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Australia

All regions

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ACT

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New South Wales

Postgraduate Fellow in Cardiothoracic Surgery (Hunter New England)
VMO General, VMO Vascular, and VMO ENT Surgeon (Wagga Wagga)
Unaccredited Orthopaedic Registrar (Sydney)
Orthopaedic Surgeons (Clarence Valley)

Northern Territory

General Surgeon (Darwin)
Director of Surgical Services (Darwin)

Queensland

Director Surgical and Acute Care Services (South Brisbane)
Staff Specialist or Senior Staff Specialist (General Surgery) (Townsville)

South Australia

No listing

Tasmania

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Victoria

Head, Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery (Clayton)
General Surgeon (Werribee)

Western Australia

No listing

New Zealand

General and Breast Surgeon (New Zealand)
General Surgeon - Colorectal (New Zealand)
General Surgeon (Hastings)
Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer in Surgery and Consultant Neurosurgeon (Otago, NZ)
Consultant General Surgeon (New Plymouth)
Paediatric Surgeon (New Zealand)
Consultant General Surgeon (sub-speciality in breast) (Lower Hutt)
Consultant Urologist (Wellington)

International

Senior Clinical Fellow in Vascular Surgery (United Kingdom)


24 May 2016

General and Breast Surgeon
New Zealand

An opportunity exists for full time, permanent, qualified General and Breast Surgeon to join our team of General Surgery Specialists from January 2017. This position requires that you have had Breast sub speciality training.

You must be prepared to have a general surgical as well as sub specialty caseload and to participate in the on call acute roster.

You will pride yourself on providing a high standard of clinical practice and expertise to the patients under your care. The successful candidate will be a team player, clear communicator who is willing and able to assist with the supervision and instruction of junior medical staff within the service.

You must hold FRACS in General Surgery, or equivalent, and hold, or be eligible to hold, Vocational (specialist) Registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand.

The General Surgery Department primarily provides a secondary level service for acute and elective General Surgical patients in the Wellington region.

Generous leave entitlements and CME allowance are available. CCDHB also assists with Medical Council registration, immigration requirements and can provide relocation assistance.

For more on this great opportunity, please contact Sean Hill, SMO Recruitment Advisor, sean.hill@ccdhb.org.nz or on +64 4 806 2552.


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24 May 2016

General Surgeon - Colorectal
New Zealand

An opportunity exists for a qualified General Surgeon and Colorectal Surgeon to join our team of General Surgery Specialists. You must have completed colorectal sub speciality training and an interest in pelvic floor assessment is highly desirable.

You must be prepared to have a general surgical as well as sub speciality caseload and to participate in the on call acute roster.

You will pride yourself on providing a high standard of clinical practice and expertise to the patients under your care. The successful candidate will be a team player and clear communicator who is willing and able to assist with the supervision and instruction of junior medical staff within the service.

You must hold FRACS in General Surgery, or equivalent, and hold, or be eligible to hold, Vocational (specialist) Registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand.

The General Surgery Department primarily provides a secondary level service for acute and elective General Surgical patients in the Wellington region.

Generous leave entitlements and CME allowance are available. CCDHB also assists with Medical Council registration, immigration requirements and can provide relocation assistance.

For more on this opportunity, contact Sean Hill, SMO Recruitment Advisor, sean.hill@ccdhb.org.nz , +644 806 2552.


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24 May 2016

Head, Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery
Clayton

P/T Perm (35hrs p/fortnight)
Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery, MMC Clayton

Monash Health is seeking to appoint an outstanding Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon to provide strong clinical leadership for Monash Paediatric Orthopaedics Unit.

Paediatric Orthopaedic services will expand in the new Monash Children's Hospital, to be opened in 2017. All tertiary services are provided at MMC with the support of almost all medical and surgical paediatric sub-specialities. Level 2 services are provided at Dandenong and Casey hospitals.

The successful applicant will lead the future development of Paediatric Orthopaedic Unit services at Monash Health, have a considerable experience in paediatric orthopaedic surgery, proven professional leadership qualities, and a high level of organisational and communication skills.

They must hold specialist clinical qualifications in the field of paediatric orthopaedic surgery and qualifications that are registerable with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency.

The successful applicant will be offered a part-time 0.5EFT role with the opportunity of an academic appointment in the relevant school in the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University should their qualifications and experience warrants such appointment consisting.

Enquiries: Mr Alan Saunder - Medical Director, Surgery Program, Ph +613 9554 8657 or email: alan.saunder@monashhealth.org

APPLICATIONS (Ref No 22559): For more information and to apply please visit the 'Careers' link on our website www.monashhealth.org

Applications close: 6 June 2016.


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24 May 2016

General Surgeon
Hastings

Permanent full time (1.0 FTE) position

We are looking for a suitably qualified General Surgeon who demonstrates a commitment to high quality care, teaching and leadership in the field. The successful candidate will manage a wide range of General Surgical conditions; however, the position will be tailored to the surgeon's particular expertise.

The General and Vascular surgery team is part of a close knit and supportive medical community within the Hawkes Bay DHB. Hawke's Bay DHB is situated in Hastings, New Zealand. Situated on the east coast of the North Island, you'll enjoy the stunning climate and beaches; a wide range of sporting and leisure opportunities; art, wine, food and culture. This is your chance to make the most of a fantastic career and lifestyle move.

Applicants must be registered, or eligible for registration, with the New Zealand Medical Council as a Specialist General Surgeon and a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, or equivalent.

For further information please contact: Rika Hentschel. Service Director, Surgical Services. Email: Rika.Hentschel@hawkesbaydhb.govt.nz Phone: 06 8788109

Applications close: 10 June 2016

Apply: http://adhbrac.taleo.net/careersection/.hb_ext/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=093995


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20 May 2016

Director of Surgical ServicesNorthern Territory Govt
Darwin

The Top End Health Service (TEHS) including Royal Darwin Hospital (RDH) are seeking a highly motivated person to take on the role of Director of Surgical Services for the Top End of the Northern Territory. It will be an 0.5FTE position, with the remaining 0.5FTE to be as a Senior Specialist Clinician in Surgical Specialty at RDH.

The position will be available from November 2016 for a period of 2 years.

Primary Objective:
Responsible for the strategic direction and function of Surgical Services within TEHS including RDH, regional hospitals and remote communities, including clinical service, education and research.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Provide leadership and support to all staff in all areas of surgery in TEHS.
  2. Supervise, manage and evaluate the provision of quality patient care by surgical medical staff.
  3. Represent the Departments of Surgery on the Division of Surgery and Critical Care Executive Team, reporting to the Co-Director Division Surgery and Critical Care.
  4. Responsible for ensuring the Departments of Surgery are providing appropriate safe rostering, supervision and training of registrars and junior doctors.
  5. Responsible for ensuring the Departments of Surgery participate in continuous medical education including teaching, professional development, peer review and research.
  6. Responsible for ensuring the Departments of Surgery participate in Continuous Quality Improvement activities including morbidity and mortality review, clinical audit, policy and procedure review and revision.
  7. Participate in developing the discipline of Surgery in the Northern Territory.
  8. Ensure a strategic approach to Workplace Health and Safety, Equal Employment Opportunity, anti-discrimination, and a demonstrated commitment to their implementation.

Under an approved Special Measures plan, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants will be given priority consideration for this vacancy.

Contact Officer: Dr Brian Spain on 08 8922 8505 or email brian.spain@nt.gov.au

Apply: Forward brief written applications, plus resume to: karin.mulligan@nt.gov.au


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20 May 2016

Senior Clinical Fellow in Vascular SurgeryRCS
United Kingdom

International Surgical Training Programme (ISTP) Vacancy (Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom)

An International Surgical Training Programme (ISTP) vacancy has become available for a Senior Clinical Fellow in Vascular Surgery based at The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospital NHS Trust. The post is available for a 12 month fellowship starting 1st January 2017.

The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (NuTH) is one of the largest and most successful teaching hospitals in England providing academically led acute, specialist and community services locally to a large and diverse population across the North East and Cumbria as well as nationally and internationally. The vacancy has arisen within the Department of Vascular Surgery at the Northern Vascular Centre, based at the Freeman Hospital.

The successful applicant will work a 1:6 vascular on-call rota. The post would suit experienced registrars who wish to train further in complex vascular surgery, prior to appointment as a consultant. There will be an opportunity to perform research and to learn endovascular techniques as well as complex open vascular surgery. The Unit specialises in suprarenalaortic surgery, carotid endarterectomy, lower limb reconstruction and complex venous work.

The deadline for applications is Friday 15 July 2016. For further information and to apply, please contact the RACS Trainees' Association Executive Officer, Zoe Husband, +61 4 9276 7490, zoe.husband@surgeons.org


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19 May 2016

General Surgeon
Darwin

Royal Darwin Hospital, Top End Health Service - 18 months, immediately available

Primary Objective:
Provide a specialist general surgical service to include the care of both inpatient and ambulatory patients, within the Royal Darwin Hospital, regional hospitals and remote communities; contribute to post graduate education at Royal Darwin Hospital, including the supervision of surgical trainees.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. As a general surgical consultant provide care and advice on the management of patients with surgical conditions to colleagues both within and outside the specialty, and to those colleagues in geographically isolated centres in the Northern Territory.
  2. Provide, with other members of the Department of Surgery, routine and emergency after hours care on a roster basis.
  3. Direct, coordinate, supervise, manage and evaluate the work of subordinate medical staff in the provision of patient care.
  4. Participate in continuous medical education including teaching, professional development, peer review, research, teaching, quality improvement activities and clinical audits as appropriate.
  5. Conduct regular inpatient ward rounds and outpatient sessions, incorporating teaching, and provide specialist opinion to referring medical practitioners.

Selection Criteria:
Essential

  1. Eligible for general or specialist registration with the Medical Board of Australia.
  2. Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) or equivalent.
  3. Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, an interest in and a commitment to improving Indigenous health.
  4. Evidence of commitment to; continuing education, teaching, research and quality assurance activities.
  5. Proven ability to manage self and others, monitor performance, manage change and develop policy with an understanding of EEO and OH&S principles and policy.
  6. An ability to interact effectively with people of different cultures.

Contact: Gayle Eccles email: gayle.eccles@nt.gov.au ; Phone: 08 89228249 Helen Kotis Helen.kotis@nt.gov.au phone 08 89228505 or Mr Patrick Bade via RDH switchboard 08 89228888


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12 May 2016

General SurgeonMercy Health
Werribee

  • 16 hours per fortnight (4 Clinical Sessions per fortnight) plus Oncall
  • Werribee Mercy Hospital
  • The successful applicant will be able to provide elective and emergency general surgical services. Laparoscopic and endoscopy (ie. gastroscopy and colonoscopy) skills are essential. As the 6th member of the general surgical team, you will participate in the on-call schedule.
  • Serviced private/public consulting suites are provided on site.
  • There will be opportunity to provide formal undergraduate and postgraduate training. The successful candidate will also be encouraged to participate in MPHI administrative activity

The successful applicant will have:

  • Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
  • Fellowship in the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS), or equivalent
  • Member of the Australian Conjoint Committee for the Recognition of Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Gastroscopy and Colonoscopy)
  • Evidence of your scope of clinical practice.
  • To be able to meet all requirements under the application process as outlined by our Medical Professional Standards Committee

To apply please visit www.careers.mercy.com.au

Enquiries to: A/Prof Shaukat Esufali, Clinical Services Director, Surgical & Specialist Services, Mercy Public Hospitals Inc. 0431 510 410.

Quote Ref No: WMH 350

Applications Close: Sunday, 12 June 2016


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9 May 2016

Postgraduate Fellow in Cardiothoracic Surgery
Hunter New England

Hunter New England Local Health District (HNELHD).
John Hunter Hospital
Temporary Full Time

Applications are invited from suitably qualified medical practitioners eligible for registration in New South Wales for the above position within the Division of Surgery, John Hunter Hospital, Hunter New England Local Health District (HNELHD).

Applicants must be eligible for Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and / or other specialist recognition as determined by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA).

Being the only trauma centre in NSW outside Sydney, covering Newcastle to the Queensland border, John Hunter Hospital is the busiest emergency department in the state. The JHH, inclusive of the John Hunter Children's Hospital and the adjacent, $100m state of the art Royal Newcastle Centre is affiliated with the University of Newcastle and conjoint university appointments are encouraged. Newcastle is a vibrant and rejuvenated city, just 2 hours drive from Sydney, with beautiful beaches, superb restaurants and a wonderful climate - and only an hour from the world renowned Hunter Valley Vineyards. For those interested in sailing and water sports, the possibilities are endless with the picturesque Lake Macquarie and the beautiful Port Stephens Bay less than an hour away.

Salary and conditions are in accordance with the Staff Specialist (State) Award.

For enquiries about the position please contact Medical Administration and Recruitment Manager Lauren Chandler on +1 2 4923 6204 or email Lauren.Chandler@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au

Apply on line through: http://nswhealth.erecruit.com.au/310006


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6 May 2016

Director Surgical and Acute Care Services
South Brisbane

A newly created, strategic leadership role is now available at Mater in South Brisbane. Here is a unique opportunity for an outcome-focused medical professional to oversee Surgical and Acute Care Services at Mater, with full accountability for the provision of day to day services and financial management of the Surgical and Acute Care Services Clinical Stream.

The Director Surgical and Acute Care Services will report to and provide strategic, medical specific support and advice to the Chief Operating Officer and will have a professional reporting relationship with the Chief Medical Officer. An inclusive and collaborative leader and a strong communicator, the Director will contribute to building the engagement of the senior medical community within the organisation as well as strong relationships with other professional leaders, in particular through support from the Clinical Stream Director of Nursing.

The position may be suitable for a conjoint appointment with The University of Queensland's Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences or another affiliate educational institution.

Specialist registration, relevant to Surgical and Acute Care is a requirement. FRACMA, MBA and a higher research degree are all desirable for this appointment.

Significantly more details and a candidate information pack can be accessed via the Information Pack that further describes the service and this exceptional opportunity. For a confidential discussion about the role please contact Sean Hubbard, Chief Operating Officer on (+617) 3163 8436 or sean.hubbard@mater.org.au

Submit your application online.


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2 May 2016

VMO General, VMO Vascular, and VMO ENT SurgeonMurrumbidgee Health
Wagga Wagga

Wagga Wagga Rural Referral Hospital

Supported by state-of-the-art technology, the brand new $280 million WWRRH is one of the busiest referral hospitals in NSW with 250 beds. To date more than $14 million of new medical equipment has been installed.

Our Department of Surgery currently has 17 surgeons, covering General, Vascular, Urology, ENT, and Paediatric Surgery. We service a catchment area of approximately 250,000 and provide surgical services to a number of smaller sites including Young, Cootamundra, Temora, Tumut, Narrandera, Leeton, and Griffith. We also have two clinical schools - UNSW and Notre Dame.

We are inviting applications for three (3) new Visiting Medical Officer positions in the following sub specialities: General Surgery (colorectal surgery and/or surgical oncology), ENT Surgery, and Vascular Surgery.

We require our new Surgeons to be experienced leaders with a passion for providing effective surgical services in a rural environment. The position will involve elective and emergency theatre lists and acute on-call work. Responsible for the clinical management of admitted and referred surgical patients. As a key figure you will promote patient quality and safety whilst providing leadership, training, supervision, and education.

There is also potential to work privately with Calvary Riverina Private Hospital based in Wagga Wagga. With 166 beds Calvary Riverina Hospital is one of regional NSW's largest private hospitals.

Enquiries should be directed to: Dr Michael Payne, Clinical Director of Surgery

Telephone (02) 6921 7088 Email: drmichaelpayne@bigpond.com

To apply for these positions please follow the relevant link:

VMO General Surgeon https://nswhealth.erecruit.com.au/ViewPosition.aspx?Id=295843

VMO Vascular Surgeon https://nswhealth.erecruit.com.au/ViewPosition.aspx?Id=313734

VMO ENT Surgeon https://nswhealth.erecruit.com.au/ViewPosition.aspx?Id=315881

Wagga Wagga was recently voted as the most family friendly city in Australia boasting healthy families, high income, excellent schooling, and safe communities. With a population of 63,500 Wagga is the largest inland city in NSW. Only 1 hr by plane from Sydney and Melbourne and a two hour drive to Canberra. There are numerous private and public school options, Charles Sturt University, and a thriving business sector.

Applications close 27 May 2016


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29 April 2016

Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer in Surgery and Consultant NeurosurgeonOtagouni Horiz Rgb 180X75
Otago, NZ

Section of Neurosurgery, Department of Surgical Sciences, Dunedin School of Medicine and Southern District Health Board

Applications are invited for the position of Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer in Neurosurgery, in the Section of Neurosurgery within the Department of Surgical Sciences, Dunedin School of Medicine, and as a Consultant Neurosurgeon in the Neurosurgery Department, Southern District Health Board.

This is a joint clinical position between the University (0.5FTE) and Hospital (0.5FTE) for an applicant with suitable academic qualifications. Applicants should have specialist qualifications in Neurosurgery and be eligible for vocational registration in New Zealand. A postgraduate academic qualification and experience in research and teaching are essential.

This permanent position is offered by the University and when combined with the Specialist position (which must be held concurrently with this position), the two separate positions will be equivalent to one full-time position.

Applications quoting reference number 1600718 will close on 29 May 2016.

To see a full job description and to apply online go to: www.otago.ac.nz/humanresources/join-otago

Equal opportunity in employment is University policy.

E tautoko ana Te Whare Wananga o Otago i te kaupapa whakaorite whiwhinga mahi.

The link to the role is; https://otago.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=1600718


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22 April 2016

Unaccredited Orthopaedic RegistrarSAH Logo Colour
Sydney

Sydney Adventist Hospital
www.sah.org.au

The "San" is Sydney's largest single campus private hospital. Situated on Sydney's leafy North Shore, it is a 500 bed world class facility for medical, surgical and cancer care, with a 24 hour Cardiac Catheter Lab, Emergency facilities, ICU and a broad spectrum of medical and surgical specialities. Its affiliation with The University of Sydney, along with its recent establishment of a clinical school on site ensures a wealth of learning opportunities.

Currently, an opening exists for an unaccredited Orthopaedic registrar position beginning August 2016.

For further enquires regarding advanced training opportunities please contact:

Marilyn Algeo, CMO and Resident Services Manager
02 9487 9408
marilyna@sah.org.au

Career opportunities also exist as:
Career Medical Officer, ICU and Wards

For further enquiries regarding career opportunities please contact: Medical Services, 02 9487 9400 - medadmin


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19 April 2016

Staff Specialist or Senior Staff Specialist (General Surgery)
Townsville

About the Townsville Hospital and Health Service
The Townsville Hospital & Health Service provides complex, high level services across a wide range of specialities making it the only facility in Queensland to offer all of these services within the one hospital to our patients. We strive to deliver excellence in healthcare by adapting a 'person centred' approach to care across our patient's lifespan. Additionally we are the only tertiary hospital in North Queensland that offers you the right blend of professional enhancement and fulfilling work coupled with a relaxed lifestyle in the tropics.

About the role
Senior Staff Specialist: Temporary full-time September 2016 - April 2017, to replace a current General Surgeon during a 6 month leave period. The role of the Senior Staff Specialist is to provide optimal development of specialist expertise for Registrars and Resident Medical Officers assigned to the Consultant. Including providing a service in accordance with Hospital and Division policies particularly in the area of:

  • General, elective and emergency surgery;
  • Participate in the on call roster and,
  • Participate in outpatient clinics

Staff Specialist: Temporary Full-time available ASAP to January 2017, with possibility of extension. The role of the Staff Specialist is primarily involved with management of acute general surgery admissions, with some elective outpatients and elective surgery. This position would ideally suit a recent FRACS trained specialist.

What's on Offer?
Remuneration package of up to $408,832 p.a. (+ other applicable allowances/benefits) comprising salary range of $162,802 - $206,416 p.a. (L18-L27), recreational leave loading (17.5%), employer contribution to superannuation (12.75%), attraction and retention incentive allowance, regional and rural attraction allowance, motor vehicle allowance, professional development assistance (allowances and leave), and inaccessibility allowance (if applicable). Level of appointment is dependent upon experience and advanced qualifications.

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11 April 2016

Consultant General SurgeonTaranaki District Health Board
New Plymouth

Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth, New Zealand
Permanent, full time

This is an exciting opportunity for a Consultant General Surgeon to join a team of five with interests in colorectal, upper GI and breast and endocrine surgery. The successful candidate will take part in a 1:6 on call roster with registrar and house surgeon support. Particular consideration will be given to applicants experienced in Endoscopy.

The successful applicant should have comprehensive experience and training in General Surgery and must have the FRACS with vocational registration or equivalent qualifications. The department has a strong track record with audit and you will be expected to participate and contribute to the department's activities including advanced trainee registrar teaching, supervision of house surgeons, audit and medical student teaching. The position is available on a full-time basis preferably from October 2016. Applications will be considered from candidates wishing to work on a part time basis with private practice.

In 2013 a new inpatient Clinical Service Block was opened with 6 Wards and a Theatre Block comprising 6 Theatres, 12 bed PACU 1, 24 bed PACU 2, 2 Endoscopy/procedure rooms. An Interventional Suite which will be commissioned in 2015. Digital radiology facilities are well established.

Want to know more about Taranaki, click here: http://www.taranaki.info/liveandwork/

To discuss the post informally please contact Stephen Kyle, Consultant Surgeon and Head of Department on 0064 6 753 6139 or by e-mail at Stephen.kyle@tdhb.org.nz

For full details and to apply please visit our website: www.tdhb.org.nz


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30 March 2016

Paediatric Surgeon
New Zealand

An opportunity exists for a qualified Paediatric Surgeon to join our team of Specialists for a 3 month period from September to November.

A requirement of this position is to have a paediatric surgical caseload and be able to participate in the on call acute roster.

The CCDHB Children's Health Service of which Paediatric Surgery is part encompasses: a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with a dedicated homecare team; two inpatient wards, one predominantly surgical and one predominantly medical.

There are two very experienced paediatric surgeons and one consultant surgeon in the team. All 3 surgeons perform Neonatal, General Thoracic and Urological Surgery. There is close co-operation with the Regional Neonatal Unit.

The service requires a suitably qualified paediatric surgeon to cover outpatient clinics and operative lists, as well as taking part in the on-call roster, covering acute call and emergency operations 1:4 for most of the time.

Applicants must be registered in New Zealand or hold qualifications entitling them to registration in New Zealand or Hold Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Paediatrics) or an equivalent postgraduate qualification.

For further information on this role, please email sean.hill@ccdhb.org.nz and indicate vacancy number and job title in the subject line.


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15 March 2016

Consultant General Surgeon (sub-speciality in breast)
Lower Hutt

We are seeking a General Surgeon with specialty interest in breast disease to join our team. This is a permanent position but fixed-term applicants will be considered.

The General Surgery Department provides high quality care to people referred to the department with a wide range of acute and electives surgical conditions. Hutt Hospital is also the lead provider of the National Breast Screening Aotearoa Programme for the sub-region.

The role will encompass:

  • Acute and elective surgery
  • Symptomatic breast and general surgery clinics
  • Work with the lead surgeon for the Breast Screening programme to ensure that services are delivered in line with Ministry of Health guidelines
  • Support and leadership of junior medical staff
  • Working along side and supporting nurse specialists
  • An active role in interdisciplinary team education
  • Participation in quality improvement, clinical audit activities and service development initiatives

Skills and experience required:

  • Specialist General Surgeon eligible for or with current registration with the New Zealand Medical Council with General Surgery vocational scope of practice
  • 2 years post graduate experience including breast surgery
  • Training must be recognised by both the National Breast Screening Programme (Breast Screening Aotearoa) and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
  • Excellent communication skills and enjoy working as part of a team
  • Committed to patient safety and quality of care

For more information or to apply please follow this link: https://huttvalleydhb.careercentre.net.nz/Job/Consultant-General-Surgeon/Lower-Hutt/6068

For more information on current vacancies, please visit our careers website: www.healthyjobs.co.nz.


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15 March 2016

Consultant Urologist
Wellington

An opportunity exists for an experienced Consultant Urologist with laparoscopic expertise to join our team of Urology specialists on a permanent basis.

The Urology service provides a comprehensive inpatient and outpatient Urology service for the Wellington region including the Hutt Valley and Wairarapa.

As a senior medical officer, you will be responsible for providing a high standard of clinical practice and expertise to the patients under your care. It is essential that you are eligible for vocational registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand. You will be known by your peers as someone who is able to work within a multi-disciplinary environment, being able to engage with a number of different people from various backgrounds. You will also be expected to participate in the supervision and instruction of junior doctors within the service.

Greater than 3 years experience as a Consultant Urologist or fellow is required.

You will need to hold FRACS or comparable post graduate training and qualifications that enable you to obtain specialist registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand.

For more on this exciting opportunity, contact Sean Hill, SMO Recruitment Advisor sean.hill@ccdhb.org.nz +64 4 806 2552.


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25 February 2016

Orthopaedic Surgeons
Clarence Valley

Visiting Medical Officer or Senior/Staff Specialist - Full Time

An exciting opportunity exists for two full time Orthopaedic Surgeon to provide services to the residents (approx. 50,000) and visitors to the Clarence Valley in Northern New South Wales.

Grafton Base Hospital is a level 3/4 Base Hospital within the Northern New South Wales Local Health District, providing care to over 12,500 inpatients every year. Specialist Services provided include Emergency Medicine, General Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Ophthalmology, ENT, Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Paediatrics.

Grafton Base Hospital undertakes over 3,300 surgical procedures and sees over 22,700 Emergency attendances annually. Grafton Base Hospital has 110 beds and is equipped with 3 state of the art Operating Theatres. Grafton Base Hospital's Operating Theatres, Emergency Department, Medical Imaging Department and Maclean District Hospital's Emergency Department have undergone extensive redevelopment within the last 2 years.

Both Hospitals are affiliated with Medical Schools for student teaching (University of Sydney, University of New South Wales, University of Wollongong, and University of Western Sydney).

Applicants should hold a Medical Degree registrable in Australia; possess Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, or other Specialist recognition as provided in the Staff Specialist (State) Award or Health Insurance Act (1973).

Enquiries should be directed to: Dr Abbey Perumpanani telephone 02 6641 8412, e-mail: Abbey.Perumpanani@ncahs.health.nsw.gov.au

For further information or to apply online please go to: https://nswhealth.erecruit.com.au. Other related sites: http://www.clarencetourism.com/

"Come to the Clarence Valley where the lifestyle is as seductive as the spectacular surroundings"


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