2021 Psychiatry Registrar
- : Bendigo Health
- : 29-May-2020
- : Bendigo VIC 3550
Department: Mental Health
Classification: Registrar Year 1 HM25
Salary: as per the EBA
Hours: 86 per fortnight
Status: Fixed Term 5 years commencing February 2021
Would you like to work in an environment that offers a:
- Strong attitude to teaching and supportive staff
- Diverse patient base that are friendly and accepting of people learning
- Excellent clinical exposure across a range of specialties
- 5 or 10 minute commute to get to work
- Dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology
This role is a Psychiatry Registrar training position providing assessment and treatment to patients of Bendigo Health MH Services in alignment with the requirements of the RANZCP training program.
About Bendigo Health
Bendigo Health is a leader in regional health care, combining outstanding services with a strong education, training and personal development culture. With more than 4000 staff we provide health care services to a population of over 306,000 people across the Loddon Mallee Region. At Bendigo Health, we pride ourselves on demonstrating the values of our organisation in our everyday work life - Caring, Passionate & Trustworthy. Our teams are friendly, supportive and thrive on ensuring that we deliver Excellent Care to Every Person, Every Time.
Bendigo is a thriving regional city with a population of close to 110,000. It has a strong supportive community base with good schools and excellent infrastructure making it an ideal location for families wanting to escape the city. It has fantastic restaurants, shops, cultural precincts, sporting facilities and tertiary facilities making it a great city to live and work.
If successful for a position at Bendigo Health you must provide evidence of your full immunisation record as part of the on boarding process.
For further information on the role please refer to the position description
01.MBBS or equivalent degree with current General Registration with AHPRA
02.Acceptance by RANZCP into the Psychiatry Training Program
03.Well-developed clinical skills for the effective assessment and treatment of patients with mental illness.
04.Demonstrated knowledge of the Victorian Mental Health Act 2014
05.Thorough understanding of the relevant legislation pertaining to Medical Officers
06.High level interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to communicate confidently and appropriately with patients and their families and other health professionals
07.Evidence of on-going professional development to continually update personal medical knowledge and skills
08.Ability to effectively use organisational skills (incorporating documentation, time management skills, critical thinking and priority setting)
09.Understanding of the principles of an integrated case management system for service delivery
10.Ability to operate in an environment of change
11.Ability to work as an effective team member in a multi-disciplinary environment as well as independently (under appropriate supervision)
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