Employment Type : Temporary Full Time
Remuneration : - $81,884.00 – $127,922.00
Hours Per Week : 38
Requisition ID : CAM11601
Applications Close : 12 August 2021
Sydney Local Health District is seeking a highly motivated Unaccredited Vascular Surgery Registrar to join the Vascular Surgery Team at RPA Hospital
What you will be doing:
This position is open to qualified candidates with a background in Surgery. You will be Involved in the inpatient service as well as the outpatient vascular service with appropriate degrees of independence. You will have the opportunity to enhance your surgical skills, with support provided for research and teaching activities. Candidates for this position will engage in self-directed as well as work-directed learning of relevant principles and material.
The Department of Vascular Surgery
The Department of Vascular Surgery at RPAH, in which the successful applicant will work, offers comprehensive vascular surgical services in a large tertiary referral hospital. The Vascular Service provides surgical management of broad diseases affecting the aorta, carotids, lower limb, venous system and other complex vascular disorders. The successful applicant will participate in vascular rounds and assist with quality assurance, research and educational activities related to this service.
Where you will be working:
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital is the principal teaching hospital of the University of Sydney and offers speciality services from its main campus as well as from Chris O’Brien. RPAH is one of Australia's leading hospitals, providing an extensive range of diagnostic and treatment services. Its specialities include cardiology, obstetrics and gynaecology, cancer, respiratory medicine, neurology, liver and kidney transplants.
What we can offer you:
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