Do you crave an alternative to the daily commute? Are you often stuck in motorway traffic or on an overcrowded train, dreaming of something else? Consider starting afresh in the beautiful setting of North Wales, where your journey to work is more likely to feature stunning beaches, open countryside and mountain views.


If you’re a CAMHS Consultant Psychiatrist, looking for your next challenge, come and join our talented and friendly team of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists. Working collaboratively across North Wales with integrated and dynamic multi-disciplinary teams, covering every aspect of Community CAMHS.


The newly established Medical School based in Bangor University will provide additional possibilities for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is the largest health organisation in Wales, providing a full range of primary, community, mental health and acute hospital services for a population of around 678,000 people across the six counties of North Wales. Stretching from Wrexham in the East and along the coast to the mountains of Snowdonia in the West. Being close to the cities of Chester, Liverpool and Manchester we like to think that we have something for everyone.

Opportunities exist in the following areas.


West Area – Gwynedd and Anglesey Community CAMHS

Central Area – Conwy and Denbighshire Community CAMHS

East Area – Wrexham and Flintshire Community CAMHS


Candidates are encouraged to call for an informal discussion about the roles.



We are happy to facilitate socially distanced visits to the bases and the North Wales area with prior arrangement.


Generous packages including re-location are offered to the best applicants and flexible working options including home working will be considered where possible.


Closing date for Applications 12th October 2020


Interview date 13th November 2020

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameDr Helen FitzpatrickJob titleConsultantEmail [email protected] number01492 851949 Ex 957Additional contact information

Candidates are encouraged to call for an informal discussion about the roles.