A locum consultant post in Liaison Psychiatry is being advertised, a level 4 acute tertiary hospital, joining an established liaison psychiatry team comprising experienced mental health nurse specialists (4WTE), and registrar. The role will include provide Liaison Psychiatry input to the Emergency Department and to the inpatient medical and surgical wards across the hospital. This is a role which offers opportunity to work alongside colleagues across the specialties and disciplines, and provides a broad range of clinical work. The post holder will work alongside a (0.4WTE) perinatal consultant providing mental healthcare to the obstetric department. The on call commitment is 1 in 12 as part of the adult psychiatry consultant rota at the hospital.
- Initial contract of 1year as from July. With a possibility of extension.
- Approximate net monthly salary of 7000-8000€ net/month after tax and pension deductions for Consultant positions. Could have the possibility to earn more money through private patients attending the hospital. Typical long term Consultants in Ireland are earning in excess of 10.000€ net/month (approximately 200.000€ gross/year).
- 31 working days per Year holidays for Consultants+ public holidays (there is 9 in a year).
- 7 study days leave per year to attend conferences or further education for Consultants.
- Up to 3000€ for educational funding for Consultants.
- Lucrative pension scheme included.
Requirements and Qualifications:
- Should be on the Specialist registrar of the Irish Medical Council for Psychiatry. We will help all eligible candidates to get registered with the Irish Medical Council on the Specialist Registrar if he/she has completed his training in Psychiatry inside the European Union. Please take into account that the process can take up to 3-4 months in total.
- Have a very good command of written and spoken English.
- Good motivation to go to Ireland to work as a doctor ASAP if comming from abroad.
4. At least 6-7 years experience in Psychiatry with an interest in Liaison Psychiatry is required (including your training years).
5. Irish and/or UK experience is recommendable although not essential.
All candidates who are interested should send a detailed CV in English ASAP. Extra and more precise information on the job places will be given once we receive the CVs.