Please note that this job is NOT approved as a College recognised training post at this time.
SHO/Registrar in Psychiatry
Saint John of God Community Mental Health Services
Job Posted: Monday, 30 August 2021
Deadline: Friday, 3 September 2021
Fixed term full-time contract until 5 November 2021.
This post will be in the area of general adult inpatient and community psychiatry. The post would be an ideal opportunity if you are interested in entering or enhancing a career in psychiatry and expanding your experience by working in a top class clinical and academic environment. You will be well supported by multidisciplinary colleagues. Cluain Mhuire is a teaching centre for RCSI and SHO’s/Registrars will have the opportunity to teach with successful applicants being expected to participate fully in the active teaching programme and also expected to participate in clinical audit whilst being supported to carry out original research as well as gaining postgraduate examinations and higher degrees.
A degree in medicine is a basic requirement and experience in psychiatry is desirable. All applicants must be currently registered with the Irish Medical Council (IMC). Candidates must also ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria with regard to immigration status, English language skills and the minimum educational entry criteria for the speciality and level as set out in the specification. A Garda vetting process will be carried out on successful candidates.
Location: Cluain Mhuire, Newtownpark Avenue, Blackrock, Co Dublin
Cluain Mhuire is a national center of innovation in public mental health service provision delivering a community based adult Psychiatric service for the South East Coast of Co. Dublin to a catchment area of some 172,000 people approximately.
It aspires to provide best outcomes for those presenting with mental disorders and has pioneered, piloted and mainstreamed Ireland’s first early intervention in psychosis programme (www.detect.ie) as well as developing one of the first Dialectical Behaviour Therapy programmes and the National Gender Service.
The service is vibrant with many innovative clinical initiatives and provides excellent training and research opportunities. The area has easy access to the many amenities of Dublin City Centre and Dun Laoghaire plus a variety of excellent local facilities.
Dr Larkin Feeney
Tel: 01 217 2100