Director Neurosurgery

What’s on offer?

Remuneration package of up to $385,800 p.a., comprising base salary range of $185,224 – $327,740 p.a. (HN19 to HN59), employer contribution to superannuation (10%), continuous medical education support allowance ($28,224 p.a. pro rata), and leave (2 weeks p.a.), private practice arrangements, clinical support time, professional indemnity cover. 

Other employment benefits offered by our health service (if applicable) include on call allowance, shift allowances, flexible working arrangements, travel allowances, access to corporate discounts, discounted staff car parking, staff wellness programs, professional development program, employee assistance program and attractive salary sacrificing options.

About the role
The Director for Neurosurgery is responsible for providing strategic operational management and clinical leadership in partnership with the Program Director and General Manager to deliver safe and quality clinical services across the care continuum for patients.
As a Medical Expert you are accountable for the Clinical Care of Patients/Clients allocated to you.
As a Professional you are accountable for 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.
As a manager you are accountable for demonstrating Leadership and providing Clinical Governance and Supervision of staff reporting to you, including junior medical staff.

Each of these services provides a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to the management of the disease.
Interested?

Informal enquiries are welcome, please contact Mr Al Saunder on (03) 9554 8456. 

Applications close on 19 May 2022.

Please note that unsolicited resumes from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.

Additional Information
Applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered.

 

Orthopaedic Surgeon, Department of Surgery, Werribee Mercy Hospital

Vacancies exist for several dynamic and enthusiastic Orthopaedic surgeons to join our developing Orthopaedic service.  

Werribee Mercy is located within a health precinct that has two private hospitals and a variety of private consulting opportunities. Mercy is also currently involved in planning for an extensive redevelopment which will see a large expansion, and modernisation, of all clinical services and physical facilities. You will be part of an On-call roster (approx. 1:5-8 with registrar support) and the appointment will carry around 16+ hrs per fortnight commitment and On-call.  

This is an incredibly exciting opportunity to develop a substantial public and private practice in Orthopaedic surgery in the outer west and offers the opportunity to base the majority of your practice locally. 

If you have any questions or require any adjustments to ensure a fair and equitable interview and selection process please contact us on the details below; 

Dr Iain Skinner, Director of Surgery WMHSURGAdmin@mercy.com.au, 03 8754 6318 

For more information, please visit our website; https://bit.ly/3uIPGks 

Proposed Starting Date: 02/05/2022 

General Surgeon, Department of Surgery, Werribee Mercy Hospital

We are seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic General surgeon - preferably with some subspecialty interest and training - to join one of our three developing team of General Surgeons.  

Werribee Mercy is located within a health precinct that has two private hospitals and a variety of private consulting opportunities. Mercy is also currently involved in planning for an extensive redevelopment which will see a large expansion, and modernisation, of all clinical services and physical facilities.

This is an incredibly exciting opportunity to develop a substantial public and private practice in General / Subspecialty surgery in the outer west and offers the opportunity to reside and base the majority of your practice locally. 

If you have any questions or require any adjustments to ensure a fair and equitable interview and selection process please contact us on the details below; 

Iain Skinner, Director of Surgery  WMHSURGAdmin@mercy.com.au, 03 8754 6318

For more information, please visit our website; https://bit.ly/3iPEmgY

Proposed starting date: 02/05/2022  

Private General Surgeon - Replacement Surgeon required in the Albury-Wodonga region.

Unique opportunity for a general surgeon to take over a busy private general surgical practice.

Long standing general surgeon is retiring early 2023. Opportunity for a replacement who wishes for long term practice in Albury-Wodonga in an already busy general surgical practice. This  would be the ideal introduction with centrally located surgical rooms including a dedicated operating theatre available. A long-established referral pattern from local general practitioners would continue. Retiring surgeon enthusiastic to assist the changeover. Extension of practice into the public system a further option. I may be contacted through my email,neil.geddes@bigpond.com
 

Advanced Reconstructive Microsurgery Fellowship

The Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Unit at the Royal Melbourne Hospital is offering a one year clinical Advanced Reconstructive Microsurgery Fellowship.

The position is open to qualified overseas Plastic Surgeons eligible for temporary medical registration in Victoria. The Unit specialises in microsurgical reconstruction for breast, head & neck cancer and limb trauma. The Unit also manages a large number of general plastic surgery cases, including elective and post-traumatic hand and wrist surgery, facial trauma, brachial plexus injuries, melanoma and provides a broad reconstructive service to all specialties. There are more than 2,000 surgical procedures performed a year including 200+ free flaps.

The Fellow is required to participate in 2-3 major head & neck lists and 1-2 breast reconstruction lists per week and contribute to a research project leading to publication. The case load will also include emergency surgery and elective general plastic surgery lists. The Fellow will attend outpatient clinics and contribute to the management of inpatients. 

Appointments are for 12 months from September 2023 through to August 2024. 

Key dates:

Applications open: 4th April 2022
Applications close: 24th June 2022
Interviews: week beginning 7th July (via Skype)
Job offer: TBC
 
Please refer to the MH Careers website to apply. https://melbournehealth.mercury.com.au/