Flexible work / life balance
Commitment to ongoing professional development
Laid back, affordable lifestyle
You will have experience with Adult Inpatient and/or Adult Community Mental Health.
You will be working in a regional health service and rostered across two hospitals that service a population of 116,000.
It is anticipated you will have significant involvement in the delivery of the Undergraduate education program with the Rural Clinical School and you will have the opportunity to be appointed to a University academic position. The seniority of the University appointment would be negotiated separately with the University.
You will foster collegiate relationships across the hospital departments and will find a real sense of camaraderie here. If you are looking for somewhere to make a difference, improve clinical care and patient outcomes, then look no further.
An excellent remuneration package and relocation assistance is on offer.
The Mental Health Service
The Mental Health Service incorporates Inpatient Mental Health, Adult Community Mental Health, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Older Persons Mental Health and Crisis and Assessment Treatment Team Mental Health Services.
The Inpatient service has 19 inpatient beds inclusive of a 3 bedded High Care Unit. The unit predominantly caters to adult clients with serious mental illness but also supports clients from the Older Persons Mental Health Service and occasionally adolescents. The Inpatient team also provides a Consultation Liaison service to the general wards and occasionally the Emergency Department.
Adult Community Mental Health provides an Outpatient Consultancy service to two areas located approximately 50 minutes apart.
Crisis and Assessment Treatment Team Mental Health Services attend service at two hospitals located approximately 50 minutes apart.
You will work in an innovative and dynamic organisation dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of the community. The health service faces a number of challenges with high levels of chronic disease and an ageing population.
You will be working alongside over 1,200 full time equivalent staff in multidisciplinary teams across two acute hospitals, three district hospitals and seven community health centres.
The Rural Clinical School of the University of Tasmania is located on campus and the Tasmanian Health Service participates in a comprehensive undergraduate and graduate clinical training program with the Rural Clinical School.
Here you will find an enviable lifestyle and great career advantages. You can have it all right on your doorstep - dramatic coastlines and world class beaches, rugged mountains, lakes, and heritage listed wilderness.
In your spare time you will enjoy a relaxed lifestyle, an amazing array of outdoor pursuits, a flourishing cafe culture and welcoming communities, all the services and facilities needed to create a safe and peaceful home for you and your family. Everything is in close proximity, making it possible to live in rural tranquility or by the beach, with only a short commute to work or the nearest city.
The many lifestyle advantages include affordable housing and a high quality education system with close and open access for all to a range of schools, colleges and the University of Tasmania. The region is a gateway to mainland Australia with access to regular interstate flights and Melbourne's passenger ferry terminal.
Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, or equivalent.
Specialist or Limited registration with AHPRA, or eligible for.
If you are looking for a great lifestyle with affordable housing, excellent choice of education and pristine coastlines on your doorstep, contact Rebecca Plaza on +61 406 882 013 or at email@example.com