• Full time
  • Permanent
  • Onsite working

Posted 3 weeks ago, 23 Jun | Get your application in now before you miss out!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: 76246e5b6fdd44f49055d6de1f1d5363

Full Job Description

Essex is a great county, where you can enjoy beautiful countryside villages, historical towns, stunning waterfronts, and quiet coastlines, while easily commuting into London.
Essex services have a culture of continual learning and development. Several service development and QI initiatives are being progressed.
You will be expected to:
· Work as part of multidisciplinary teams providing care to children and young people with mental health needs, across Mid Essex.
· Provide senior medical support and guidance to the team
· Work directly with young people and their families and liaise as appropriate with other external CAMHS mental health providers and acute hospitals
· Participate in the on-call rota frequency is currently 1:7, with a 2% of basic salary, Category B on-call supplement (pro-rata).
· Support your peers and team leader and be an effective team member whilst allowing them to work with their own initiative.
· Work alongside another 2wte CAMHS Consultant Psychiatrists.
· Commit to collaborative working, actively supporting, and liaising with other health and social professionals, and agencies., 1. To be responsible for organising and prioritising own and others workload in the day-today
allocation of work.
2. To deputise when required in the team manager's absence and delegate appropriately to other medical staff.
3. To have organisational knowledge relating to Trust protocols and procedures and adhere to them.
4. To be responsible for providing accurate records of information required by the Trust for audit purposes.
5. To ensure effective risk management at team level by accident/incident reporting, assessing, and controlling risk and ensuring residual risks are added to the Trust's risk register.
To be successful in your application, you will need:
· To demonstrate that your values are in line with that of NELFT's values,
· To be innovative, motivated, and passionate about Child and Adolescent mental health care,
· Essential understanding of current developments in mental health care,
· To be a team player
NELFT Benefits:
· Relocation expenses
· Career Development and training
· Just & Compassionate Culture
· Award winning Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion initiatives
· Vivup employee benefits platform and salary sacrifice scheme
· Salary Finance and Financial Wellbeing support
· Employee Assistance Programme
· Health & Wellness initiatives
· 11 Staff Networks including parents & carers network, ethnic minorities network, LGBT+ network and Disability network to name a few
· Retail Discounts
· Flexible working and agile working

· Full GMC registration with a licence to practice
· CCT or equivalent
· Section 12 Approval or eligibility for it
· Approved Clinician status, or eligibility for it
· Inclusion in, or eligibility for inclusion in the Specialist Register or within 6 months of obtaining CCST

Joining #TeamNELFT means you'll become part of a welcoming and supportive working environment. We're CQC rated Good, and we want you to join us on the journey towards an Outstanding rating. NELFT has sites across North East London, Essex, Kent and Medway. We provide community and mental healthcare services to adults and children within these areas.
The Trust has award winning equality and diversity initiatives and staff health and wellbeing activities. We invest heavily in your development, because when you are valued and supported, we provide the best care to our patients. We are a Level 3 Disability Confident Leader, have been featured in the Working Families Top 10 Employers benchmark for three consecutive years, and we have achieved a Carers UK Level 1 Accreditation. Along with our staff networks and training opportunities, we work hard to embed a just and compassionate culture here at NELFT.
Find out more about NELFT careers and what makes our Trust a great place to work, in this video, Why NELFT?
NELFT is an award-winning community and mental health Trust, providing healthcare for over 4.9 million people, ensuring our patients, family and friends feel confident that their health needs are met. We are committed to delivering the best care to the communities we serve across North East London, Essex and Kent.
With an excellent reputation for research and development, our skilled healthcare professionals are at the cutting edge of evidence-based innovation, opening up the possibilities for better ways of working and delivery of care. Joining us will provide you with unparalleled access to training opportunities, continuous CPD, peer support groups, and a robust supervision and appraisal system.
We are currently recruiting to a CAMHS Consultant Psychiatrist position in the Chelmsford CAMHS Team (Mid Essex), which is split between Stapleford House, Stapleford Close, Chelmsford CM2 0QX and Harkenwell Clinic, Wantz Chase, Maldon, CM9 5DN., For more information, hear directly from our clinicians in Redbridge, by accessing this video link: Working for NELFT in our Essex Medical Directorate
We encourage you to view our Trust website and read the news stories, which will give you more information about the breadth of the organisation and our innovative services. Please visit or
Please also view our social media pages to get an insight into life at #TeamNELFT.
Twitter: @NELFT / NELFTCareers
LinkedIn: NELFT NHS Foundation Trust | LinkedIn
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We believe in bringing your authentic and best self to work, in order to deliver the best care to our patients. We are committed to supporting our employees holistically. Here is a snapshot of what is on offer at NELFT:
+ A long-standing and award-winning approach to equality and diversity with supportive networks for ethnic minority staff, staff with disabilities or long term/chronic conditions and LGBT staff.
+ A commitment to supporting colleagues to achieve a work life balance, through flexible working opportunities and our efforts to support our working parents and carers. This has resulted in us being recognised as a 'Top 10 Family Friendly Employer' from the Working Families Charity.
+ Proactive health and wellbeing support, including access to our employee assistance programme, staff psychological support, individual wellbeing conversations and a network of health and wellbeing ambassadors.

As a flexible working friendly organisation, we want to be sure that you can work in a way that is best for us and for our patients, and for you. Speak to us about how we might be able to accommodate a flexible working arrangement whether that's a job share, part time hours or another flexible pattern.
Supporting our Armed Forces
We recognise the valuable contribution that the Armed Forces community make to our organisation. We have signed the Armed Forces Covenant and achieved Gold Award under the Armed Forces Employer Recognition Scheme. We have supportive policies, guaranteed interview schemes for veterans. reservists and military spouses and give additional leave to our Reservists so that they can attend their annual camp.
Equal opportunities employer
We are committed to equal opportunities and diversity and positively encourage applications from all sections of the community regardless of any protected characteristic.
We are a Disability Confident employer and have made the pledge to commit to employing more people with disabilities. If you require this application in another format i.e. Braille or audio tape please contact the recruitment team on or email [email protected].
Correspondence with us
You are advised to regularly check your emails (including any junk mail/spam folders) for correspondence related to this post.
In the event of a high number of responses to any advert, NELFT reserves the right to close the vacancy early. If you do not hear from us within three weeks of the closing date then please assume you have not been successful on this occasion.