Psychiatry Consultant & Registrar Doctors

Contract // nationwideSalary: N/A Experience: 5 Years


Psychiatry Doctors required for Hospitals throughout Ireland


Cpl Healthcare are working in partnership with hospitals throughout Ireland to recruit Psychiatry Doctors (Consultant & Registrars) for contracts and locum positions.

Contracts are available from Jan 2018 for 6 or 12 months in duration with possibility of extension. Locum positions with competitive hourly rates also available.

Vacancy available:

Psychiatry Registrars & Consultants  -General Adult / Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

Salary and contract

  • Salary from €54,771 - €64,498 per annum for Registrar & €120,000 - 160,000 for Consultants
  • Locum vacanacies & rates also available
  • Short and Long term  positions available


  • Excellent training opportunities
  • Competitive overtime
  • Assistance with Visa and Medical council registration (where applicable)
  • Flights and accommodation


  • To be considered candidates must have a minimum of 5 years’ post grad experience in Psychiatry
  • Excellent level of English
  • Irish Medical Council Registration
  • Experience in an English speaking country is an advantage but not essential

For more information please complete the below application form and one of our dedicated recruitment consultants will be in touch as soon as possible to discuss your application.

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