Base yourself in this fantastic location 3-hours from Sydney with the coast and ski fields nearby
- A modern tertiary hospital with strong research links
- Benefit from outstanding amenities and excellent housing and leisure options in this city
- Part-time or full-time arrangements and only 1 in 30 on-call requirement
As a Staff Specialist in Adult General Psychiatry, you will be joining a service focussed on delivering high quality, effective and person-centred care. You will be working in an inpatient setting, covering a 40-bed unit, with 8-10 secure beds split evenly across the teams. There are 4 Adult Inpatient teams consisting of a Consultant, Registrar and Intern, seeing 10 patients per team on average. There are also opportunities for part-time arrangements (ideally not below 0.6FTE) and you will only be required to work on-call 1 in 30 (full-time).
With strong research links maintained with the ANU, University of Canberra and Australian Catholic University, you will benefit from a fully equipped medical library on site and may also be considered for a conjoint position in ANU at an academic level. You will hold specialist experience in General Psychiatry or Subspecialty areas of Psychiatry and high-level skills relevant to both inpatient and community services, including the provision of ECT services. This service is also in the process of developing an ECT suite to be attached to the Inpatient Unit, to be completed mid-2021. If you are interstate or overseas, you will also benefit from a relocation allowance up to $51,000.
The hospital that you will be working with provides specialised and acute care to the city and surrounding region. The hospital was established in 1991 and now has 600+ beds to serve a population of over half a million. Today the hospital is recognised as a national leader in the provision of high-quality healthcare, delivering a variety of medical, surgical and obstetric services. The hospital is also a principal university teaching hospital, affiliated with world class universities and research institutions.
In this role you will work with the Mental Health, Justice Health and Alcohol & Drug Services (MHJHADS) which provides health services directly and through partnerships with community organisations. The services provide range from prevention and treatment to recovery, maintenance and harm minimisation. Consumer and carer participation is encouraged in all aspects of service planning and delivery. The Division works in partnership with consumers, carers and a range of government and non-government service providers to ensure the best possible outcomes for clients.
This fantastic role is based in Australia’s largest inland city, with a diverse population of over 350,000 people. Living in the home of the nation’s capital you will be exposed to national buildings and treasures along with having the luxury of experiencing world class dining and wining, whether in the vibrant civic centre or peaceful surrounding vineyard. This cosmopolitan city provides the perfect lifestyle for you and your family, offering community living, excellent education systems and a low crime rate.
Only a short drive from the cities central district are an abundance of national parks, filled with glistening lakes, magnificent mountains and unspoilt countryside. You are also a comfortable two-hour drive to the South Coast of New South Wales, which offers a relaxed atmosphere with endless beautiful beaches to uncover and activities like whale watching and sailing for the adventurous
Australia/NZ: Must hold FRANZCP and be eligible for Specialist registration with AHPRA.
UK/Ireland: Must hold MRCPsych / FRCPsych plus UK Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) and have been practicing as a Consultant for 3 years or more.
USA: Must hold Certificate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and have been practicing as a Consultant for 3 years or more.
Canada: Must hold Fellowship in Psychiatry or Certificate in Psychiatry from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and have been practicing as a Consultant for 3 years or more.
Other qualifications can of course be assessed on a case-by-case basis. For those unable to work at Consultant level, there are multiple opportunities to take advantage of at Senior Medical Officer and Registrar level.