Looking for a fresh, professional challenge in 2019?
Want to be a part of a developing and transforming department?
The team at Waikato District Health Board are enthusiastic and passionate about the developments they are currently undertaking - and they are looking for more specialist Radiologists to join them.
- Permanent or Fixed term
- FRANZCR or equivalent specialist qualifications
- State of the art equipment and modern spacious facilities
- Varied casework, interesting pathology
- Welcoming multicultural team, many who have relocated themselves
You will have specialist experience and skills across Radiology (and your special interest area) along with a sound understanding of contemporary models of care.
In addition, you will proven leadership skills and experience working in a multidisciplinary team environment; an interest in medical education and teaching, including providing supervision and education to medical students, registrars and other clinical staff; and of course, a commitment and willingness to be involved in ongoing quality improvement programmes.
**We are especially keen to hear from those with interests in paediatrics, nuclear medicine (dual scope), interventional radiology, or cardio thoracic radiology
The Hospital & Service
Waikato District Health Board is one of the largest DHBs in New Zealand, both geographically and in terms of population (Hamilton: 200,000; Waikato region 390,000), and is one of only five tertiary teaching centres in NZ.
The existing team of 23 Consultant Radiologists and 9 Registrars have well established links into all of the specialty and subspecialty clinical teams across the DHB.
The Department also provides imaging support for a Level 1 Major Trauma Centre.
What’s on offer?
- Competitive package, circa NZ$200,000 to $300,000+ pa, depending on experience
- Includes base salary from NZ$158,141 to $230,000 pa depending on experience
- Continuing Medical Education allowance $16,000 pa + 10 days CME leave pa
- Multidisciplinary working
- Relocation assistance
- Assistance through medical registration and visa process
Situated right on the banks of the mighty Waikato River, Hamilton is one of New Zealand’s fastest growing areas. It’s the 4th largest city in NZ and it continues to expand.
Key to this growth is its central location, easy access to other parts of the country and its affordability.
Auckland is only a 90 minute drive north and Tauranga is just over an 1hr to the east. The west coast and east coast beaches are within easy reach at weekends from Mount Maunganui, Papamoa, Ohiwa, Ohope, Raglan and of course, the stunning Coromandel Peninsula. And don't forget the 18 tranquil lakes towards Rotorua, also just 1hr 25mins away.
A number of world-renowned stud farms producing elite thoroughbred racehorses are located in the Waikato region. As are premier ski fields during the ski season at Turangi and Whakapapa. Nearby Lake Karapiro hosts national rowing and dragonboat regattas each summer. The FMG Stadium Waikato seats 25,000 and hosts a range of top quality sports from rugby league, rugby sevens and football.
- Enjoy an urban or semi-rural lifestyle - whatever suits your family best
- Buoyant property market and a wide range of schools to choose from
- University city, diverse mix of arts and culture, cafes, bars and restaurants
Find out more about the lifestyle in Hamilton here
Requirements for this role
Ideally you will hold FRANZCR and full Vocational registration with Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ).
Alternatively, if not NZ trained or based, you will hold equivalent specialist qualifications from either UK, Ireland, Australia, Canada or USA that will enable Provisional Vocational (long term) registration or Locum Tenens (short term up to 12 months) registration. These are the specialist pathways for medical registration in NZ for Radiologists and we can assist with the medical registration and work visa applications, if you are successfully appointed.
A further registration pathway is also possible if you are an overseas trained Radiologist with at least 33 months (out of the last 48 months) specialist/ consultant level experience from a country considered to have a comparable health system by The Medical Council of New Zealand.
Primary Source Verification using EPIC
From 1st November 2017, all relevant qualifications must now be verified by ECFMG using the EPIC system on behalf of the Medical Council of New Zealand. If you are committed to working in New Zealand, we recommend starting this process off as soon as possible if you hold qualifications from outside NZ. Candidates can log on to EPIC and complete this step online very easily. EPIC verifies your identity and your qualifications.
Log on to EPIC here and read the FAQs section about how to get started.