Cygnet Hospital Woking’s adolescent intensive care unit accepts admissions from across the UK. Our multi-disciplinary team works towards discharging young people back to their local area as soon as they are ready and provides education services for school-aged patients. This site also offers low secure services for men and women with a range of mental health issues such as self-harm, substance misuse, anger and behaviour management.
“The people make it different, working within mental health is not for everybody but I enjoy the interaction I get here with both patients and staff.”Giles, Head Chef
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 with enhancements for working night shifts
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
An All-Employee Bonus Scheme
Comprehensive Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
Recruitment Reward Scheme
Cycle to Work Scheme
Cygnet Hospital Woking is half an hour from London. It is close to the M3 and is supported by a vast public transport network. There is free on-site parking for staff.
For more information about Cygnet Hospital Woking and its services, please visit the main Cygnet Health Care website.
Cygnet Health Care is seeking an ambitious and experienced registered mental health nurse to help lead our multidisciplinary team. You’ll be conscientious and will strive to provide high quality care at all times.
Cygnet Health Care is seeking an ambitious and experienced registered CAHMS nurse to help lead our multidisciplinary team. You’ll be conscientious and will strive to provide high quality care at all times.
Here at our vibrant, purpose-built lodge in Woking, we offer a clear rehabilitation pathway from acute care through to preparation for life after discharge. For those with more complex and severe mental health needs, Lower Park Grange offers a secure environment while our community-focused facility at Upper Park Grange helps service users return to independent living. A dedicated and multidisciplinary team of professionals, we deliver a range of therapies designed to help problems such as substance misuse, violent offending and personality disorder.
Accepting admissions from all over the UK, our adolescent intensive care unit here at Woking is supported by a dynamic, multidisciplinary team. The hospital is also home to low secure facilities for men and women with complex mental health needs.