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RCPsych in Wales

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Vacancies

 

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Chair, Faculty of General Adult Psychiatry

RCPsych in Wales

 

The above post is now vacant. 

The Faculty Chair will lead the Faculty in Wales, represent RCPsych in Wales at the Central Executive Committee of the Faculty and represent the Faculty on the Executive Committee of the RCPsych in Wales. The outgoing (interim) Chair has worked hard over the past 

 to develop the Faculty in Wales.  It now has a functioning Executive Committee  and has set priorities for the coming 2 years.  To see the minutes of the last meeting, please contact sconway@rcpsych.ac.uk.

 

The job description is now available to download and the closing date is Friday 20 March 2015.  Expressions of interest to sconway@rcpsych.ac.uk

 

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Vice Chair, Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry

RCPsych in Wales

 

The above post will become vacant from March 2015. 

The Vice Chair will assist the Faculty Chair in conducting the business of the Faculty in Wales and to maintain close contact with Faculty members to ensure completion of follow-up work between meetings.  

 

The job description is now available to download and the closing date for applications is Friday 20 March 2015.  Expressions of interest to sconway@rcpsych.ac.uk

 

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EXTERNAL VACANCIES

 

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Clinical Advisors to the Public Service Ombudsman for Wales

In conducting investigations into complaints about Health Services, the Public Ombudsman for Wales needs to take professional advice from clinicians with appropriate knowledge and experience.  To date, this has usually been obtained from a central pool of advisers administered by the Health Service Ombudsman in England.  The Public Service Ombudsman for Wales is now seeking to obtain much more of the advice from within Wales.

Further information on the work of the Ombudsman in Wales is available here.

 

 

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Head of Specialty Training School, Psychiatry

(Associate Dean)

Wales deanery

The Wales Deanery ( School of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education) is looking to recruit a Head of Specialty Training School for Psychiatry to provide a strategic role in the delivery and quality management of specialty training in Psychiatry across the Wales Deanery.

This individual will provide expert advice, support and strategic input to all stakeholders associated with delivering high quality postgraduate training in the specialty across Wales.

As the public face of Psychiatry postgraduate medical education and training in Wales, the post holder will be required to liaise with and maintain good working relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.

Interview Date – TBC

Contract type – Ongoing

Salary: Grade D6 (£72,205 - £93,742 per annum, pro rata for hours worked) – 2 sessions

Date Advert Posted: 

Closing Date:  Extended - tbc

For further information please visit Cardiff University website

 

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