Registrar or PHO (Transition Year) - Paediatric Intensive Care Unit
Why should you join the Townsville University Hospital team? Working for the Townsville Hospital and Health Service, you are likely to experience a diverse patient mix clinical leadership opportunities within a multidisciplinary team greater connection between health care provider and patient the ability to make a measurable difference in the health outcomes of indigenous Australians. Townsville University Hospital (TUH) - North Queensland's only tertiary hospital, which supports a referral catchment of almost 700,000 people. Our staff provide a person-centred approach to care, and we are passionate about living our values of integrity, compassion, accountability, respect and engagement in everything we do.
The Opportunity To provide high quality clinical care to patients of the Paediatric Intensive Care Service and Paediatric High Dependency Unit at Townsville University Hospital. The position will entail responsibility for supervision of junior medical staff including inpatient care and will include some responsibility for providing teaching to junior medical staff, medical students and allied health staff. Clinical supervision will be by attachment to Staff Consultants in rotations.
The position includes independent rostered duty on nights and weekends with remote consultant supervision. Provision to attend study courses/conferences will be made, provided the clinical roster can be covered. How you will be assessed You will be assessed on your ability to demonstrate key requirements, knowledge and experience which is outlined under ‘The role'.
Please refer to the Role Description for further details. Appointment to this position requires proof of qualification and registration or membership (if applicable) with the appropriate registration authority or association. Certified copies of the required information must be provided to the appropiate supervisor/manager prior to commencement of clinical duties.
Qualified as a medical practitioner with qualifications and registration, or eligible for registration with the Medical Board of Australia. The Benefits Our health service offers generous remuneration packages and employment benefits which include salary sacrificing options, recreational leave loading (17.5%), generous employer superannuation contribution (12.
75%), shift allowances, locality allowances, professional development assistance, flexible working arrangements, access to corporate discounts, staff wellness programs and the employee assistance program. Are you eligible to work with us? Queensland Health applicants need to be either: an Australian citizen a permanent resident of Australia a New Zealand citizen who has entered Australia on a valid passport; or a non-citizen with a valid visa which provides the right to work in Australia For additional information regarding the responsibilities, mandatory qualifications and/or other requirements for this position please refer to the role description. How do I apply? Applications....