Our specialisms

Addictions and substance misuse

If you’re looking for a psychiatry role in the addictions and substance misuse field, our expert team of consultants can help. We have roles working with clients in outpatient treatment as well as roles in specialist substance abuse rehabilitation centres, hospitals and clinics.

You can view our latest Addictions and substance misuse psychiatrist jobs here, or register with Pulse.

Children and adolescents

Helping children and adolescents cope with mood and anxiety disorders, the emotional effects of long-term illness and learning disabilities can be extremely rewarding. We have a number of child and adolescent psychiatry roles across a range of healthcare settings.

You can view our latest Child and Adolescent psychiatrist jobs jobs here, or register with Pulse.

Eating disorders

Treating patients suffering from all types of eating disorders, specialists in this field will generally work in conjunction with a specialist multidisciplinary team of expert therapists. We have a range of roles in outpatient, day patient and inpatient settings.

You can view our latest Eating disorder psychiatrist jobs jobs here, or register with Pulse.

Forensic

We have forensic psychiatry roles available across a range of settings including prisons, secure hospitals and the community and within specialist teams such as adolescent forensic psychiatry, forensic learning disability and forensic psychotherapy.

You can view our latest Forensic psychiatrist jobs jobs here, or register with Pulse.

General adult

A wide range of disorders are treated within this specialism including Huntington’s Disease, psychoses such as schizophrenia, severe or difficult to treat depressive illness, and personality disorders. We have a number of roles in this field which will require working as an integral part of a multidisciplinary team.

You can view our latest General adult psychiatry jobs here, or register with Pulse.

Learning disabilities

Most specialist mental healthcare for people with learning disabilities is delivered in community settings although there are specialist inpatient facilities for people with very severe challenging behaviour. We have a number of roles available in this complex and interesting specialism.

You can view our latest Learning disabilities psychiatrist jobs here, or register with Pulse.

Old age

Psychiatric services for older people have evolved significantly in recent years. This specialism focuses strongly on community care, developing memory, liaison psychiatry and improving acute inpatient services. We currently have a number of old age psychiatry roles across a range of healthcare settings.

You can view our latest Old age psychiatrist jobs here, or register with Pulse.

A team you can rely on

We’re pleased to have been awarded approved supplier status by the Crown Commercial Service (CSS), HealthTrust Europe (HTE) and the London Procurement Partnership (LPP). We are also on the NHS Collaborative Procurement Partnership (CPP) National Clinical Staffing Framework Agreement. These accreditations recognise our commitment to supplying highly-qualified candidates and our dedication to quality and compliance. To read more about our awards, click here.

As well as working for an agency with 20 years’ experience and an industry-leading reputation for the highest standards of quality and compliance, you’ll benefit from:

  • Competitive pay rates
  • Access to psychiatry positions that are exclusive to Pulse Psychiatry
  • A full briefing process and interview preparation if required
  • Dedicated revalidation and appraisal service
  • Daily and weekly payroll
  • Rewarding recommendation and loyalty schemes
  • A dedicated and responsive specialist consultant