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Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Opportunities Full and part-time hours available
Explore these opportunities 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 parttime
posts to make up full-time hours, or
seeking to job share a 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 &
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
Network - part / full-time
Post A: Network - 5 sessions
Post B: Inpatient - 5 sessions
The new £8 million unit which opened
1 year ago, provides a 12 bed inpatient
unit. This unique and developing network
provides integrated care and treatment to
adolescent patients with severe mental
health difficulties. 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 separate
Inpatient and Network roles may be
combined into one full-time post, if
NHS Tayside Child and Adolescent Mental
Post C: 2 x full-time posts or equivalent
You will join an experienced multidisciplinary
team, delivering comprehensive mental
health care to children, adolescents and
their families across NHS Tayside. Thanks
to a recent service redesign, we are
achieving an 18 week referral to treatment
target, working closely with a range of
partners - and we have further exciting
improvements planned. We will consider
applications for both full and part-time
hours and combination of working in both
the young persons inpatient unit and the
outpatient services, if you desire.
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.
Learn more and apply
For an informal discussion about Tier 4
Network opportunities, please contact
Dr Helen Smith, CAMHS Consultant or
Mrs Ruth Masson, Network Manager,
on 01382 649031.
For an informal discussion about NHS Tayside
Child and Adolescent Mental Outpatient
Services opportunities, please contact
Dr Lynn Brown, CAMHS Clinical Lead,
on 01738 458950 or Dr Johnny Graham
on 01382 204004.
To request an information and job application
pack please contact Anne Rice, Employment
Services Adviser, on Tel: 01382 660111
Ext: 33462 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please stipulate your order of preference
when applying for the post(s).
Closing date for receipt of applications:
Thursday 2 June 2016.
Interviews are scheduled to take place:
Wednesday 22 June 2016.