Surround yourself with lush rural landscapes and breathtaking ocean views
- Excellent salary packaging options
- Internal and external professional and personal development opportunities
- A full-time temporary position until 31 Jan 2021 with the possibility to extend
As an experienced Specialist Obstetrcian and Gynaecologist, you will provide high quality services to the community. This position is predominately clinically focused, along with the related management and support functions. These management/support functions are in support of the Clinical Director of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and are focused on quality and risk management activities, professional development and training and supervisor of junior medical staff. In turn, you will benefit from excellent salary packaging options including meals and entertainment, novated leasing and additional superannuation contributes. There are also a number of international and external professional development opportunities, as well as personal development such as resilience and mentoring workshops and comprehensive leadership programs. On offer is a full-time temporary position until 31 January 2021 with the possibility to extend.
This organisation is Victoria’s largest sub-regional health service, providing a comprehensive range of specialist medical, nursing, mental health, allied health and community health services to a catchment of 110,000 people. The facility you will be joining has a capacity of more than 200 beds, providing acute, rehabilitation and mental health care, as well as extensive outpatient and community services.
You will become a local to the popular Great South Coast, based in the bustling regional centre. The local area boasts excellent sporting, education (pre-school to university), social and cultural facilities, as well as an award winning foreshore promenade - a 6km path stretching across the coastline. There are many spectacular beaches surrounding this busy township during the summer months. You’ll enjoy a vibrant arts and events scene, with opportunities to tempt your tastebuds at renowned restaurants serving the best and fresh local produce.
You must hold current registration with AHPRA and FRAZCOG (or equivalent). You will have a broad experience in the fields of Obstetrics and Gynaecology to enable confident clinical practice in a regional area and a commitment to quality improvement activities related to the practice.