Whether you join our Adult or Older Adult Mental Health Service, you’ll provide vital care for a diverse population. Demonstrably committed to co-producing person centred care and devoted to following best practice guidelines, you’ll discover space and time to build a better work-life balance here in Jersey.
Ward Manager - Beech Ward
Salary: £58,127 – £61,774 GBP per year
Closing date: 31st Jan 2021
An exciting opportunity has arisen within Older Adult Mental Health Dementia Assessment Ward for a motivated and enthusiastic Ward Manager to lead our team. This is a Grade 6 (UK Grade 7 equivalent) full time position. We provide care for vulnerable older adults living with dementia requiring urgent assessment for patients who maybe in crisis and/or review for their condition to optimise their health. The role is central to both managerial/ & clinical leadership requiring an ability to lead confidently with a patient centred approach to care delivery. The suitable applicant will bring evidence based practice within the Older Adult Mental Health Assessment area, acting as a role model, to develop your team and their practice. You will demonstrate the ability to apply management skills both through budgetary management, rostering, clinical audit, HR processes.
The post holder must be a 1st level Registered Mental Health Nurse with 4 years post qualifying experience, including 2 years recent experience in the specialist area. The post holder must have a Diploma / 1st degree equivalent or to be working towards 120 credits at level 6. Electronic record keeping is used across the service and the post holder will need to evidence a good standard of IT skills. Jersey can offer great opportunities for a better work-life balance than ever before.
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In making an application for this role, you should note that the Government of Jersey is in the process of restructuring to modernise how we deliver public services. As we work to ensure we have the right structure for the future, we will also be reviewing our (HR) people policies and total reward structures (pay and other terms and conditions) to provide parity across all pay groups.