Job Title: Medical Officer Anaesthesia – Provisional Fellow
Location: New Plymouth New Zealand
Start Date: August 2021 or as soon after
Contract: 12 months fixed term, 6 months negotiable
Working hours: 60-64.9 per week
This position is for a senior trainee who has just completed anaesthesia training or is just about to complete training and is looking for further experience to prepare for independent practice. During the course of the fellowship, you will be assigned some theatre lists to do yourself but will always have the support of the duty anaesthetist.
The position is based at a regional secondary care general hospital and provides excellent opportunities to experience anaesthesia practice in a rural community.
The scope of practice consists of 6 clinical sessions per week covering a range of specialties, as well as preassessment clinic, duty anaesthetist sessions and acute pain rounds.
You will undertake two non-clinical sessions per week during which you should continue your own professional development or participate in the development of the junior medical team.
Teaching and support of junior trainees is an important part of the job so the Fellow will supervise registrars. There are weekly teaching sessions that are based on preparing the registrars for the part one FANZCA exam. The fellow can contribute to some of these sessions. They can also be involved in teaching theatre staff during monthly education sessions.
In this region of New Zealand, situated in the south west of the North Island, it is easy to achieve an enviable lifestyle without having to compromise your career path. The region’s amazing mountain, rivers, lakes, fantastic coastline and outstanding surfing and tramping opportunities, masses of parks and gardens, as well as a major events calendar, make it a great place to live and work.
Major attractions include Taraanki Mountain, Egmont National Park and the New Plymouth Coastal Walkway with Auckland just 50 minutes flight away and Wellington 60 minutes.
- Eligibility for vocationall registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand or be able to show you are on the path to getting this (we can assist you with this)
- Postgraduate qualification in anaesthesia
- Residency in anaesthesia or structured post graduate programme in anaesthesia completed.
- Experience of teaching junior medical staff
- Excellent team working and communication skills
If you are interested in this position, please forward your CV for immediate consideration.
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