Flexible part-times roles available within the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne
- Late stage senior registrars, awaiting fellowship within the next 2 months encouraged to apply
- Multiple roles available within Adult Psychiatry
- Get your foor in the door with Victoria's largest public health service
There are a number of opportunities for Consultant Psychiatrists to provide psychiatry services to adults aged 18 to 65 years within a medical centre, supporting and assisting the Unit Head of Adult Psychiatry. Permanent part-time (0.4FTE) positions are available in the Community Mental Health Service and the Community Care Unit. A fixed-term part-time (0.4FTE) position is available within the Mobile Support and Treatment Service (ending November 2020). Within these roles, participation in after-hours duty and ECT rosters are essential. You will enjoy salary packaging opportunities, onsite staff parking and gym, discounted banking, as well as access to professional development courses and seminars.
You will be joining Victoria’s largest public health service, providing healthcare to one quarter of Melbourne’s population. This impressive organisation if made up of 7 public hospitals, 21 community health sites, 5 aged care facilities, and has university affiliated international research and tertiary education. The Consultant positions are well-supported by more than 900 Junior Medical Staff, across 200 medical specialities. The service is dedicated to improving the health of the community with a focus on prevention and early intervention, community-based treatment and rehabilitation as well as research, education and teaching the next generation of healthcare professionals. The Mental Health Services provide a range of community, bed-based and specialist services across a population of almost one million, with an operational budget of $130 million.
Based in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, you will enjoy living in this popular region ranked the world’s most liveable city for seven consecutive years (2011-2017). You will experience diverse and multicultural communities with a fantastic café and dining scene to indulge in. You won’t be short of activities with year-round entertainment including major cultural events and festivals, sporting events as well as an abundance of shopping options including specialty boutiques. The broader region boasts wonderful natural features and amazing wildlife with close access to beaches, mountains, rural farms and zoos.
To be eligible for this role you must hold Specialist registration with the Australian Medical Board (AHPRA) and Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP). Late stage senior registrars, awaiting fellowship within the next 2 months, are encouraged to apply.