Feel valued and supported in this Victoria Health Service.
- Long staff tenure of 4-5 years
- Largest city in the stunning Great Ocean Road region
- Inpatient and community based role
As a General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist, you will join a team of 9 highly experienced clinicians who have created a supportive team environment where the recovery for all admitted patients is enhanced. With a demonstrated record of working with the seriously mentally ill, you will provide clinical leadership to a multidisciplinary team whilst also assisting in the training and development of other clinical staff, other health professionals and students. You will also be encouraged to participate in research projects and evaluation of the service to maintain quality.
As the largest sub-regional health service in Victoria, servicing a population of over 100,000, this service is efficient in the provision of acute, rehabilitation and mental health care. As an ideal location to contribute to and practice in both community and residential settings, there is an extensive range of outpatient and community services as well.
With 120 staff in service and 212 beds, it is a service where staff find themselves staying on long tenure and where staff are invested in to develop and grow.
Situated in a breathtaking location on the south-west coast of Victoria, this city entices visitors from near and far and is considered a popular tourist destination due to its status as the largest city in the infamous Great Ocean Road region. Offering a variety of attractions, from pristine sandy beaches to spectacular national parks, this historic city accommodates for all tastes.
With excellent education centres to choose from, including private and state schools and reliable transport links, it is also easily accessible from Melbourne by car, train and plane and offers a great quality of life for couples and families.
With significant interest and experience in Adult Psychiatry you will hold registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as well as being a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (FRANZCP).