Opportunity As an Army Doctor (also known as Medical Officer), look after the health of personnel and their families while enjoying: An excellent salary plus generous superannuation Ongoing investment in your personal and career development Free medical and dental A good work/life balance Leadership training and vocational variety Subsidised accommodation A supportive team environment Travel and leave entitlements Free access to sports and fitness facilities Friendships that last a lifetime All that plus exciting opportunities supporting Army domestic activities, including exercises and operations, with potential deployments overseas in support of Australian and coalition personnel. Your role As a fully-qualified doctor, you'll be well aware of the need to respond to a wide variety of medical conditions, along with unexpected situations that may be outside your experience. Now imagine the extra dimension the role takes on when your patients are Army personnel and you're working in a field hospital or on an exercise with elite troops.
Or if your temporary 'practice' is a community that's been devastated by a natural disaster. When you step up to the challenge of becoming an Army Doctor (Medical Officer), you'll work across many disciplines including: Primary care Occupational medicine Trauma and rehabilitation Sports medicine Public health medicine Tropical medicine Medical administration, and Population health. The skills you acquire along the way will help you provide the highest standards of medical care, even in adverse conditions with minimal support and equipment.
Few medical positions offer the clinical variety and travel opportunities the Army can. If this sounds like a new challenge you'd like to accept, apply now (below). Salary Fully-paid officer training Once trained and on Medical Level 1, starting package approx.
$99,351 p.a. plus superannuation (salaries updated as of 1 August 2019) Progression to Medical Level 2 (which can be expected within 12 to 18 months) attracts a substantial increase Numerous other benefits Location Training in Canberra, ACT and Bonegilla, VIC The priority locations for junior Doctors are Darwin, Townsville and Brisbane.
Entry Requirements Australian Citizen Aged 17 or above Must hold unconditional registration with AHPRA as a Medical Practitioner How to Apply To learn more about this fantastic opportunity or to speak with a consultant please contact Rosalie Oblena on (02) 8831 2247 or roblenadfr.com.au Click on the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button to submit your application.
For more information view the full position descriptions here: Army Doctor (Medical Officer) position description.