Jun 222011


NSW Health


NSW Health each year co-ordinates an Annual Junior Medical Officer Recruitment Campaign where a number of vocational and non-vocational positions are advertised for the following clinical year.  This recruitment is conducted online through the NSW Health JMO eRecruitment System.

Applications start 21 July 2011, deadline is 18 August 2011. The schedule can be downloaded here: jmo_annual_recruitment_dates

The website for the application process can be accessed here: http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/jobs/recruitment/jmo.asp

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The centralized application process for the Australian state of Victoria is through the Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV).

Applications for hospital medical officer positions have opened this early june and closes on 12 August 2011. Please follow the link below to get to the application area of the PMCV website:



You can also download the guide to applying to the PMCV computer-matching here: Computer_Match_-_HMO_-_Candidates_Guide_2011_v1


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QLd HEalth
RMO2012 Campaign opens on Tuesday 21 June 2011 and will remain open till Monday 18 July 2011.
Information on the Campaign is available at the following site:


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Emergency Med positions available

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Feb 252011

General Paediatrician: Alice Springs Hospital

Paediatric Registrar: Alice Springs

Alice Springs Hospital is the only major hospital covering a catchment area of ~1,000,000 square km, which is literally “Bigger than Texas”. We care for some of the nation’s sickest and most socially disadvantaged people. Issues of Indigenous child health and welfare have been much publicised and politicised in recent years so further elaboration is unnecessary. The central desert region of Australia is unique. The lifestyle is laid back with an emphasis on outdoor activities and the arts. It is a friendly, welcoming place especially suited to anyone with a sense of adventure and those interested in “fourth world” health issues, not generally seen by most doctors in Australia.

We have 5 consultant positions with a strong commitment to teaching. Services include a 40 bed dedicated paediatric ward, an 8 bed SCN with ventilation and NO facilities and access to ICU beds as required. We also have a dedicated paediatric Out Patient area. There is opportunity for Outreach work .We have 6 Registrar positions the majority of which are filled by Advanced Trainees.

We offer trainees:

  • Exposure to Aboriginal Health
  • a spectrum of diseases you have probably only read about
  • severity of diseases unlikely to be encountered in major cities.

You will have opportunities to:

  • better understand the nexus between social environment and disease
  • visit remote communities and retrieve patients with the RFDS
  • complete community and rural training requirements for general paediatrics
  • complete projects
  • accept increasing responsibility for patient management.

We provide:

  • good consultant cover
  • commitment to teaching and supervision
  • a good roster.

Preference will be given to candidates seeking 12 month appointments.

Working in paediatrics at Alice Springs is challenging. At times the work here is hard and confronting. The flip side is that it offers opportunities to make a difference to patients’ lives which you probably don’t get in many places.

Starting date and length of contract flexible. Terms negotiable. Locums welcome.

If you have read this far, please contact: Rose Fahy, Paediatrician via email at rose.fahy@nt.gov.au or on Ph: +61 8 8951 7777 or on MOB: 0419 813 257.


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Feb 242011

Paediatrician: Canberra
Leading to long term locum or permanent General/Neonatal Paediatrician

There exists the opportunity from early 2011 for a position as medium to long term locum or permanent general paediatrician in Canberra. The position is attached as a private Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) to Calvary John James Hospital which operates a private maternity unit, delivering approximately 1100 babies per year. The Special Care Nursery caters for Level 2 neonates from 32 weeks gestation. This nursery happily caters for neonates with the usual neonatal conditions including mild to moderate respiratory distress, up to and including, short term CPAP. The Level 3 nursery at Canberra Hospital is 4 km away.

The opportunity also exists for the associated VMO placement in general paediatrics at The Canberra Hospital on call approximately 1:5. A subspeciality interest is welcome but not necessary. There is an urgent need for more general ambulatory paediatric cover in Canberra and a practice as busy as you wish is easy to establish. There is good support in most subspecialities and paediatric surgery.

If interested, please contact Dr Tim McDonald on MOB: 0410 511 831 or via the link to Calvary John James Hospital at www.calvaryjohnjames.com.au.


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