Compassion, clinical excellence and being there for our service users. You’ll love nursing at Cygnet, it’s the forefront of our outstanding health services. It’s a rewarding career where you’ll give and receive support – caring for people while your colleagues help you.
At Cygnet, we care for our colleagues as much as our service users. So, you’ll be surrounded by helpful, like-minded professionals – and you’ll benefit from their support and inspiration. Working in a dynamic environment, we’ll give you the freedom to suggest ideas and embrace new challenges.
We love empowering our people. So you’ll have ongoing mentoring and training to develop your skills and progress your career. You’ll be part of a committed team, helping change lives through outstanding care. And together, we’ll reap the rewards of making a difference to others.
At Cygnet, you’ll have strong career progression opportunities. To help improve your skills, we provide monthly reflective practice, clinical supervision and continuing professional development.
We’ll pay your RCNi membership, re-validation and 50% of your NMC registration renewal too. And, we offer employee discount savings, a cycle-to-work scheme and competitive pension plans.
Former professional rugby player Andrew Hancock loves being a Ward Manager at Cygnet. With us, he’s gained the skills and qualifications that enable him to provide outstanding care – and that makes him motivated and happy…
Tending to the needs of service users with a variety of diagnosis, our Mental Health Nurses enjoy challenging, rewarding careers.
If you’re professional, compassionate and confident, join us – and make an impact on service users and their families. As a Cygnet Mental Health Nurse, you also benefit from being part of a supportive, dynamic multidisciplinary team.
In a busy, satisfying role, your day-to-day involves maintaining care plans, administering medicines and working closely with the management team to continually improve quality. With your focus firmly on recovery, you also monitor, manage and reduce risk – and produce outstanding written reports based on your nursing assessments and observations.
Using a range of skills to help service users lead more fulfilling lives, our Learning Disability Nurses work 40 hours a week. It’s valuable, patient-centred work that’s hugely satisfying.
In this rewarding role with excellent career prospects, your focus on high-quality care empowers and supports our service users. You help them to improve their physical and mental health, reduce the barriers to living more independently and lead better quality lives.
Your day-to-day involves maintaining care plans; writing high-quality reports based on your assessments; administering medicines and working closely with the management team to continually improve quality.
Our Bank Nurses enjoy flexibility while reaping the rewards of providing outstanding care – and making a huge difference to our service users and their families.
In a busy, satisfying role, your day-to-day involves maintaining care plans, administering medicines and working closely with colleagues to continually improve quality. You also benefit from working in a supportive, dynamic team.
Compassionate, confident and resilient, your focus is firmly on recovery, as you monitor, manage and reduce risk – and produce outstanding written reports based on your nursing assessments and observations.
Using a range of skills to help those in our care lead more fulfilling lives, our Bank Learning Disability Nurses enjoy flexibility – as well as reaping the rewards of a worthwhile vocation.
Your focus on high-quality care empowers and supports our service users. It’s valuable, patient-centred work that’s hugely satisfying. You help others to improve their physical and mental health, reduce the barriers to living more independently and lead better quality lives.
Your day-to-day involves maintaining care plans; writing high-quality reports based on your nursing assessments; administering medicines and working closely with the management team to continually improve quality.
Start a brilliant nursing career with us. If you’re newly qualified, or soon to be qualified, passionate, confident and ambitious, we want to hear from you.
We understand the challenges you face during your first year of nursing. Thanks to the coaching and guidance of a dedicated mentor, our Preceptorship Nurses are supported every step of the way – to develop their skills, confidence and autonomy.
With us, you’re part of a dedicated team delivering exceptional care in a high-quality environment. We support you in working towards your career goals – with new challenges, responsibilities and training that helps you develop personally and professionally, every day.
With supervisory responsibility, clinical expertise and a commitment to excellent care, our Clinical Team Leaders help ensure our services run smoothly. In this role, motivating and supporting your nursing team is a huge part of what you do.
It’s an excellent step up if you’re an experienced RMN with an interest in leadership, research and risk assessment – and a passion for delivering outstanding care.
A role model to your colleagues, you participate in the training and development of staff. Your day-to-day also involves maintaining care plans; producing high-quality nursing assessment reports; administering medicines and working closely with the management team to continually improve quality.
Our Ward Managers love embracing challenges and leading others. In this role – at the head of a nursing team – you use high-quality, evidence-based practice to ensure the highest standards of care are implemented and monitored.
Committed, organised and dynamic, you motivate and inspire the nursing team – and take satisfaction from successfully managing the delivery of excellent care.
Supporting your team is a huge part of what you do, as well as co-ordinating multidisciplinary working. It’s dynamic, challenging work for passionate, committed leaders with experience in mental health care management. And it requires the know-how to use operational resources in the most cost-effective manner.
If you have compassion, vision and strong leadership skills, this is the perfect opportunity to combine clinical and managerial expertise in a rewarding role.
As a Clinical Manager at Cygnet, you act as a role model to your colleagues – and you provide leadership, direction and supervision to all clinical and support staff. It’s all about motivating your team and ensuring the delivery of the very best care.
Your day-to-day also involves overseeing the admission and discharge of all service users; implementing and evaluating agreed systems of clinical and operational support – and working closely with the management team to continually improve quality.
Combining compassion, clinical excellence and a strategic outlook, our Hospital Managers are strong leaders with a passion for making people’s lives better.
Organised, driven and a people-person, you’re responsible for the overall delivery of care within your hospital. And it’s down to you to ensure its effectiveness by providing excellent leadership and support across every department.
Leading teams of clinical and non-clinical staff, it’s your role to make sure that everyone delivers outstanding patient care. And you ensure that your teams remain compliant on all standards, including CQC and Health & Safety.
David Wilmott, Cygnet’s Director of Nursing, asks colleagues about the nursing profession – why they chose it, what they love about it and why they work at Cygnet. Listen and discover why our nurses feel valued, motivated and empowered. And find out what we’re doing to give them every opportunity to enjoy rewarding, lifelong careers with us.
Interested? Explore our vacancies to see where you’ll be perfectly placed to stretch your capabilities, keep learning and rise to every challenge.
18-19 Bennett’s Hill, Birmingham,
West Midlands, B2 5QJ
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