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Advance your Pathology career and get access to a broad selection of Pathologist jobs.
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Benefit from the expertise of our Pathology recruitment consultants, that can help you find locum and permanent Pathologist jobs across Australia and New Zealand.
We have a range of interesting job opportunities working for leading providers of private pathology services or in the public system across Australia, and can assist those approaching fellowship, current fellows, and those looking for supervisor and managerial positions.
Our Pathology team will work closely with you to understand your career aspirations and personal goals, to help you find the perfect role in Pathology, and will negotiate with clients to achieve the right package for you.
Register with us today so our Pathology team can keep you informed of the latest Pathology job opportunities and earn a $500 reward*.
What is the average Pathologist salary?
Doctors working in Pathology in Australia can expect to earn the following for locum and permanent jobs:
- Locum Pathologist jobs: pay rates approximately $2,000 per day, including Travel & Accommodation
- Permanent Pathologist jobs: A Consultant Pathologist can expect to earn somewhere between $350,000 to $500,000+ per year depending on experience and seniority.
What Subspecialties of Pathology do we recruit for?
Our pathology team can advise on all disciplines and subspecialities in the following areas:
What qualifications do you need to work as a Pathologist in Australia and New Zealand?
You will need to be a fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (FRCPA) and be eligible for the Specialist Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
What qualifications do you need if you are an Overseas Trained Pathologist?
If you are an Overseas Trained Specialist Pathologist and wish to work in Australia, you will need to apply directly to the Electronic Portfolio of International Credentials (EPIC) for verification of both primary and specialist qualifications, and complete an Australian Medical Council (AMC) online application and apply to the RCPA for a Specialist and/or AON assessment.
If you are considering moving to Australia, we have an experienced team of regulatory experts and migration agents that can help you make the move to work as a Pathologist in Australia.
Register your details with our dedicated Pathology recruitment team today. We’ll contact you for a confidential discussion to help you find the most fulfilling Pathologist job in Australia and New Zealand.