(RE-ADVERTISED) Doctors in Training Recruitment 2021 - General Medicine Registrar

 
  • Tasmania Government
  • Australia, Tas
  • Sep 7, 2020
Medicine Full-time

Job Description:

The Department of General Medicine is the main inpatient medical unit at the Royal Hobart Hospital. On average, we admit 15-20 patients over a 24-hour cycle. As well as those admissions, there are admissions to subspecialty medicine teams, averaging a total of 20-25 admissions of Medical patients per day. The General Medicine Units are planned to be based on one ward in the new K-block in 2020, which is currently under development. Each team is supported by Allied Health specialists.

Presently the Department of General Medicine has 13 Staff Specialists, mostly in part-time roles. The teams are organised into 4 Medical Units; each unit has its own Basic Training Registrar and Intern, and 2-3 consultants. There are now 8 Advanced Training positions in General Medicine, rotating through General Medicine and other sub-specialty positions such as stroke, respiratory medicine, cardiology, gastroenterology and nephrology.

The present model of care is one of admission by the on-call units (generally acutely unwell patients through the Emergency Department), and follow up of those patients during their stay within the hospital. We are developing models of care to ensure an even distribution of patients within the teams to share workload, facilitate patient flow out of the ED, and ensure excellence in patient-centred care.

Salary

$91,442 - $129,391 per annum

Classification

Medical Practitioner Level 5-11 (Registrar)

Award

Medical Practitioners (Public Sector) Award

Period of Employment

Fixed term, full time day work, 80 hours per fortnight, commencing 01 February 2021 until 31 January 2022

Location

Royal Hobart Hospital

Duties

The Registrar is responsible for the day to day management of private and public inpatients and outpatients within the Hospital and provides after-hours emergency cover at the hospital as determined by the Medical Workforce Unit.

Essential Requirements

  • General or limited registration with the Medical Board of Australia.
  • Current Tasmanian Working with Children Registration (where applicable and as determined by individual position requirements).

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:

a) Crimes of Violence

b) Sex Related Offences

c) Serious Drug Offences

d) Crimes involving dishonesty

2. Identification check

3. Disciplinary action in previous employment check.

Download the Statement of Duties and Associated Documents

(image) Generic Registrar- Senior Registrar MP5-11 (May 2020) WWCT (002).pdf

(image) Generic Registrar- Senior Registrar MP5-11 (May 2020) WWCT.docx

THS Jobs Website Applicant Guide.pdf
THS Jobs Website Applicant Guide.docx

Further information regarding these positions, please see link below –

http://www.dhhs.tas.gov.au/career/home/medical/junior_docs/more_information_-_royal_hobart_hospital/rhh_registrars_-_general_medicine

OR

Please contact Dr Richard Yu – Head of Department in General Medicine

Phone (03) 61667199

Email: [email protected]

How to apply

  • Please include a cover letter that outlines your training goals and how you would ideally like your 2021 training year structured, including a summary of your BPT progress to date and the remaining training needs (if this applies to you). Please note – you are NOT required to address the selection criteria within the statement of duties.
  • Please click the blueApply Now button to complete an online application and upload cover letter and CV.
  • Hard copy applications will not be considered for this recruitment campaign.

For further information on the application process if required please contact:

Marita Eccles

Senior Recruitment Officer

[email protected]

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