Poche Fellow in Melanoma and Surgical Oncology

Poche Fellow in Melanoma and Surgical Oncology

Applications are invited from qualified General or Plastic Surgeons for the Poche Fellowship in Melanoma and Surgical Oncology.  This program is based at the Melanoma Institute Australia’s North Sydney campus, as well as the Mater Hospital Crows Nest, and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Camperdown. 
This position is formatted at a post Fellowship level (FRACS or equivalent) and is suitable for surgeons seeking to develop a vocational interest in the field.  

We are offering one clinical and research-based Fellowship, which is for twelve months commencing in February 2023.  The Fellowship involves a substantial clinical workload in dedicated outpatient clinics, operating sessions and weekly multidisciplinary meetings.  
The Melanoma Institute Australia is one of the world’s largest melanoma services, and access to its internationally respected Melanoma Research Database provides the opportunity to undertake significant research during this Fellowship.
Applications are accepted from Australian and non-Australian candidates.  

Fellowships are available from February/March 2023 to February/March 2024. Applications will close 30 June 2022. Role may be open until this date unless a suitable candidate is found in the meantime.

Interested candidates should submit the following:
curriculum vitae
cover letter highlighting why you want to become a MIA Melanoma Surgery Fellow
proof of specialist qualification
current medical registration/licensing
medical indemnity
contact details of three referees

Please address your application to: 
A/Prof Robyn Saw, Melanoma Institute Australia, 40 Rocklands Road, North Sydney, NSW, 2060, Australia
Email: careers@melanoma.org.au

As this role is based in a medical facility, applicants will need to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

We pay our respects to the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which Melanoma Institute Australia works, and their Elders both past and present, and acknowledge the deep, continuing connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to the land, waters, and sky.
 

12 month position from February 2023 (full-time)

This position at the Sydney Adventist Hospital (the San) provides an exciting opportunity to work in a busy private department with first-class facilities and a great team of medical, nursing and allied health staff.

The San is a tertiary referral hospital and is the largest private, not-for-profit hospital in NSW, working closely with public hospitals, including Hornsby, Westmead and Royal North Shore hospitals. The hospital is a facility with 550 beds and 24 operating theatres. Its affiliation with ANU, along with its recent establishment of a clinical school on site ensures a wealth of learning opportunities.

This growing teaching facility has a vacancy for an unaccredited General Surgery Registrar for 2023.

Registrar applicants must be at least 2 years post-graduation with the following skills and experience:

SELECTION CRITERIA

Essential:
AHPRA Registered Medical Practitioner with eligibility to work in Australia
MBBS or equivalent with at least 2 years post graduate experience
Demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team
Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Desirable:
Previous general surgery experience

For further information please contact:
     Nicole Franzen
     Medical Workforce Manager, Sydney Adventist Hospital
     Email: medadmin@sah.org.au                                                                     

Applications close:  5pm 9 September 2022

 

Clinical Research Fellow 2023

The San is offering this exciting role for a Research Fellow from Feb 2023. The research fellow works closely with urologists and radiology to develop and implement research projects that enhance our clinical and academic reputation in Prostate services.

The role attracts a stipend of $45,000 and the fellow can also bill for surgical assisting. 

The successful applicant will meet the following criteria:

Essential:
Hold AHPRA registration as a medical practitioner and has completed 12 months experience working in a surgical unit with an interest in training in urology 
Strong attention to detail and accuracy and an understanding of confidentiality, privacy 
Ability to function in a team environment and use interpersonal skills to communicate effectively.

 Desirable:
Experience in writing research papers and grant applications
Experience as a first author in one or more publications on impactful body of work.
Experience and/or interest in PET and/or MRI
Demonstrated aptitude to perform experimental protocols and procedures, including detailed data collection, analysis, operation and maintenance of specialized equipment.
Demonstrated project administration skills 

Enquiries should be addressed to:
     Prof Henry Woo
     Director, San Prostate Centre of Excellence
     Ph 9052-7586
     Email: hwoo@urologist.net.au 

Closing: 5pm 9 September 2022

SNSWLHD - Visiting Medical Officer - General Surgeon. Queanbeyan. - (REQ329154)

Do you love your profession, but want to shake things up? Want more variety in your job? Need a sea or tree change? Then escape the city chaos and join the Southern NSW Local Health District (SNSWLHD). 

With COVID driving a large increase in population in our areas, we have opportunities for passionate doctors from various specialties including surgical, critical care – anaesthetics/ICU & Emergency Medicine, GP’s, paediatrics, O&G and many more CLICK HERE to see the full list. 

For those looking for a better lifestyle for their family, we have full time opportunities available, or for those looking to complement their existing engagements, we can offer set regular rotations, Job Share or part time opportunities.   

With a range of quality private and public schools in the areas, younger generations are well looked after, growing up with friendly country folk and a huge range of outdoor activities to keep them occupied with no long commutes.

Southern encompasses 12 hospitals (3 new large facilities, and another on the way) which covers a large area of the state, from Goulburn and Crookwell to the Victorian border, and surrounds the ACT on three sides. A total of 44 537sq kms, extending from the pristine beaches of the NSW South Coast, the farmlands of the Southern Tablelands, across the picturesque Monaro and spectacular Snowy Mountains. 

With our sites all being within 30 minutes of an airport or easy access to the highways, now is the time for change.

We are currently seeking Specialists, fellows and Pre-fellow doctors who are committed to providing quality care and support delivery of top-class education framework for AIM’s, medical students and junior doctors including rotational doctors on training programs of RACMA, CICM, RACP, RACS, AOA, RANZCOG, ACEM, RACGP, and ACRRM.

Want more specifics or ready to apply, CLICK HERE.

https://healthnswgov.taleo.net/careersection/nswh_discretionary_external/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=REQ329154 

Dean of Medicine and Head of the Macquarie Medical School

Dean of Medicine and Head of the Macquarie Medical School

Description 


The Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences (FMHHS) at Macquarie University is home to the University’s cross-disciplinary activities in the broad area of health and human sciences and practice and a core part of Australia’s first fully integrated academic health sciences centre, MQ Health. With a purpose of Heal. Learn. Discover., MQ Health seeks to harness the power of collaboration to deliver person-centred clinical care, learning and research. The Faculty is now seeking to appoint a Dean of Medicine and Head of the Macquarie Medical School, an innovative school comprising clinical and biomedical science academics. 

Working closely with Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Medicine and Health) Professor Patrick McNeil, and with other heads of schools and departments within the Faculty, the Dean will play a key leadership role in planning, developing and implementing innovative strategy in medical education, research and academic clinical practice both within the Faculty and MQ Health. The Dean will enable multidisciplinary collaborations and play an active role in collaborating with researchers, educators or professionals across the Faculty and wider academic community. 

Essential qualifications

Macquarie is seeking a visionary leader who can unite and inspire a diverse group of colleagues and create a culture of high performance. This person will bring with them successful leadership and management experience within academia and healthcare and be skilled at leading and enabling the development of initiatives at a school level in a collegial and collaborative manner. They will have demonstrated academic leadership in their discipline, with recognition as an eminent authority, an exceptional track record of scholarship in research or education, and a strong profile with current and prospective partners in healthcare, industry, government and student organisations.

Application Details

Macquarie University is being supported by Perrett Laver for this process. For further information or for a confidential conversation please contact Dr Patrick Marland at patrick.marland@perrettlaver.com or visit www.perrettlaver.com quoting reference number 5703.

General Surgical Fellow – Coffs Clinical Network

Reporting to the Clinical Director of Surgery, the Surgical Fellow in General Surgery will lead the Acute Surgical Unit to provide clinical care to patients as well as perform all types of general emergency surgery for the Coffs Clinical Network. 

The staff specialist will run an outpatient clinic, participate in the consultant on-call roster (one night per week and one weekend in seven), as well as assist in the education and administrative roles of the department.

The successful candidate will be registered with the Medical Board of Australia with Post Graduate qualification in General Surgery. 

Coffs Harbour is a vibrant regional city located on the north coast of NSW, mid-way between Sydney and Brisbane. The subtropical city lies between the forested hills of the Great Dividing Range and the sparkling blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. It is a family friendly area with outstanding schools and recreational facilities. Walking secluded beaches, rocky headlands and the nearby hinterland as well as bike riding, four-wheel driving, fishing, diving, whale watching, and surfing are all popular activities for those living and working on the Coffs Coast.


Employment Type: Staff Specialist – Surgical Fellow

Position Classification: Post Graduate Fellow 

Requisition ID: REQ323049

Advertising Closes: 22 August 2022

Enquiries: 
For role-related queries or questions, contact Julie Sillince on Julie.Sillince@health.nsw.gov.au 

To apply, see link below:
https://jobs.health.nsw.gov.au/mnclhd-int/jobs/general-surgical-fellow-coffs-harbour-health-campus-apply-via-ecredential-159507 
 

SNSWLHD - Visiting Medical Officer OR Staff Specialist - Anaesthesia - South East Regional Hospital - Bega - (REQ266205)

Do you love your profession, but want to shake things up? Want more variety in your job? Need a sea or tree change? Then escape the city chaos and join the Southern NSW Local Health District (SNSWLHD).

With COVID driving a large increase in population in our areas, we have opportunities for passionate doctors from various specialties including surgical, critical care – anaesthetics/ICU & Emergency Medicine, GP’s, paediatrics, O&G and many more CLICK HERE to see the full list. 

For those looking for a better lifestyle for their family, we have full time opportunities available, or for those looking to complement their existing engagements, we can offer set regular rotations, Job Share or part time opportunities.   

With a range of quality private and public schools in the areas, younger generations are well looked after, growing up with friendly country folk and a huge range of outdoor activities to keep them occupied with no long commutes.

Southern encompasses 12 hospitals (3 new large facilities, and another on the way) which covers a large area of the state, from Goulburn and Crookwell to the Victorian border, and surrounds the ACT on three sides. A total of 44 537sq kms, extending from the pristine beaches of the NSW South Coast, the farmlands of the Southern Tablelands, across the picturesque Monaro and spectacular Snowy Mountains. 

With our sites all being within 30 minutes of an airport or easy access to the highways, now is the time for change.

We are currently seeking Specialists, fellows and Pre-fellow doctors who are committed to providing quality care and support delivery of top-class education framework for AIM’s, medical students and junior doctors including rotational doctors on training programs of RACMA, CICM, RACP, RACS, AOA, RANZCOG, ACEM, RACGP, and ACRRM.

Want more specifics or ready to apply, CLICK HERE.

https://healthnswgov.taleo.net/careersection/nswh_discretionary_external/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=REQ266205 

Staff Specialist - Visiting Medical Officer - General Surgeon - Batemans Bay and/or Moruya Hospital

Employment Type: Full Time / Part Time / Job Share / Regular Rotation

Remuneration: Staff Specialist  Click here to view rates or VMO Click here to view VMO remuneration 

Where you'll be working

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and suitably qualified General Surgeon to join the Surgical Team at Batemans Bay and/or Moruya Hospitals on the NSW Far South Coast.
The NSW Government has announced $260 million to build in Moruya, a sustainable, modern and purpose-built hospital to support the needs of the entire Eurobodalla Shire from Narooma to Batemans Bay to service the ever-growing coastal population.  This new facility is expected to open to patients in 2025.

What you will be doing
You will play an important role in providing specialist General Surgeon services, be involved in the educational activities of the Department to develop a top-class education framework for other medical officers.

Wonderful Local Benefits
Batemans Bay – a short 24 kilometres from Moruya, 226 kilometres south of Sydney, 149 kilometres from Canberra or 306 kilometres from the NSW Snow fields. Batemans Bay is located a short 22 kilometres from the Moruya airport which offers a short 40 minute flight to Sydney and daily flights to Melbourne.
With a range of quality private and public schools in the area, younger generations are well looked after, growing up with fantastic friendly country folk, and a huge range of outdoor activities to keep them occupied with no long commutes.

Applications for the position will only be accepted via eCredential. CLICK HERE to apply via eCredential

For role related queries or questions contact our Director of Medical Services - Dr Gayle Williams - Gayle.Williams@health.nsw.gov.au

SNSWLHD - Staff Specialist or Visiting Medical Officer - General Surgeon - Batemans Bay and/or Moruya Hospitals - (REQ323799)

Do you love your profession, but want to shake things up? Want more variety in your job? Need a sea or tree change? Then escape the city chaos and join the Southern NSW Local Health District (SNSWLHD). 

With COVID driving a large increase in population in our areas, we have opportunities for passionate doctors from various specialties including surgical, critical care – anaesthetics/ICU & Emergency Medicine, GP’s, paediatrics, O&G and many more CLICK HERE to see the full list. 

For those looking for a better lifestyle for their family, we have full time opportunities available, or for those looking to complement their existing engagements, we can offer set regular rotations, Job Share or part time opportunities.   

With a range of quality private and public schools in the areas, younger generations are well looked after, growing up with friendly country folk and a huge range of outdoor activities to keep them occupied with no long commutes.

Southern encompasses 12 hospitals (3 new large facilities, and another on the way) which covers a large area of the state, from Goulburn and Crookwell to the Victorian border, and surrounds the ACT on three sides. A total of 44 537sq kms, extending from the pristine beaches of the NSW South Coast, the farmlands of the Southern Tablelands, across the picturesque Monaro and spectacular Snowy Mountains. 

With our sites all being within 30 minutes of an airport or easy access to the highways, now is the time for change.

We are currently seeking Specialists, fellows and Pre-fellow doctors who are committed to providing quality care and support delivery of top-class education framework for AIM’s, medical students and junior doctors including rotational doctors on training programs of RACMA, CICM, RACP, RACS, AOA, RANZCOG, ACEM, RACGP, and ACRRM.

Want more specifics or ready to apply, CLICK HERE.

Unaccredited Neurosurgery Registrar 2023

Sydney Adventist Hospital is NSWs largest acute-care private hospital with over 700 beds, including more than 500 overnight beds.

The hospital has 23 operating theatres and endoscopy suites, 3 cardiac catheterisation laboratories, Emergency department, intensive and coronary care units, renal dialysis unit, rehabilitation and sleep studies units, and a leading multi-disciplinary Integrated Cancer Centre.

Dedicated to being at the forefront of technology, the San has a prominent robotic surgery unit, state-of-the-art hybrid operating theatre, and the latest in surgical and diagnostic imaging.

The Neurosurgery Department provides an exciting opportunity to work in an environment with first-class facilities and a great team of medical, nursing and allied health staff.

Essential Criteria:
Must be at least 2 years post-graduation with the following skills and experience:
MBBS or equivalent 
Registered Medical Practitioner with AHPRA
Demonstrated competency in clinical skills including effective assessment, care planning care provision, case management and management of clinical emergencies
Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills 
Demonstrated ability to work within a multidisciplinary team environment

Desirable Criteria:
Clinical experience in neurosurgery 
Experience and demonstrated ability in supervising JMOs

For further information:
  
Nicole Franzen
Medical Workforce Manager, Sydney Adventist Hospital
Email: medadmin@sah.org.au  


Closing date: 31/08/2022 2022

Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) – Vascular Surgeon

Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) –  Vascular Surgeon
Port Macquarie Base Hospital

We are looking for a VASCULAR/ENDOVASCULAR SURGEON to join two well established Vascular Surgeons in Port Macquarie, to provide elective and emergency services at Port Macquarie Base Hospital (PMBH) and other hospitals in the Hastings Macleay Clinical Network of the Mid North Coast Local Health District. FRACS (Vascular) is essential and an on-call commitment will be expected.

Port Macquarie Base Hospital is a level five facility with a 24-hour Emergency Department and provides a range of specialist medical and surgical services including intensive care, cardiology, mental health, paediatrics, obstetrics, orthopaedics and urology. There is a state-of-the-art hybrid operating theatre/ angiography suite. Interventional radiology expertise is available. 

In association with the co-located UNSW Rural Clinical School, which provides medical training for students from Year 1 to Year 6, there may be potential to facilitate interests in academic, teaching and research work.

Port Macquarie, located at the mouth of the Hastings River, is at the heart of one of the fastest growing regional areas in NSW. A popular coastal tourist destination bordered by pristine beaches and surrounded by numerous national parks and wilderness areas, residents enjoy an idyllic lifestyle in a temperate climate. The region is well known for its lively restaurant and cafe scene and is home to a vibrant artistic community. There are excellent schools and universities to support students of all ages.

It is time to make the move!

Employment Type: Visiting Medical Officer
Requisition ID: REQ341527
Advertising Closes: 24 October 2022

Enquiries:
For role-related queries or questions, contact Dr Malcolm Leek on Malcolm.Leek@health.nsw.gov.au  

To apply, see link below:
https://jobs.health.nsw.gov.au/mnclhd-int/jobs/vmo-vascular-surgeon-apply-via-ecredential-170171 
 

Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) – Otolaryngology (ENT) Surgeon

Coffs Harbour Health Campus is seeking to employ a VMO Otolaryngology (ENT) Surgeon. Reporting to the Coffs Clinical Network (CCN) Director of Medicine, the VMO Otolaryngologist will provide best practice evidence based clinical services, assist in the education and supervision within the clinical environment of junior medical staff and other relevant staff.

The successful applicant will be clinically responsible for providing medical services to patients within the scope of practice. Participating in the on-call rosters and providing medical leadership and collaborative working relationships nursing, allied health and other staff as part of the delivery of comprehensive and integrated services.  

The successful candidate will be registered with the Medical Board of Australia as a Specialist Otolaryngologist – Head and Neck Surgeon. 


Coffs Harbour is a vibrant regional city by the sea, located on the North Coast of NSW, a six hour drive north of Sydney or four hours south of Brisbane. With direct flights to Coffs Harbour from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne. The subtropical city lies between the forested hills of the Great Dividing Range and the sparkling blue waters of the Pacific Ocean.

It is a family friendly area with outstanding schools and recreational facilities. Walking secluded beaches, rocky headlands and the nearby hinterland as well as bike riding, four-wheel driving, fishing, diving, whale watching, and surfing are all popular activities for those living and working on the Coffs Coast.


Attractive relocation and accommodation incentives are available to the successful applicant, as per MNC-POL-0200-017

Employment Type: Visiting Medical Officer
Position Classification: Visiting Medical Officer
Requisition ID: REQ322796 
Advertising Closes: 14 September 2022

Enquiries:
For role-related queries or questions, contact Julie Sillince on Julie.Sillince@health.nsw.gov.au  

To apply, see link below:
https://jobs.health.nsw.gov.au/mnclhd/jobs/vmo-otolaryngologist-head-and-neck-surgeon-apply-via-ecredential-164154 
 

Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) – Otolaryngology (ENT) Surgeon Port Macquarie Base Hospital

Port Macquarie Base Hospital is seeking to employ two VMO Otolaryngology (ENT) Surgeons.

Reporting to the Hastings Macleay Clinical Network (HMCN) Director of Medicine, the VMO Otolaryngologist will provide best practice evidence based clinical services, assist in the education and supervision within the clinical environment of junior medical staff and other relevant staff.

The successful applicant will provide contemporary comprehensive specialist services for optimal patient outcomes. Provide and support training to clinicians across multiple disciplines to achieve quality education and safe clinical practice.

The successful candidate will be registered or eligible for registration with the Medical Board of Australia as a Specialist Otolaryngologist – Head and Neck Surgeon.

The Mid North Coast of NSW, located midway between Brisbane and Sydney, boasts a relaxed outdoor lifestyle with beaches, world-class diving, fishing, bush walking, hiking and mountain bike trails all within a short drive.  Port Macquarie has everything you will need for a quality lifestyle, excellent schools, fabulous beaches, National Parks and a vibrant restaurant / café scene.

Employment Type: Visiting Medical Officer
Position Classification: Visiting Medical Officer
Requisition ID: REQ332090
Advertising Closes: 20 September 2022

Enquiries:
For role-related queries or questions, contact Dr Bruce Hodge on Bruce.Hodge@health.nsw.gov.au  

To apply, see link below:
https://jobs.health.nsw.gov.au/mnclhd-int/jobs/visiting-medical-officer-otolaryngology-head-and-neck-surgery-port-macquarie-apply-via-ecredential-164991 
 

Visiting Medical Officer - General Surgery - South East Regional Hospital - Bega. - (REQ266031)

Employment Type: Full Time / Part Time / Job Share / Regular Rotation

Remuneration: Staff Specialist  Click here to view rates or VMO Click here to view VMO remuneration   

Where you'll be working

South East Regional Hospital opened it’s doors in 2016 and boasts beautiful country side views which are aesthetically pleasing for any work environment. South East Regional Hospital offers an emergency department, medical and surgical inpatient beds, a level 3 maternity service, level 3 paediatric unit, a critical care unit with 24-hour registrar cover, 3 operating theatres including day surgery, with significant community-based services including renal dialysis services and outpatient cancer medicine services.

In September 2022 a state-of-the-art standalone medical simulation centre will open.

What you will be doing

You will play an important role in providing specialist General Surgeon services, be involved in the educational activities of the Department to develop a top-class education framework for other medical officers including rotating general surgical registrars from Sydney.

Wonderful Local Benefits

South East Regional Hospital is in Bega - 429 kilometres south of Sydney, 228 kilometres from Canberra or 174 kilometres from the NSW Snow fields and 20 minutes from the coast. Nearby Merimbula (32 kilometres) offers a regional airport with a short 55-minute flight to Sydney and daily flights to Melbourne.

With a range of quality private and public schools in the area, younger generations are well looked after, growing up with fantastic friendly country folk, and a huge range of outdoor activities to keep them occupied with no long commutes.

Click here to view a short video on Southern NSW Health

For role related queries contact Dr Elizabeth Mullins on Elizabeth.Mullins@health.nsw.gov.au or phone 02 6491 9133

To Apply: https://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/job/visiting-medical-officer-or-staff-specialist-anaesthesia-south-east-regional-hospital-bega-283118
 

Visiting Medical Officer in General Surgery - CCLHD – Apply via eCredential

Applications are invited from suitably qualified medical practitioners eligible for registration in New South Wales for the above position within General Surgery, Central Coast Local Health District (CCLHD).

Applicants should be a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and / or other specialist recognition as provided for in the Visiting Medical Officer Determination.

Salary and conditions are in accordance with the Visiting Medical Officer Determination.

Subspecialty experience is encouraged, including paediatrics.

For enquiries about the position please contact Dr Kenneth Wong, Head of Department of General Surgery, phone (02) 4320 3747 or email CCLHD-MWEUSMW@health.nsw.gov.au 

To formally apply for this position you must apply via eCredential ONLY:  https://healthnswgov.referrals.selectminds.com/cclhd-int/jobs/visiting-medical-officer-in-general-surgery-apply-via-ecredential-168314 

If you experience difficulties applying please contact Senior Medical Workforce Unit on 4320 3009.

The Health Service is committed to EEO, OH&S, Ethical Practices and the principles of Cultural Diversity. Successful applicants are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct. Relevant criminal record checks will be undertaken on recommended applicants. Employment is subject to having current immunity status that complies with the Assessment, Screening & Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases. Salary Packaging is available to enhance benefits.

Applications will not be accepted via agencies.

Closing Date: 26/09/2022
 

SNSWLHD - Visiting Medical Officer OR Staff Specialist - General Surgery - South East Regional Hospital - Bega - (REQ266031)

Do you love your profession, but want to shake things up? Want more variety in your job? Need a sea or tree change? Then escape the city chaos and join the Southern NSW Local Health  District (SNSWLHD).

With COVID driving a large increase in population in our areas, we have opportunities for passionate doctors from various specialties including surgical, critical care – anaesthetics/ICU & Emergency Medicine, GP’s, paediatrics, O&G and many more CLICK HERE to see the full list. 

For those looking for a better lifestyle for their family, we have full time opportunities available, or for those looking to complement their existing engagements, we can offer set regular rotations, Job Share or part time opportunities.   

With a range of quality private and public schools in the areas, younger generations are well looked after, growing up with friendly country folk and a huge range of outdoor activities to keep them occupied with no long commutes.

Southern encompasses 12 hospitals (3 new large facilities, and another on the way) which covers a large area of the state, from Goulburn and Crookwell to the Victorian border, and surrounds the ACT on three sides. A total of 44 537sq kms, extending from the pristine beaches of the NSW South Coast, the farmlands of the Southern Tablelands, across the picturesque Monaro and spectacular Snowy Mountains. 

With our sites all being within 30 minutes of an airport or easy access to the highways, now is the time for change.

We are currently seeking Specialists, fellows and Pre-fellow doctors who are committed to providing quality care and support delivery of top-class education framework for AIM’s, medical students and junior doctors including rotational doctors on training programs of RACMA, CICM, RACP, RACS, AOA, RANZCOG, ACEM, RACGP, and ACRRM.

Want more specifics or ready to apply, CLICK HERE.

Visiting Medical Officer - Urologist

Visiting Medical Officer - Urologist

Contact Details: Dr Tim Smart
Email: Timothy.Smart@health.nsw.gov.au
Closing Date : 14/8/2022

How to apply 
Your application is to be submitted through eCredential ONLY. 

To apply please click this link:
https://myclinicalprofile.com.au/OpenPositionLogin.aspx?UniqueId=86d79114-985f-48e9-9175-9fc00fac9c35 

About the Opportunity
Based in the Broken Hill Hospital - the largest hospital in Far West NSW
Working in the surgical team, you will provide professional specialist Urology care to public and private patients of the facility
Deliver an exceptional level of care and foster genuine collaboration with consumers, carers and partner organisations
Supervise and act as a clinical resource and teacher for junior staff

About Broken Hill
Often referred to as an “Oasis in the Outback”, Broken Hill is a thriving regional town in far west NSW full of diversity, history and character. Being Australia’s first city to be Nationally Heritage Listed, Broken Hill is a culturally rich town with a vibrant art scene with over 20 galleries (more than pubs)! The unique attractions, festivals and beautiful natural landscapes see tourists flock from all over, but the ones who stay quickly fall in love with the place and its liveability.

With a population just shy of 20,000, Broken Hill is small enough to allow for a relaxed country lifestyle, while big enough to provide all the desired facilities of a regional hub including major supermarkets and retail stores, excellent schools (7 primary & 2 high), multiple gyms & aquatic centre, well-known fast food franchises and a plethora of trendy restaurants, pubs and cafés.

Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) – Otolaryngology (ENT) Surgeon Coffs Harbour Health Campus

Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) – 
Otolaryngology (ENT) Surgeon
Coffs Harbour Health Campus  

Coffs Harbour Health Campus is seeking to employ a VMO Otolaryngology (ENT) Surgeon. Reporting to the Coffs Clinical Network (CCN) Director of Medicine, the VMO Otolaryngologist will provide best practice evidence based clinical services, assist in the education and supervision within the clinical environment of junior medical staff and other relevant staff. The successful applicant will be clinically responsible for providing medical services to patients within the scope of practice.

Participating in the on-call rosters and providing medical leadership and collaborative working relationships nursing, allied health and other staff as part of the delivery of comprehensive and integrated services.  

The successful candidate will be registered with the Medical Board of Australia as a Specialist Otolaryngologist – Head and Neck Surgeon. 

Coffs Harbour is a vibrant regional city by the sea, located on the North Coast of NSW, a six hour drive north of Sydney or four hours south of Brisbane. With direct flights to Coffs Harbour from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne. The subtropical city lies between the forested hills of the Great Dividing Range and the sparkling blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. It is a family friendly area with outstanding schools and recreational facilities. Walking secluded beaches, rocky headlands and the nearby hinterland as well as bike riding, four-wheel driving, fishing, diving, whale watching, and surfing are all popular activities for those living and working on the Coffs Coast.

Attractive relocation and accommodation incentives are available to the successful applicant, as per MNC-POL-0200-017

Employment Type: Visiting Medical Officer
Position Classification: Visiting Medical Officer
Requisition ID: REQ322796 
Advertising Closes: 18 October 2022

Enquiries:
For role-related queries or questions, contact Dr Dennis Pisk on Dennis.Pisk@health.nsw.gov.au  

To apply, see link below:
https://jobs.health.nsw.gov.au/mnclhd-int/jobs/vmo-otolaryngologist-head-and-neck-surgeon-apply-via-ecredential-169573 
 

Divisional Medical Director – Surgical & Perioperative Services

Divisional Medical Director – Surgical & Perioperative Services            

Who are we?
Albury Wodonga Health (AWH) is the largest regional health service between Sydney and Melbourne, located in the twin cities of Albury and Wodonga. Our dedicated team of nearly 3,000 staff supports a population of 250,000 people throughout North-East Victoria and Southern NSW.  AWH is a dynamic organisation undergoing significant growth, including the development of new state of the art Emergency and Mental Health facilities.

The Opportunity
Albury Wodonga Health (AWH) is offering opportunity for a Divisional Director to lead our Surgical and Perioperative Services. The Medical Director is a key leadership role within Albury Wodonga Health (AWH) and provides leadership in the provision, review and management of coordinated high quality divisional surgical and perioperative services. 
This leadership role will be in addition to your clinical duties within the Surgical and Perioperative division with current opportunities in many areas of sub specialty interest. Both Full Time and Fractional appointments will be considered. 

The Divisional Director Surgical & Perioperative Services is responsible, jointly with the respective Director of Nursing, for all aspects of the service: including structures, staffing, activity, budget and safety and quality of the Division. 

In conjunction with the respective Director of Nursing, the Medical Director will work collaboratively with other Divisions to plan, develop and implement coordinated clinical services and will lead continual improvement in safety & quality of clinical services within the Division.

What we are looking for 

You will be an astute, Senior Surgeon or Anaesthetist with an understanding of the private, public, and community-controlled clinical legislative landscape; have sound management skills to ensure efficient and effective functioning of all clinical units; understand the performance levers that drive quality business outcomes and have experience in applying quality improvement processes. Experience/Knowledge working in a regional health service would be valued.