An exciting opportunity has arisen within our Specialist Eating Disorder Service for an experienced and enthusiastic clinician to join our dynamic multi-disciplinary team to help deliver a high quality effective service to individuals with Eating Disorders.
You will be joining a very experienced, multi-disciplinary team of nurses, psychotherapists, psychologists, dietitians, occupational therapists and medical staff. Although, you will be part of the Adult Eating Disorder Team, you will work closely with colleagues in Specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, Adult Primary and Adult Community Mental Health Teams to ensure that individuals experience a seamless and co-ordinated approach to their care.
Interested individuals will also be enthusiastic, motivated and committed to driving forwards the continued development of the Specialist Eating Disorder Service.
Main duties of the job
The main duties of this role include managing a caseload, providing assessment and intervention, care coordination, advice and consultation to colleagues in primary and secondary care.
The ability to speak Welsh is desirable but not essential. English and/or Welsh speakers are equally welcome to apply.
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Job description Job responsibilities
You will be able to find a full job description and person specification attached within the supporting documents or please click Apply now to view in Trac.
Person Specification Qualifications Essential
- registered mental health qualification
- significant post qualification clinical experience
- experience of working with people with eating disorders
- CTP experience
- understanding of clinical governance
- supervision of junior staff or students
- managing a small group of staff
- experience of training staff
- experience of working independently and setting own priorities
- knowledge of eating disorders
- competent at clinical assessment
- skilled at designing and delivering packages of care
- competent at working therapeutically with service user and family/carer
- partnership working across various different teams and agencies
- skilled at writing assessment reports
- detailed knowledge of health legislation and current practice
- highly effective written and oral communication skills
- ability to reflect on and critically appraise own performance and develop new methods of working
- Welsh Speaker
- awareness of an evidence based psychotherapy i.e. CBTe, SSCM, etc and experience of group work
- training and presentation skills
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