NWMH Psychiatry HMO - 2021
NorthWestern Mental Health is one of the largest publicly funded providers of mental health services in Australia. We are located in Melbourne, which has been declared the most liveable city in the world for seven years running. While we have always employed HMOs either directly or via RMH, Western Health, or Northern Health, we have more recently moved to actively recruiting HMOs who have a clear interest in joining the RANZCP Psychiatry training program in their future training.
These positions are a wonderful opportunity to work in Psychiatry Inpatient Units or Community teams . We will. .
. welcome you as part of a caring, multi-disciplinary team to work with people with challenging and complex mental health presentations. You WILL make a difference to the lives of the people with whom you work.
give you opportunities to develop your career, include you in decision making, value your ideas and support you for success. support you in a diverse, multi-site organisation with strong industry and academic partnerships and a reputation for excellence in clinical leadership. encourage you to then apply to join Psychiatry training as a First Year Registrar in the following years training program with RANZCP.
We are looking for an open-minded, passionate and dynamic Psychiatry HMO to join our team. This could be Full Time ( contracted at 38 hours per week) or Part-Time position, with regular on-call out of hours duties. The position will be based at any of our four large adult Area Mental Health Services, Inner West, Mid West, North West and Northern, or Orygen Youth Mental Health Service.
A career in Psychiatry with NorthWestern Mental Health will provide you with countless opportunities to expand your skills and knowledge, network with like-minded individuals and become a pivotal part of change in Mental Health in a challenging and rewarding role. Further your career with a passionate, dynamic and experienced team of Registrars, Consultants and mental health clinicians working in multi-disciplinary teams across our service. Assist Senior Medical Staff to provide excellent clinical care to our consumers and carers.
Attend local training opportunities, such as Grand Rounds, journal clubs, other education sessions and foundation interview skills tutes. Be part of research and training opportunities depending on your area of interest. Receive a variety of opportunities to work across rotations at Acute Inpatient Units, Integrated Adult Community mental health teams and residential rehabilitation units (PARCs & CCUs).
Please see attached FACT SHEET and POSITION DESCRIPTION for more information, plus get to know more about NorthWestern MH in general at www.nwmh.org.
au and medical careers at nwmh.org.au/careers/medical-careers We are a diverse workforce that is reflective of the community we care for.
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