Thames House Secure Unit
This unit in Oxford provides a safe, stable and supportive environment to help women to move on from troubled backgrounds and difficult relationships.
We have varied, challenging and rewarding roles available where you will be part of a supportive team guiding our service users towards the calm after the storm.
Develop your career with us
We pride ourselves not only on the provision of high quality, evidence-based care to our residents, but also on the development and investment in our staff too.
To nurture continual professional and personal growth, we provide our staff with regular clinical supervision, reflective practice and teaching sessions facilitated by internal and external practitioners.
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You will lead a dedicated team of staff and will provide them with support and development to enhance the care that we deliver; making it the best that we can for our service users.
For those seeking a real challenge in their next job, this offers the opportunity to make a real difference and in return we believe it to be very rewarding.
We are looking for registered general, mental health and learning disability nurses to join our motivated and experienced team.
You will be a key nurse and will attend CTMs, CPA’s, Tribunals and Management Hearings. Expertise gained through these experiences will enable you to peruse a varied and fulfilling career in nursing and will add depth to your CV.
We are looking for caring and committed individuals who want to work with a team that understands how important support workers are to our patient’s recovery.
This exciting and challenging role will place you at the heart of the team, working closely with patients and other health professionals.
These roles can be demanding, but we have established very effective ways of working with our service users to help them identify and reach their goals, while keeping them safe and supporting them onwards to a new life in the community.
Last updated: 20 April, 2018