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Medical Officer In Charge
Auburn Hospital, Auburn, NSW

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This advertisement was posted on 18th June 2016

Medical Officer In Charge,
Auburn Hospital, NSW

    Position Title: Medical Officer In Charge
    Reference Number: 326165
    Classification: Career Medical Officer Grade 2
    Location: Auburn Hospital, Auburn, NSW
    Employment Status: Permanent Full Time, Permanent Part Time, Temporary Full Time (up to 04/02/2018), Temporary Part Time (up to 04/02/2018)
    Enquiries: Dr Sharon Miskell, (02) 87593132
    Closing Date: 21/06/2016

    Purpose of Position:

    The MOIC is the senior medical officer in-charge after-hours providing medical management to a broad case-mix of adult, aged care, paediatric, neonatal and mental health inpatients.

    Selection criteria:

      1. MBBS or equivalent, currently registered with the Medical Board of Australia.
      2. Extensive post graduate experience with recent critical care experience at Senior Resident Medical Officer or Registrar level. Critical care experience should ideally include terms in Anaesthetics, ED and ICU.
      3. Advanced life support skills including ALS, APLS, and Neonatal resuscitation.
      4. High level interpersonal and communication skills.
      5. Demonstrated ability working within a multidisciplinary team.
      6. Demonstrated commitment to teaching and supervision.
      7. Demonstrated currency of skills in acute adult and paediatric medicine.
      8. Willingness and ability to participate in a night shift roster

    Please apply online by visiting:

    NSW Health Service: employer of choice

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