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Rehability UK is a specialist provider of Rehabilitation services for individuals with Mental Health issues, Autism and Learning Disabilities. We are looking for dedicated, caring individuals to join the company as Nurses and Recovery Workers on a full-time basis and on our Staff bank. Rehability UK is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes all applications.

Think you have what it takes? Read what makes a Rehability staff member here.

 

Current Vacancies

Successful candidates will be responsible for the coordination, assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of service user care for adult service user presenting with Mental Health or Learning Disabilities. You must be able to demonstrate good clinical practice, carrying out observations, investigations and treatments as required.

Candidates should possess the relevant nursing qualification and hold a valid NMC pin number. You should also be a strong team player, with excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and organisational skills. Individuals should have an excellent working knowledge of the Mental Health Act, DOLs, MCA and CTO’s with the ability to demonstrate the latest understanding of nursing practices.

How to Apply

To apply for this vacancy, please send your CV to info@rehabilityuk.co.uk. If you wish to speak with someone regarding this vacancy please call 03333 44 3095.

Successful candidates will play an active part in creating a homely and safe environment for service users. You will work with other professionals to meet service users’ individual needs, implementing care plans, provide guidance and support in assisting the promotion of self-help, personal life skills, emotional awareness and act as a positive role model within the team.

How to Apply

To apply for this vacancy, please send your CV to info@rehabilityuk.co.uk. If you wish to speak with someone regarding this vacancy please call 03333 44 3095.

Safeguarding Statement

Rehability UK is committed to Safeguarding and protecting the people and service users within our care. All candidates will be subject to enhanced DBS and reference checks.

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