Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust are recruiting to a 1.0 wte Band 7 ADHD CAMHS nurse. This is substantive position and will be part of the developing Neuro-developmental service in West Sussex. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a multi-disciplinary team and also part of a weekly complex case clinic assessing and working with young people with ADHD and who may also have ASC. The role will include assessments, physical health monitoring and ADHD reviews. We would also encourage applicants who have also completed their ADOS or ADI training for their role within the complex case clinic.
This role will be based across Worthing and Chichester CAMHS, some travel across West Sussex will be required. The Coastal CAMHS teams work well together to support young people with mental health conditions as well as ADHD/ASC assessments. The teams are based at Worthing hospital and Stockbridge Road Chichester.
This is a great opportunity to develop the West Sussex Neuro-developmental pathways and services. We would welcome applications from individuals with previous experience working within similar services.
Do you want a career in a trust with a 2020 vision of achieving outstanding care and treatment you can be confident in? With a vision that includes becoming the employer of choice? Where our values guide how we do this?
As one of the largest providers of children and young people's mental health, our Care Delivery Service (CDS) provides care across Sussex and Hampshire. Supported by our Clinical Academic Group (CAG) we work to put research, innovation and learning into practice.
You will be part of a strong multidisciplinary team, receiving high standards of supervision. You will join the local Psychology and Psychological Therapies services contributing to our innovation and commitment to ongoing service improvement and compassionate care.
Our services build on our CYP-IAPT learning and 'deliver with and deliver well' and we have built the infrastructure to sustain this with our collaborative work with our service users who help shape our transformation with their lived experience. Our psychology and intern infrastructure support the meaningful use of the service wide outcome measures framework.
Our offer is for a career not just a job, in a team and a trust committed to delivering the best care possible to the community whilst being committed to the wellbeing of its staff - and endeavouring to show this by how we do, what we do - that our staff are our greatest asset and that staff wellbeing is a key priority. "