Leadership and Management Lead
RCPsych in Wales
The RCPsych in Wales
currently has a vacancy for Leadership and Management Lead.
There is no job description for this post, however the Terms of
Reference state the following:
- To support and develop
leadership and management in psychiatry
- To promote the centrality
of good clinical leadership and medical management to
effective mental health services
- To advise the Curriculum
Committee on curriculum development and expected competencies for
formal medical management roles, and to support mechanisms for
embedding these competencies into clinical and managerial
- To advise concerning, and
to develop, training approaches to support leadership and
management in psychiatry including with reference to appraisal and
- To promote medical
management in psychiatry as a valuable career choice.
- To develop networks for
medical managers, both current and potential.
The next meeting is on 11
January 2016 and will take place in HQ, Prescot Street,
London. E1 8BB
If you are interested in
more information about this role, please contact Siobhan
The closing date for
expressions of interest is Friday 27 November
Recruitment and Retention Lead
RCPsych in Wales
The RCPsych in Wales currently has a vacancy for Recruitment and
Retention Lead as the current post holder has stood down.
There is no job description for this post but we are looking for an
enthusiastic Consultant member to further the excellent
progress that has been made in Wales around recruitment and
retention. This will involve:
- Leading and co-ordinating, with the assistance of the RCPsych
in Wales Manager, the work of the R&R group over the coming 3
- Maintain and strengthen relationships with medical schools,
universities and 3rd sector organisations with a view to improve
the uptake of recruitment into psychiatry.
For an informal chat about the role, please contact Siobhan
Conway or Dr Ben Shooter via: Siobhan.email@example.com
The closing date for expressions of interest is Friday
27 November 2015.
RCPsych in Wales
The RCPsych in
Wales currently has a vacancy for Workforce Lead as the current
post holders term of office has ended.
The Division Lead for
Workforce should be a Member of the College who has knowledge and
an interest in workforce matters relating to the recruitment and
retention of psychiatrists.
To support the College’s
workforce activity, each College Division will appoint a Workforce
Lead whose principal task is to support and advise the College’s
Workforce Committee through the provision of local intelligence on
workforce issues. The College’s workforce activity is overseen by
the Specialist Adviser for Workforce.
job description is now available to download view and the
closing date for applications/expressions of interest is
Friday 27 November 2015
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
Further information on the work of the
Ombudsman in Wales is available