Alcohol and Drug Service South
The Alcohol and Drug Service is the Tasmanian public health service working to reduce the harms of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use. A Specialist Medical Practitioner is being sought to join our service during an exciting period of change and investment in the alcohol, tobacco and other drug sector in Tasmania, with the recent announcement and funding of a 10-year reform plan.
Working with the Clinical Director, the ADS Management and Senior team and other clinical staff, the Specialist Medical Practitioner will:
We are looking for a Specialist Medical Practitioner with:
There is scope in this role to engage in the development of policy and clinical practice standards.
What you can expect from us:
This position is based in Hobart so you could find yourself a heritage home in the city or surrounding suburbs, often within walking distance of cafes, weekend farmers markets and restaurants serving fantastic fresh Tasmania produce or a home with views of our great mountain and/or river, or you might choose to base yourself in a country town within the greater Hobart area. If you have a family, there are some excellent local primary and secondary schools, with the University of Tasmania on our doorstep.
Tasmanian has a lot to offer as a destination to work, live and play, with a natural environment and quality of life unique to a small capital city. In Hobart you are never more than ten minutes away from a beach, National Park or an award-winning restaurant, with a café culture to match any other Australian city. Whether you see yourself navigating your way around our island, hiking or mountain-biking our world class trails, immersing yourself in our arts scene or just after a different pace of life, there is something in Tasmania for everybody.
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.
Contact Dion Butler on (03) 6166 0747 or email [email protected] for more details.
Apply online at jobs.tas.gov.au and obtain the current Statement of Duties.
Applications close: 7 February 2021
Vacancy No. 522769