Consultant Psychiatrist General Adult
(10PAs, plus 0.5PA for on call & 3% availability supplement)
High quality care in the right place, at the right time, every time.
Would you like to work for one of the Health Service Journal’s top 100 places to work in healthcare? Or one of the top 50 Inclusive organisation in the UK? How about the top research recruitment Trust in MH Trusts within the North West region? Look no further. Lancashire Care Foundation Trust is currently seeking a Consultant Psychiatrist, to be part of a contingent of over 100 Consultant Psychiatrists in the Trust Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Service, Burnley
There are also opportunities for extra remuneration related to new or existing services like perinatal, neuropsychiatry, psychotherapy, management, 7 day working and others. These optional sessions have proven to be extremely popular among existing Consultants.
Along with various community settings, LCFT boasts an award winning recently opened state of the Art in-patient unit, The Harbour in Blackpool, where this post will be based, which provides the major portion of inpatient services for the older adult and adult mental health services.
The Trust is committed to delivering effective clinical services that reflect identified good practice within the NHS and the best evidence bases for specific areas within mental health services. It is also strongly committed to research, staff development, education and training. We want to develop your career as a Consultant Psychiatrist, providing the support and opportunity to embrace innovation, drive your ideas forward and ultimately change more lives.
Please see the job description/person specification for specific details relating to the post.
About Lancashire Lancashire Care services are within easy reach of the Lake District, Forest of Bowland, Blackpool, Southport and the Yorkshire Moors, as well as the historic cities of Lancaster, Manchester, Preston, Liverpool and the market towns of Garstang, Chorley and Bury. The M6, M60, M61, M65 and M55 motorways bring 50% of the UK's population within a 2 hour drive. Manchester and Liverpool airports are all within easy reach.
Further Information Along with the opportunity of participating in planning and steering working groups relevant to special areas of interest or general area of work, there will also be an opportunity to participate in teaching and training through supervision of Trainees. Audits, Research and participation in Leadership programmes are all exciting expectations of the roles, in order to ensure delivery of safe, high-quality services for patients.
Applicants for the above vacancies must be fully registered with the GMC; have a ‘license to practise’; hold a MRCPsych or an equivalent approved indicator of training, have or be able to apply to have Approved Clinician Status. Please note that this post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service Check.
Please note that this post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service Check.
Interview date: Friday June 29th
For further details / informal visits contact: Dr Khaled Mostafa
The Associate Medical Director is keen to discuss with candidates the details of the posts. Please contact Dr. Khaled Mostafa by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (email address is now monitored on a daily basis) or call 01772 773574.
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Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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