Consultant in Old Age Psychiatry

Location
Isle of Man (GB) (IM)
Salary
£83,270 - £144,486 per annum (10 PAs)
Posted
15 Oct 2020
Closes
12 Nov 2020
Ref
DOH&-010951
Career Level
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Contact Details

Consultant careers at Noble's Hospital in the Isle of Man

About the role and our team

We are looking to appoint a knowledgeable, driven and forward-thinking Consultant in Old Age Psychiatry to join our team on the Isle of Man.

You’ll have the opportunity to work across a variety of settings including our inpatient ward, community mental health team and general hospital. You’ll play a key role in developing seamless clinical care for older people’s mental health and be part of the development of the transformation programme of integrated care.

You’ll join our supportive multidisciplinary team who are responsible for Older Persons Mental Health, both in the community and the inpatient setting at Manannan Court. You will be working alongside a dedicated clinical leadership team which ensures that service users receive the highest standard of quality care.

If you have a passion for providing psychiatric support to older people in the Island’s community and work with a strong clinical leadership team, then this role could be for you!

What can this role offer me?

By joining us you’ll be stepping away from NHS pressures and demands, as the Islands healthcare system is similar but separate to the UK NHS.

We strongly encourage personal and professional development - you’ll have access to our in-house Education and Training Centre with a simulation suite and library situated at Noble’s Hospital. We recognise the need for all medical staff on the Island to maintain connections with medicine in the United Kingdom, and we provide generous study Leave with pay and expenses to attend approved conferences and workshops.

This is a fantastic opportunity to make a significant impact on how services are delivered and how staff are developed to ensure excellent care for individuals with serious mental health problems and their families.

The Isle of Man has been praised for its effective response to the global pandemic. Currently, due to the lack of cases in the community, people on the Island are enjoying a life free of social distancing regulations.

About the Island and relocating

Here you can enjoy a fantastic quality of life, and an excellent work-life balance! There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities; so if you like walking, mountain biking, sailing or kayaking, you’ll have lots of places to explore!

There are also lots of great cafes, bars and restaurants, and you can enjoy the Islands’ real sense of community. The island is well connected to the UK, and you’ll also benefit from low income tax rates (20% maximum rate).

If you are relocating or returning to the Island, you can also benefit from the Insurance Holiday Scheme, which allows you to apply for a refund on your NI contributions for your 1st year of living here. To see how this scheme could benefit you, and to find out more about relocating to the Isle of Man, visit www.locate.im

Interview expenses and a relocation package of up to £7000 based on receipts is available for this role.

Additional information

Please note an enhanced with barring police check is required for this post, which the Department will cover the cost of for you.

A driving licence and access to your own vehicle is required for this role.

How to find out more and apply

For more information please see the attached job description and person specification, alternatively contact Dr Chris Jagus on 01624 642879 or Chris.Jagus@gov.im or Mr Kelvin Rossiter on 01624 642849.

A provisional interview date of Tuesday 1 December 2020 has been set for shortlisted applicants, however this is subject to change.

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