- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
Consultant in Adult Psychiatry – Community Therapies Team
We are seeking to appoint to the above post within the Rotherham Care Group. The Trust provides a comprehensive mental health services to Rotherham, Doncaster and North Lincolnshire and is divided into three geographically based Care Groups with an additional Children’s Care Group which covers all three localities.
As part of our continuous improvement process we have maintained a strong focus on patient need whilst retaining clear professional boundaries for our medical and nursing staff. This is an exciting time to join RDaSH and you will be able to influence and shape our services from the outset of your appointment.
We are looking to appoint a dynamic and flexible candidate with a good understanding of the role of the consultant and the ability to work in an appropriately boundaried way, whilst displaying clear clinical leadership and support to the MDT. This post offers a varied and interesting workload providing consultant clinical input to the Community Therapies team.
A full time post includes 2.5 sessions of Supporting Programmed Activities (SPAs), enabling the post holder to pursue CPD, service development, management, teaching or research interests, part time at 7 PA's equates to 2 SPA's . There is a generous study leave allowance and assistance with relocation is available in certain circumstances.
Applicants must be on the GMC Specialist Register (Psychiatry) or a trainee within 6 months of completing their CCT. Section 12 (2) approval and Approved Clinician status are also essential to the role.
Prospective applicants are encouraged to contact Dr Ed Bryan, Associate Medical Director, Rotherham Care Group (Tel: 01709 447295) to discuss the role and future service development, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visits to the Service are welcome and can be arranged upon request.
All posts will be subject to regular job planning review. Part-time or job share applications are welcome.
Interviews are scheduled for 20th February 2020