ICU Registrar or CMO Permanent Position in Sydney

ICU Registrar or CMO needed for this highly regarded private hospital in Sydney.

One of a kind position for an Intensive Care Registrar or Career Medical Officer to live and work in the iconic city of Sydney.

  • Flexible start date; minimum 2-year contract
  • Attractive remuneration plus option to salary package
  • State-of-the-art Intensive Care department 

About You

For the Registrar position: You’ll be a minimum PGY4 and have at least 12 months experience working in ICU. This position can offer you the guidance and expertise of a very experienced team to further advance your career.

For the CMO position: You’ll either be looking for your next Career Medical Officer role or perhaps you have the ambition to become a senior CMO and a core team member of an ICU department. Initially you will commence as an ICU registrar as part of your training into the CMO position.

About The Role

You will be providing day to day medical care for the largest private hospital in NSW located a short drive from the bustling centre of Sydney. You’ll be rostered 7 days on, 7 days off with 1:3 weeks covering the ward. You will have access to a very experienced team of Visiting Medical Officers and Intensivists who will support you with their wealth of medical knowledge.

About The Hospital

This is a recently expanded tertiary referral hospital with strong ties with the nearby public hospital. The ICU is a state-of-the-art 30-bed unit and sees a wide spectrum of medical presentations including emergency, elective cardiothoracic, neurosurgical and acute medical cases.


An attractive remuneration package of $118,432 - $169,000 plus superannuation is on offer based on your postgraduate experience. You will have access to salary packaging, indemnity cover, annual leave arrangements, professional development opportunities, plus additional shift and after-hours penalty rates. 

The Location

The cosmopolitan city of Sydney speaks for itself and sees people from all over the world relocate to make it their home. Set around the breathtaking Sydney Harbour, this city can offer you everything from hatted restaurants to world-famous beaches and a work life balance you can’t replicate anywhere else. See our location report to learn about the hidden treasures of Sydney.


To be successful in this position, you must hold current registration with AHPRA and be at least PGY4 for the Registrar position and have a minimum 12 months ICU experience, or for the CMO position demonstrate your knowledge and experience working in ICU. 

To Apply

You will be taking over these positions from doctors who have worked at this hospital for over 15 years, meaning this is an extremely rare opportunity to work in a fantastic part of Sydney!

To find out how you can apply for this position call me at Prescript Recruitment on 0416 544 788, email

Choose Your Next ICU Locum With Prescript

Prescript is perfectly placed to help you find the best jobs available across Australia.

We work with the largest network of hospitals across Australia who require regular ICU locum cover. Locations include Bathurst, Coffs Harbour, Lismore, Albury, Bega, Tasmania, Western Australia and Canberra to name a few. Whether you're available for a weekend or a month, there are plenty of hospitals out there who would love to have you work with them.

I have listed below some past and current locum opportunities:

Canberra Hospital, ACT

ICU Reg shifts:

  • 14-17 August 1930-0900
  • 28 Aug - 03 Sep 1930-0900

ICU CMO shifts:

  • 09-15 Oct (0730-2030)
  • 17-21 Oct - (1930-0900)

Rate: $140 to $180 per hour plus super (depending on experience and also salary packaging is available)

Coffs Harbour Hospital, NSW

ICU Reg shifts:

  • 10 -13 August (0800-2000) and 14 August (1930-0900)
  • 4 - 6 September (1930-0900)
  • 28 September - 1 October (0830-2000)
  • 2 - 4 October (1930-0900)
  • Rate: $100 per hour plus super (extra $15 per hour is PGY5+)

North-West regional Hospital, Tasmania

ICU RMO/REG shifts:

  • 06 – 13 August (0800-0800)
  • Rate: $1200 - $1500 per shift

Port Macquarie Hospital, NSW

ICU Reg shifts:

  • 19 -22 August (0800-2030)
  • 19 -22 August (2000-0830)
  • 27-30 August (0800-2030)
  • 4-7 September (2000-0830)
  • Rate: $100 per hour plus super (extra $15 per hour is PGY5+)

Bathurst Base Hospital in NSW

Consultant shifts:

  • 18- 24 September
  • 25 September- 01 October
  • 16- 22 October
  • 30 October - 05 November
  • 20-26 November
  • Rate: $2000 per 24 hours (plus super) inclusive of on-call and call backs
  • Shifts: 0800-0800 on-call 24 hours

Why would you choose to locum?

  • Explore Australia – We are lucky to live in such a diverse country so tick some destinations off your bucket list.
  • Experience different medicine – Take the time to locum at a regional hospital and see an entire spectrum of presentations.
  • Work in a different hospital environment – Be the sole doctor in charge or work with a collaborative team and expand your network.
  • Earn some extra cash – Locuming brings you great rates and some can offer salary packaging.
  • Have a work life balance – Many of us chase the elusive work-life balance; choose where and when you work.

I have spoken with hundreds of ICU doctors over the last 4 years, meaning I can offer you a tailored bespoke service. I will provide you with 360 view of what to expect when partnering with me and what it's like to be a Prescript Recruitment locum doctor. I take the time to listen to what you want and discuss the finer details upfront so there are no surprises; this includes rates, shift types, how you are paid and what it is like to work in the ICU department. This ensures you are perfectly placed and enjoy your locum experience from start to finish.

Sound Interesting? 

Whatever your reasons are for wanting to locum, register your availability with me today and I will work on finding you a locum that matches your preferences. Either call me on 0416 544 788 or email me at

To be eligible to apply for these positions, you must hold current general registration with AHPRA.