What you'll be doingThe primary purpose of the role is to provide effective clinical management of patients in Renal Supportive Care Medicine, under appropriate supervision, whilst developing expertise in medical practice, in a complex clinical environment. Renal Supportive Care Medicine is the fastest growing subspecialty within the field of Nephrology. The fellow within this area will assist in the development of the service, ensuring that both patients who choose a non dialytic pathway and those on renal replacement therapy (dialysis/ transplant) will be better managed re medical management of symptom burden, and end of life planning. All patients managed within the hospitals of the health service are under the direct care of a specialist medical practitioner. All decisions regarding their care are to be clearly communicated with the specialist responsible for that care.
NSW Health follows a merit-based recruitment and selection process as per Policy Directive PD2017_040.
Candidates will be assessed against the Essential Requirements and Selection Criteria for this position. Please ensure you read the position description (link in advertisement below) prior to submitting an application. Candidates invited to interview will need to bring originals of qualifications or licenses required for the position for sighting by the panel.
To be employed by NSW Health you are required to provide evidence of vaccination to comply with the NSW Health Occupational Assessment, Screening & Vaccination against Specified Infectious Diseases Policy, this includes any amendments made from time to time. Working with Children Check
This position requires a Working with Children Check (WWCC) issued by the Office of the Children’s Guardian.