One of our long-standing Medical Recruitment experts Emma Gordon shares her insights – what you can expect when working with Wavelength, the benefits of being an exclusive Wavelength Doctor and just why all that paperwork is so important.
From 11 March 2019, a Health Workforce Certificate will be required for certain medical professions. Our expert Regulatory and Migration team shares the details overseas Doctors looking to work in Australia need to know now.
International Women’s Day is celebrated worldwide on 8 March. The 2019 theme, More Powerful Together, recognises the important role we all play in breaking down stereotypes to create a world where women and girls everywhere have equal rights and opportunities. In today's blog, Wavelength’s Director Claire Ponsford reflects not only on how far we’ve come but also how far we all still have to go to breakdown stereotypes and achieve gender parity.
Dr John Bethell graduated from Aberdeen Medical School in 1990 and worked as a doctor in both the UK and Australia, launching Wavelength with co-founder Claire Ponsford in 1999. As a pioneer and market leader of medical recruitment in Australia Dr Bethell has seen the industry grow and mature. After two decades of helping doctors find work and healthcare employers find doctors, he sees the medical workforce world from a unique perspective.
Camilla Mutton has worked in the Medical and Not-For-Profit sector for nearly a decade. Previously working as an Associate Recruiter at Wavelength on the Psychiatry team, she has recently moved to the Wavelength corporate team as Business Improvement Consultant, and prior to that worked at the Australian Red Cross Blood Service and Greenpeace Australia. As an avid reader, and advocate for equality, Camilla has a thirst for knowledge and involvement across the medical industry and multiple not-for-profit organisations. She offers a fresh perspective on the medical workforce and the ever-changing cultural environments in Australia.
Dr Anthony Llewellyn graduated from the University of Tasmania in 1996. Anthony has had a diverse career in Medicine. A career that has seen Anthony become a consultant Psychiatrist and then go on to work in a range of leadership, administrative, executive and teaching roles. Anthony has previously been a Director of Medical Workforce at Hunter New England Local Health District as well as the Executive Medical Director of the Health Education and Training Institute from 2012 to 2016.