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Staff Specialist in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Employer: Hunter Valley Unit Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
Location: Hunter Valley, NSW
  Permanent Full Time 1.0FTE $234,556 p.a.
We are looking for an experienced consultant to provide clinical management and treatment of CAMHS patients. Candidates must have Fellowship of the RANZCP or equivalent as provided for in the Staff Specialist’s State Award.
About you
The ideal candidate will be looking for an opportunity to:
  • Provide clinical services to inpatient and on call specialty services as required by Hunter New England Local Health District (HNELHD)
  • Provide undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, research and supervision
  • Participate in quality activities, professional development and continuing education
 About the service
CAMHS is a Hunter region provider for mental health services for identified young people (0-17 years) in the public sector. CAMHS provides a range of specialist mental health services in both community and inpatient settings with a view to optimising mental health outcomes.
HNELHD is recognised as a leader and innovator in the health care industry. We recognise that working together in a values based organisation with a focus on "excellence - every patient, every time" supports us in achieving improved outcomes for our employees and the community.
About the area
Newcastle is located two hours North of Sydney, NSW and is a modern city that also boasts a rich heritage and stunning coastline. There are excellent educational facilities, sporting, recreational and lifestyle options on offer – find out more by clicking on the link below
Apply now:
Contact: Enquiries:
Dr Brendan Flynn, Director Medical Services, Mental Health Hunter New England
Ph: +61 (0)2 4033 5160 email:
Applications and Information:
Jessica Glover, Senior Medical Recruitment Consultant
Ph: 02 6767 7063 email:
Closing date: 24 January 2019
Reference no.: 155607

Date posted:

22 November 2018