Are you a dedicated Later Life Psychiatrist looking for a part time opportunity in Bristol?
An opportunity has arisen for a dedicated part time older people’s consultant seeing patients with functional illness in the Bristol Assessment & Recovery Service. The post is for community work only.
AWP is a large mental health trust dedicated to the delivery of high quality clinical care. We are an exciting and innovative NHS organisation with performance and service improvement high on our agenda.
Bristol Mental Health Services are dynamic and continually transforming to meet the needs of the growing city population. Mental health care in Bristol is nationally recognised as innovative, clinically led, and user focused. This is an fantastic opportunity to be a clinical leader at the forefront of shaping mental health services.
Bristol has radically redesigned services where local clinicians, service users and carers have a strong voice to influence and improve service delivery through co-production and strategic roles. The successful candidates will be encouraged to be involved in service leadership and management.
Having recently been rated as the UKs most desirable place to live 2017, Bristol is a lively, yet laid back city, mixing rich maritime heritage with an innovative dynamic culture. It has many desirable areas to live and a highly rated education system. Bristol has a thriving city centre, mixed with many quirky areas, which boast a huge choice of bars, restaurants and shops. It has acres of parkland and is packed with award winning attractions and is host to many events, making it an exciting place to live. Bristol has strong transport links being close to the M4 and M5 motorway, it has two railway stations, several park and ride schemes and an international airport. It is also the UKs first cycling city.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Dr Jayne Kerridge, Later Life Medical Lead