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Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Posts (4)
This is a truly exciting time for the NHS in North Wales. We are undergoing a significant phase of review, transformation, investment and renewal that will enable us to continue to improve the health and meet the care needs of our population in the years ahead.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) is the largest health organisation in Wales, serving a population of almost 700,000 people across the six counties of North Wales (Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham).
This area is geographically diverse, comprising large rural areas, an extensive coastline, a number of large population centres and industrial areas. It offers spectacular landscapes and a rich cultural heritage – many of the population we serve speak both Welsh and English.
We employ around 16,000 staff and have an annual budget of around £11 billion. As a fully integrated organisation we commission and provide a full range of primary, community, mental health and acute and elective hospital services.
As well as coordinating the work of 121 GP practices, and the NHS services provided by dentists, opticians and pharmacies across North Wales, we operate a network of over 90 health centres, clinics, community health team bases and mental health units, three district general hospitals (Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor, Glan Clwyd Hospital near Rhyl, and Wrexham Maelor Hospital) and 22 other acute and community hospitals.
Our ambition is to support the continued improvement in the health and well-being of the people of North Wales. Central to this journey will be the contribution of our Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists who will complement the expertise of a wide range of other experienced CAMHS professionals as part of our rapidly developing services. In North Wales you will have the opportunity to work across different sites and to take an active part in the development of innovative and effective approaches to patient care and service delivery across a large geographical area.
We are looking for experienced Psychiatrists with a keen interest in service development to enhance our focus on seamlessly integrating early intervention and prevention, community services and highly specialised tier 4 services. Strong leadership and teambuilding skills will be important for the post-holders to foster the values that are important to us, putting patients and carers at the heart of everything we do, with respect and dignity.
The North Wales Consultant Psychiatry Peer group meets monthly in a good humoured and lively forum for peer support and professional development. There is a journal club and psychopharmacology group and a culture of openness and joint planning. The successful candidate will also enjoy being part of a close-knit, sociable local team, with all the support and training you need to develop your professional skills. North Wales offers a range of coastal and inland opportunities for leisure and is in easy reach of the key North of England towns of Chester, Manchester and Liverpool.
Applicants should have their CCST or be within six months of completion of training and be on,
or eligible to be listed on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council. We are happy
to consider NHS locum appointments. Attractive Relocation package available upon successful
Applicants are encouraged to visit the service and to meet prospective colleagues. Arrangements for visiting may be made with Dr Peter Gore Rees, Clinical Director for CAMHs on ( Phone number removed ) or e-mail ( Email address removed ).
For further details / informal visits contact:
Dr Peter Gore-Rees
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With effect from 1st January 2016 points 1,2,3 and 4 on AfC Pay Band 1 and Pay Band 2 will be adjusted to £16,132 to reflect the incorporation of the living wage.
This is an exciting time for us here at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. We are the largest health organisation in Wales and, as a fully integrated organisation, provide a full range of primary, community, mental health, acute and elective hospital services for a population of almost 700,000 people across six counties of North Wales (Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham), as well as some services to parts of mid Wales. We serve a bi-lingual population and are committed to improving their health and well-being through everything we do.
The Health Board employs around 16,000 staff and has a budget of around £11 billion and is responsible for the operation of three district general hospitals (Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor, Ysbyty Glan Clwyd near Rhyl, and Ysbyty Maelor in Wrexham) as well as 22 other acute and community hospitals, and a network of over 90 health centres, clinics, community health team bases and mental health units. It also coordinates the work of 121 GP practices and NHS services provided by North Wales dentists, opticians and pharmacies.
We are undergoing a significant phase of transformation, review and renewal that will position us to achieve our future ambitions as the leading integrated care organisation in Wales. Central to this journey will be the contribution of our workforce who with strong team working skills, will be able to demonstrate the values that are important to us, communicating well with both colleagues and patients, who have the vision and ability to help move our services forward whilst getting the best of each other, treating others with respect and dignity and never compromising on quality.
Work where you want to live, North Wales has something for everyone!
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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