Psychiatrist jobs - Paragona


Discover vacant psychiatrist jobs for EU medical professionals



Discover job options for psychiatry specialists in Norway and Sweden at university and regional public hospitals. By applying with us you can expect to have full support during the recruitment, language training & relocation process. The job offers are addressed to General Psychiatrists and Psychiatrists with special interests in:









We are proud to cooperate with the public university and local hospitals, which are located in several south and central regions of Sweden such as: 

  • Vastragotaland: Gothenburg, Skovde, Boras, Kungalv
  • Vastmanland: Vasteras and Koping
  • Sormland: Nykoping and Katrineholm
  • Kalmar
  • Blekinge
  • Ostergotland: Norrkoping
  • Jonkoping: Eksjo
  • Gavleborg: Gavle and Hudiksvall

South & Central parts of Sweden is renowned for its stunning nature, high-level infrastructure and close proximity to international airports making it a top destination for healthcare professionals across the globe.

We offer:


  • Permanent contract
  • Attractive salary
  • Adaptation period upon arrival
  • Intensive, free of charge online language course with the monthly stipend 1000 euros
  • Online language course for spouses
  • Support with authorisation of your specialisation in Sweden
  • Support with finding an apartment, schools, kindergartens and relocation
  • Excellent opportunities to develop your career and research


We offer stable positions in psychiatric clinics in which close cooperation with other units including an emergency care, outpatient care and inpatient care is a regular practice.  You are going to continuously improve & develop your skills, thus encouraging the prestige growth & development of the clinic. Swedish psychiatric clinics are self-sufficient facilities where paramount focus on treatment, quality and knowledge in provision of good mental health care to patients is a must.   

As a psychiatrist, your duties will include:

  • Coordinating compulsory care of the patients in a unit in accordance with the Compulsory Mental Care Act,
  • Assess and screen patients by conducting psychiatric evaluations, including interviews, medical histories, physical exams & observations,
  • Responding to referral letters as well as care and treatment planning in collaboration with other care units,
  • Contributing to the development of a clinic with a great focus on medical quality control,
  • Preparing materials for professional & clinic development in order to maintain and improve the patients' and the employer's satisfaction,
  • Helping  director of a clinic with planning and development of the unit's operations,
  • Taking part in the supervision of internal and resident physicians and students,
  • Contributing to a clinic's budget control,
  • Being part of a clinic's standby services,
  • Taking part in a clinic’s medical team.


Please contact us for job descriptions and more details!


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