Is it time for you to take a break, try something a bit different, try another part of the world, have the opportunity to work…. but also some time to relax and take in some new scenery?
Southland Hospital is one of the newest Hospital’s in the South Island of New Zealand, providing modern and easily accessible facilities for staff and patients alone. Southland Hospital is the base hospital for a wide geographical area, creating enormous scope for variety in the work of a talented professional like you. We are looking for an experienced General Radiologist to join us on a fixed term basis, for a year.
The Southern DHB Radiology Service is provided to a population of approximately 310,000 people over the lower South Island. The two main hospitals in the region are located in Invercargill and Dunedin cities and both are affiliated with the University of Otago Medical School and have opportunities for teaching and research. Southland Hospital was rebuilt in 2004 and is a modern 160 bed secondary care facility that prides itself on having excellent facilities and equipment. We offer a full range of imaging modalities based on a digital RIS / PACS system.
The successful candidate will have the general scope of radiologist skills including Ultrasound, MRI and CT guided procedures. You will participate on an out of hours on call roster shared amongst your Radiologist colleagues.
The nature of the work will be predominantly emergency and inpatient cases. You would be expected to support and participate in radiology service and quality initiatives as part of your role.
Southern DHB is affiliated with the Otago Medical School and Southland Hospital provides training to Registrars from the Royal Australasian College of Radiologists, so we are looking for someone who is enthusiastic about teaching and passing on their knowledge to junior members of staff.
As an outstanding team player, you'll have the energy to make a positive difference with both patients and colleagues alike. In addition to enjoying a challenging and varied workload, you can look forward to a competitive pay rate and a culture where staff are included, valued and respected for their expertise.
Southland offers a wide range of recreational activities. It is home to two of New Zealand's national parks offering superb hiking and scenery, whilst internationally acclaimed fishing and a wide range of other outdoor pursuits are also available. Five top New Zealand snowboarding/skiing destinations are also within easy driving distance.
Recognised as an ideal place to raise a family, Invercargill is a modern city offering access to outstanding leisure pursuits and a caring, safe community. The city also has superb facilities such as the brand new indoor velodrome and sporting complex, excellent schools and an enterprising, innovative tertiary education provider, where free fees exist.
You must have FRANZCR qualified (or equivalent) and hold, or be eligible for, vocational registration with Medical Council of NZ. Candidates from outside of NZ are encouraged to apply and our experienced Recruitment Advisors are happy to answer your questions about coming to live and work with Southern DHB.
Closing Date: Sunday 3 February 2019
Candidates please note that screening of applications will be ongoing throughout this advertising period and our advertising will be removed from the SouthernDHB website in the event of the role being filled.
Candidates who are not currently registered with the New Zealand Medical Council should be aware that from 1 November 2017 it will be the requirement of the NZ Medical Council that your qualifications are approved through EPIC. If you have a commitment to working in New Zealand it is highly recommended that you start this process as soon as possible so as to allow your subsequent registration to be undertaken in a timely fashion. For more information please visit MCNZ website re EPIC Credentialing
For further information please contact Milair Ryalls, Recruitment Advisor – Senior Medical Officers, Phone (03) 470 9604 or Email:firstname.lastname@example.org