Hospital Liaison Nurse

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An award winning Community Drug and Alcohol Misuse Charity is looking for an experienced Hospital Liaison Nuse Nurse to join their specialist addictions team in Brighton, East Sussex. This is an excellent opportunity for an RGN or RMN who has a passion for Substance Misuse treatment.

You will be working as a Hospital Liaison Nurse providing an important link between Brighton hospital and the community drug and alcohol clinic ensuring people leaving hospital continue to receive the right care after discharge. This exciting role focuses on providing front line clinical care to service users, including a thorough rehabilitation process.

It is preferable (however, not essential) that you have experience in the following:

Vaccinations including BBV screening, Hepatitis B/C screening
Alcohol and opiate detoxification
Health Promotion and Rehabilitation

The ideal RGN or RMN – Hospital Liaison Nurse will possess the following:

RGN or RMN qualified Nurse with relevant experience
Demonstrable experience or interest in addictions
Titration experience is highly desired
Current and valid registration with the NMC and a legal right to work in the UK

It is not essential that you have experience within addictions, but you must be able to demonstrate your interest in this field of Nursing and show how you have worked to gain experience, transferable skills and how you have come to be interested in Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services.

The benefits for this RGN or RMN – Hospital Liaison Nurse role include:

Generous salary up to £38,000p/a
Monday to Friday hours (9-5)
25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
Working for a charity service with an excellent reputation
Thorough induction
Excellent training and development opportunities

If you are an RGN or RMN with a passion for Substance Misuse and would like the opportunity to work as a Hospital Liaison Nurse, do not hesitate to click APPLY or call Ehsan at Leaders in Care on (phone number removed) for further information.


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