- One of the best remuneration packages in the country
- Work for a leading tertiary hospital
- Coastal capital city
This is an incredible opportunity to work as a full time, permanent Geriatrician at Tasmania's tertiary referral centre and major University teaching hospital.
Provide high quality clinical services to Geriatric Medicine patients, both inpatient, outpatient and community.
Actively pursue improved outcomes for Geriatric Medicine patients by participating in teaching and research relevant to Geriatric Medicine.
The department is an accredited training facility and thus you will be required to supervise Principal House Officers, Junior House Officers and Interns, Registrars and Provisional Fellows.
- Remuneration - Competitive packages with salary packaging options available
- Great junior support
- Work at a state of the art, tertiary hospital
- It can be easier to apply for permanent residency in Tasmania
Pretty as a post card, this charming, coastal city combines all the advantages of a modern city with a more relaxed and civilised pace of life.
It boasts an incredible food and wine scene with local produce making the short journey from farm to table. Not only does it offer a constant parade of new bars and award winning restaurants, this city is also home to numerous quirky, visual and performing arts organisations, year-round music festivals, and one of the most exciting, lively and innovative arts centres in Australia.
Explore exciting entertainment options, a wealth of sporting and leisure outlets, great facilities and top-class services. The region has a vibrant education sector including a university that places in the top 2% of universities worldwide and numerous private and public schooling options.
Due to its very friendly locals and relaxed vibe, it is recognised as an especially safe city. This make it’s a great place to live for singles and families.
Transport is quick, easy and stress-free, allowing you to enjoy all the city has to offer and shortly after, be amongst nature. This coastal city is fringed by scenic wilderness, including pristine beaches, breathtaking mountains, old growth forests and plenty more unique flora and fauna. It is home to some of the most stunning scenery in the country and the ideal base from which to experience Tasmania’s World Heritage Wilderness regions.
Despite its reputation, Tasmania is Australia's second driest state, its winters are not as harsh as Canberra's, and summers tend not to melt you like in Melbourne or Sydney. Not to mention, sunsets and sunrises will leave you near speechless.
All this and only a one- hour flight to Melbourne. It really is no wonder the locals consider it Australia’s hidden secret!
The 550 bed tertiary hospital is Tasmania’s largest hospital, employing over 3000 people. It is accredited with RACP for geriatrics for 12 months and works closely with the University of Tasmania and other institutions. This means it constantly attracts great junior support.
The hospital provides specialist services to a population of around 250,000 people and is the referral hospital for the region. These include obstetrics, gynaecology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, psychiatry, urology and oncology and many other specialty areas.
- Hold the FRACP and be registered as a Specialist with AHPRA.
- Have experience working as a Geriatrician
- Candidates who hold the UK CCST (Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training) or from a Competent Authority country may also be considered
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If this role is not quite suitable for you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch as I am working on a number of other roles that might be of interest.
Charterhouse are offering a referral bonus of $1,500 for the referral of any junior doctor and $2000 for any senior doctor who commence a permanent role in 2023. Therefore, if you have any friends or colleagues who have expressed an interest in permanent positions, please contact myself with their details to get the process started.