Tasmanian Radiologist Locum | 1 April to 31 May 2019

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Radiologists – Are you attracted to locuming in Northern Tasmania?  Prescript currently has weekly blocks available from 1 April through to 31 May 2019.   

This is a highly regarded, progressive employer with a comprehensive range of services offered, including; general X-Ray, OPG (dental scans), CT, MRI, ultrasound, bone density scanning, fluoroscopy and mammography. Depending on the week you’re available and your skill set, you could be located at a clinic or hospital location between Launceston, Devonport and Burnie.  

The north of Tasmania has many beautiful coastal communities where you will find a friendly, inclusive feel and a focus on the environment. The region encompasses all the things that Tasmania is famous for - including the wonderful food and wine culture, stunning walks, and excellent outdoor activities, all within one of the most scenic places in the world!

Don’t miss this chance to locum in a professional, supportive environment where you can enjoy an enviable lifestyle during your time off.

Dates Available

Weeks commencing – You can select 1 or more weeks – Just let me know, and I can get you pre-approved and booked in – Simple!

📅 1 April to 31 May 2019

Our credentialing manager, Stef McLaughlin, will help manage all the paperwork and logistics. All you have to do is let us know when you are free.

Keen on other locations around Australia too? Talk to Rebecca Doyle at Prescript Recruitment for a professional overview of clinical details, practice/hospital, locations, rates and inclusions.

The Benefits

➕ Daily rate is $3,000 per day

➕ No after-hours / on-call reporting

➕ Return economy flights from any location in Australia or New Zealand paid

➕ Hire car provided from airport

➕ Self-contained accommodation provided

➕ All arrangements assisted and completed by Prescript’s dedicated Credentialing Manager, Stef McLaughlin

➕ Thank you for giving back – Whenever you take up a locum week, you’re significantly helping regional areas of Australia. Offering your skills and experience is a huge benefit for the community where you’re working and is much appreciated.

What We’re Looking For

✔️ FRANZCR

✔️ AHPRA specialist registration.

✔️ You must be an Australian citizen/permanent resident or a New Zealand citizen.

✔️ The locum will be tailored to your skills and experience.

Sound like you?

Contact Rebecca Doyle (Prescript’s Senior Recruitment Partner for Radiology) – Rebecca is very happy to answer any questions.

There are three ways to find out more:

  1. Call Rebecca on 0434 401 379

  2. Email rebecca@prescript.com.au

  3. Click ‘Candidate Contact’ to ask a question online (with option to upload your CV). Nothing is booked until you 100% happy.

Next Steps with Prescript

At Prescript Recruitment, we follow a transparent, friendly process:

  • The first stage is an informal conversation with Prescript for you to decide if you want to proceed – you will need to share your CV and we will talk about the position, the company, and the location. You can let us know if you want to bring your family and if you have any special requirements.

  • The second stage is an informal application – we will arrange a phone call or a review of your skills to establish if this is going to be a good fit.

  • The third stage – if you’re happy then Prescript will send you a locum confirmation to say ‘congratulations – all booked!’

  • The fourth stage – Prescript will help manage all the paperwork and logistics. All you have to do is look forward to starting. 


About Rebecca Doyle

Rebecca Doyle is Prescript’s Senior Recruitment Partner for Radiology with a focus on locum and permanent positions across Australia, New Zealand and globally.

Rebecca is very happy to answer your questions.

There are three ways to contact Rebecca:

  1. Call Rebecca on 0434 401 379 

  2. Email rebecca@prescript.com.au 

  3. Click 'Candidate Contact' to ask a question online (with the option to upload your CV)

I have been very privileged to spend my career working in highly regarded organisations such as Prescript Recruitment, Johnson & Johnson Medical and St Vincent’s Hospital. Within these organisations you will find cultures of honesty, respect and well-earned reputations for their high standards of service and customer care.
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Meet the Prescript Radiology Recruitment Team

We work with FRANZCR Radiologists for locum, ongoing and teleradiology positions across regional Australia. Connect with Prescript here ⬇️  

Recruitment James Hill, Nicola Speer and Rebecca Doyle - Dedicated recruitment partners focused solely on Consultant Radiologists.

Marketing & Vacancies - Grace Clueit - Rapid promotion of locum, ongoing and teleradiology vacancies - helping Radiologists discover jobs with ease.

Credentialing & Logistics - Stef McLaughlin and Lee Kabigting - Adhere to the highest JAS-ANZ-accredited standards of quality and credentialingManagement of paperwork and travel logistics - making sure doctors start on time.

Finance & Payments Hugo Scales - Prescript's Finance & Payments Manager ensures Radiologists get paid promptly and smoothly.

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Prescript are medical recruitment specialists.

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:

  1. Call 1300 755 498

  2. Email contact@prescript.com.au

  3. Click 'Connect with Prescript' to ask a question online (with option to upload your CV)

We’d love to hear from you!

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We’re known for helping solve the regional doctor shortage, leaving doctors loving what they do and regional communities feeling like they have the best doctors in town