Dermatologist Jobs Worldwide

Dermatologist specialist / consultant positions are available across the globe and subpsecialist expertise in aesthetic dermatology and dermatological malignancy is in demand. 

Odyssey recruits dermatologists for locum and permanent positions in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Singapore, China, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Canada and the Caribbean. We work with government owned and managed health services and private hospitals and clinics and recruit for both salaried and fee for service positions.

Contact us to discuss your job search or browse available positions on the website.

 

Professional Medical Licence, Practice Certificate and Immigration

Our experienced recruitment consultants will advise you of the relevant requirements for each country and jurisidiction and manage the application processes for visas, family immigration and medical licence. Our affiliate companies can assist with all aspects of relocation including accommodation, travel, goods shipment and schooling for children.
 
Most countries require primary source verification of qualifications and this is done via EPIC or Data Flow (Middle East only). 
 

Dermatology Specialist Qualifications

Odyssey recruits physicians with postgraduate specialist training certification and experience in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Western Europe, Singapore and Hong Kong.

These are the qualifications we accept:
 

  • UK: MRCP CCT / CESR
  • Ireland: MRCPI CSD
  • USA: American Board of Dermatology
  • Canada: FRCPC
  • Australia and New Zealand: FRACP
  • South Africa: Fellowship of the College of Dermatologists / MMed
  • Western Europe: national board certification

 

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Western Australia

If the vast expanse of Western Australia (WA) was a separate nation, it would be the world's 10th-largest (bigger than Algeria, smaller than Kazakhstan). 

Most of WA's population clings to the coast, yet you can wander along a beach here without seeing another footprint, or be one of a few scattered campers stargazing in a national park.

There's something unfettered and alive about this place – a frontier spirit that's free from the baggage of east-coast concerns. This is also an ancient land and its Aboriginal cultures are more visibly present than in much of the rest of Australia.

The state's fertile southwest is a playground of white-sand coves, rampant wildflowers and lush forests abuzz with wildlife. Up north in the big-sky, red-dirt Pilbara and Kimberley you'll encounter gorgeous gorges and mesmerising waterfalls – and no one else for miles and miles. In between is 12,500km of truly spectacular coastline.

 

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