A Clinical Director and Consultant Radiologist is sought for an exciting role with a real opportunity to make a difference. The role combines clinical and leadership duties in which the role of the Clinical Director is a position of responsibility annexed to a substantive role of Specialist Radiologist. The Specialist Radiologist is a permanent role. The Clinical Director role is initially a fixed term of two years.
The successful candidate will be committed to clinical leadership and to working in partnership with the General Manager, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Medical Officer and other stakeholders to develop high quality radiology services. A strong interest in clinical governance, quality improvement and medical education are essential.
The health board provides a comprehensive range of diagnostic imaging services for the regional population of almost 200,000 inhabitants. Over 100,000 procedures are undertaken annually by the service and a wide range of services and modalities are performed including X-Ray, CT, MRI, ultrasound, mammography, fluoroscopy and basic interventional procedures.
The radiology department has modern imaging equipment with two CT scanners (256 slice and 16 Slice) and a 1.5T MRI. The Radiologists are multi-skilled and the development of a special interest is supported. Ongoing education is encouraged and supported. Multi-disciplinary meetings are held weekly with all specialities being involved which allows for a close collegial working environment.
The province boasts a subtropical climate and some of the most scenic and exciting coastal areas in New Zealand. There are opportunities for outdoor activities, including surfing, diving, fishing, hiking and biking. On-site, there is a well-equipped staff gym and an open-air pool. Whangarei itself has all the convenient amenities of a modern, small city but the Auckland metropolis is only two hour's drive away for those special weekend activities.
- Qualifications: FRANZCR or equivalent qualification recognised by the Medical Council of New Zealand for vocational registration.
- License: Vocational Registration or Eligibility for Vocational Registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand
- Language: fluent English (IELTS Academic Module 7.5 average for non native speakers)
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