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SA Health 2019 Trainee Medical Officer PGY2+

Apply now Job no: 660736
Work type: Full time
Location: Various
Categories: Medical

SA Health, various locations
Temporary Full-Time - MDP2

SA Health invites trainee medical officers in their Postgraduate Year 2 and beyond (PGY2+) to apply for Entry Vocational Training, Pre-Specialist or Prevocational Trainee Medical Officer positions commencing in February 2019 across the South Australian health networks.

In this single application, candidates can preference up to four position options. These include:

  • Entry into Vocational Training or Pre-specialist Training programs that focus on specific specialty areas. These positions will provide you with experience in specific clinical specialties and are suitable if you know the specialty career path you wish to follow. In some cases you will need to be accepted by the relevant specialty college. Information regarding college appointment processes and deadlines can be obtained from the individual colleges.
  • Prevocational (General) Training programs provide further hospital experience. These positions will provide you with general rotations through medical, surgical, emergency and other units and are suitable if you have not yet decided on a specialist training programme or wish to obtain more experience.

SA Health is committed to protecting and improving the health of all South Australians by providing leadership in health reform, public health services, health and medical research, policy development and planning, and with an increased focus on well-being, illness prevention, early intervention and quality care. SA Health comprises all public hospitals and health units across metropolitan and rural South Australia. The public health system has recently undergone an exciting, once in a generation transformation with the construction of state-of-the-art new health services, including the State’s flagship hospital - the new Royal Adelaide Hospital. The new RAH is co-located with medical research facilities in the city’s high tech and innovative biomedical precinct.

The State of South Australia is home to beautiful beaches, world-class vineyards, exciting tourism experiences and an abundance of quality food and wine. Reflecting a free and easy lifestyle, the capital city of Adelaide is a graceful metropolis fringed with a green belt of parklands and short commute times in any direction. A contemporary and trendy hub of 1.3 million people which is consistently voted in the top 10 world’s most liveable cities, Adelaide has much to offer in terms of its festival culture, vibrant inner city districts, sophisticated architecture and lush gardens. When you join SA Health you can enjoy a perfect balance of career and lifestyle, working and living in the great State of South Australia.

Appointment will be subject to meeting registration requirements, a satisfactory Department of Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) Child Related and Aged Care Sector Background Screening Check. It is recommended that you commence processes to obtain these credentialing documents as soon as possible as it can take up to eight weeks for the assessment to be completed.

The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. 

Job ref: 660736
Applications open:
12 June 2018

Applications close: 4 July 2018
For further information about the positions available refer to: SA Health Career Website

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