RMN Jobs – What You Need
As an RMN, we will help you to find a position that involves the care of residents who have mental or psychological nursing needs. The settings of an RMN position can vary; within either a private hospital or a care home service, which may also involve assignments to low, medium or high secure units.
You should have experience in Neurological or Brain injury care, have a good understanding of the Mental Health Act (1983) and are happy to work with residents who display a range of challenging behaviours (and have complex care needs). Like all mental health jobs in Birmingham, you will need to be sympathetic and non-judgmental, as well as the aptitude to gain a patient's trust to manage emotional situations.
How Our Nursing Recruitment Service Works
With the nursing profession being extremely personable, we believe that the recruitment process should involve the same qualities too.
The staff here at Willing Care will not claim to be able to find you 'the perfect match' – there are no guarantees in life, after all. What we do promise, however, is that we will consistently offer a personal service that is built on honesty. As we take the time to understand your skills, experience and requirements, we are able to find mental health jobs in Birmingham that are better suited to you. It is this honest approach to our service that helps to produce better results – it creates a sense of cooperation and trust between us, our clients and our candidates.
All you need to do is register your details with us and we'll get in contact with you as soon as possible to find out precisely, what you're looking for from your next employer. We will then compile this information before interpreting it, entering it on our database before running searches against the criteria offered by our clients, and promoting you to them.We keep you updated regularly and once we do get a successful match, we will arrange an interview for you with the client at a time that suits you.
If you need any support for your interview, we will be on hand to help – and if you do receive a nursing job offer, we will not walk away and leave you to it, our support is there for as long as you need it.
So why not register your details with us or get in touch with us to learn more?
Need To Learn More About Our Mental Health Nurse Jobs? Get In Touch!
If you have any further questions about any aspect of our mental health jobs in Birmingham service, we would be pleased to speak with you. You can call our friendly candidate support team on 01183 800722 or send any enquiries you may have by e-mail through our contact page.