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Do you want to be one of the best?
Then we want you to apply to our Trust
Full Time Consultant Psychiatrist – Older Adults
What’s on offer?
As a long standing Foundation Trust with a background of high quality care and sound finances, the Trust can offer existing and newly accredited Consultants the following support and opportunities:
- protected time for research and/or special clinical interest.
- a strong ethos on learning and development for medical staff.
- annual clinical excellence awards, local recognition budgets etc.
- a flexible relocation package, e.g., home to work mileage, rental assistance etc.
- excellent staff benefits, e.g. subsidised lease car, childcare vouchers, cycle scheme etc.
- health and wellbeing support, e.g., early access to physiotherapy, staff wellbeing service.
Why the Lincolnshire Area?
The county offers an excellent standard of living with the best schools (the majority of senior schools being Grammar and Academies), below average house prices, lowest crime rates and beautiful surroundings.
What we are about
We are officially recognised as one of the best mental health Trusts to work (HSJ Top 120 2015) and recognised as the best place to train by our trainees within the East Midlands Region (Annual GMC survey 2015 & 2016). We have been awarded regionally/nationally for our work on equality and diversity, patient safety and community partnerships. Enhancing innovation, research and clinical effectiveness is a key area for development and we are particularly seeking individuals who can lead in the delivery of National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) research and who can work proactively to provide safe and effective facilitation to support a wide range of national studies, ensuring that staff and patients have every opportunity to participate – giving local people a national voice.
For further information and Job Description please look on NHS Jobs Website at our Job Reference Number:
Salary £76,001 - £102,465
For further details please contact:
Sandra O’Sullivan or Kay Gilman – ( Phone number removed )
Preference will be given to NHS colleagues who are currently 'at risk' and meet the minimum criteria of the Role Profile.
To maintain head-count within the Trust, other than in exceptional circumstances, advertised vacancies that contain ‘Internal only’ in the title are open to LPFT employees only.
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Our Commitment -
Our aim at Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is to employ a diverse workforce and we take positive action to achieve this. We actively encourage applications from under represented groups and those who have had personal experience of a mental health conditions.
We're also committed to flexible working patterns within the needs of the service so this job may be suitable for job share. There is also a team to advise on childcare issues.
If you have any difficulty completing this application form please contact (01529) 222280.
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