Don’t miss this opportunity to utilise your skills whilst enjoying a relaxed pace of life
- Inpatient and Community based role
- Supportive multidisciplinary team with high retention rate
- Enjoy an enviable work-life balance just an hour's flight from Melbourne
This fantastic opportunity is for a Consultant Psychiatrist to join an innovative and dynamic Mental Health Service to deliver high quality mental health care in Northern Tasmania. You will be part of a multidisciplinary team that provides inpatient and outpatient care to public patients across a number of services including Adult Community, Crisis Assessment, Child & Adolescent and Older persons Psychiatry. Active involvement in research, trials and teaching will be supported and there is scope to combine the position with private practice.
You will be joining a welcoming and extremely supportive network where the retention rate for mental health staff is high.
This 300-bed accredited teaching hospital has a close partnership with the University of Tasmania. It treats over 24,000 inpatients and over 225,000 outpatients yearly. The Mental Health Service itself consists of a 20-bed inpatient unit, including 3 high dependency beds. The adult, child and older person’s community mental health services are all centrally located but deliver community services to the entire region.
In Tasmania you will enjoy a relaxed and enviable lifestyle where a flourishing café culture comes hand in hand with a welcoming community and an amazing array of outdoor pursuits. Whether you prefer to sample the wonderful local wine and food, explore the rich history of the region or enjoy the surrounding rugged mountains and dramatic coastlines, Tasmania offers it all on your doorstep.
Just an hour’s flight from Melbourne, this opportunity offers great career and lifestyle advantages. Housing is affordable and the education system is of a high quality with access to a range of schools, colleges and the University of Tasmania.
With the opportunity to make a real difference as well as develop professionally, you must hold FRANZCP and current AHPRA registration. Alternatively, you must be eligible for AHPRA registration, possess equivalent qualifications and be eligible for FRANZCP. If you are unsure if you meet the selection criteria please forward a copy of your most recent resume and I will assess your eligibility and will advise you of your options.
If you want to enjoy a flexible work/life balance, a great team environment and a commitment to professional development why not find out more?Apply now or contact Siobhan for a no-obligation discussion.