Overview

We are looking for an enthusiastic, and motivated CT LAS doctor to join our outstanding inpatient Service.

This post would be ideally suited for a doctor, who has a minimum of 2 years experience in clinical practice, and is interested working in a Trust grade position in psychiatry.

 

A successful candidates would have the option of continuing ongoing work in a Trust grade position, or considering the option of applying for Specialty Training in Psychiatry in the future, a separate career path would be progression as a Trust Grade doctor working toward the goal of gaining Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR) via Article 14 route once required experience can be evidenced.

 

There are a number of potential CT LAS potential posts are available, meaning that a successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a variety of different settings and locations, with flexibility to work in a post aligned to your area of interest.

 

 

 

This incoming consultant will join an established in patient team, and would be particularly suited for a consultant with an interest in management of Personality Disorder, in addition to other acute psychiatric presentations.

 

At ELFT, and we are proud of our field leading Quality Improvement and excellent leadership development support, which put improving care and developing staff at the core of what we do.

We work closely with the Institute of Health Improvement, and partner across the BLMK STP system to drive innovations in healthcare, and staff are actively encouraged to engage and lead transformation work.

 

Bedfordshire and Luton sit at the heart of the three counties in the rolling Chilterns, which have been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. The area boasts a multitude of picturesque villages, and outstanding Ofsted rated state and independent schools, with St Albans, Hitchin and Berkhamsted, (Sunday Times Best Place to Live 2019), all a short distance away.

 

Bedfordshire and Luton are very well connected, with frequent direct trains to central London which can be reached in just over half an hour. The M1 and M25 are easily accessible, and Luton Airport enables direct links to cities across mainland Europe, and beyond. If you are looking to relocate when you join us, we can also offer you support with this.

 

We offer support to new consultant though our buddying scheme , enabling you access to practical and mentoring support when you need it.

 

We recognise the importance of work like balance and encourage flexible working. Talk to us about your needs and we can adjust your job plan to accommodate this.

 

ELFT is a teaching trust, with many opportunities to teach medical student from Cambridge University and supervise Core and Higher Trainees from East of England Deanery.

 

ELFT actively support academic and clinical with close links with WHO affiliated research centre the Unit for Social and Community Psychiatry, part of Queen Mary and CLAHRC research network. Colleagues with an interest in research are actively encouraged and supported to engage with this.

 

If you have any questions or would like to discuss this vacancy further please don’t hesitate to get in touch to arrange an informal conversation.

 

Clinical Director- Dr Guy Thompson; [email protected], mob 07968946060

EA- [email protected], 01525 638539

 

 

For further details / informal visits contact:

Name Guy THOMPSON

Email address [email protected]

Telephone number 020 8510 8250