We are seeking Resident Medical Officers looking for Paediatric Registrar opportunities in Dunedin.
With a commitment to the health and wellbeing of the children in our community, you could be a RACP trainee registrar, or working towards this or a non-trainee registrar with an interest in working in Child Health. We will provide you with necessary training with regular dedicated teaching time and a high level of supportive consultant supervision. The role is split to provide a comprehensive general Paediatric and Neonatal service with a number of clinic options.
With a level 3 NICU, and Children’s Unit housed in new facilities, you’ll be involved in retrievals and transports, as well as outpatients clinics where you’ll be exposed to a wide range of clinical presentations.
The values of the SDHB, Kind – Manaakitanga, Open – Pono, Positive – Whaiwhakaaro, Community – Whanaungatanga, reflect the essence of the people in Dunedin and Otago – you’ll find us friendly and welcoming, and your multi-disciplinary team caring and supportive.
Dunedin’s culture is woven from the old and the new – a mix of heritage and innovation, history and creativity. You’ll find a busy café and restaurant scene amongst street art and heritage buildings and a lively night-life. The best international musical acts come to you. With 45% of Dunedin residents under the age of 30, you’ll be amongst your peers.
From Dunedin you’ll have easy access to incredible adventures, with ski-fields, lakes, rainforests and resorts all within an easy drive. Locally, the opportunity for wildlife encounters and recreational activities are right at your doorstep.
As a minimum requirement, you must have a minimum of 2 years post graduate medical experience and have spent some time in a Children’s Health role.
Please note - important information for overseas graduates who are applying
On 1 November 2017 The Medical Council of New Zealand (the Council) introduced a new method of primary source verification using the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates’ Electronic Portfolio of International Credentials (ECFMG’s EPIC) service.
Please visit the NZMC website for more details about these changes.