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
Enfield is ideally situated close to transport infrastructure which provides easy access to markets in London, the UK and Europe. Enfield's proximity to the M25 provides road access to every major city and business centre in the UK. There are five international airports, serving every major world destination, all within one hour by car. The borough is home to over 12,300 businesses providing almost 132,000 jobs.
Enfield is home to 20 industrial estates which provide jobs within some of the UK's flagship food manufacturers including Coca-cola Enterprises, Arla Foods, Greggs and Warburtons. Other key sectors providing employment in the area include Health and Social Work, Administration and Support Services and Education.
With over 6,000 acres of green space, including parks, golf courses and farms, Enfield is a unique London location. It has a rural feel, yet still offers all the advantages of a borough in the capital.
Customer Returns Team Leader
£20800 Per Annum
We are recruiting candidates that have solid experience with warehouse stock. The successful candidate ensures all stock is received, stored and delivered on time and deal with any issues efficiently and effectively. Job title: Customer Returns Team Leader Location: Enfield Rate of pay: £20,800 per annum The role of a Customer Returns Team Leader: Preparing daily orders and ensuring orders are picked and packed accurately and presentable Lead by example, demonstrating best practice at all times Ensure all operatives are productive and working within the processes and procedures Able to manage time and resources effectively Managing staff KPIs and attendance Forward planning especially during peaks and downtime Organising and processing inbound and outbound stock including new deliveries Stock control checks and maintain inventory accuracy levels Conducting quality control checks Ensuring a clean, tidy and safe work environment Report any incident or accidents to your Manager in accordance with Company policy. Ensure the DC, as well as yourself, are adhering to all Health & Safety, Quality, Security and Environmental compliance standards The requirements of a Customer Returns Team Leader: Warehouse experience within a FMCG environment Excellent attention to detail Excellent communication skills, written and verbal Excellent leadership skills and motivating the team Excellent customer service skills, demonstrating a professional manner at all times Demonstrate the ability and willingness to work flexible hours as determined by the needs of the business Able to use own initiative and demonstrate a common sense approach to duties Problem solving, be efficient in investigating and providing accurate information Continuously looking for improvements (ideally Lean 5s) Computer Literate, intermediate level of Excel Ability to work well under pressure Flexible approach to changing circumstances with willingness to take on new tasks and work overtime to meet delivery deadlines Good understanding of all H&S issues relevant to a Warehouse environment Pay rates: £20,800.00 per year (£10 per hour) This role is 40hrs over 5 out of 7 days per week with flexible hours within the operational needs. If you're interested in this role please apply online now or alternatively please send your updated CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and call Franco on 01992 641987 for more information!
IT Systems & Support Engineer.
£30000 - 30000 Per Annum
Swanstaff Recruitment is an award winning agency working on behalf of its prestigious client in IT solutions service sector whois currently looking for an experienced IT Systems & Support Engineer. The role is full time, permanent and offering an excellent salary package. The Role: The Information Technology (IT) Department provides support for all the IT systems, services and telecommunications including fixed and mobile to all the sites worldwide. The IT Systems and Support Engineer will be responsible for the IT infrastructure and ensuring tickets & tasks on the IT helpdesk are completed for swift resolution of faults. Key Responsibilities and Duties: To be responsible for the day-to-day delivery of first-line and second-line support to the organization and act as the first point of contact on the IT Service Desk. To provide IT support & preventative maintenance for all the office sites worldwide. To update Service Desk calls with progress notes, detailing progress on the task for both the end user and other team members. Communicate with all relevant parties affected by any task in a timely, professional manner. Ensure that IT issues & faults reported to the IT team are resolved in the shortest possible time, meeting the department's service level targets, and minimizing the disruption to systems critical to the business operations. Ensuring the smooth running of all (IT) Information technology systems and Communications Technology (ICT) systems. Ensure the IT data centres' comprising of primary and disaster recovery systems are running efficiently. And perform regular health checks & assessment to check hardware status and labelling of equipment & cables are up to date. Ensure IT assets are always kept up to date using tools and spread sheets. Resolve complex hardware / software problems including printing issues or email provisions. Administration and support for Office 365, Exchange online. Administration and support for both mission critical Azure and AWS hosted cloud-based systems. Perform Installations, configurations, setting up of servers, workstations and mobile devices. To take a pro-active approach in this job role, through monitoring the performance of systems and making regular routine inspections of installed equipment and taking corrective avoidance actions to prevent wider problems. Prioritise support and maintenance tasks in order to meet service level expectations. What Experience, Skills and Attributes you will need to be successful? Hands on strong technical experience. Strong Windows Server, Active Directory, Exchange, Office 365, Exchange online skills. Excellent Networking skills (DNS,DHCP,TCP/IP, Firewalls, switch management) Working knowledge of Cloud computing environments. Working knowledge of voice platforms (e.g. VoIP, PBX, Skype for Business, Contact centres) Energetic, goal oriented, detail conscious and be very methodical in her / his approach to projects. Able to present a confident professional presence to customers. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. IT Certification e.g. ITIL, MCSE, MCSA, VCP, etc. Microsoft operating system qualification(s) MCP, with a good working knowledge of server & desktop operating systems, CompTIA A-plus / Network-plus or equivalent qualifications covering computer servicing / maintenance and trouble-shooting. Experience working in ITIL Service Desk / environment. Credible knowledge/experience in Microsoft Windows 10 and Office 365, Exchange Online administration. Credible knowledge of networking TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, VPN and Cisco Meraki Firewall, Switches and Wireless Access Points. Credible knowledge/experience of supporting Active Directory, Group policies. Field Service technical support experience in complex and diverse IT environments. Working knowledge of data storage systems, data backup and restoration methods, email filtering and anti-virus / security products. Good working knowledge of telecommunication including fixed and mobile. Working knowledge and experience in supporting virtual infrastructure and systems namely Hyper-V or VMware. Working knowledge and experience in supporting storage systems namely EMC SAN, Data domain backup systems. Working knowledge of backup solution/systems. Experience in supporting Android and iOS mobile devices. Full & clean driving license. Person specification: A strong desire and focus on continued improvements and personal development A desire to be part of an overall team and achieve team goals To continually strive to improve overall firm effectiveness Proven ability to work under pressure and with other people Work with a sense of urgency Attention to detail 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.