Medical Director – Surgical Service Line (Redcliffe)

15 September 2021

Medical Director – Surgical Service Line

Position Title:   Medical Director – Surgical Service Line

Work Unit/Facility Location:  Surgical Service Line, Redcliffe Hospital

Purpose of the role

The Medical Director for the Surgical Service Line is responsible for operationally leading and managing, in partnership with the respective Nursing Director, high standards of clinical governance and service delivery in a multi-disciplinary team environment to patients.

As a member of the Redcliffe Hospital Senior Leadership Team, the Medical Director will:

  • Provide strategic vision, leadership and planning for the delivery of person-centred, safe and effective services for patients
  • Drive innovation around interprofessional service delivery models and lead organisational strategy and planning
  • Represent the Surgical Service Line and Redcliffe Hospital in collaboration with your peers in other MNHHS Clinical Directorates

About the Role

  • The maintenance of appropriate Credentials and working within your awarded Scope of Clinical Practice (SoCP) as determined by Metro North Health and limited by the Clinical Service Capability Framework (CSCF) of individual facilities.  At a minimum, this will require maintenance of registration as a (specialist) medical practitioner in a discipline relevant to the position as outlined,
  • Actively taking part in Quality Improvement, Risk Management, Peer Review, Morbidity and Mortality Meetings and Audit and to demonstrate positive change as a result. This includes support for National and College quality standards.
  • Demonstrating Leadership and providing Clinical Governance and Supervision of staff reporting to you, including junior medical staff.
  • Actively supporting and undertaking Teaching of Undergraduate and Post-Graduate Clinical Staff including medical and non-medical clinicians as well as non-clinical staff as required.

Job Ad Reference RD387022
Job Details:
Closing Date Tuesday, 28 September 2021

Registrar/Principal House Officer (Orthopaedics) (Rockhampton)

30 August 2021

Registrar/Principal House Officer (Orthopaedics)

Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service are currently inviting applications for a Registrar or Principal House Officer to join the Orthopaedic team on a Temporary Full-Time basis for 12 months. This position is based in Rockhampton, supporting the service delivery to Gladstone Hospital and Telehealth Clinics to our regional services. 

Total remuneration of $151,004 p.a.; comprised of a salary between $113,481 - $131,571 p.a. 

Additional Benefits:

  • Professional Development Leave 
  • Professional Development Allowance / Vocational Training Subsidy
  • Up to 12.75% employer superannuation
  • 17.5% annual leave loading
  • Salary packaging
  • Work/life balance, variety and flexibility 
  • Employee Assistance Program

How to Apply: The Role Description and Information Package provide specific information on how to apply for the advertised position. If you have difficulty viewing the Role Description in PDF format please contact Recruitment Services - Rockhampton and quote the Job Ad Reference RK1H384698.

Apply via: 
Applications close: Tuesday, 28 September 2021

Principal House Officer Orthopaedics (Bundaberg)

23 August 2021

Principal House Officer Orthopaedics 

Position Title:  Principal House Officer (Orthopaedics)

Location: Department of Orthopaedics, Bundaberg Hospital

Remuneration:  value up to $14,993 per month

Duties: This position description is general for all Registrars and Principal House Officers (PHO’s) in the Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service.  Specific duties will vary dependent upon the clinical specialty and some will be negotiated with the relevant consultant, the Department of Orthopaedics and the individual.  Each position is supervised by senior medical staff, although a reasonable degree of autonomy is expected.  All Registrars and PHO’s should provide leadership to junior residents working in the same clinical unit. The Bundaberg Hospital is a teaching hospital of the University of Queensland Rural Clinical School.  Student placements occur throughout the year and medical staff is expected to work with the Clinical School in the education program.

Enquiries:  Dr Peter Darcy (07) 4150 2369

Job Ad Reference:  H2108WB383377

Application Details:

Closing Date:  Monday, 20th September 2021

Surgical Fellowship – Surgical Oncology Breast and Endocrine (Gold Coast)

23 July 2021

Surgical Fellowship – Surgical Oncology Breast and Endocrine
Gold Coast

Surgical Fellowship – Surgical Oncology Breast and Endocrine

The Gold Coast Melanoma Clinic is offering a Fellowship in Surgical Oncology Breast, Endocrine and Melanoma Surgery at both John Flynn Private Hospital and The Tweed Hospital for a one year period commencing January 2022.  This fellowship offers an outstanding opportunity for training in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery, Endocrine and Complex Melanoma and Soft Tissue Tumour Surgery.

Applicants are expected to participate in a 1 in 3 on-call Fellows roster at Tweed Hospital sharing general surgical on-call duties with 2 other fellows in Upper GI and Colorectal. There are 10 General Surgeons at the Tweed/John Flynn Hospitals and is staffed by a full complement of Advanced Trainees in General Surgery. Expectations are that you will be involved in teaching supervising students and trainees.

Applicants should hold a FRACS; be eligible for registration with AHPRA and NSW Medical Board; have recently completed advanced training in general surgery.  You will be encouraged to participate in clinical programs, initiate research, oversee Breast Outpatient and Breast Screening Assessment Clinics, and teach medical students.

To learn more about or apply this great opportunity contact Dr Nic Crampton (07) 5504 7263 or email