Substance Misuse / Addictions Consultant Psychiatrist

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Athona’s Psychiatry division is currently recruiting for a new locum opportunity based in Scotland. You will be working as a Substance Misuse/Addictions Consultant Psychiatrist for an NHS Trust. The role will be commencing ASAP for 1 month initially, with a high chance of extending on a long term basis. The proposed hours of work for this role are full-time, Monday-Friday, 40 hours per week, including on-calls. The role will be predominately positioned in a addictions unit, that requires an individual who has: Approved Clinician status / section 12 approval Relevant previous experience working in this type of position Full GMC registration Enhanced DBS By joining Athona you will not only receive exclusive positions, but will also benefit from: A dedicated platinum-awarded compliance team Industry-leading Revalidation and Appraisal support Training & development assistance with a CPD contribution Referral incentives Athona’s Psychiatry division is a market-leader in the recruitment of mental health doctors. As a preferred supplier to the NHS and private sector, we hold many exclusive contracts across the UK -giving you priority access to the best psychiatrist jobs around. Did you know we also have a dedicated permanent team so can offer you the best substantive roles? The team can also help if you’re based overseas and looking for a new psychiatrist position in the UK. Get in touch today to find out more.

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