Consultant Surgeon - Orthopaedic Surgery (Albany)

WA country health service logo18 June 2021

Consultant Surgeon - Orthopaedic Surgery
Albany

WA Country Health Service
Consultant - Surgeon - Orthopaedic Surgery – Albany Health Campus

The Great Southern Region of Western Australia is seeking to appoint a Consultant - Surgeon - Orthopaedic Surgeon at Albany Health Campus.

This position performs clinical duties and provides patient care as an orthopaedic surgeon within their defined scope of practice including onsite consultation, emergency services, outpatient clinics and operations and procedures. The position provides clinical oversight, support and advice to medical practitioners in the region regarding orthopaedic patients and participates in programs to ensure safety and quality of orthopaedic services including audit, incident review and clinical practice improvement projects.

The Orthopaedic Consultant oversees the training of an Orthopaedic Registrar, Resident Medical Officer and an Intern.  The position manages a case load of both outpatient and inpatients for the Great Southern region and is expected to attend and commit to regular service improvement meetings.

Salary: MP Year 1-9 $355,763 - $452,953 p.a. pro rata (inclusive of base salary, 9.5% superannuation and applicable allowances)

TO APPLY: https://search.jobs.wa.gov.au/page.php?pageID=160&windowUID=0&AdvertID=275999

For Further Job Related Information: We encourage you to contact the Acting Director Medical Services on 08 9892 2682.

Registrar Service Orthopaedic Surgery (Bunbury)

WA country health service logo10 June 2021

Registrar Service Orthopaedic Surgery 
Bunbury

Registrar–Service–Orthopaedic Surgery
Bunbury Health Campus, South West Region

Seeking applications for Registrar Service orthopaedic Surgery positions at Bunbury Health Campus, for 12 months fixed term full time and commencing February 2022.

The Role:  These positions are suitable for enthusiastic applicants interested in improving their orthopaedic skills under direct supervision and for those interested in applying for a position in the Orthopaedic Training Program. The successful applicants will gain a minimum of 12 months quality orthopaedic experience working alongside 2 Orthopaedic Trainees and 6 Orthopaedic Consultant Surgeons. 

Applicants must be eligible for registration with APHRA.  Applicants with at least one previous year of Orthopaedic Registrar experience from Australia or a comparable country. 

The successful candidates will be responsible for the clinical care of patients under the supervision of senior medical staff including: 

  • attending to patients in order of medical urgency.
  • taking history of full medical examinations of new admissions and arranging appropriate investigations and assisting with medical procedures as required.
  • managing medical conditions according to acceptable clinical standards under supervision of consultants.
  • collaborating with other Medical, Nursing staff and multidisciplinary team members to facilitate patient
  • management and communication with family, outside medical practitioners, and/or community services concerning patient management.

Remuneration:  Registrar Year 1-7, $131,299 to $175,977 pa (includes base salary $110,678 to $151,479 pa, professional Development allowance $10,107 pa and 9.50% employer contributed Superannuation). Rates as at February 2021.

For further information contact:  Mr Allen Chong, Orthopaedic Surgery, Head of Department, Email: allenchong.ortho@gmail.com

Apply Here:  https://medjobswa.mercury.com.au/ViewPosition.aspx?id=+/r1wIw/Lp8=&jbc=ere
Closing Date:  5/07/2021 AWST 4.00 pm

Registrar Service General Surgery (Bunbury)

WA country health service logo8 June 2021

Registrar Service General Surgery 
Bunbury

Registrar–Service–General Surgery
Bunbury Health Campus, South West Region

Seeking applications for Registrar Service General Surgery positions at Bunbury Health Campus, for 12 months fixed term full time and commencing February 2022. Applicants with at least 6 months surgical experience are preferred.

The Role:  Applications are invited for the positions of Surgical Registrar within Bunbury Health Campus. The Surgical Department’s small but busy operating department offers high quality, efficient surgical experience. The Day Procedures and Theatres area provide consultant surgical and anaesthetic services for the specialties of general surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology, ophthalmology, urology, orthopaedics, plastics, ENT, emergency and trauma. The Surgical Ward currently has a bed capacity of 30 catering for those patients recuperation from a surgical procedure. Outpatient clinics are also run as part of this directorate. The successful registrars will be required to work with consultants in the efficient delivery of KPIs, surgical admissions and care, timely and efficient discharge planning and communications.

The successful candidates will be responsible for the clinical care of patients under the supervision of senior medical staff including: attending to patients in order of medical urgency; taking history of full medical examinations of new admissions and arranging appropriate investigations and assisting with surgical procedures as required; managing medical conditions according to acceptable clinical standards under supervision of consultants; collaborating with other Medical, Nursing staff and multidisciplinary team members to facilitate patient management and communication with family, outside medical practitioners, and/or community services concerning patient management.

Remuneration:  Registrar Year 1-7, $131,299 to $175,977 pa (includes base salary $110,678 to $151,479 pa, professional Development allowance $10,107 pa and 9.50% employer contributed Superannuation). Rates as at February 2021.

For further information contact:  Dr Jacinta Cover, HOD Surgery, Email: WACHS-SWHODGeneralSurgery@health.wa.gov.au

Apply Here:  https://medjobswa.mercury.com.au/ViewPosition.aspx?id=+/r1wIw/Lp8=&jbc=ere
Closing Date:  5/07/2021 AWST 4.00 pm

Registrar Service General Surgery (Geraldton)

WA country health service logo8 June 2021

Registrar Service General Surgery 
Geraldton

Registrar–Service–General Surgery
Geraldton Health Campus, Midwest Region

Seeking applications for Registrar Service General Surgery positions at Geraldton Health Campus, for 12 months fixed term full time and commencing February 2022. Applicants with at least 6 months surgical experience are preferred.  

The Role:  Applications are invited for the position of Surgical Registrar within Geraldton Hospital. The Surgical Department is a small and busy operating department offering high quality, efficient surgical experience. The Day Procedures and Theatres area provide consultant surgical and anaesthetic services for the specialties of general surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology, urology, orthopaedics, plastics, ENT, emergency and trauma. The successful registrars will be required to work with consultants in the efficient delivery of KPIs, timely discharge summaries and efficient discharge planning.  This full time position commences February 2022 for 12 months.

Successful candidates will be responsible for the clinical care of patients under the supervision of senior medical staff including:

  • attending to patients in order of medical urgency taking a history and full medical examinations and arranging appropriate investigations for new admissions
  • assisting with medical procedures as required;
  • managing medical conditions according to acceptable clinical standards under supervision of consultants
  • Collaborating with other Medical and nursing staff and multidisciplinary team members to facilitate patient management and communication with family, outside medical practitioners, and/or community services

Remuneration:  Registrar Year 1-7, $131,299 to $175,977 pa (includes base salary $110,678 to $151,479 pa, professional Development allowance $10,107 pa and 9.50% employer contributed Superannuation). Rates as at February 2021.

For further information contact:  Dr Jacques Perry, HOD General Surgery, Email: perryperry@bigpond.com

Apply Here:  https://medjobswa.mercury.com.au/ViewPosition.aspx?id=+/r1wIw/Lp8=&jbc=ere

Closing Date:  5/07/2021 AWST 4.00 pm

Registrar Service General Surgery (Albany)

WA country health service logo8 June 2021

Registrar Service General Surgery 
Albany

Registrar–Service–General Surgery
Albany Health Campus, Great Southern Region

Seeking applications for Registrar Service General Surgery positions at Albany Health Campus, for 12 months fixed term full time and commencing February 2022. Applicants with at least 6 months surgical experience are preferred.  

The Role:  The service registrar job we offer here is really quite a unique one in that the registrar has a very high exposure to surgical endoscopy and the operating theatre.
The registrar will work closely with consultant surgeons and other junior medical officers including a general surgery trainee registrar, two resident medical officers and an intern. The registrar attends a minimum of two elective operating sessions a week in which they can expect to both assist the consultant surgeon as well as be the primary operator in a number of procedures. They attend a full day of endoscopy once a week and should expect to complete the majority of their Conjoint training requirements. They are expected to run a registrar endoscopy clinic weekly as well as participate in a consultant led general surgical clinic weekly. The registrar should expect to be on call for general surgery 1 weeknight a week and 1 weekend in 3. The registrar will also lead the monthly general surgical audit meetings. 

Remuneration:  Registrar Year 1-7, $131,299 to $175,977 pa (includes base salary $110,678 to $151,479 pa, professional Development allowance $10,107 pa and 9.50% employer contributed Superannuation). Rates as at February 2021.

For further information contact:  Mr Tom Bowles, Director General Surgery, Email: tom.bowles@health.wa.gov.au

Apply Here:  https://medjobswa.mercury.com.au/ViewPosition.aspx?id=+/r1wIw/Lp8=&jbc=ere

Closing Date:  5/07/2021 AWST 4.00 pm

Neurosurgical or Orthopaedic Spine Surgical Fellowship (Perth)

Neurospine Institute3 June 2021

Neurosurgical or Orthopaedic Spine Surgical Fellowship
Perth 

Neurosurgical or Orthopaedic Spine Surgical Fellowship: Perth, Western Australia

Neurospine Institute is a multi-disciplinary specialist private practice providing surgical services to patients with a wide range of spine and brain disorders. Our two orthopaedic spine surgeons and two neurosurgeons undertake over 1700 open surgeries annually in the private and public healthcare systems.

We have pleasure offering two post FRACS Fellowship positions for Australian or New Zealand surgeons seeking further subspecialty training and experience principally in spine surgery. 

Our surgeons Paul Taylor, Michael Kern, Andrew Miles and Greg Cunningham are highly regarded, busy and experienced trainers, each with subspecialty interests. We offer substantial exposure to Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery (MISS) techniques including MISS and tubular decompression techniques, percutaneous screws, navigation techniques, TLIF and PLIF, XLIF, OLIF (ATP) and MISS 5/1 ALIF. Spinal deformity surgery, motion preservation techniques (TDR, DSS) and intradural surgery is also regularly seen.  The casemix is predominantly degenerative, but trauma, tumour, AIS and infective cases are frequent. Our surgeons lecture nationally and internationally at conferences, educational events and for AO Spine regularly.

Every surgical patient is enrolled in an outcomes database offering multiple research opportunities and a research project during your time with us is highly encouraged. We offer exposure to surgery in both public and private systems, outpatient exposure and audit without an on-call commitment. Our practice incorporates perioperative physicians and physiotherapists ‘inhouse’.

Perth is a fantastic city to live in, and our practice locations are central. Sea, sand, food and wine and a vibrant city life are easily available and rural WA offers incredible tourism opportunities. There’s a reason why it’s said that if you go West, you may never go back…

Reasonable remuneration will be discussed with applicants directly. 6 or 12 month fellowship options are available.

Essential Criteria: Registration as a Medical Practitioner with APRHA, Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) should have been obtained or imminent. Current rights to work in Australia (Australian or New Zealand citizenship or Australian permanent resident)

Further information regarding the fellowship opportunity or application process may be obtained by email or phone. Email: paul.taylor@NSIWA.com.au  Phone:0478 217 181  Website:  www.NSIWA.com.au

 

Neurosurgeon (Perth)

Neurospine Institute3 June 2021

Neurosurgeon
Perth 

Neurosurgeon: Perth, Western Australia

Neurospine Institute is a multi-disciplinary specialist practice providing surgical services to patients with a wide range of spine and brain disorders and diseases.

Working closely with our team of busy surgical specialists along the continuum of care you have the opportunity to benefit from our large referral base and establish an instant integrated private practice that you can grow providing consulting and surgical services and with opportunity to pursue your areas of personal clinical interest. Our affiliated not-for-profit foundation offers further research opportunity.

Your enthusiasm and commitment to neurosurgical services will see you will play an integral role in delivering quality outcomes to our patients as we continually seek to improve and advance medicine in Australia.

Perth is a fantastic city to live in, and our practice locations are central. Sea, sand, food and wine and a vibrant city life are easily available and rural WA offers incredible tourist opportunities. There’s a reason why it’s said that if you go West, you may never go back.

Neurospine Institute also welcomes applications for newly qualified neurosurgeons about to embark on international fellowships with view to employment on return to Australia.

Essential Criteria: Registration as a Medical Practitioner with APRHA, Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS), current rights to work in Australia (Australian or New Zealand citizenship or Australian permanent resident)

Further information regarding the application process may be requested by email or phone. Email: philip.boyd@neurospineinstitute.com.au Phone:1800 638 767 Website: www.neurospineinstitute.com.au

Closing Date: July 31, 2021