Infectious Diseases

Staff Specialist Infectious Diseases Tasmania

  • Flexibility to tailor the role to your special interests
  • Play a vital part in the service’s transformation and expansion
  • Charming regional city with affordable real estate


Where could your career in Infectious Diseases take you? Ever thought of Tasmania? As the latest addition to this expanding Infectious Diseases service, this is your chance to design your own role and focus on doing what you love.

About Your Role

Dedicated to providing the highest standards of healthcare to its community, the hospital fosters a commitment to best practice and continuous improvement, education and research. 


This is a fantastic opportunity for you to work alongside a well-respected academic and leader in their field, with research and teaching opportunities available. In addition to delivering ID medicine, the role also involves infection control, antimicrobial stewardship, clinical audit, and safety and service development.


You will work closely with the incumbent Infectious Diseases specialist as well as the clinical microbiologist and the AMS pharmacist. Strong teamwork and close professional relationships with colleagues and communities are all hallmarks of this hospital and of Tasmanian healthcare in general.

Although this is a full-time position, there is also the possibility of a part-time appointment.

About Your New Home

Your new city, like the rest of Tasmania, is a good example of good things coming in small packages and is ideally nestled at the head of a beautiful valley. The city has grown around a pretty port which has a fascinating history and a vibrant modern-day culture.


The region’s natural beauty is truly staggering and it has also has developed a well-deserved reputation for fine wine, excellent food from the local surrounds, and a charming setting in which to enjoy all these good things.

About You

To apply for this position, you must be able to demonstrate professional competence in the provision of specialist Infectious Diseases medicine. You are also required to currently hold (or be eligible for) fellowship of the RACP and specialist registration with AHPRA. A passion for regional healthcare and a real “can do” attitude will see you flourish in your role.

Sound Interesting?

With its combination of a friendly team culture, extensive professional development opportunities and a focus on work-life balance, you’ll no doubt want to get all the details about this great career move.

To find out more, contact Ian Ormesher at Prescript Recruitment on ian@prescript.com.au or call 1300 755 498 today.

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