about 1 month ago
Mental health and substance misuse assessments
Acute and chronic disease management.
Providing substance misuse therapies whilst in custody.
Healthcare promotion, brief interventions & self-harm reduction.
Referrals and Signposting to support wider vulnerabilities and assist with the reduction of re-offending.
Working alongside with Liaison and Diversion colleagues to identify wider vulnerabilities.
Requirements for a career in Forensic nursing:
Qualified RN Adult, RMN's (with relevant general experience), RGNs or Paramedics with a real passion for developing your clinical and wider skills in an environment that is ever changing.
Minimum of 2 years post qualification experience in a patient facing role within a relevant field (General Practice, Emergency Medicine, Walk in Centres, Substance Misuse Services, Prison Healthcare, Mental Health, or Ambulance Service) as an Adult RN or Registered Paramedic
Have a flexible approach working within a team that encourage new ideas and opinions on how to improve the service.
Thrive working autonomously
Show initiative when it comes to handling a wide range of situations
Police Clearance Requirements:
You must have:
Right to work in the UK
Continuously resided in the UK for the previous 3 years, with no more than 3 months spent overseas at any one time.
Full UK driving license and access to own car.
Active registration & full membership of the HCPC (Paramedic), or NMC (RGN) with no restriction on practice.
Care & Custody - a Mitie Company are looking for highly skilled Nurses and Paramedics to join our existing Custody healthcare teams working with National Police Forces.
Care & Custody HCPs are RN Adult, RMN's (with relevant general experience), RGNs or Paramedics who are qualified Healthcare Professionals working in partnership with 12 National Police Forces including 4 Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCS), to pro-actively reduce re-offending and care for detainees in police custody. We are looking for exceptional people to join our teams where you can become a key member of a highly respected organisation.