Staff Specialist/Senior Specialist in Cardiology, Electrophysiology – Canberra, ACT

Position: Staff Specialist/Senior Specialist in Cardiology, Electrophysiology
Canberra Health Services

  • Unique role with exciting opportunities
  • One of the world’s most liveable cities
  • An attractive remuneration package
  • Salary Packaging with many options that provide full fringe benefits tax concessions

 Position Description:
The Department of Cardiology is a well-established service with 14 consultant medical staff positions, four Accredited Cardiology Advanced Trainees, and two Unaccredited Cardiology Advanced Trainees, in addition to Basic Physician Trainees and other Junior Medial Officers. They work as part of a large multidisciplinary team including specialist nursing staff, cardiac physiologists, cardiac sonographers, administrative staff, and the cardiac rehabilitation team. Patients accessing the services include adults of all ages, acuity, frailty, and disability, who present for diagnosis and treatment of a range of acute and chronic cardiac conditions. Our Cardiology Team strives to deliver an exceptional and caring service for our patients, our community and each other.

The coronary care unit is a 19-bed unit which has over 2000 admissions annually. The cardiology outpatient service provides up to 4,500 episodes of care annually with increasing demand each year. There is a close working relationship with our cardiothoracic surgical unit.

The Interventional Cardiology Service includes two dedicated cardiac catheter laboratories which undertake over 800 coronary interventional procedures and over 1,600 angiography procedures annually. It provides a 24/7 service for primary PCI for acute ST elevation myocardial infarction for the region. A structural heart disease program is being developed. The service also provides simple and complex cardiac device implantation service and follow up. Clinical cardiac electrophysiology services were commenced in April 2019 with complex ablation procedures.

The echocardiography service performs over 4,000 procedures per year. Regular transoesophageal echocardiography service and stress echocardiography is provided, with additional emergency cover. Cardiac CT program commenced in 2017 in collaboration with the Department of Radiology. Cardiac MRI is part of the proposed development plan for the department.

There is a dedicated heart failure clinic coordinated by a Heart Function Advanced Practice Nurse.  These clinics provide ready access to phone advice, education on self-management, avoid recurrent presentations and to assist with reducing length of hospitalisation by early bridging to outpatient care or closer to home care program. The Department also provides a nurse led cardiac rehabilitation service supported by cardiologists, with strong engagement from patients and their families.

Construction is underway for a state-of-the-art Heart Care Centre, incorporating Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery services in the Acute Cardiac Care Unit (ACCU) and Interventional Cardiology Laboratory (ICL) as part of the Canberra Hospital Expansion Project (scheduled for completion in 2024).

Under limited direction of the Cardiology Unit Director you:

  1. Provide clinical Electrophysiology (EP) services to clients and participate in the clinics and on-call rosters for the Cardiology service. This may include:
  2. Management of patients referred to the cardiology outpatient clinics, including timely triaging, consultation, diagnosis, reporting and treatment of cardiac conditions (e.g. medical clinics including arrhythmia clinic, Holter monitoring, Exercise Stress Testing, and implantable device monitoring).
  3. Participation in on-call rosters.
  4. EP procedures- including implantation, monitoring and management of basic and complex cardiac implantable electrical devices, EP studies and catheter ablations. Promoting same day procedures when feasible and safe. Providing support for device clinics, and work towards development of remote monitoring clinics, EP nurse-led clinics etc and other innovations as necessary for efficient service delivery.
  5. Contribute to regional EP service development and delivery. Participation in education for trainees, nurses, and physiologists. Consultative service for referring hospitals as required.
  6. Contributing to direct cardiology inpatient care, patient consultation requests from other units and timely ward rounds to ensure patient management is safe, optimal and expedited.
  7. Assist the Cardiology Unit Directors to ensure appropriate clinical governance mechanisms are in place for the Department.
  8. Actively engage in quality and safety activities, service redesign, and model of care development for the Department and the Division.
  9. Contribute to regular teaching and training of Cardiology Advanced Trainees and the multidisciplinary clinical team and promote clinical research within the Cardiology Department.
  10. Undertake other duties appropriate to this level of classification which contribute to the operation of the organisation.

Medical Practitioners employed at CHS enjoy excellent conditions. Our Enterprise Agreement is available at

Why Canberra?
With more restaurants and cafés per capita than anywhere else in Australia, there is always somewhere new to tempt your tastebuds.
If the outdoors is more your scene, there’s mountains, snow, and surf all right at your doorstep. Canberra is so much more than politics, so if you’re considering a change in scenery, the ACT has a lot to offer.
Visit Canberra has more information about Canberra and Canberra Live has information about living and working in Canberra.

 How to apply or want to know more?
All applications must be submitted through the e-recruitment system and must include a copy of a current CV, and a response to the selection criteria in the duty statement under “To Apply”.

Closing date for applications: 25 October 2023

Staff Specialist, Cardiac Surgeon – Townsville, QLD

Position : Staff Specialist, Cardiac Surgeon
Temporary full-time (flexible) role up to 2 years.

The Townsville Hospital and Health Service (THHS) provides a comprehensive range of cardiothoracic surgery to the North Queensland community. The cardiothoracic surgery (CTS) team is dedicated to ensuring the patient journey through the heart and lung operations are person centered and tailored to individual needs. Our Cardiac Ward provides specialist cardiac and thoracic care following  procedures or transition from the acute services of our Coronary Care Unit or Intensive Care Unit.

Services provided include:

  • Cardiac surgery for coronary artery bypass grafting
  • Heat valve replacement and repair surgery
  • Adult open heart surgery
  • Minimally invasive heat valve repair and replacement
  • Transcathether aortic valve implantation (TAVI)
  • Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)
  • Video-assisted surgery for lung cancers
  • Surgery for chest wall and chest trauma, excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)
  • Telehealth clinics and Outreach clinics for Cairns and Mackay
  • Cardiothoracic patient education and rehabilitation

This role participates in the cardiac and thoracic surgery program at the Townsville University Hospital including cardiac and thoracic surgery, teaching and research.
Generous pro rata remuneration package (based on f/t) up to $522,648 p.a. comprising:

  • Base salary between $204,206 and $258,910 p.a. (L18-L27).
  • 4 weeks annual leave with 17.5% loading
  • 12.75% employer contribution to superannuation
  • attraction and location incentive allowances
  • motor vehicle allowance
  • professional development assistance (allowances and leave)

Salary sacrificing options may apply.

  • FRACS or equivalent.
  • 5 years post fellowship experience as a Cardiac Surgeon.
  • Proof of qualification and Specialist registration with the Medical Board of Australia (AHPRA).
  • This is a Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) risk role: Hepatitis B, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella, Pertussis and COVID-19.
  • 6 months’ probation period may apply.
  • Pre-employment checks will be conducted.

Highly desirable:

  • Strong interest in research and teaching.
  • A strong interest in Multidisciplinary Thoracis surgery.
  • Preferable experience in dealing with rheumatic valvular heart disease.

Why make the change?
Appreciate the change of pace as you immerse yourself in a tropical North Queensland lifestyle.
Living in Townsville; a vibrant, dynamic city and the largest regional centre in northern Australia allows easy access to the Strand and Magnetic Island.
Plus, the city heart provides opportunity for boutique shopping, fine dining experiences, cultural events and a bustling nightlife.

Enquiries to Donna Dowling on 07 4433 3496.

Applications close on Thursday 26 October 2023.
To APPLY or for more information please visit

Honorary position of Editorial Fellow (2024-25) Heart Lung and Circulation

Position : Honorary position of Editorial Fellow (2024-25) Heart Lung and Circulation

This new position seeks to provide aspiring researchers and/or clinician-researchers with direct experience of involvement with the Board of Australasia’s specialist journal of cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, with a view to encouraging ongoing scholarship and involvement with academic scientific journals.

The Editorial Fellow will be an honorary member of the Section Editors’ Board for at least two years, attending Editorial Board meetings and other relevant meetings (e.g., the CSANZ Annual Scientific Meeting). Some financial support may be available to attend meetings.

The Editorial Fellow will be introduced to a broad range of relevant experiences available within academic publishing, from initial commissioning to post-publication social media, and will be closely involved with at least one specific journal project (e.g., a Special Issue, a conference presentation and/or co-authorship of an editorial or article for publication in Heart, Lung and Circulation).

The Editorial Fellow will receive training in peer review across a range of submissions, and conducting peer review will be an core, ongoing activity in this Position.

Essential criteria :

  • An Australasian-based candidate
  • An Advanced trainee or at Post-doctoral level, and/or within 5 years of award of
  • Fellowship or PhD.
  • Academic authorship experience (i.e., at least one journal publication)

Desirable :

  • Membership of relevant Professional Societies (eg, CSANZ, ANZSCTS, ISHR, ACVA)
  • Peer review experience

Interested candidates for the honorary position of Heart, Lung and Circulation Editorial Fellow are invited to email an Expression of Interest by:
FRIDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2023 to: [email protected] with:

  1. A covering note, addressing essential and desirable criteria (see above)
  2. An attached brief CV, including a list of Publications, and
  3. An attached Letter of Support from relevant supervisors (e.g., clinical and/or head of laboratory)

Previous applicants are welcome to re-apply.

PhD opportunities – Westmead Applied Research Centre, Sydney, NSW

Position : Exciting PhD or Masters Opportunity at The University of Sydney and Westmead Hospital for 2024

Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) is increasingly recognised as an important cause of myocardial infarction (MI). Global estimates suggest SCAD is the most common cause of MI in women under the age of 50. Yet very little is known about the best way to prevent, diagnose and treat SCAD. The Australian New Zealand SCAD (ANZ-SCAD) Registry is being led by Associate Professor Sarah Zaman out of the Westmead Applied Research Centre (WARC) at the University of Sydney and Westmead Hospital. This national effort will recruit patients with SCAD from more than 22 hospitals across Australia and New Zealand. Data pooling with national and international SCAD cohorts will enable important research questions to be answered.

Applications are open for a PhD candidate to join the team of SCAD researchers, under the supervision of A/Prof Sarah Zaman. They will be joining the academic team at WARC, led by Director Professor Clara Chow. The research team has extensive experience in leading grants, publications, and supporting students to win awards and scholarships. Ideal applicants will have a medical degree and clinical cardiology training. To apply (or for further details), please send your CV to [email protected]. An ideal candidate would have experience in coronary angiography interpretation. To determine your eligibility for a PhD or Masters at the Faculty of Medicine and Health please visit this link.

To learn more about our centre at WARC, visit this link.

Position : PhD or Masters Opportunity in Myocardial Infarction in the Young

Myocardial infarction (MI) in young people (< age 50 years) is a devastating event that can have significant mortality, morbidity, psychological and financial effects for the individual and their families. Applications are open for a PhD or Masters candidate to join Associate Professor Sarah Zaman, and the team to research heart attacks in the young. A Young MI Registry has already begun (ethics and governance approval in place) at Westmead Hospital, Western Sydney, NSW, recruiting patients both historically and prospectively. Biomarkers, such as lipids, diabetic markers, lipoprotein(a) and high sensitivity CRP are collected. Dietary and exercise surveys are completed by prospectively consented participants. Research will focus on the different presentation features, outcomes and medical therapy as well as sex and ethnic differences and gaps in care, between young and older people with MI. Opportunity may arise to conduct prospectively clinical trials in consented participants and their families.

A PhD or master student would be joining the academic team at the Westmead Applied Research Centre, an Impact Centre of the Faculty of Medicine and Health, at the University of Sydney, under the directorship of Director Professor Clara Chow. The research team has extensive experience in leading grants, publications, and supporting students to win awards and scholarships. Ideal applicants will have clinical experience in cardiovascular disease. To apply (or for further details), please send your CV to [email protected]. Please first determine your eligibility for a PhD or Masters at the Faculty of Medicine and Health please visit this link.

To learn more about our centre at WARC, visit this link.

Position : PhD or Masters Opportunity in Diet and Heart Failure

Heart failure with reduced ejection fraction is the leading cause of hospitalisation worldwide and affects ~64 million people globally. The failing heart has been found to use ketone bodies as a significant source of energy, resulting in improvements in heart function. This has led to a theoretical basis for a benefit of ketosis in heart failure, yet clinical research in this area (such as application of a ketogenic diet) is lacking. In fact, there are incredibly few dietary trials of any kind specific to patients with heart failure, despite diet being a cornerstone of heart disease prevention and treatment.

Applications are open for a PhD or Masters candidate to join the team to research dietary interventions in treatment of patients with heart failure, under the supervision of A/Prof Sarah Zaman. They will be joining the academic team at the Westmead Applied Research Centre, an Impact Centre of the Faculty of Medicine and Health, at the University of Sydney, led by Director Professor Clara Chow. Research projects will focus on diet and heart failure, including utilisation of available longitudinal data, systematic reviews and involvement in a grant-funded prospective clinical trial of a dietary intervention in patients with heart failure. The research team has extensive experience in leading grants, publications, and supporting students to win awards and scholarships. Ideal applicants will have clinical experience in heart failure and/or in application of diet to prevent chronic disease. To apply (or for further details), please send your CV to [email protected]. To determine your eligibility for a PhD or Masters at the Faculty of Medicine and Health please visit this link.

To learn more about our centre at WARC, visit this link.

Staff Specialist or Staff Specialist Cardiology – Caboolture Hospital, QLD

Position Title: Staff Specialist or Staff Specialist Cardiology
Location:  Caboolture Hospital

Caboolture Hospital is currently undertaking a major expansion and redevelopment, to build a bigger and better hospital, with more health care services and improved access for the community

  • Permanent full time opportunity available
  • Rewarding career and development opportunities
  • Total remuneration package ranges between $413,301.50 up to $435.365.00 per annum (L25-L27) OR $348,809.00 up to $398,294.00 p.a. (L18-L24) (excluding superannuation)

About the role

  • The Cardiologist will be responsible for the provision of high quality, cost efficient and effective care for patients with Cardiovascular Disease and to actively participate in education and research.
  • The position is to provide a high-quality service within the Hospital and Health Service and to participate, if requested in the provision of services in clinical Service Networks in Queensland Health.

The Cardiac Service supports the overarching purpose of the Caboolture Hospital and provides evidence based, safe, optimal and efficient cardiac care guided by standards including Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, Heart Foundation of Australia, and State-wide cardiac clinical pathways.

Cardiac medicine at Caboolture Hospital provides an array of preventative, screening, diagnostic, treatment, and rehabilitative services across general and specialised cardiac medical problems. The service will support inpatient and outpatient cardiac rehabilitation education, in addition to cardiac rehabilitation and lifestyle modification program referrals.

A truly rewarding opportunity for you to join our team and provide specialist cardiac medical services to patients across Metro North Hospital and Health Service.

Job ad reference number: QLD/CAB511527

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Close date: 5th October 2023

Fellow – Cardiology, Cardiac Imaging – Sunshine Coast University Hospital QLD

Position: Fellow (Cardiology – Cardiac Imaging)
Status: Temporary Full-time 76 hrs p.f.
Location: Sunshine Coast University Hospital, Birtinya
We are looking for an exceptional Fellow Cardiology – Cardiac Imaging to join our Cardiology department. The Fellow (Cardiology – Cardiac Imaging) is responsible for providing high quality Cardiology medical management to patients accessing services across the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service (SCHHS). A subspecialty interest in advanced cardiac imaging (cardiac CT or cardiac MRI) is desirable. SCHHS is a dynamic health service provider that delivers high-quality cost-effective, innovative healthcare in collaboration with our communities and partners. SCHHS is committed to supporting Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in our population and workforce, and to accommodating differences amongst its patients/consumers, their families and carers, our workers and potential clients. SCHHS provides a work environment that promotes a healthy balance between work and personal life. Your skills can help us shape the future of healthcare in the Sunshine Coast region. SCHHS offers:
• Salary comprising of between $160,444 – $176,802 p.f.
• Annual leave loading
• Salary packaging
• Up to 12.75% employer superannuation contribution
• Employee Assistance Program
Mandatory requirements:
• Possession of a medical degree (MBBS or equivalent) from a registered tertiary institution.
• Current registration (or be eligible for registration) with the Australian Health. Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
• Member of the Royal Australian College of Physicians or assessment of substantial comparability without the need for supervised practice by the Royal Australian College of Physicians in Specialty of Cardiology.
• It is a condition of employment for this role for the employee to be, and remain, vaccinated/immune against the following Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) during their employment: measles, mumps, rubella, varicella (chicken pox), pertussis (whooping cough), Hepatitis B and COVID 19.
Contact Name: Dr Rohan Poulter
Contact Number: (07) 5202 1069
Job Ad Reference: SC477440 Closing date: Friday, 6 October 2023
Apply online at Smartjobs here

Cardiologist – Darwin, NT

Position: Cardiologist/s

Staff Specialist Clinician SMO1.1 – SMO1.6, Remuneration Package Range $211,880 – $257,588 (Comprising salary $195,273 -$238,944 superannuation, leave loading and the value of 2 weeks extra recreation leave)

Senior Staff Specialist Clinician SMO2.1 – SMO2.3, Remuneration Package Range $265,627 – $291,433 (Comprising salary $247,118 – $273,357 superannuation, leave loading and the value of 2 weeks extra recreation leave)

Selection will be made at the SC or SSC level depending on the experience/qualifications of the successful applicant.

Division of Medicine
Several vacancies are available, working in Darwin and Palmerston
This is a part time vacancy available for 0.5 (19 hrs) per week

Royal Darwin and Palmerston Regional Hospitals, Northern Territory Health seek an experienced Cardiologist/s to join the Department of Medicine.

The Northern Territory Cardiology Service goal is to provide patient centred care, delivering evidence based best practice for all of the diverse and remote NT population.

This includes a strong focus on research with the opportunity for further postgraduate studies, including collaborative research opportunities through the Menzies School of Health Research.

Key duties are,

  • Contribute to regular General Cardiology ward service and after hour on call. Approximately 10 weeks per year.
  • Contribute to performing, supervising reporting echocardiograms, exercise tests and stress echocardiograms and transesophageal echocardiogram.
  • Provide regular public out patient, telehealth and outreach Cardiology clinics. This includes providing clinical support to nominated remote communities.
  • Contribute to the supervision and teaching of Intern’s RMO’s and Registrar’s as well as contributing to Medical Student teaching

For further information about this vacancy please contact Dr Marcus Ilton on [email protected]  or [email protected] Quote vacancy number: 35519
Closing date: 02/10/2023

Applications should consist of a one page summary sheet, resume / CV and copies of relevant qualifications.

For a copy of the Job Description or to view career opportunities in the Northern Territory Government please visit

Apply Here Link –

Cardiologist Devonport – TAS

Position: Cardiologist

Mersey Heart is a cardiology practice established in Devonport, Tasmania in 2021 by Dr Greg Hasking. This growing region of about 45,000 people had had no local cardiac service for some years. The practice is now ready to welcome another cardiologist to our team.

We are committed to practising with integrity, high technical standards, and respect for patients, carers, and staff. Dr Hasking’s primary clinical interests are in echocardiography and heart failure. The practice is overwhelmingly outpatient based and offers both consultation and non-invasive cardiac testing to the community and the local Mersey Community Hospital.

In addition to his work at Mersey Heart, Dr Hasking has an appointment as Visiting Cardiologist at Launceston General Hospital (LGH). LGH is the major referral hospital for the 250,000 people in northern Tasmania. Cardiac capabilities include angiography and PCI, some structural procedures, devices, and all non-invasive investigations including TOE. Cardiothoracic surgery in Tasmania is undertaken only in Hobart.

The Spirit of Tasmania ferry and major airlines provide direct access to Devonport from Melbourne. Devonport is a bustling town with a good range of retail and service facilities. The natural attractions of central and northwest Tasmania are close by. Launceston is the main commercial centre of Northern Tasmania, and is accessible from Devonport in 60 minutes via the Bass Highway. Both towns have excellent schools and recreational facilities

This position provides an opportunity to start in private consultant practice with an experienced colleague, and long-term potential as the practice continues to develop. Subject to the availability of positions and a successful application, there may be opportunities for professional interaction and acute cardiology through the public system. We encourage and support continuous education.

We offer an attractive remuneration package, and can provide short term accommodation in a new two-bedroom villa.

We welcome expressions of interest from cardiologists eligible for specialist cardiology registration with AHPRA. No sub-speciality interest is excluded. It would be an advantage to have completed a post-FRACP Fellowship in your chosen sub-speciality.

Please send your CV to [email protected]; or ring Julia Hasking on 03 6449 4133 to discuss a potential visit and administration arrangements

Professor and Chair of Cardiovascular Research – Liverpool, NSW

Position: Professor and Chair of Cardiovascular Research
Employment Type: Full – time, Continuing Professorial appointment (Chair position, 7-year appointment)
Remuneration: Attractive remuneration, generous employer’s contribution to superannuation
Location: UNSW South West Sydney Clinical Campus, Liverpool NSW 

Why this opportunity matters:
This is a newly created opportunity for a visionary leader in the field of cardiovascular research to lead a transformative cardiovascular research program that will profoundly impact the patients and community of one of Australia’s fastest growing and most diverse regions.

This exciting appointment creates the opportunity to develop collaborations across the four partners, including UNSW Sydney, South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD), the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, and the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research. Collectively these four organisations will work together to support the Chair in creating a vibrant cardiovascular research hub based in South West Sydney.

The successful appointee will provide outstanding academic and clinical leadership, foster excellence in collaborative cardiovascular research and provide innovative teaching, clinical care and engagement activities. The key objective will be to develop a world class research program as evidenced by publications in high impact journals, success in peer reviewed funding schemes, building cardiovascular research capability, and research impact.

Relevant fields of research for the appointee are broad and include clinical or basic research relevant to cardiovascular disease, although, with the expectation that the successful applicant will be a focus for improving the substantial burden of cardiovascular disease in South West Sydney.

The successful appointee will have:

  • MBBS (or equivalent medical degree) and specialty qualification in cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery or similar. A PhD or other advanced degree is also desirable, but not essential.
  • Relevant professional experience at the appropriate level, including demonstrated skill in leading a multidisciplinary team.
  • Demonstrated commitment to proactively keeping up to date with discipline knowledge and developments.
  • Evidence of highly developed interpersonal and collaboration skills with demonstrated ability to work and influence across disciplines, faculties, institutions, and professional bodies.
  • Evidence of being an inspirational role model for other academics seeking mentoring, guidance, advice and support.
  • Proven leadership of research projects and leadership of research teams, including high quality supervision of honours and postgraduate research projects.
  • Demonstrated capacity to lead by example in supporting equal opportunity and equity, diversity and inclusion policy and programs.
  • Proven leadership in developing significant productive relationships and engagement with industry and the community, with success in attracting significant industry funding.

Full details of the role can be found in the attached position description.

UNSW Benefits and Culture:
An attractive package will be negotiated with the successful applicant, based upon the competitive salaries and benefits offered by UNSW including:​

  • 17% Superannuation and leave loading​
  • Flexible working ​
  • Additional 3 days of leave over the Christmas period​
  • Access to lifelong learning and career development ​
  • Progressive HR practices​

More information on the great staff benefits and culture can be found here.

How to apply:
Please apply online at: . Applications should not be sent to the contact listed below.
Please provide a resume and a cover letter clearly addressing the main criteria listed in the position description.

Contact for questions:
Merita O’Connell – Talent Acquisition, UNSW   E: [email protected] 

Applications close: Saturday 30th September before 11.30pm
UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ+ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff.
The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.

Sonographer – Cairns, QLD

Position: Sonographer

Northern Heart Specialists are local Cardiologists who are passionate about providing contemporary cardiac care to patients in North Queensland. We are looking for a highly motivated and experienced Cardiac Sonographer to join our growing practice.

The ideal candidate will need to be an experienced professional with a current Australian Sonographer Accreditation Registration number.

About the role
The successful candidate will require excellent caring and interpersonal skills along with the ability to communicate clearly and frequently with our team to ensure the highest level of care for our patients.  Full-time or part-time position (preferably full-time). Some travel to local referral towns (90mins travel time) required on a fortnightly basis. High proficiency in the English language – both written and verbal are required, a strong work ethic as well as the ability to provide exceptional service to our patients.

What we offer

  • Highly competitive remuneration and leave package based on level of experience
  • $120,000 to $135,000 including super
  • 4 weeks annual leave
  • A great team to work with where your skills and contributions will be valued

Please forward your resume to [email protected]

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