Senior Medical Officer (Procedural Obstetrics), Rural and Remote Services - Atherton
Are you keen to make a real difference? Further your experience here by joining our dedicated team at Atherton Hospital, a modern regional facility to make a difference in the community. An exciting opportunity exists for a Senior Medical Officer (Procedural Obstetrics) to provide competent, patient-focused care to patients and their families. Apply Now Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service will not be accepting applications submitted through recruitment agencies.
Medical Practitioners are encouraged to apply online or directly to Recruitment Services. Remuneration value up to $391 448 p.a.
(L24-L25) or Remuneration value up to $369 811 p.a. (L18 â€“ L23) or Remuneration value up to $325 572 p.
a. (L13 â€“ L18), employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%), annual leave loading (17.
5%), professional development allowance, motor vehicle allowance, professional development leave 3.6 weeks p.a.
, plus private practice arrangements Temporary Full Time until 24 February 2020 Applications will remain current for the duration of the vacancy. Job Ad Reference:TL323729 Purpose of the role Provide high quality clinical care to hospital in-patients and patients at rural clinics. Assist the Medical Superintendent in the development of safe medical practice and optimising clinical skills for medical and nursing staff.
The Senior Medical Officer reports to the Medical Superintendent, Atherton Hospital. Junior Medical Staff, although reporting to the Medical Superintendent also report on clinical matters to the Senior Medical Officer who may be supervising the area in which the junior staff are working. It is a condition of employment for the employee in this role to be, and remain, vaccinated against or non-susceptible to the following Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPDs) during their employment: Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR), Varicella (chicken pox) and Pertussis (whooping cough).
Existing staff engaged prior to 1 July 2016 (and have not had a break in service) are not subject to this new condition of employment unless they are moving from one Hospital and Health Service to another Hospital and Health Service within Queensland). Existing staff that have previously submitted this evidence since 1 July 2016 will not be required to resubmit. It is a condition of employment for the employee in this role to be vaccinated against or not susceptible to Hepatitis B.
Proof of vaccination or non-susceptibility is a condition of employment for all staff (new and existing) who have direct contact with patients or who in the course of their work may be exposed to blood/body fluids or contaminated sharps. It is strongly recommended that you complete the VPD Evidence Form and prepare your documents prior to meeting with the selection panel; however you will only be required to supply the evidence if you are the preferred applicant. If you are the preferred applicant, your application for employment will not be successful unless you comply wit....