Consultant Psychiatrist in CAMHS
Explore this opportunity with NHS Tayside and you will discover a commitment to innovation in care that is more than matched by the flexibility we offer you. You can build a role that suits your lifestyle - for example, by combining part-time posts to make up full time hours or seeking to job share this full-time vacancy.
Whatever path you take, you will be part of a service that is evolving in unique and exciting ways. We value your expertise and are keen to harness ideas and improvements that will support the ongoing delivery of high quality care for the children requiring our services. You can be part of influencing the future shape of our services, while making a significant difference in the lives of children and young people in Tayside.
What’s more, you will benefit from all the advantages of life in the Tayside area - from thriving towns to stunning countryside, all connected and accessed by easy transport links to Scotland’s big cities. Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen are within 60 to 90 minutes distance.
Tayside is ideally placed if you want to enjoy the cultural development of the Victoria and Albert Museum, waterfront development, thriving restaurants, shopping and student scene or if your interests lie more in the outdoors, then hill walking, skiing, golden beaches and many coastal towns are with easy commute from the main cities of Dundee and Perth.
North of Scotland Tier 4 Adolescent Inpatient Unit – full time
The North Region Health and Care Collaboration and NHS Tayside are seeking to appoint to 1 WTE Consultant within the North of Scotland Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services Regional Young People’s Inpatient Unit (YPU) based within NHS Tayside.
The YPU is a new purpose built unit that opened in April 2015 and provides intensive inpatient assessment, care and treatment for adolescents from across the North of Scotland including NHS Grampian, Highland, Orkney, Tayside and Shetland within the age range of 12 to 18 years who suffer from major psychiatric disorders which cannot be met within an outpatient or intensive outreach / home based treatment service. The YPU has 12 beds and offers a broad range of therapeutic interventions including individual, group and family therapy. The unit is supported by a regional network team including a Network Manager, Network Liaison Nurses and an Information Officer. The regional team provides consultation, supervision, training and support to other professional who work with Tier 4 patients in the community as well as supporting transitions into and out of hospital. As part of our team, you will coordinate care, provide tier 4 consultations, and offer advice to local CAMHS teams across five Health Boards in the North of Scotland.
The service is a dynamic, forward-looking service with strong links to the University of Dundee, with an active interest in teaching and research. The service has recently welcomed its second year of highly positive reports from both the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland and the Royal College of Psychiatry Quality Network for Inpatient CAMHS (QNIC) with no recommendations made as part of the service reviews. Both reports highlighted a strong emphasis on engagement and communication with families / carers and person centred and comprehensive care planning. As the service has scored above 96% from QNIC, it intends to work towards QNIC accreditation early next year and if successful will become the first in Scotland to achieve this.
With a passion / caring for the mental health of children and young people, you will bring to your role strong and relevant psychiatric credentials, with a demonstrable commitment to excellent standards of clinical governance. What really sets you apart is your enthusiasm, collaborative spirit, and flair for communication and negotiation.
Applicants must have completed Higher Specialty training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and must be included on the GMC Specialist Registrar or be within 6 months of CCT or CESR in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry by the time of interview for the post.
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For further information or enquiries please contact Dr Pablo Ronzoni, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and North Region CAMHS Clinical Lead via firstname.lastname@example.org or Lesley-Ann McGregor, CAMHS Regional Network Manager email@example.com.
Applications in the form of a current CV, including the names, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses of 3 referees (including your current or most recent employer) should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference number CM.24.19, Consultant in CAMHS. You must include the supplementary forms within this pack. Please do not complete the NHS Tayside Application Form on the SHOW website, your CV is your application.
NHS Tayside is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community.
Short-listed applicants will be contacted by email. Please check your emails regularly, including your junk/spam folder.
Reference Number: CM.24.19
Closing date for applications is Friday 1 November 2019.
Interviews are arranged for Friday 29 November 2019
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