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Registered Mental Health Nurse – RMN

Aug 2, 2022

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Location: Birmingham / Derby/Nottingham/London

Job type: Temporary/Permanent

Hours: Full time, part time (flexible) and relief hours available – Full Time/Part time

Discipline: Registered Nurse JobsReference: BHL-RMN-BIRM-JUL-22

We are currently seeking experienced Registered Mental Nurses to join our team of healthcare professionals. You must have recent experience of working as a Nurse and hold a valid NMC pin number. You will also be required to meet our compliance standards (DBS, References, Occupational Health and Mandatory Training).

This is a fantastic opportunity to care for your clients, tailor this care to their needs and have full support to implement changes you feel would benefit your client and their families.


  • Assessing the care needs of individual patients and then developing, implementing, and evaluating programmes of care for them.
  • Leading a team of nurses in the provision of care to a named group of patients.
  • Taking charge of the ward when required in the absence of the Ward Manager.
  • Ensure that each patient in his/her care receives an individual nursing assessment and is the subject of a regularly updated care plan which, wherever practicable, is formulated in conjunction with the patient.
  • Ensure that information regarding patients’ needs and progress is always communicated promptly and accurately to their relatives and other professionals involved in their care having due regard for confidentiality.
  • Facilitate open and harmonious communications amongst all staff within the ward as well as with other departments with the aim of promoting multi-disciplinary and multi-agency approaches to care.
  • Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of all Trust policies and procedures and apply them, as necessary. Particular attention is drawn to the post holder’s personal responsibility for the maintenance of patient confidentiality and adherence to local Health and Safety policies.
  • Will observe and implement the requirement of the Mental Health Act 1983.
  • Will adhere to the NMC code of Professional Conduct.


Working as a Breeze Healthcare agency nurse you will benefit from:

  • A high volume of regular, flexible shifts to suit your availability
  • Competitive nurse pay rates
  • Support team available 24/7, 365 days a year
  •  Assistance and revalidation guidance
  •  Weekly payroll
  • Access to training and CPD and study days
  • Recommend a Friend bonus scheme
  • Fast Track Registration
  • Fully online and paperless registration service

If you are interested in this opportunity, we would love to hear from you. Please complete our registration form and submit your CV / click apply. If you would like more information about this position, please call us or email us.

You can also text – If you do decide to text, please pop your name on there so we know it’s from you.

Our  purpose is to make finding a new job as smooth and stress-free as possible. We will support you from the application stage, to helping you prepare for the interview, to negotiating offers, onboarding and beyond. We want to make sure you feel informed and supported at all stages. All enquiries and applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.

Apply today and you can start within a week!

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Please read carefully before sending this application. An offer of employment made by this Company is conditional upon:

- You are producing satisfactory documentary evidence e.g. UK Passport or EU National Identity Card.
- The facts given by you on this application being accurate and truthful.
- The Company obtaining satisfactory references and DBS (including satisfactory discharge papers if ex-forces).

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