02/04/2024

DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE TRAINING

$175.00 - $215.00 hourly
  • Bass Coast Health
  • Wonthaggi Hospital - Bass Coast Health, Graham Street, Wonthaggi VIC, Australia
Part time Health Care

Job Description

Job Title: Director of Emergency Medicine Training (DEMT)

 About Bass Coast Health 

Bass Coast Health (BCH) is the sub-regional health service for the Bass Coast and South Gippsland Shires, with sites at Wonthaggi, Cowes, San Remo.

In order to support our rapidly growing population, we're growing our services and the complexity of our organisation. This includes adding a new $115 million hospital expansion and renovated facilities to ensure we meet the increasing health care needs of our region.

 Position Summary

The DEMT is the principal point of contact for all vocational and pre-vocational post-graduate doctors in training.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Clinical supervision of junior medical staff.
  • For vocational trainees: coordinating formative and summative assessments, such as Workplace Based Assessments (WBAs) and In-Training Assessments (ITAs), compliant with specialist college regulations.
  • For non-vocational medical officers and interns: coordinating term assessments, compliant with Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV) regulations.
  • Coordinating the ED Learning and Development program, in collaboration with the Clinical DEM.
  • Fulfilling the FACEM-lead role in BCH’s Emergency Medicine Education/Training (EMET) program, in collaboration with the Clinical DEM.
  • Clinical service provision in Wonthaggi ED and short stay unit.

Key Result Areas

  • Recruitment and retention of suitable doctors in training.
  • Fulfilment of regulatory compliance with external institutions such as ACEM and PMCV.
  • Fulfilment of education/training deliverables stipulated in the EMET program at BCH

Requirements of the position are:

    • At least 0.5 FTE at Wonthaggi ED
    • 2 or more years post attaining Fellowship of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (FACEM)
    • Unrestricted AHPRA specialist registration
    • Entitlement to work within Australia
    • A Police Check that is current and within 12 months of the issue date
    • Provision of valid Working with Children Check
    • Provision of an NDIS Worker Screening Check
    • COVID-19 Vaccination and seasonal influenza vaccination of healthcare workers in accordance with Secretary, Department of Health Directions

What’s in it for you

BCH is in a significant growth phase, creating an exciting environment for staff to develop their careers while simultaneously having a direct impact on regional communities.

 BCH staff also enjoy the following perks: 

  • A culture which supports your wellbeing and personal growth
  • Salary packaging, including novated leasing
  • Health and Wellbeing Program
  • Flexible work options and work life balance
  • Study support
  • A coastal lifestyle in the beautiful Bass Coast region

 For further information please contact Carley Gilliland on 0477 523 045 or Dr. Donald Liew on 0419 357 639 

As a Child Safe organisation, Bass Coast Health promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including those with disability.

 Bass Coast Health celebrates and supports our employees and community and is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. BCH welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, people of any age or gender, people identifying as LGBTIQ+ and people with disability.

 

Bass Coast Health is a smoke free organisation

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