Prescript is looking for Resident Medical Officers (RMOs) for a number of 12-month fixed term contract positions at Canberra’s tertiary referral hospital (and the other hospitals within the network, including rural areas).
Start date is as soon as possible (start dates up to August 2019 considered). Doctors who currently hold General, Limited or Provisional registration with AHPRA are encouraged to apply.
✔️ Variety of rotations available
✔️ Competitive salary and benefits
✔️ Supportive training environment and access to structured teaching programs
✔️ Welcoming and friendly city with excellent amenities and transport links
Email James Hill (Prescript’s Founder & Recruitment Partner) to find out more ⬇️
You will be providing day-to-day medical care for patients under the supervision and direction of the hospital’s experienced senior medical officers. This health service understands the importance of continued broad based clinical exposure and so offers a wide range of rotations for RMOs. A special effort is made to ensure that all RMOs have access to rotations that are going to contribute to the accreditation of the terms for their career progression.
There are 4 rotations over the 12 months, each one 12-13 weeks in length.
Rotations cannot be guaranteed. For the rotations in Term 3 & 4 2019 options would be limited, much more ability to express a preference for specific rotations for Term 1 & 2 2020.
During each rotation you would likely be rostered at least one set of nights (7 days) – these are followed by 7 days off .
Some rotations are in more rural locations, such as Bega and Goulburn.
Possible Rotations Available:
Drug and Alcohol
Geriatrics RMO 1
Gen Surg Trauma
Paeds Surgery (Sub-Speciality)
Paeds (rural location)
Ortho Surg (rural location)
What We’re Looking For
If you're interested in a full time, fixed-term position in a major tertiary hospital, please read the criteria below to see if it's the right role for you.
➕ Available to start by August 2019 for a twelve-month contract.
➕ Must have Australian Hospital experience.
➕ Hold limited, provisional or general registration with AHPRA.
➕ Have completed at least one-year postgraduate training.
➕ You will be friendly and approachable and will have the ability to relate well to staff members and your patients.
➕ An efficient and considerate team player with a 'can-do' attitude.
➕ Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident. Temporary visas can be considered.
Why Join This Hospital?
The Canberra Hospital is the region's major public hospital, providing specialist care to a large geographic area.
➕ 600+ bed tertiary level health facility
➕ Major trauma centre
➕ A teaching hospital
➕ Home to many leading research organisations.
Benefits You Can Expect
✔️Base salary range of $79,682 - $87,410
✔️Salary packaging available
✔️Penalties and over-time entitlements
✔️Four weeks annual leave plus ADO’s
✔️Rotations available in acute and sub-acute specialities
✔️Supportive training environment and access to structured teaching programs
✔️A welcoming and friendly city with excellent amenities and transport link
When you visit Canberra, be prepared to experience one good thing after another. Whether it's world-class wining and dining, iconic national treasures or outdoor adventures, everything you're after is just an easy distance away.
Canberra is often overlooked by visitors to Australia in favour or Sydney and Melbourne, but it is truly a great location to live and visit. Canberra is a breath of fresh air (quite literally). The planned design in a rural setting makes Canberra the perfect combination of the city and the great outdoors.
The Impact You’ll Have
Do you enjoy working as a team, in a friendly and compassionate environment? Are you eager to contribute and add value to your workplace and the community?
This position will have a huge impact in the local region – you will be joining a value-driven hospital where mentoring and training is well integrated with the clinical service.
Sound Like You?
If you are looking for varied experience within a teaching hospital, are at least PGY2 and you currently hold limited, provisional or general registration with AHPRA, contact James Hill (Prescript’s Founder & Recruitment Partner).
There are two ways to find out more:
Click 'Candidate Contact' to ask a question online (with option to upload your CV)
Next Steps With Prescript
At Prescript Recruitment, we follow a transparent, friendly process to assist you with your new role.
This begins with an informal conversation with Prescript – We will talk about the position, the hospital and the location in more detail and gain a clear understanding of your career, family and lifestyle wishes.
From there, if you’re happy to proceed to the next step, we will arrange an application and make sure it is going to be the right position for you.
The final stage is progressing to your formal offer of employment which then secures you the role. We continue to look after you and ensure your move and start to your new position is smooth and stress-free.
Meet the Prescript Recruitment Team
We work with doctors for locum, ongoing and fixed-term positions across regional Australia. Connect with Prescript here ⬇️
➕ Recruitment - James Hill, Nicola Speer, Rebecca Doyle, Marcia Beere - Dedicated recruitment partners.
➕ Marketing & Vacancies - Grace Clueit - Rapid promotion of locum, ongoing and teleradiology vacancies - helping doctors discover jobs with ease.
➕ Credentialing & Logistics - Stef McLaughlin and Lee Kabigting - Adhere to the highest JAS-ANZ-accredited standards of quality and credentialing. Management of paperwork and travel logistics - making sure doctors start on time.
➕ Finance & Payments - Hugo Scales - Prescript's Finance & Payments Manager ensures doctors get paid promptly and smoothly.
At Prescript we’re known for helping solve the regional doctor shortage in Australia.
Every day we’re focused on two clear outcomes - Helping hospitals find doctors that create departments and clinics that run better, have more capacity and less stress. And placing Doctors in jobs that leave them feeling highly valued, rewarded and, most importantly, enjoying what they do.
We believe that when we get these two crucial things right, it has a huge impact on the regional doctor shortage and the healthcare of communities across Australia.
There are three ways to contact us:
Call 1300 755 498
Click 'Connect with Prescript' to ask a question online (with option to upload your CV)
We’d love to hear from you!