We currently have a number of job opportunities for Consultant Radiologists in locations across New Zealand. Caroline O'Hagan, our Recruitment Specialist in NZ, explains all...
This is a photo I took last weekend at the beach in my hometown of Mount Maunganui, a suburb of Tauranga, in the stunning Bay of Plenty. The paddle boarders were out, so were the surfers and swimmers, as well as those who just wanted to simply sit and soak up the sunshine.
I relocated back to NZ with my family in September 2017 from Scotland, where I had lived for 20 years. Even though I’m from NZ originally, it was still a big move to make and I'm pleased to say it's all going well so far now we’re six months in and we're making plans to buy a house and put down permanent roots.
So I know - and appreciate - what's involved in relocating with a family including pets (I relied on a lot of lists and a lot of coffee!) and I can help you through the decision making process about which locations in NZ might suit you best, what to think about when planning your own relocation, how to find a good school, or open a bank account... it's all high stakes and I can offer you guidance all the way through as the process unfolds.
Currently I have a number of Radiologist positions in both the North Island and South Island, in tertiary referral centres and district general hospitals, all of whom are looking to make permanent or fixed term (minimum 12 months) appointments in 2018. Requirements include:
- Diagnostic Radiologists
- Interventional Radiologists
- Roles with a mix of both Diagnostic and Interventional work
- Mammography and Breast Imaging
- Special interests currently in demand: Paediatrics, Nuclear Medicine (dual scope), Cardiothoracic & Neuroradiology
- Generalist Radiologists who “can do a bit of everything”
I can walk you through the eligibility criteria for medical registration in NZ (which may include meeting English Language requirements, depending on where you come from), followed by the recruitment process.
I work closely with one of our Head Medical Registration Advisers and our in-house Licensed Immigration Adviser for New Zealand, both of whom manage and support our Doctor's respective medical registration and work visa applications once a job offer has been accepted. And while they are managing the paperwork, I continue to liaise with you and your new Employer, planning your arrival and smooth transition into your new role.
If this is all resonating with you and you would like to explore our opportunities to live and work in New Zealand in 2018, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your CV.
I look forward to hearing from you!
+64 (0)22 521 4705
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