Part Time Specialty Doctor - Perinatal NHS Medical & Dental
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust
Specialty Grade Psychiatrist working in Perinatal Mental Health
Two Substantive Posts (1 x 0.7 wte, 1 x 0.6 wte)
(Pay Scale: £39,060 - £72,840)
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust seek to appoint two Specialty Grade Psychiatrists to join our established Perinatal Mental Health Service which is expanding.
Our multidisciplinary Perinatal Mental Service comprises of two teams covering Coventry and Warwickshire. These new posts are part of a planned expansion in the service which also includes Specialist Nurses, Psychologists and Occupational Therapists. You will join a medical team of two consultants and two junior doctors. Roles include assessing and treating women with mental health problems who are pregnant or up to one year post-partum. You’ll work as part of the team and will be expected to liaise closely with maternity services at our three acute hospitals, primary care and secondary care mental health services.
We believe that high quality medical appointments are key to providing quality services and ensuring good clinical leadership. We are looking for enthusiastic, forward thinking individuals who can work within the Trust and with partners to develop a dynamic, responsive and patient centered Secondary Care Mental Health Service.
Post 1 – Specialty Doctor Coventry and Rugby Perinatal Mental Health Team (0.7 wte)
Post 2 – Specialty Doctor North and South Warwickshire Perinatal Mental Health Team (0.6 wte)
You will need Full GMC Registration, a minimum of 4 years (or equivalent gained on a part time or flexible basis) postgraduate training, two of which must have been in a relevant specialty and be approved or eligible for approval under section 12 of the Mental Health Act. In addition you will need to be a car owner and holder of a driving licence or be able to make appropriate arrangements for travel for the purposes of your employment.
This post may not attract a work permit. Applications from candidates who require a work permit to work in the UK may not be considered if there are a sufficient number of other suitable applicants.