Gain varied experience in a well supported private hospital and reap the benefits of basing yourself in Australia's most affordable big city
- Opportunity to complete 6 months of accredited training
- Expand your expertise across a broad range of cases
- Add private experience to your CV and benefit from close Consultant guidance
As an ICU Registrar or Career Medical officer, you will earn above award rates among other benefits whilst working within this private health setting. Based across 2 hospitals and with a new, bigger department opening it will mean the structure of the role will change slightly but primarily there are no additional junior doctors within the hospital and instead you will be working closely with ICU Consultants with on-call support during night shifts. You will work 38 hours per week on average with 12-hour shifts worked on a 6 on/6 off mix of days and nights.
Due to the unique nature of this role it would be great to speak directly if you are interested in hearing more and it will be well suited to those who are advanced in their experience. As the department is accredited you could complete 6 months of training.
Your duties will be split across two hospitals, one of which will be newly opened. The larger department consists of 16 beds (due to increase to 20) and the other has 8 beds (but extends to 10-12 with HDU cases). One is a level 2 ICU and the other a level 3. You will experience cardiothoracic cases at one and more gynaecology and urology at the other, as well as some neurology, oncology and paediatrics. You will join a positive and collaborative team with a strong focus towards support and training.
Based in Australia?s most affordable big city, you will enjoy close access to world class wine regions, stunning beaches and lands bursting with produce. You will be spoilt for choice with bustling, trendy cafes offering some of the best coffee brews in the country as well as inspired festivals, art displays and sporting events. You will be working in the CBD with the option to base yourself in the city, on the coast or in quiet surrounding suburbs.
To be considered for this role you must have at least 6 months ICU Registrar experience and 6 months Anaesthesia Registrar experience. You will hold General registration with AHPRA or be eligible for registration with experience from a country with a comparable health care system (New Zealand, UK, Ireland, Canada or USA). As an accredited department there is the potential to complete 6 months of training.