Global Opportunities for FRANZCR Radiologists | Let your career follow the sun with Teleradiology


Why Teleradiology?

Let your career follow the sun with teleradiology. You will be joining a global and trusted provider in teleradiology to become part of their team working across the world. You can choose from locations such as Australia, New Zealand, UK, USA, Canada, South Africa and mainland Europe.

Wherever you decide to work, you will be helping public hospitals and private radiology groups in Australia and New Zealand with their emergency and after-hours reporting.  Having global coverage with FRANZCR Radiologists means there is 24/7 access and support for regional communities when they need it most. Plus, the best thing about your career following the sun is that you only report during your awake hours.

There are not many opportunities where you can travel, explore and work as a Radiologist at the same time. Whether you choose to work from a dedicated reporting office or a home office, you will still be part of an excellent reporting environment with the support of a well-trained and efficient QA team and the backing of state of the art IT.

Benefits You Can Expect

  • Lucrative salary package
  • Generous relocation allowance offered
  • Choice of payment via PAYG or ACN invoice
  • Annual AHPRA and college costs covered
  • Supported CPD programme
  • Paid trauma reporting course
  • STATdx access
  • Medical malpractice cover
  • Visa sponsorship for UK/USA (ask about other locations)

What we're looking for

Are you interested in something a bit different? Does the idea of working seven days on / seven days off in an overseas location sound appealing?  Maybe you want to stay in Australia and New Zealand and have more flexibility around your family life?

There are only nine positions available in total – seven overseas and two based in Australia and New Zealand.


  • You would work 7 days on / 7 days off
  • Locations are available in the UK, USA, Canada, South Africa and mainland Europe.
  • Work from either a dedicated reporting office or a home station.
  • Looking to explore different parts of the world? You can stay in the same place for the duration of your contract or move around.


  • Work 10-day fortnight.
  • Work from either a dedicated reporting office or a home station.


  • You will have FRANZCR and AHPRA specialist registration
  • Current emergency and trauma reporting experience
  • Commitment for 1 to 2-year period

The impact you'll have

You will be working during your awake/daylight hours for public hospitals and private radiology providers in Australia and NZ helping to manage their after-hours and urgent reporting. This role makes a massive difference to regional communities.

The caseload will be exciting and varied, and you will enjoy the support of highly trained clinical operations and technical support staff.

Next steps with Prescript


  1. We follow a transparent, friendly process to assist you with your new role. It begins with an informal conversation with Prescript – we will talk about the position, the company and the locations available in more detail and gain a clear understanding of your career, family and lifestyle wishes.
  2. From there, if you’re keen to proceed to the next step, we will arrange informal and more formal interviews and potentially a visit to make sure that teleradiology is going to be the right for you and your family.
  3. 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.

Find out more by contacting Rebecca Doyle and Nicola Speer

Rebecca and Nicola recruit for locum and permanent positions across Australia, New Zealand (and globally) with a focus on Radiology. // 0434 401 379 // 0405 429 799

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About Prescript Recruitment

For more information, a great place to start is

You'll find information about our locum and permanent recruitment services for doctors, hospitals and practices.  You'll also find links to our blogs, location reports and other resources.

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UK / Ireland trained A&E Registrar? Relocate to Australia.

A&E Registrar - Relocate to Australia - Emergency Medicine

If you want the dream work life balance, Australia is where you should be.

Are you a UK or Ireland trained A&E Registrar? Prescript Recruitment is partnering with public hospitals across Australia to fill Emergency Medicine fixed term contract positions.

  • Attractive salary packages available based on experience.
  • Visas, Registration and Credentialing managed for you.
  • Variety of coastal, city and regional locations available.

Georgia Stratford is Prescript Recruitment's specialist for Emergency Medicine. She is known for delivering a first class service and providing peace of mind to everyone she works with that they are in good hands. If you have ever thought about relocating to Australia then speak to Georgia. Prescript is based in Sydney, but we can arrange a Skype call for either first thing in the morning or late evening UK / Ireland time.

Emergency Medicine Positions Available

  • Registrar
  • Senior Registrar

Start date: Starting from August 2017

Length of contract: 12 month fixed-term contract

Benefits: An attractive salary package based on your experience plus superannuation (pension) and educational allowances. You will have access to flexible study and annual leave arrangements, professional development opportunities, plus additional shift and after hours penalty rates.

The biggest benefit would be the fact you get to live in Australia for a year! Prescript are experts at helping doctors relocate to Australia. Georgia is working with hospitals in great locations all across the country.

What we're looking for: 

For a Registrar position - You will have 6-12 months of critical care experience either within Emergency, Anaesthetics, Medicine or Intensive Care.

You must also be eligible for registration with the Medical Board of Australia via the Competent Authority pathway (United Kingdom, Canada, United States, New Zealand and Ireland).

*Please note that Standard pathway (AMC, MCQ) applications cannot be considered.

Sound like you? Apply now!

Georgia Stratford would be happy to answer any questions you have about the positions and how we can help you make the move to Australia. Apply online with your CV and we will be in contact within 24 hours.

6 steps to securing a position in Australia

  • Are you a UK trained A&E SHO or Registrar? 
  • Interested in a 12 month position in Australia?
  • Not sure what happens next?

If you're thinking you want to secure a role for August 2017, then Prescript will need to secure an interview for you within the next few weeks. This means we have to move quickly and start the process as soon as possible. I have listed below the 6 steps needed to secure your dream role of working and living in Australia:

  1. Prescript will need to assess your eligibility. By registering with Prescript we can discuss the pathways available to you.
  2. Once we have assessed your eligibility we can discuss your preferences and the positions most suited to you.
  3. After we've established what you are looking for, to submit an application we will need to have your CV and two current references. We will only apply for references when we have your permission.
  4. Having submitted your application for a position, we will keep in touch with the hospital to schedule a telephone or Skype interview. This can take a few days or up to a few weeks to organise.
  5. After the interview, if the hospital wants to offer you a position we can assist with discussions on salary and additional benefits, e.g. relocation allowance. This process can take a few weeks.
  6. Once you've accepted the job offer, things will start to move quite quickly, and you'll need to complete paperwork to ensure you are ready to start your new job in Australia. This includes registration with the Medical Board of Australia and arranging a visa. This whole process can take up to three to four months.

We will guide you through the process in selecting a position that’s right for you. Below is an overview of the many positions available in various states in Australia:

  • Emergency Resident Medical Officer needed in Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania. Base salaries from $68,663 - $101,391 plus superannuation (pension) depending on state and level of experience.
  • Emergency Registrar needed in Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania and regional NSW. Base Salaries from $84,478 - $146,065 plus superannuation (pension) depending on state and level of experience.

Additional benefits may include, professional development opportunities, access to salary packaging, flexible study and annual leave arrangements, plus additional shift and after hours penalty rates.
Contact me today to discuss these positions in more detail and to assess your eligibility. Numerous positions are available so if you know of any colleagues looking to move to Australia, please pass on my details.

Call +61 416 544 788, email or click the button below to get in touch.