Psychiatry Registrar’s and SHO’s
We would like to invite applications from doctors with a strong interest and experience in Psychiatry to apply for Registrar and SHO level positions in hospitals all across Ireland.
The registrar is responsible for providing frontline and hands-on care for a wide variety of patients within the Psychiatry Department. Not only does the registrar provide lifesaving medical care, they are also responsible for guiding and training the junior staff (SHO’s). On-call duties are also required for Psychiatry Registrars which allow the individuals to take full responsibility and gain valuable experience in their speciality. The Senior House Officer (SHO) is responsible for diagnosing and treating the patient and ensuring that duties and functions are undertaken in a manner that prioritises safety and well being of patients.
Taking on this position enables a highly motivated experienced medical professional to develop new skills and to apply their extensive knowledge in a challenging but worthwhile and exciting environment.
Ideal candidates will have completed one of the following:
- Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (UK) (MRCPsych)
- The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
- Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatry
- IMC registration
- Relevant qualifications
- 3 + years Psychiatry experience
- Previous research in clinical specialities with a number of publications
- Irish or UK experience desirable
- Excellent English skills (IELTS certificate with an overall band score of 7.0 or OET certificate with an overall band score of B)
In order to practice medicine in Ireland, it is necessary to be registered with the Irish Medical Council (IMC). For further information on how to register with the IMC follow the link www.medicalcouncil.ie
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