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.
Mental Health Nursing
Staff Nurses – Mental Health Services
Salary: £43,727 – £49,357 per year
We have a number of opportunities for Staff Nurses, working across our Mental Health inpatient services, to join our multi-disciplinary teams where you will work with patients and their families to support their treatment and recovery.
As a 1st level registered mental health nurse you’ll bring to the role a demonstrable understanding of the needs of the people requiring adult inpatient care. This will include the ability to carry out comprehensive risk assessments, co-produce care plans, and provide effective one-to-one interventions.
Although our preference would be to have 2 years post registration experience, applications will be considered from newly/recently qualified mental health nurses who demonstrate the values we are seeking for our team members.
Our people are so important, so with support from day one, you’ll have everything you need to make the move and start changing the lives of others, and your own. We’ll provide you with a generous relocation package (£8,000), as well as continual training and development opportunities and the freedom to really rediscover why you love what you do, and who you are.
Whilst this advert is primarily to attract staff for our inpatient areas, we have significant investment for new posts in 2020 so informal enquires for other working environments would be welcomed.
For an informal discussion about the roles available please contact Jane Roberts on 01534 443299 or Clare Ryder on 01534 445873.
To apply please send your CV and covering letter by clicking the ‘Apply’ button.
Older Adult Community Mental Health Nurse
Salary: £50,855 – £54,389 per year
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Jersey Older Adults Community Mental Health services. Acting as a Care Co-ordinator, to lead in the provision of highly specialist evidenced based assessment and treatment to clients with a range of complex mental health needs. Working patterns are Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00hrs. With the opportunity to develop clinical skills whilst working in a dynamic, motivated team. If you are a qualified and experienced individual, with a motivated and proactive approach we would welcome you to apply.
For an informal discussion please contact Alison Harvey or Ann-Marie Sweeny on 01534 444830.
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.
To apply please click the ‘Apply’ button.