2025 Doctors in Training - Launceston General Hospital - ICU Transitional Fellow - 527504

  • Tasmania Government
  • Australia, Tas
  • Jul 11, 2024
Medicine Full-time

Job Description:

ICU Transition Fellow position in Tasmania

Launceston General Hospital Intensive Care Unit:

The Launceston General Hospital (LGH) has a purpose-built Intensive Care Unit (ICU) with 11 fully staffed beds (expandable to 13). We are the major referral centre for North and North West Tasmania. This position is approved by the College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM) for the Transition Year of CICM training.

The ICU Transition Year Fellow position is a leadership role within the LGH ICU. The Transition Year Fellow position provides the opportunity for the successful candidate to develop both clinical and non-clinical skills essential for an ICU Consultant, whilst being supported and mentored by experienced Intensive Care Specialists.

It is expected that the Fellow prior to starting would negotiate with the Unit a focus for their Transition Year from above or one of the following (not an exhaustive list):Gaining formal echocardiography qualifications, such as the Diploma of Diagnostic Ultrasound.

Details of Appointment

Fixed Term full time, day worker with on call position working 76 hours per fortnight with 10 hours of protected training time included, commencing from 3 February 2025 until 1 February 2026

*notwithstanding hours to be negotiated with the successful applicant


Medical Practitioner Level 5 - 11 $134,930 - $189,005 per annum, pro rata + 11.5% superannuation + access to salary packaging


Successful applicants will be required to meet the essential criteria:

General or limited registration with the Medical Board of Australia

Current Working with Children Registration

*Registration/licences that are essential requirements of this role must remain current and valid at all times whilst employed in this role and the status of these may be checked at any time during employment. It is the employee’s responsibility to ensure that registration/licences remain current and to advise the Employer if their circumstances change. This includes notifying the Employer if a registration/licence is revoked, cancelled or has its conditions altered.

The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this job is to satisfy a pre‑employment check before taking up the appointment, on promotion or transfer. The following checks are to be conducted:

  1. Conviction checks in the following areas:
  1. Crimes of violence
  2. sex related offences
  3. serious drug offences
  4. crimes involving dishonesty
  1. Identification check
  2. Disciplinary action in previous employment check.

Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents

We encourage you to review the Applicant Guide, Statement of Duties, prior to applying for an overview of the duties, program, selection process and selection criteria.

Statement of Duties

Generic Registrar-Senior Registrar MP5-11 (June 2024) CSU (1).pdf

Generic Registrar-Senior Registrar MP5-11 (June 2024) CSU (3).docx

Applicant Guide

How to Apply

Apply Online. Please click the "Apply" button on this screen. This ensures important questions about you are answered.

You will be prompted to complete a 1-2 page application outlining your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the attached Statement of Duties.

Please note:

For more information

Dr Ashley Crosswell

Position: Director ICU
Phone: (03) 6777 6777

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