Would you like to work in a well-run, informal and stimulating environment? If so, you may well be our new colleague. As a medical specialist in our organisation, you will be working with the consultant, visiting and treating hospitalised patients as well as patients linked to our Community Mental Health Services programme. You will be part of either the Community Mental Health Services or the psychiatric department in Esbjerg, and you will be working as an attending physician in a 7-shift on call system from your residence. About us The Mental Health Services in Esbjerg, consists of recently expanded Community Mental Health Services with 3 centres within the receiving area. Additionally, there are 6 psychiatric wards with a total of 96 beds. At present, the staff of the department comprises 20 consultants and 21 junior doctors. The department • places emphasis on education through daily conferences, weekly doctors’ meetings and Thursday teaching sessions • participates in the training of medical students • grants time off with pay for relevant courses. The Mental Health Services in Esbjerg are housed in modern, well-furnished and well-run buildings, close to both motorway and rail connections. Your qualifications • specialist psychiatrist • broad psychiatric experience and, ideally, experience with geriatric psychiatry • a team player/good social skills • flair for foreign languages We offer • assistance with practical issues when you need to apply for Danish authorisation as a medical specialist, and with your Danish work and residence permits • free, intensive language lessons for you and your partner • a professional mentor at the workplace • assistance in finding a temporary residence and to help find a school for your children, etc. Pay and employment conditions Employment will be offered on the basis of the applicable collective bargaining agreement. CV and motivation letter in English language can be send to email@example.com You can call recruitment consultant Jørgen Uldall-Ekman for more information on: +45 72223359 Thank you for your interest. _____________________________________________________________ The Region of Southern Denmark is one of five regions in Denmark that manage the Danish Health Care system. The Region has 18 somatic hospitals, works in the field of free medical help in collaboration with 800 established medical doctors and is responsible for the mental health services of the citizens with psychiatric illnesses. The entire budget is 2.7 billion Euros and employs 25,000 employees.