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Band 7 CAMHS Nurse

This vacancy has now expired.

Hallam Medical have an exciting opportunity for a Band 7 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service Nurse (CAMHS) to work for our client in Cyprus.

We are looking for an experienced Band 7 Practitioner to provide cover and support the British Armed Forces in Cyprus.

As this is an opportunity outside of the UK all accommodation and flight costs will be paid for.

This is short term posting of two weeks to cover sick leave, with the potential to extend.

To apply for this role you will need to be a qualified, professional and committed Nurse who has experience of working with children and adolescents with ongoing mental health difficulties.

Educational Requirements:

To apply for this role you must be:

• A Registered Nurse (RMN qualified)
• Registered with the NMC
• Able to use your skills to develop care plans and risk assessments
• Able to use your skills of inclusion and community based engagement and support
• Confident of working autonomously (this opportunity involves lone working)

If you would like any further information about this role or any of our other vacancies. Call today on 0844 335 0395.

Plus don't forget about our Refer a Friend Scheme. We will pay a referral bonus of £250 cash each and every time you refer an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, 111 Clinical Advisor, Community or Mental Health Nurse that goes on to work 100 hours for Hallam Medical.

 Hallam Medical is the UK's fastest growing Primary Care Recruitment Specialist and awarded CPP and HTE National Nursing Framework Supplier. Hallam Medical is the only agency to have worked directly with the NMC on the pilot for Nurse Revalidation in the UK.

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