Are you looking for a role which offers a superb work /life balance and relocation expenses paid? This role in New Zealand working with a hospital based team with no on call duties and plenty of time for teaching and clinical research may be right for you.
This is an exciting new role in a secondary referral hospital in New Zealand, located in a region with diverse landscape and wide ranging attractions and leisure pursuits.
You will join a department of 12 Consultant Physicians who have subspecialty interests in General Medicine, Cardiology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Respiratory, Renal and Rheumatology. Your scope of practice will be adult dermatology.
- Assessment, diagnosis and treatment of cutaneous disorders
- Care of out patients, day patients and in patients
- Consultation with family physicians and other specialist physicians
- Supervise junior physicians
- Maintain clear patient records
- Participate in appropriate CME
- No on call duties
New Plymouth, Taranaki boasts some of New Zealand’s most iconic natural landscapes like Mt Taranaki and many adventure activities. The rugged and wild coastline is home to more than 12 world-class surf breaks. Taranaki is a place where you can ski and surf in the same day. For a more relaxing experience, there are many walks (bush, coastal or mountain) as well as art trails, festivals and award-winning museums and galleries and a thriving café culture.
- board certification / Specialist accreditation in dermatology from USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa or Western Europe
- eligibility for vocational registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand.
- Fluent English communication.
- Annual salary NZ$ 190,000 – 270,000 paid pro rate
- 6 weeks annual leave
- pension benefits
- CME programme and study leave
- 30 days holiday per year
Reasons to Apply
- permanent employment contract with attractive remuneration
- great location with lots of outdoor and cultural activities
- no on call
Interested? Apply Now!
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