SMMGP - Substance Misuse Management Good Practice

Substance Misuse Management Good Practice

Supporting good practice in drug and alcohol treatment

Job Advert 189
Addaction Hartlepool
Substance Misuse Doctor

Job Title: Substance Misuse Doctor (Ref: 1074)
Project: Hartlepool Specialist Prescribing Service
Location: Whitby Street, Hartlepool TS24 7AB
Category: Permanent
Salary Grade: CL3-CL4
Full Time Equivalent Salary: £61,538-£82,423 (pro rata if part time)
Contracted Hours Per Week: up to 37.5 (Negotiable)
Normal Hours: 5 days over Saturday to Sunday

At Addaction Hartlepool we are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic substance misuse doctor to join our busy clinical team.

Working as part of our busy clinical team you will provide clinical services to service users including substitute prescribing, promoting physical, mental and emotional well-being as part of recovery. You will provide effective and efficient clinics delivering high standards of clinical care to substance misusers in accordance with up-to-date, evidence based professional practice treatment, and work with partner agencies providing recovery co-ordination.

Confident and motivated, highly organised, able to adapt to change and an effective team player, you'll have excellent written and oral communication skills and the desire to enable people to make positive changes in their lives. Hours can be negotiated with the successful candidate.

For more information please contact:

Zoe Davis
Tel: 07734 882 151

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The closing date for applications is Wednesday 15 February 2017.

This advert was first added to the site 03-Feb-2017.

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