Registered Nurse (RGN/NMH)


Registered Nurse (RGN/NMH)

£33,000-£38,000 dependent on experience

On average 42 hours per week on a rota working days and nights


Burton Addiction and O’Connor Centres (BAC) is an award winning organisation which offers support to individuals with drug and alcohol problems in a range of settings including detoxification and residential rehabilitation, recovery housing, social enterprises and community based therapeutic services.


Are you passionate about your local community and want to make a difference? Do you have a commitment to person centred support and organisational skills?


We are looking for an experienced, dedicated Nurse – RGN/MNH to join our team who will ensure the highest standards of clinical care is delivered to our residents. We can promise that you will use your variety of skills in a unique environment where no two days are ever the same and the biggest reward is knowing you have played a pivotal role in making a positive difference in people’s lives


The role includes:

  • Working with a team of experienced support workers, NMPs and other nursing staff
  • Assessing our residents health and wellbeing needs
  • Developing your own knowledge and skills and that of others
  • Promoting best practice in health, safety and security
  • Assisting in maintaining and developing services
  • Using your variety of skills to support our residents with a range of complex needs and dependency levels
  • Ensuring the ongoing safety of our residents through systematic assessment, monitoring and review processes.
  • Supervising others and building effective relationships


You will:

  • Have an active NMC Registration (PIN number)
  • Possess excellent written and oral communication skills and evidence of recent clinical practice
  • Be passionate about working with our residents
  • Have a proven ability to write comprehensive care plans
  • Be organised
  • Be willing to learn
  • Be used to working in teams with minimal supervision


We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults and we expect our employees and volunteers to share this commitment. This position is exempt under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the successful applicant will be subject to a criminal record check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).


Having a criminal record will not necessarily bar an applicant from working for us; the nature of a disclosed conviction and its relevance to the post in question will be considered in all circumstances


We are committed to the fair treatment of our staff, potential staff or users of our services, regardless of age; disability; gender reassignment; marriage and civil partnership; pregnancy and maternity; race; religion or belief; sex; sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnerships, social class or economic status.


We actively encourage applications from individuals with a lived experience of substance misuse


To register your interest please send your cv to


Closing date 10th June 2023