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A high profile position has become available with our client, a national organisation who are looking to recruit a Consultant Psychiatrist, this position will be based in the Nottinghamshire area.
Their treatment programmes aim to optimise patient recovery and potential by treating and minimising risk behaviours and by enabling them to develop psychological / emotional, social and occupational skills and resilience.
All interventions aim to help the patient to understand the effect of their behaviour on others, to help them to manage the impact of external triggers on their behaviour and ultimately to promote the concept of recovery.
These interventions include:
Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)
Mental health awareness group
Individual and group psychological therapy
Managing anger programme (MAP)
Drug and alcohol programme
Relationship programme (social skills)
Coping skills programme
Problem solving therapy
Their structured approach to care explicitly acknowledges and supports the issue of change (or readiness for change) and is essential for successful engagement and treatment.
Due to internal moves, they now have a vacancy for a dedicated full-time Consultant Psychiatrist for their new PICU ward.
The service will accept admissions 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, from Nottinghamshire NHS but also from other parts of the United Kingdom. They seek to appoint a highly-motivated Consultant Psychiatrist to complement their existing medical work force. As a Consultant Psychiatrist you would lead a multidisciplinary team of professionals from nursing, clinical psychology, social work and occupational therapy and a Specialty Doctor who will form part of the MDT.
There is strong governance structure within the Region and the successful applicant will be expected to take an active role in service and quality development activities and to participate in governance meetings and Service Line meetings, as necessary.
Those trained in the UK should have evidence of higher specialist training leading to CCT or be within 6 months of confirmed entry from date of interview or eligibility for specialist registration (CESR).
Candidates must have a higher medical qualification (MRCPsych or equivalent).
30 days annual leave plus 8 bank holidays
Birthday Holiday – Your Birthday as an extra day’s annual leave
Contributory pension scheme
Private MedicaI Insurance for you and your family
Medical indemnity cover
Disclosure check cost coverage
Comprehensive induction and commitment to ongoing training
Free on-site parking
Priory Online Benefits and Cashback rewards
Cycle to work scheme
Please contact Tyrone Bennett for full details