Staff Specialist - Urology (Hobart)

8 July 2020

Staff Specialist - Urology

We are seeking interest from applicants for a Staff Specialist - Urology vacancy at Royal Hobart Hospital. 

The Urology Department is a pro-active team including Urologists, Registrars, Residents, Interns and a specialised nursing team. We provide specialised clinical and surgical services to all adult urological conditions for inpatients, outpatients and emergency department presentations. We are committed to excellence and improving everything we do from our innovative patient care to our surgical precision improving the lives of our patients. Our experienced team of doctors have pioneered many novel approaches to surgery that have become the current standard of care.  

This position offers a unique opportunity to work in leading tertiary hospital with excellent facilities, whilst having unlimited access to some of Tasmania’s best outdoor attractions.  Discover Tasmania 

A remuneration package comprising the Agreement base salary, relevant allowances and other entitlements will be negotiated with the successful applicant dependent on clinical experience and seniority.  

The engagement is permanent full-time day work (with on-call), working 76 hours per fortnight. 

Working in the role of Staff Specialist – Urology you will provide specialist inpatient and outpatient urology services including regular clinics and operating lists, and care of ward patients. 
Contact Dr Fadi Nuwayhid on (03) 6166 8308 or email for more details.  
Click here to apply online and obtain the current Statement of Duties:   
Applications close:  9 August 2020 
Vacancy No. 509381 

General Surgery Fellow (Launceston)

2 June 2020

General Surgery Fellow

General Surgery Fellow
Department of Surgery – Launceston General Hospital

Position Type: Fixed Term full-time day work (with on-call), working 80 hours per fortnight. Notwithstanding, hours per fortnight may be negotiated with the successful applicant. To commence February 2021 until February 2022.

The Launceston General Hospital has a busy General Surgery workload including Breast/Endocrine, Colorectal and Upper GI specialties. This involves managing all emergency and trauma workload for the region.


The role will involve a mix of the following objectives:

  • The undertaking of approved general surgical outpatient and inpatient services.
  • Participation in the after-hours Registrar/Consultant on-call rosters.
  • Provision of leadership and mentoring for surgical Registrars and RMOs in training.
  • Assisting with quality improvement, audit and service improvement with the Department of Surgery. Also dependent upon qualifications and interests of the incumbent, there may be the opportunity to be involved with other teaching and research activities.

Within the four broad position objectives described above, the incumbent will be responsible for the day to day management of in-patients and out-patients within the hospital. There may also be a need to periodically participate in the after-hours cover at the hospital as determined by the Director of Surgery.

The successful applicant will have the option to negotiate elective surgical experience in sub-specialties to progress their career goal.

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