions and receipt of satisfactory references, enhanced DBS check and prison vetting.