ENT - Specialist
Are you an ENT Surgeon / Otorhinolaryngologist looking to relocate to beautiful New Zealand? With towering skyscrapers, volcanic islands and picturesque beaches, Auckland seamlessly blends majestic scenery with the hustle and bustle of city living.
Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand with a culturally diverse population of around 1.6 million people. It is the city of beaches and harbours and has a pleasant temperate climate where only minutes from the city centre you can be mountain biking in the forest, surfing at a beach, visiting vineyards for lunch or enjoying our coffee culture at a one of our superb cafes.
Auckland offers you and your family a lifestyle that is dreamed about – come and find out why we love it here.
Bring your top-notch clinical skills to provide a high standard of clinical practice in the management and delivery of care to the people of the region and their families. Our organisation values and promise statement is “Best Care for Everyone”, which serve to inspire us to continuously improve to provide the best care possible to every person and their family.
Located in a world-class harbour city, Waitemata operates over two sites, North Shore Hospital on the shores of Takapuna’s Lake Pupuke, and the Hospital within sight of West Auckland’s green belt. You will be working across both Hospital sites managing dedicated elective clinic and theatre sessions.
The Otorhinolaryngology (ORL) service is seeking to appoint further SMO’s. The position includes a regional after-hours and weekend on-call requirement as part of the role, which will cover acute ORL presentations.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced ORL surgeon with training and an interest in all ORL sub-specialities particularly in the areas of Head and Neck and Laryngology. Whilst in the role, you will be supported by our senior leadership team led by our Clinical Director for ORL and Operations Manager.
The ability to work well within a multicultural team environment is an essential attribute. The clinic offers a full range of ORL assessments, adult diagnostic and rehabilitation. You will work closely within a multi-disciplinary team comprising of other SMO’s, Health professionals, ORL Clinical Nurse Specialists, and the Fast Cancer Nurse Specialist team.
The purpose and key focus of this role is to provide a high standard of clinical practice in the management and delivery of ORL care to the people of the region and their families.
We are able to assist with the immigration process.
We are interested in hearing from suitably qualified applicants with the qualification of FRSC or equivalent and who are eligible for Specialist registration with the New Zealand Medical Council.
If you are interested in this position, please apply online and attach an up to date copy of your CV for consideration.