Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust provides specialist mental health services and community services for more than one million people in Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Heywood, Middleton, Stockport, Trafford, Tameside and Glossop. The Trust’s Headquarters is based in Ashton-under-Lyne, ten miles north east of Manchester city centre.
The Trust provides support to all new starters, in patient facing roles bands 1 to 4, to successfully complete the Care Certificate standards relevant to their role. The certificate provides knowledge and skills to enable staff to perform safely and effectively.
The Trust is committed to improving the working lives of our employees. We actively promote equal opportunities, flexible working & staff support
We are committed to safeguarding & promoting the welfare of children & vulnerable adults & expect all employees & volunteers to share this commitment. Appointments to regulated activities will require an enhanced DBS disclosure
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The Trust reserves the right to close this post once a sufficient number of applications have been submitted. It is encouraged that you complete the application at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.Post Title Speciality Doctor Service/Ward/Department: Early Intervention Borough: Stockport Band & salary scale £ 37923 - £ 70718 pa Hours of work 40 hours / Part Time considered Permanent/Fixed term: PERMANENT Service/Ward/Department: Department of Psychiatry Oasis Building Stepping Hill Hospital Role Summary: The post holder will be based with the Early Intervention Team at Councillor Lane Resource Centre, in Cheadle and will work alongside and receive supervision and support from the Consultant within the team. The post holder will be expected to be involved in the assessment, management and treatment of 16-65 year olds with first episode psychosis of any cause. Post holders will be involved in assessment, management and treatment of both inpatients (at Stepping Hill hospital) and outpatients open to the Early Intervention Team. The post holder will be expected to help the team achieve the two week waiting targets set out in the EIT service standards. Day to day work will include outpatient clinics, community assessments, prescription writing, note-keeping, liaison with GPs, attendance at MDT team meetings and ward-rounds.Duties will be performed during a normal working week, with on-call arrangements to be negotiated.Key Requirements of the Person Specification: Experience in Psychiatry at CT, ST or Staff Grade level and some of this should be in general adult psychiatryExperience relevant to modern community orientated adult psychiatry.Experience of teaching and training. Experience of management.Experience of service development and planning.Experience of Forensic or Intensive Care services.Worked for a total of 10 years since primary qualification (which is acceptable by GMC for full/limited or temporary registration)Informal Contact Name: Dr Jonathan Marks Job Title: Consultant Psychiatrist ( EIT ) Contact Number: ApplyFor further details / informal visits contact:For an informal discussion, please contact Dr Sudhir Salujha , Lead Consultant, Stockport on Apply
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Informal Contact Name: Dr Dr Jonathan Marks Job Title: Consultant Psychiatrist ( EIT ) Contact Number: Apply All new starters to Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust who are appointed to a post which requires a Disclosure Barring Certificate check (DBS) will be recharged for the full cost of the check. Substantive staff can choose to spread the cost over their first three months’ salary or pay the full amount from their first months’ salary. Members to the Trust bank must repay the full amount from their first pay. The Trust encourages all staff and bank workers to register with the DBS update service at an annual cost of £13, for bank members this is obligatory. The cost of an enhanced DBS check is £44 and