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22/11/2019
$320,800 - $594,570 yearly
Central Adelaide Local Health Network Royal Adelaide Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Total Indicative Remuneration: $320,800 - $594,570 (pro rata) - MD2  Full-time and part-time temporary positions up to 1/12/21   Joining a highly respected, dynamic team working across the Royal Adelaide Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital sites, you will provide clinical services of the highest possible standard to Emergency Department patients. This will be achieved both in terms of individual performance, and by providing clinical leadership and contributing to a multidisciplinary approach to the delivery of patient care. You will provide a professional medical service in accordance with Departmental, Hospital and regional policy manuals and documents, and with the Professional standards of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine. You will be actively involved in teaching Emergency Medicine Trainees, Trainee Medical Officers, interns and medical students and where appropriate nursing and allied health staff. As part of your role, you will also participate in clinical audit and quality, safety and clinical risk management activities along with research and continuous medical education activities. CALHN EDs attract high quality Emergency Medicine Trainees and junior staff and has a high level of support for training and development. The new Royal Adelaide Hospital is the largest hospital in South Australia, providing world class health care and facilities. The most advanced hospital in Australia, the new RAH is the cornerstone of the SA Health system. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital is a 311 bed, acute care teaching hospital that provides inpatient, outpatient, emergency and mental health services to a population of more than 250,000 people living primarily in Adelaide’s western suburbs. Within the CALHN network there is significant exposure to critically unwell patients arriving from other hospitals within Central Australia as well as opportunities to focus on special skills such as Ultrasound and Toxicology. You will be a Fellow of the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine or equivalent and be registrable with the Medical Board of Australia (AHPRA) as a Specialist in Emergency Medicine. With a proven track record of extensive clinical experience relevant to work in an Emergency Department, you will demonstrate high level clinical skills in emergency medicine. You will bring the ability to work independently and exercise a high level of professional judgement and medical competence in a multidisciplinary setting. The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.   Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.   Applications close: 6 December 2019   For further information and to apply visit www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/careers and search for Job Ref: 709354
Government of South Australia, SA Health • Central Adelaide Local Health Network, Royal Adelaide Hospital and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Full time
20/11/2019
A pivotal role as this iconic brand drives transformational change to their service Expert medical advisory and clinical governance role to the CEO Drive medical leadership of the organisation Foster and champion patient care and innovation around future service delivery models About the Company The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) is one of the largest, and most comprehensive and iconic aeromedical organisations in the world. The RFDS (Queensland Section) has a vision to improve the health of people in remote, rural and regional Queensland. We have been  providing aeromedical and primary healthcare services to communities across Queensland for over 90 years.  With a Head Office based in Brisbane, we maintain nine operational bases in regional centres across the State and except for its Longreach office, each has an aviation presence.    About the role This role reports directly to the CEO, having a primary advocacy and advisory role. The provision of specialist clinical advice, guidance and consultation are key responsibilities to ensure consistent and safe clinical practice.  This position will be crucial as they drive transformational change to their service and align to their “Towards 100” strategy, through evolving models of care and growth within the organisation.  It is essential they continue to meet the needs of their patient in rural and remote Queensland, whilst driving innovation and contemporary solutions to both critical aeromedical and primary care streams. Accountable for the medical leadership of the organisation, you will provide expert and authoritative advice on a wide range of professional, medical and policy issues and work with the CEO to execute key clinical and medical strategic initiatives, You will empower, motivate and develop a high performing culture across medical and clinical staff to maximise their contribution towards the delivery of a quality service whilst ensuring their medical education. Additionally, your exemplary communication skills will enable you to act as spokesperson for the RFDS Qld Section in medical related matters and engage with key stakeholders. About the person To be considered you will be an accomplished professional who can provide expert, authoritative and strategic advice to the CEO and Board. You will hold a current registration with the Medical Board of Australia; and have a deep knowledge and experience of pre-hospital retrieval medicine and clinical governance, and the necessary fellowship qualifications. With significant experience leading medical and multidisciplinary teams, it is expected that you will have a relevant and current clinical practice and will maintain this during your appointment with the RFDS, with a fractional appointment to this role. For more information and to apply please contact Gemma Ledbury on 07 3232 9138 or email [email protected]    
Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland Section) Brisbane Airport QLD, Australia Part time
19/11/2019
$109,000 - $154,000 yearly
3 February 2020 start Competitive remuneration + salary packaging Registrar pay grades range between $109,000 - $154,000 Iconic Australian Not-For-Profit organisation CareFlight is an Australian not-for-profit aeromedical organisation. Our mission is to save lives, speed recovery and serve the community. We operate from locations in NSW, northern WA and the Top End of the NT. Our specially trained doctors, nurses and paramedics use helicopters, aeroplanes, medi-jets and road ambulances to bring a hospital level of care to over 9,000 patients each year. We also deploy medical professionals to remote oil, gas & mining sites, both onshore and offshore. We offer six or 12 month terms for registrars in Anaesthesia, Intensive Care or Emergency Medicine. Previous retrieval experience is not required as our comprehensive induction and ongoing training program will teach you all you need to know. We’ll take the hassle out of coming to Australia by assisting you with your visa, college accreditation and Australian medical registration needs. The role Based in Darwin, your role will involve low and high acuity transfers within Australia, off-shore and internationally. Working from bases in Broome, Gove and Darwin you will experience many transfers from remote Aboriginal communities, including world famous areas like Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land.  If you decide to spend twelve months with us, we can broaden your horizons by providing you with a six month rotation at each base (NT/NSW). About you To be successful in this role you will: have a minimum of  5 years post graduate experience with critical care, high level airway and resuscitation skills; have 3 months experience in both Anaesthetics and Emergency Medicine; have successfully completed of ATLS or EMST; be physically fit and able to work at heights and in water; be registered to practice in Australia (or be willing to undertake medical registration); successfully complete CareFlight’s pre-employment physical assessment; be prepared to undertake Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET) and hold a current passport, driver’s license and visa (if required). How to apply If you would like to be part of our team, you can apply using the link below.  Please ensure you attach a current resume and covering letter that addresses the role’s essential criteria .    CareFlight values diversity in the workplace.  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.   All employees must comply with CareFlight’s Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) as required by CASA and may be subject to random workplace testing. Criminal Record and Working With Children Checks also apply.
CareFlight Darwin NT, Australia Seasonal
13/11/2019
Join an energetic, diverse group of consultants with a variety of interests and backgrounds.  Gain invaluable clinical and leadership experience in our Emergency Department. Emergency Medicine Specialists are invited to apply and join our small, dynamic, cohesive team.  Interesting clinical medicine is core business, peppered with opportunities to develop own interests.  Options include research collaboration with Clifford Craig research institute, education with UTAS, and innovation solutions to regional health care access for growing demand, and several core emergency care portfolios. Come over to Tasmania and experience all our beautiful state has to offer! Relax and enjoy the local wine and fresh produce or take your pick of activities from bush walking, mountain biking, kayaking, climbing or swimming and playing on pristine empty beaches. For more information contact: Dr Lucy Reed, Director Emergency Medicine: [email protected]   or Vicki Winley , Administration Officer: [email protected] Apply online https://careers.pageuppeople.com/759/cw/en/job/1028386/staff-specialist-medicine-521169
Tasmanian Health Service Launceston General Hospital (LGH), Charles Street, Launceston TAS, Australia Full time
12/11/2019
We’re seeking suitably qualified and experienced medical practitioners to join our team and support our rapidly growing population. Located between Sydney and Newcastle the Central Coast combines a stunning coastal lifestyle with the vibrant growth of a regional area. Enjoy a rewarding career with a real work-life balance in a family friendly community that caters for all ages and where housing is affordable. As a senior leader in the emergency team you will enjoy a stimulating and supportive environment where you will be able to share your expertise and help foster continued learning along with your own personal and professional growth. About You: You’re a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Emergency Medicine. You're committed to driving quality improvements. You’re skilled at leading and supervising junior doctors. You’re collaborative and respectful and able to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team.  You’re a great communicator and eager to work with a dynamic, young consultant group About Us : Over 150,000 people, combined, pass through our emergency departments at Gosford and Wyong Hospitals each year We provide adult and paediatric services supported by intensive care units We have a brand new ED at Gosford Hospital and planning underway for a new one at Wyong Hospital We’re ACEM accredited for 18 months training and have an active research program We’re proud of our successful primary and fellowship programs,   and we’re still growing with over 390,000 people expected to call the Central Coast home by 2031. Applications are accepted via eCredential only. To apply click on the link below and follow the Registration/Login Process. https://healthnswgov.referrals.selectminds.com/cclhd-int/jobs/visiting-medical-officer-in-emergency-medicine-apply-via-ecredential-57574 Create/Update your Clinician Profile and complete the Application and Selection Criteria questions. If you experience difficulties applying please contact Senior Medical Workforce on 4320 3009. For More Information, please contact Dr Kate Porges, Area Director, Emergency Services, CCLHD 02 4320 3569 or 0419 822 903 Applications will not be accepted by Agencies Closes 24th November 2019
NSW Dept of Health Central Coast Local Health District Full time
11/11/2019
Hamlyn Terrace, Wyong Hospital | Central Coast Employment Type : Permanent Full Time, Permanent Part Time Position Classification : Staff Specialist Remuneration : As per the Award Hours Per Week : Up to 40 Requisition ID : REQ134641 We’re seeking suitably qualified and experienced medical practitioners to join our team and support our rapidly growing population. Located between Sydney and Newcastle the Central Coast combines a stunning coastal lifestyle with the vibrant growth of a regional area. Enjoy a rewarding career with a real work-life balance in a family friendly community that caters for all ages and where housing is affordable. As a senior leader in the emergency team you will enjoy a stimulating and supportive environment where you will be able to share your expertise and help foster continued learning along with your own personal and professional growth. About You:  You’re a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Emergency Medicine. You're committed to driving quality improvements. You’re skilled at leading and supervising junior doctors. You’re collaborative and respectful and able to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team.  You’re a great communicator and eager to work with a dynamic, young consultant group About Us :  Over 150,000 people, combined, pass through our emergency departments at Gosford and Wyong Hospitals each year We provide adult and paediatric services supported by intensive care units We have a brand new ED at Gosford Hospital and planning underway for a new one at Wyong Hospital We’re ACEM accredited for 18 months training and have an active research program We’re proud of our successful primary and fellowship programs,   and we’re still growing with over 390,000 people expected to call the Central Coast home by 2031. Applications are accepted via eCredential only. To Apply  click here  and follow the Registration/Login Process. Create/Update your Clinician Profile and complete the Application and Selection Criteria questions. If you experience difficulties applying please contact Senior Medical Workforce on 4320 3009. For More Information,  please contact Dr Kate Porges, Area Director, Emergency Services, CCLHD   02 4320 3569 or 0419 822 903 Applications will not be accepted by Agencies Medical Practitioner registered or able to be registered in Australia, inclusive of an unrestricted 19AB exempted provider number. Recognised specialist qualifications, Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Emergency Medicine and / or other equivalent specialist recognition. (Applicants expecting to be awarded their fellowship within six months may be considered. If successful the applicant will not be subsequently eligible to commence their appointment until the relevant qualifications and requirements are formally completed.) Appropriate experience to practice as a Senior Medical Practitioner in Emergency Medicine Ability to work constructively and effectively in a Multidisciplinary team environment, demonstrating excellent interpersonal and communications skills. Demonstrated willingness and ability to lead and supervise medical and surgical trainees, residents and medical students; eg experience in teaching the management of the deteriorating patient would be advantageous. Demonstrated interest in quality improvement methodologies. Demonstrated commitment to Caring for the Coast vision, goals and strategies, with demonstrated behaviours which align to the NSW CORE values and CCLHD Values and Behaviours charter. Need more information?    1) Click here for the  Position Description    2) To View the Clinical Privileges and Scope of Practice for this position  click here Applications Close: 24th November 2019    
NSW Dept of Health Wyong NSW, Australia Full time