Consultant Psychiatrist - Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability - IPUMansfield / Nottinghamshire0.6 WTE - 22.5 hours a week - Flexible hours and daysSecond on call commitmentsSalary - Very Competitive plus package and benefits
At St Andrew’s Healthcare, we are focused on building our reputation for high quality care and treatment for patients with histories of offending and other risk behaviours. St Andrews is currently undergoing a major transformation to become a world leader in Value-Based Healthcare. As part of that programme we have established 15 Integrated Practice Units (IPU’s) which will focus on improving patient outcomes.
The Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability IPU in Nottingham have an exciting part time opportunity to develop and strengthen your experience working with patients in secure care settings. This is a rewarding post with excellent multidisciplinary teams, and a forward-thinking and holistic approach is taken to patient care and treatment in the IPU.
The post-holders will be able to undertake non-clinical activities of interest e.g. research, teaching, governance and management - in an innovative way, and we actively encourage you to be a leader nationally in mental health and influence the direction of services in order for them to attain the best outcomes for our patients.
You will lead a multi-disciplinary team and oversee the management of patients with complex mental disorders. You will be able to promote innovation and improvement of services and there will also be a strong research and teaching element to the role. With scope to develop your specialist interests and grow your remit and responsibilities, we will actively encourage you to be a leader nationally in mental health and influence the future direction of services.
You will have MRCPsych or equivalent, a CCT in Learning Disability, Forensic Psychiatry or General Adult Psychiatry.
A top 20 UK charity, St Andrew’s is a unique provider of specialist care in mental health, learning disability, autistic spectrum disorders and neurological conditions. We aspire to deliver truly world class, holistic services within our outstanding, modern facilities. Our independence means we can always put service users’ interests at the heart of decision making, while re-investing surpluses in frontline services.
For further details or to discuss further please contact Dr Paul Stankard (Clinical Lead)Apply
or James Farrelly Apply Closing Date 11th March 2018Interview dates – Mid April 2018