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June

2021 Renal Registrar Unaccredited

Bendigo Health - Bendigo, VIC

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
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JOB DESCRIPTION

Full Job Description
Title: 2021 Renal Registrar Unaccredited

Department: Clinical Operations

Classification: HM25 to HM30

Hours: 86 per fortnight
Status: 1 x 6 month position commencing August 2021

Would you like to work in an environment that offers a:
Strong attitude to teaching and supportive staff
Diverse patient base that are friendly and accepting of people learning
Excellent clinical exposure across a range of specialties
5 or 10 minute commute to get to work
Dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology

The Position
The Unaccredited Renal Registrar position at Bendigo Health will be responsible for Clinical management of patients and supervision of Interns and Hospital Medical Officers and adequate documentation of clinical matters, working co-operatively with the Renal Advanced Trainee to ensure optimum patient care. The Registrar will liaise with key staff in other Departments and Clinical Divisions in providing medical consultation, particularly Emergency Department ensuring high standards of care and efficient use of available resources.
The successful applicant will have the opportunity to consolidate clinical and technical skills across the spectrum of patient presentations and conditions, together with didactic learning and research in renal medicine. Duties will also include supervision and training of junior staff, attendance at Renal Outpatient Clinics, participation in Quality Assurance activities of the Department including multi-disciplinary activities and liaison and consultation with Geriatricians and Rehabilitationalists in ensuring early assessment for rehabilitation or placement.

About Bendigo Health
Bendigo Health is a leader in regional health care, combining outstanding services with a strong education, training and personal development culture. With more than 4,500 staff and volunteers and covering an area a quarter of the size of Victoria, Bendigo Health, is an expanding regional health service offering the advantages of city life combined with the beauty and freedom that comes from living in a regional area.
At Bendigo Health, we pride ourselves on demonstrating the values of our organisation in our everyday work life - Caring, Passionate & Trustworthy. Our teams are friendly, supportive and thrive on ensuring that we deliver Excellent Care to Every Person, Every Time.

About Bendigo
Bendigo is a thriving regional city with a population of close to 110,000. It has a strong supportive community base with good schools and excellent infrastructure making it an ideal location for families wanting to escape the city. It has fantastic restaurants, shops, cultural precincts, sporting facilities and tertiary facilities making it a great city to live and work.
If successful for a position at Bendigo Health you must provide evidence of your full immunisation record as part of the on boarding process.
For further information on the above positions please refer to the position descriptions available on our website https://www.bendigohealth.org.au/Medical/. Applications are to be submitted online.
Selection Criteria

Essential:
01.MBBS or equivalent degree with current General Registration with AHPRA

Essential:
02.At least 3 years post-graduate experience

Essential:
03.Current membership of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians training program

Essential:
04.Demonstrated appropriate level experience in assessment and clinical management of patients.

Essential:
05.Thorough understanding of the relevant legislation pertaining to Medical Officers.

Desirable:
06.High level interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to communicate confidently and appropriately with patients and their families and other health professionals.

Desirable:
07.Evidence of on-going professional development to continually update personal medical knowledge and skills.

Desirable:
08.Ability to effectively use organisational skills (incorporating documentation, time management skills, critical thinking and priority setting).

Desirable:
09.Ability to operate in an environment of change.

Desirable:
10.Ability to work as an effective team member in a multi-disciplinary environment as well as independently (under appropriate supervision).

Bendigo, VIC

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical




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