VISITING MEDICAL OFFICER UROLOGY
ILLAWARRA SHOALHAVEN LOCAL HEALTH DISTRICT
WOLLONGONG, NSW, 2500
Visiting Medical Officer Urology
Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District
Visiting Medical Officers Sessional Contracts - Visiting Medical Officer
Number of FTE
Purpose of Position
Interest in laparoscopic partial nephrectomy and urethral reconstruction surgery.
Provide safe, effective surgical care to patients of ISLHD as part of the Senior Urology team and provide supervision of junior staff whilst also undertaking learning and professional development activities.
Participation in clinical duties and non-clinical duties as arranged by the Department of Urology.
Compliance with roster for out-of-hours and weekend duties as arranged by the Department of Urology.
Perform clinical duties independently with suitable junior support.
Compliance with Supervision responsibilities of trainees and academic and clinical performance as well as attitudes and relationships.
Possess a responsible attitude and commitment to the teaching and supervision of junior medical staff in the unit.
Maintain current registration and medical defence indemnity (as appropriate).
Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District is committed to equal employment opportunity and embraces diversity and inclusion within its workforce. As such, people from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. This includes but is not limited to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, People with Disability, Women and People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds.
Please note: Employment of a temporary visa holder may only occur if no suitable permanent resident or citizen of Australia has been identified for this position following suitable labour market testing.
Criminal record checks will be undertaken on successful applicants. This position is designated as child-related employment and you will be required to obtain a Working With Children clearance from the Office of the Children’s Guardian. To apply, please go to https://wwccheck.ccyp.nsw.gov.au/Applicants/Application#
1. Registration or eligibility for registration as a Medical Practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
2. Completed SET training and has Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) with accredited training in urology (or equivalent). Those who are within 6 months of completion may be considered.
3. Demonstrated ability to work independently within a supervised complex clinical environment utilising excellent clinical skills, judgement and expertise.
4. Demonstrated effective teamwork, time management and problem solving skills as part of a multidisciplinary clinical care team.
5. Evidence of continued professional development and commitment to self-education and teaching undergraduate and post-graduates students.