You’ve almost reached the finish line and obtained that qualification you have been dreaming of, but do you know how you can get your career off to the great start it deserves? We do!
We have positions available in Bluebird House, Medium Secure CAMHS unit and Austen House, Low Secure CAMHS unit.
Austen House- opened in October 2019 and is a brand new low secure Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHs) unit. This new 14 bed unit will help to meet the national shortage of beds for young people with specialist mental health needs and will mean that young people and their families living in the south of the country will be able to access treatment closer to home, preventing them having to travel long distances to receive the care they need.
Bluebird House- Bluebird House is one of six Medium secure Forensic Children’s mental health units in the country and one of only two that accept both male and female patients.
The young people we look after are aged between 12 - 18 years of age who are experiencing complex mental health difficulties and challenging behavior.
If you have what it takes we would love to hear from you, take you on a tour of both wards and to also meet the teams!
WAIT! The fun doesn’t stop there!
Southern Health Foundation Trust is, also, pleased to offer the following training and support to newly qualified Nurses :
Access to engage on our 12 month preceptorship programme, supporting you to ensure that you receive the best possible start to your career - gaining peer group support and networking with other newly qualified professionals.
Support with clinical skills and mandatory training, annual performance reviews and development reviews.
Continuing CPD development through our extensive trust education and training programmes
Regular monthly clinical supervision
Regular management supervision