Senior Anaesthetics Registrar

Fantastic development opportunity for an advanced trainee enrolled with ANZCA

  • Gain extensive experience in a major referral centre
  • The ideal location to relax in your time off and maintain a healthy balance while training
  • Expand your expertise in a well supported department
The Position
As a Senior Registrar you will participate in all activities of the Department of Anaesthesia including the administration of general and regional anaesthetic for General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Radiology, ENT, Urology and Ophthalmology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Dental and Emergency Theatre. You will be responsible for the provision of sedation/GA for endoscopy lists and epidural services to the Labour Ward. You will also participate in Trauma Calls to the Emergency Department and be part of a Pain Service in rotation with other Anaesthetic Department staff members. You may also be rostered to a Pre-Anaesthetic Clinic and your assistance may be required in Critical Care. You will be wiling to participate in a 24-hour shift work roster and able to commence in the new medical year from February 2019.

The Hospital
With over 150-beds this hospital is the area’s major referral centre, serving approximately 160,000 people and it is currently undergoing exciting redevelopments to meet the needs of the surrounding population. Services are provided across many different subspecialties and within the Anaesthetics department you will be well supported, working alongside 9 Consultants, 7 Registrars and 2 JMO’s. You will benefit from the guidance of the department's FANZCA, the Duty Anaesthetist as well as the Director of Critical Care and the DMS.

The Location
This progressive rural city is located northwest of Sydney (45-minutes by plane), and offers a fantastic lifestyle choice to take a step back from the busy pace of big city life. Here you will find affordable housing, little traffic and a friendly and welcoming community. Enjoy farms and cafes within minutes of each other, world-class restaurants, wineries and markets. This is an ideal place to achieve a work-life balance without missing out on any of the amenities of city life, with extensive education, recreational, cultural and shopping facilities on offer.

Essential Criteria
To be successful you must hold current registration with AHPRA and have successfully completed two years accredited Basic Anaesthetic training in an Australian Hospital setting. You must have a demonstrated commitment to ANZCA training.

Gain valuable experience and develop your medical career without sacrificing your work-life balance – Get in touch today for a no-obligation discussion.