Non-Training Obstetric and Gynaecology Registrars - Expression of Interest 2020 Training Year
Do you want to live in a charismatic city flowing with seaside charm? A city with petite community markets, open air cinemas, beaches, waterfalls, and an abundance of regional parks? Want to enjoy the beautiful harbour, fine dining and weekend wine tours? Auckland is calling to you.
Why work as an Obstetrics and Gynaecology Registrar in the Auckland region:
- The Auckland Region has three different DHB's based within a 30km radius. Each DHB has a different demographic and therefore different patient/family cultures.
- A diverse population of approximately 1.6 million with various health care needs and statuses. The Auckland region delivers a third of the babies in New Zealand every year.
- Work alongside experienced consultants as well experience supportive teaching. Working with likeminded individuals who are there to empower and protect woman's rights “ Registrars, House Officers, Nurses and Midwives
- A fair balance of inpatient and outpatient work as well as experience in both medicine and surgical settings.
- Opportunity to provide support, care and guidance to woman who are going through a wide range of emotions
- A balanced lifestyle and for those with a family it is safe, stable and culturally diverse.
- The opportunity for exposure in various sub specialties and areas of special interest including:
- Gynaecological Oncology
- Obstetric and Gynaecological Ultrasound
- Maternal-fetal Medicine
- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
- Minimal Access Surgery
Watch this video to hear what our Obstetrics and Gynaecology Trainees have to say about training and working in Auckland.
Eligibility and how to apply:
- Minimum of 12 months experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Eligibility for registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand
- Please note this is not an application for the RANZCOG trainees already on the training scheme
- You do not have to be a RANZCOG trainee to apply
We are here to help you every step of the way and can guide you through the application and on-boarding process. To help us make this easier for you, please include all of the required documents with your application as only complete applications will be considered.
For any queries regarding the application process, rosters, run descriptions or what it's like living in Auckland please contact Urszula Niemczyk, Recruitment and Allocation Consultant at Urszula.Niemczyk@nra.health.nz
Applications open 15 April 2019 and close 12 May 2019
Interviews will take place 5th June 2019
National Offer Day 22 July 2019
We are a values-based organisation that is committed to seeing Aucklanders and Northlanders from every community and background share in a healthier future. To help us achieve this we need a talented diverse workforce that reflects the population we serve. We strongly encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds who share our values and would greatly value seeing applicants from our MÄori and Pacific communities.
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