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Specialty Doctor – CAMHS Integrated Practice Unit
Packages up to £80K depending on experience
Opportunities for separately remunerated on-call duties available
Why Choose St Andrew’s?
As a charity, our purpose is to embed value based healthcare, allowing us to achieve the best possible outcomes and experiences of the people in our care. We have a responsibility to educate the next generation of professionals and to innovate - researching new treatments, therapies and environments to achieve better outcomes for our patients.
We currently have a vacancy for a Specialty Doctor to work within our CAMHS Integrated Practice Unit (IPU) who can be part of this unique opportunity to shape the service.
This Integrated Practice Unit (IPU) delivers complex mental health assessments and treatment to young people, often with challenging behaviours, presenting risks to themselves or others and require management in a secure mental health resource.
Working as part of an expert multidisciplinary team you will deliver high quality specialist care. Ideally with experience of working in a child and adolescent setting, you will demonstrate your commitment to patient well-being and recovery, pioneering new approaches to clinical practice. Many of our patients exhibit challenging behaviour, and you must be prepared to assess and treat physical health problems as well as acute and chronic mental health conditions
MRCPsych is preferable & membership with the GMC will be required.
We are committed to your professional development and have a comprehensive programme of training and CPD events with an extensive range of online training available.
Further career progression in terms of Section 12(2) approval, Approved Clinician status, will be encouraged and supported.
We offer an excellent benefits package including pension, 41 days holiday, life cover, car lease scheme, free parking on all our sites, cycle to work scheme, childcare vouchers and more…
We would welcome your application – if you would like to discuss in more detail please contact Dr Charlie Staniforth, Clinical Lead on 01604 613616 email: [email protected]