Break into prison healthcare!
Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding role?
Do you want to lead and improve mental health services for a vulnerable population?
Then look no further…
We’re looking for a Psychiatrist to support the Head of Healthcare, based at HMP Lindholme
What will you be doing?
This is an exciting time to join HMP Lindholme with the delivery of our integrated mental health specification which is improving care to the prison population.
As the Psychiatrist for HMP Lindholme, you’ll provide dynamic leadership of the mental health professionals on site. You will be pivotal in engaging the mental health workforce to support the delivery of the organisation’s objectives, ensuring the provision of an effective high quality mental health workforce within the available resources.
As the Psychiatrist, you’ll support the Regional Mental Health Lead in shaping the policies and strategies for developing and modernising mental health practice throughout the Yorkshire Region in order to ensure high quality, safe and appropriate healthcare services for our patients.
Salary and Benefits
This is a part time role, working 20 hours per week. The hours would be 2 days 8am – 5pm with a 1 hour lunch and 1 day 8am – 12noon. We are flexible on the days per week you would wish to work.
Salary for this role is £72,829 per annum (this salary is already pro rata)
You will be required to cover annual leave / sickness either in person or via telephone support to HMP Doncaster and Moorlands.
Please note that this role is subject to Care UK Terms & Conditions and offers of employment are subject to satisfactory receipt of references, enhanced DBS check and prison vetting.
About Care UK
Care UK is the Health in Justice Market leader, providing healthcare services to offenders across the country. Our model of care is our Wellbeing Approach – an integrated, comprehensive approach in recognition of the fact prisoners are a socially-excluded group with healthcare needs which are complex and often associated with poor outcomes. It adopts the premise no single health/wellbeing factor can be taken in isolation of other motivational issues which might impact a person’s care.