ICU Registrar - 2024 Training Year at Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Te Matau a Māui Hawke's Bay, Hawkes Bay
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There are exciting opportunities for Registrars to join Te Whatu Ora Hawke’s Bay in full time positions. Applications are invited for the position of Intensive Care Registrars for next year commencing in February and/or August 2024. The Intensive Care Unit offer supportive working conditions and are committed to excellent teaching.
Hawke’s Bay Hospital is a 400 bed hospital providing acute and elective care for the Hawke's Bay region. We have most major medical and surgical subspecialties on site (except cardiothoracic and neurosurgery), as well as paediatrics and O&G. We are well supported by a strong regional ICU team. We have strengthening Primary and Community health services and an increasingly integrated approach to health and health care.
About the Role
Our Intensive Care Unit serves both Intensive Care and High Dependency patients. We have a large multidisciplinary team of nurses, doctors and allied health professionals that form part of the Intensive Care whanau.
We admit both adult and paediatric patients and provide an inter-hospital transport service within Hawke’s Bay and to tertiary referral centres. Registrars undertake flight training as part of their orientation programme. Working in Hawkes’ Bay offers an excellent opportunity for both fixed and rotary wing transfers, in addition to road transfers, across the beautiful motu.
The Unit is currently accredited as a C12 unit under the CICM training program, with endorsements for General, Rural and Paediatric training.
We provide supportive working conditions, at all hours, with a team committed to learning and professional development. Teaching is across a wide variety of domains in a multidisciplinary learning model. We are moving towards also incorporating simulation training in a more prominent role within our framework.
We have supported CICM candidates through Part 1 and Part 2 examinations as well as examinations in other disciplines. A number of trainees have completed their CICM research project requirement during their time with us In addition, non training registrars have competed research projects that have been published in peer reviewed journals. All registrars have the opportunity to participate in quality and research activities within the department.
We welcome enthusiastic and committed Registrars from varied backgrounds typically - Intensive Care, Emergency Medicine, Medicine, Surgery and Anaesthesia. Other trainees such as Palliative Care and Rural Medicine have also been accommodated in the past.
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Te Whatu Ora Hawkes Bay in general encourages a workforce that’s innovative, eager to learn and enhance their skills and is passionate about caring for our community. As part of our team we’ll support, encourage and help you to develop your career with us.
We’re committed to delivering and living our DHB values of He kauanuanu – Respect, Ākina – Improvement, Rāranga te tira – Teamwork and Tauwhiro – Care. You should be someone who has similar personal values.
We’re are proud of our team’s diversity. We know the strength of a diverse and inclusive workforce helps us achieve the best outcomes for our patients and the communities in which we operate and serve.
If you’re not already living in Hawke's Bay and making the most of what's on offer, you should know it boasts an enviable lifestyle with great homes, superb schools, a burgeoning economy, and no traffic headaches. Whether you like living by the sea, next to the river, nestled in the hills, in a village community, or an art deco city...Hawke's Bay has it all.
Experience and Eligibility
Ideal applicants should have at least three years of post graduate clinical experience ie ideally PGY4 but we would accept applications from enthusiastic PGY3’s. All applicants MUST have completed a BASIC course prior to commencement or have a course planned within the first month of employment.
You will have eligibility for general or provisional general registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand. Information on the process of application for this can be found on their website at http://www.mcnz.org.nz/
You will need to be a NZ or Australian citizen or resident, or have an appropriate visa to be eligible to live and work in NZ. The Immigration NZ website can be found at https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas
Interested parties are to apply online and should include:
Up to date CV noting full employment dates.
Cover letter specifying your preferred start date.
3x Reference Request form (one of whom must be your most recent supervisor). Reports must be received by the stated closing date to complete your application. Click HERE to download the Reference Request Form. References should be returned to the Recruitment Consultant, contact details below.
Interviews for positions are scheduled to be held by Zoom the last week of June and the first two weeks of July.
For further information please contact:
Rose Siaosi, RMO Recruitment Advisor by email firstname.lastname@example.org
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