The role of a Mental Health Nurse
Mental health nurses provide support and nursing care to people with a range of mental health issues, you are responsible for planning their care and rehabilitation. You will work with a wider team of healthcare professionals including Doctors, Psychiatrists and Therapists to ensure a personal care plan is in place for your patients. You may work in a range of settings including hospitals, prisons, specialist units, day care centres or people's homes.
The duties of a Mental Health Nurse
- building relationships with, reassuring, listening and talking to patients
- care requirement assessments and planning
- combating stigma and helping patients and their families deal with it
- administering medication
- reviewing care plans and monitoring progress
- giving advice and arranging support for patients, relatives and carers
- liaising with doctors, social workers and other professionals
- writing and updating patient records
- encouraging patients to take part in therapeutic activities such as art and role play
Skills and experience required to be a Mental Health Nurse
- Good health and fitness
- The ability to empathise with people
- Good understanding of the theories of mental health and illness
- Excellent teamwork skills
- Verbal and written communication skills
Clacton on Sea
Clacton on Sea is a seaside resort on the Tendring peninsula, Essex. The area has a population of over 50,000 people.
Highlights of this popular tourist destination include the Pier which offers amusements, undercover fairground and side stalls as well as a Seaquarium and the Jaywick Martello Tower, a former Napoleonic fort.
If shopping is your thing then Clacton is also a great destination. The Clacton Factory Outlet is a shopping mecca, with a broad array of stores, where you can get up to 60% off High Street prices!
Interim Operations Manager
£30000 - 35000 Per Annum
Swanstaff Recruitment is an award winning agency working on behalf of its prestigious client inasset managementsolutions service sector whois currently looking for an experienced Account Manager. The role is full time, permanent and offering an excellent salary package. The Role: PFI Project Agreement Support the General Manager to ensure the delivery of, and compliance with, all obligations of the Project Agreement, Project Finance documents and associated contract documents on behalf of the Project Company Maintain an understanding of the Project Agreement, Schedules to the Agreement and associated Service Provider sub-contracts Management Support Support the General Manager(s) as required in the delivery of HCP's obligations under the Management Services Agreements. Provide line management support to the HCP team and 3rd party Contractors to the Project Company Assist the General Manager(s) in all elements of Insurance and Legal claims made against the Projects, ensuring Service Providers and the Authorities adhere to the appropriate claims procedure Act as representative on multidisciplinary groups and committees. Manage all office records and filing systems, both electronic and paper-based Service Performance Management Promote effective liaison with the Authority/Trust service users. Assist the General Manager in the correct application of contractor and sub-contractor performance monitoring regimes EXPERIENCE Essential Managing operational issues within a complex environment. Evidence of being able to take responsibility for identifying and addressing operational performance issues. Desirable Working within a PFI environment. Experience of working within complex and interrelated contractual arrangements. Managing hard and soft FM service providers' performance. Insurance claim management. Knowledge of quality, environmental and health and safety standards and industry specifications across a multi-environment basis to include education and health facilities where appropriate. SKILLS Essential A high degree of interpersonal skills utilising these to build trust and confidence Problem solving in complex environments Engaging management style in providing advice and guidance to colleagues and other parties on FM issues with an ability to communicate complex issues in an easily understandable and persuasive manner Excellent written and presentational skills, including being computer literate with the Microsoft Office suite of programmes Person specification: Professional in approach, outward looking and confident Promotes effective team work, shares information widely Effective communication, presentation and interpersonal skills Ability to work to deadlines and prioritise accordingly Self-confident and resilient Successful applicants will receive benefits package, including generous pension scheme, free car park and rewarding working environment. Apply now or call Tom Kurczab in our Dartford branch! Looking for a tool to help you with your job search? Download the Swanstaff APP now for all our latest vacancies, career advice and more! EMPOWERING PEOPLE WITH OPPORTUNITIES Swanstaff Recruitment is an equal employment company.