Location:  At the Colonnades, Beaconsfield Road, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL10 8YE 

 

Calling all Registered Nurses, join us on our journey from ‘Good’ to  ‘Great ’ !!

Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Trust, rated as ‘Good’ by CQC.

We are looking for outstanding professionals with varying levels of experience and training to join our committed teams in Community and Inpatient settings across Hertfordshire and Essex.

We are recruiting for the following  services

  • Adult Inpatient
  • Community Adult Mental Health Services
  • Crisis Assessment Treatment Team
  • Associated Practitioners.

 

You will be part of a team of specialists who work creatively, collaboratively and compassionately to deliver the very best standards of care helping us to achieve our aim of becoming the leading provider of Mental Health and Specialist Learning Disability Services in the country.

As a University Trust, we have close links to the University of Hertfordshire, providing excellent learning and development opportunities for staff, as well as strengthening clinical research. In addition, HPFT is committed to helping staff to balance work and home life and welcomes applications from candidates wishing to work part-time or under flexible working arrangements.

We have received top scores for staff motivation and engagement in our last staff survey.

If you would like to be part of our exciting journey  and be interviewed on the day ,   please submit an application indicating the area/s you are interested in  or you are welcome to drop in on the day we’ll be pleased to see you.

Please apply if you wish to be interviewed on the day: 23rd September 2017

If you cannot find what you are looking for please email: Hrrecruitment@hpft.nhs.uk

Community Mental Health Nurse Band 5 and 6 / Community Psychiatric Nurse Band 6

Across Hertfordshire 

The band 5 will be required to take responsibility for the assessment of care needs, the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care and the setting of standards of care and management for a defined caseload of people with complex mental health and or social care needs.

The Community Mental Health Nurse will be an active member of the multi disciplinary team and will work in collaboratively with internal and external partners and agents.

To carry out supervision, development and teaching of junior staff and/or students as delegated including mentorship and preceptorship roles.

The band 6 will be responsible for the clinical and operational day to day service delivery ensuring that an individualised comprehensive assessment and Care Management service is effectively delivered.

Responsibilities will also include the clinical and operational supervision of junior nursing staff and students as delegated by the team manager.

To be accountable for delivering a quality services that is effective and efficient in line with the organisations objectives and performance indicator.

The successful CPN will be responsible for the clinical and operational day to day service delivery ensuring that an individualised comprehensive assessment and Care Management service is effectively delivered.

Responsibilities include the clinical and operational supervision of junior nursing staff and students as delegated by the team manager and to be accountable for delivering a quality services that is effective and efficient in line with the organisations objectives and performance indicators.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Claire Short / Laura Willoughby / Paul Martin
Human Resources Business Partner's

Claire.Short@hpft.nhs.uk
07919 695578
Laura.Willoughby@hpft.nhs.uk
07584 461670
Paul.martin@hpft.nhs.uk
07584 461736

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Staff Nurse

Across Hertfordshire

In addition, we also have vacancies in our Medium Secure Unit (Eric Shepherd Forensic Services, Warren Court , Woodside Road , Abbots Langley, WD5 0HT).

The staff nurse will work in close collaboration with other professionals in assessing service user’s needs, devising care plans and evaluating outcomes that promote service user empowerment through the process.

With the wider Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) will participate in the assessment and treatment to provide high quality, individualised care, which addresses the needs of the service users.

The post holder will support the Charge Nurse and the Team Leader to ensure that the service is managed effectively and efficiently in all aspects.

Newly qualified Band 5 community nurses will be supported in their transition from student to nurse through a 12 month preceptorship programme.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Laura Willoughby / Paul Martin / Anthony Gotts
Human Resources Business Partners

Laura.Willoughby@hpft.nhs.uk
07584 461670
Paul.martin@hpft.nhs.uk
07584 461736
Anthony.Gotts@hpft.nhs.uk
01707 253886

Apply now

Crisis and Home Treatment Workers

Watford

This role involves supporting the Team Leader/CATT Manager in the development and implementation of a multi-professional Crisis Resolution/Home Treatment Team providing a high quality service to meet the needs of people in acute phases of mental illness, and their carers.

You will also work as a Street Triage worker with the police on a rotational basis.

 As part of the CATT team providing 24 hour care for the local population, depending upon the team, the post holder will offer crisis mental health assessment and intensive treatment and will take part in the rota for Helpline service provision.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Laura Willoughby / Paul Martin
Human Resources Business Partners

Laura.Willoughby@hpft.nhs.uk
07584 461670
Paul.martin@hpft.nhs.uk
07584 461736

Apply now

FEP/ EIP Care Coordinator

Kingsley Green

The FEP/EIP care coordinator will work as a member of the multi-disciplinary Community

Team, will be responsible for the clinical and operational day to day service delivery, providing a high quality social care service to adults of all ages having First Episode Psychosis.

The core functions are to provide assessment, care planning and care co-ordination, including care programme approach, within a framework of recovery which embraces each individual’s right to choice and control.

You may be responsible for supervision, development and teaching of junior

staff and/or students as delegated by the team manager.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Laura Willoughby / Paul Martin
Human Resources Business Partners
Laura.Willoughby@hpft.nhs.uk
07584 461670
Paul.martin@hpft.nhs.uk
07584 461736

Apply now

Health Care Assistant – Band 2

Across Hertfordshire 

The Health Care Assistant (Band 2) is the first step on a skills escalator of unregistered practitioners. The role is to work with more experienced Registered and Unregistered practitioners providing support to both health and social care professionals.

The Health Care Assistant role at this level, will be allocated and agreed via plans of care, assessed and evaluated by a registered nurse. They will implement, deliver care under the guidance of more experienced unregistered and registered practitioners supported by a monitored process of on-going supervision and support.

This role will be expected to work with high levels of support and supervision, with adherence to agreed instruction, whilst being guided and supported within Trust procedures and policies. As part of the wider Team the post holder will be responsible for participating and assisting in the delivery of care/services to patients and service users as part of a Mental Health / Learning Disability Care Team, working under the direct supervision of a registered member of staff. This will involve being responsible for carrying out practical tasks, identified as part of the patient’s and service users care plan or care pathways.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Claire Short
Human Resources Business Partner
Claire.Short@hpft.nhs.uk
07919695578

Apply now

Community Learning Disability Nurses / Intensive Support

Essex

The Community Learning Disability Nurses / Intensive Support will work in close collaboration with other professionals, including the wider Multi-Disciplinary Team (nursing, psychiatry, psychology and arts therapy) in assessing service user’s needs, devising care plans and evaluating outcomes that promote service user empowerment through the process. The post holder, with the wider Multi-Disciplinary Team will provide high quality, individualised care, which addresses the needs of the service users and meets individual health needs

For further details / informal visits contact:

Anthony Gotts
Human Resources Business Partner
Anthony.Gotts@hpft.nhs.uk
01707 253886

Apply now

Learning Disabilities Nurses / Intensive Support

Bucks

Learning Disabilities Nurses / Intensive Support will be a member of a specialist learning disability team, working with a team of nurses across Buckinghamshire.

He/she will be required to positively represent the needs and rights of people with learning disabilities; tackling inequalities to health and working to improving access to NHS and other services through facilitating positive working relationships between people with a learning disability, carers, primary and specialist healthcare services, social care, voluntary and private organizations.

All staff should comply with the Trust’s Anti-Discriminatory Statement, Employee Charter, Trust Policies and Procedures, Code of Conduct and Equality and Diversity.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Anthony Gotts
Human Resources Business Partner
Anthony.Gotts@hpft.nhs.uk
01707 253886

Apply now

Associate Practitioner

Radlett 

The Assistant Practitioner (Band 4) is the third step in the skills escalator. This practitioner will work across traditional professional boundaries providing support to both health and social care professionals. The Assistant Practitioners will implement, deliver and evaluate individual care plans under the guidance of registered practitioners supported by a clear process protocol / competency.

They will be expected to work under minimal supervision, with adherence to Trust procedures and policies, agreed competency and to employ value based and socially inclusive practice. The post holder will be responsible for participating and assisting in the delivery of care/services to patients and service users as part of a Mental Health / Learning Disability Care Team, working under the direct or indirect supervision of a registered member of staff. They will be responsible for carrying out practical tasks, identified as part of the patient’s and service users care plan or care pathways.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Anthony Gotts
Human Resources Business Partner
Anthony.Gotts@hpft.nhs.uk
01707 253886

Apply now