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Senior Resident Medical Officer - Acute Care (522018) & (522308)

Tasmanian Government Jobs - Hobart, TAS

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
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JOB DESCRIPTION

Award

Medical Practitioners (Tasmanian State Service) Award

Classification

Medical Practitioner Level 5 (Senior RMO Year 1) to Level 8 (Senior RMO Year 4)

Salary

$95,697 to $113,591 per annum

Period of Employment

Fixed-term, full-time, working 80 hours per fortnight for a duration of 12 months to commence on 10 January 2022

Location

Anaesthetics/ICU - Royal Hobart Hospital

SRMOs in Acute Care Medicine

The Department of Critical Care Medicine (DCCM), in conjunction with the Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine (DAPM) at the Royal Hobart Hospital, offer Senior Resident Medical Officer positions in Acute Care. These positions will consist of six months in Intensive Care and six months in Anaesthesia at Senior RMO level during the one-year tenure. Up to six positions may be available. These positions are only for candidates who will be post-graduate year 3 - 5 during 2022.

These positions are highly sought after.

They are of interest to those pursuing careers in Intensive Care Medicine, Anaesthesia, Emergency Medicine or Remote and Rural Medicine.

Since their inception in 2015, they have provided a pathway into registrar training positions in Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia in Tasmania for many trainees.

In ICU, SRMOs will participate in a fully rotational roster with base hours of 80 hours per fortnight.

They will work under the supervision of Consultant Intensivists and Senior Registrars in hours. After hours, SRMOs are supported by ICU registrars working the same shifts and on-call Senior Registrars and Specialists. The ICU is very busy and has a broad medical and surgical casemix including major trauma, neurosurgery and cardiac surgery.

In Anaesthesia, SRMOs will work under the direct supervision of a Specialist Anaesthetist encompassing a broad casemix within main theatres and the day procedure unit, as well as involvement with preadmission clinics and the acute pain service.

The work pattern is daytime hours with subsequent participation in the after-hours roster when assessed as competent to do so.

Candidates may state their term order preference, however the allocation will be determined by the two departments and is non-negotiable.

These positions will align with the RMO term dates - 10 January 2022 and it may be possible to extend the contract end date to align with registrar start dates for 2023 (29 January 2023).

Essential Requirements:

Registration/licences that are essential requirements of this role must remain current and valid at all times whilst employed in this role and the status of these may be checked at any time during employment. It is the employee’s responsibility to ensure that registration/licences remain current and to advise the Employer if their circumstances change. This includes notifying the Employer of any new criminal convictions and/or if a registration/licence is revoked, cancelled or has its conditions altered.

  • General Registration with the Medical Board of Australia.
  • Current Tasmanian Working with Children Registration.
  • The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this job is to satisfy a pre‑employment check before taking up the appointment, on promotion or transfer. The following checks are to be conducted:

1. Conviction checks in the following areas:

    1. crimes of violence
    2. sex related offences
    3. serious drug offences
    4. crimes involving dishonesty

2. Identification check

3. Disciplinary action in previous employment check.

Selection Process:

Essential Requirements listed above are mandatory for all appointed candidates.

Candidates will be selected for interview based on the following desirable experience, skills and personal qualities:

  • University of Tasmania graduates and/or current Tasmanian public hospital Resident Medical Officers
  • A minimum of two years full time equivalent postgraduate medical experience in Australia or New Zealand, and no more than post-graduate year 5 during the year of employment
  • Previous RMO experience in Emergency Medicine and Acute-Care Medicine/Surgery.
  • Previous experience in Anaesthesia or Intensive Care Medicine (desirable but not essential)
  • Completion of acute care training courses, such as, but not limited to, ALS, BASIC, APLS, EMST
  • Advanced procedural experience and competence, including experience with ultrasound-guided procedures and/or completion of accredited training courses in Point of Care Ultrasound
  • Experience in audit, research, teaching, and safety and quality processes
  • Experience in leadership roles both within and outside of work

Additionally, candidates should ideally have:

  • An appropriate academic history and an aptitude for advanced study
  • High level oral and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated good clinical, technical and management skills, and demonstrated insight to seek help and advice when needed
  • The ability to work as part of a team, the ability to function well in stressful situations, and the flexibility and readiness to adapt to different work environments
  • Demonstrated experience and commitment to Continuing Medical Education and Quality Assurance activities
  • Demonstrated appropriate interpersonal and communication skills, leadership skills, and the ability to interact effectively and respectfully with patients and staff in a caring, ethical, and professional manner.

Nb. Usually these positions are not available to candidates who have previously held equivalent positions at RHH or elsewhere. Due to the effect of COVID-19 on training and recruitment nationwide, this year we will consider applications from candidates who have previously held Acute Care SRMO positions that we deem equivalent in nature. These applicants should clearly state the number of weeks worked in each specialty and if they were redeployed elsewhere during the pandemic in 2020. Such applications will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis to determine if suitable for SRMO positions, or if the candidate is better suited to a registrar position in either department. This determination will be entirely at our discretion and is not open to negotiation.

Download the Statement of Duties and Associated Documents

522018, 522308 Senior Resident Medical Officer - Acute Care MP5-8 (April 2021) (1).pdf
522018, 522308 Senior Resident Medical Officer - Acute Care MP5-8 (April 2021).docx
Applicant Guide.pdf
Applicant Guide.docx

How to apply

Please submit:

  1. Cover Letter outlining:
  1. Why you wish to apply for this position at the Royal Hobart Hospital
  2. Why you think you are a suitable candidate for the position
  3. Current career plans
  1. Up to date, personalised, Curriculum Vitae (CV).

The Selection Panel prefers applicants do not use RHH pro-forma CV from the THS Careers Website. Your CV however should include all relevant information that will allow assessment of your application.

  1. Names and contact details for three referees (must be hospital medical supervisors from within the past two years).

Your application should address the selection process criteria outlined within the Statement of Duties with all relevant information included in your Cover Letter and CV.

These are Specialised Acute Care SRMO positions and are not part of the RHH’s general RMO pool applications.

Candidates short-listed for interview will be advised no later than 12 July 2021. Interviews are planned for week of 19 July 2021, however this may change at our discretion.

For further information
Dr David Rigg, Staff Specialist Intensivist
[email protected]

Dr Margo Peart, Staff Specialist Anaesthetist
[email protected]

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Hobart, TAS

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