Cygnet Hospital Bury offers a comprehensive range of services for young people and offers them a full education. It has 14 wards delivering Intensive Care through to Locked Rehabilitation. It also provides a unique, bi-lingual service for men and women who are deaf in a secure environment.
“I find mental health nursing is a very rewarding career especially when you can see a patient’s mental health improve and you are able to build a therapeutic relationship with a patient.”
Martin, Team Leader
Cygnet supports and guides all its workers through a clear induction programme. As a member of staff you will receive supervision and access to a mentor. Eligible staff will be able to join the apprenticeship scheme while newly qualified nurses will have the opportunity to apply for the Preceptorship Programme. You will be given an annual appraisal and on-going training throughout your Cygnet career.
We offer a range of benefits:
Competitive pay ranges
Performance and contribution recognised through pay
Flexible working options
Enhanced Maternity benefits
Annual holiday entitlement
Birthday and anniversary leave
A package of support for staff health and wellbeing
A generous company Pension Scheme
Group Life Assurance Scheme
Comprehensive Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
Recruitment Reward Scheme
Cycle to Work Scheme
Cygnet Hospital Bury is 10 miles from Manchester City Centre. It is close to the M66, M62 and M60 motorways. There is free on-site parking for staff.
For more information about Cygnet Hospital Bury and its services, please visit the main Cygnet Health Care website.
Are you a motivated and dynamic leader looking for your next challenge? Can you lead a team and develop best practice standards? We are looking for a fantastic Ward Manager, to help shape and develop our Women's and Deaf Service at Cygnet Hospital Bury which is the only Deaf service for women available in the UK. This is provided for patients from the age of 18 years in a medium secure setting.
Focused on individual outcomes and informed by a multidisciplinary approach, we're home to specialist units for ongoing and intensive care. Alongside full educational provision for young people experiencing mental health problems, we provide a unique, bi-lingual, secure environment for deaf men and women and a locked rehabilitation unit that ensures a secure provision on the pathway to reintegration into the community.
Cygnet Bury is home to specialist units for ongoing and intensive care, we offer a comprehensive range of services for young people, including full educational provision. We also offer a unique, bi-lingual service for deaf men and women providing intensive care through to locked rehabilitation.
Are you looking for a new challenge? Cygnet Hospital Bury is a leading provider of specialised inpatient forensic and non-forensic mental health services and Tier 4 CAMHS in the North West. We are looking for a forward thinking Consultant Psychiatrist with tier 4 experience of inpatient Child and Adolescent services to join our experienced and well established multi-disciplinary team.