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About the Job
Location: South Island City, New Zealand
Duration: 12 Fixed term Contract
Anaesthetist / Anesthesiologist
Come and experience the south in New Zealand and work with a committed team offering you the support needed in an intense profession.
You will be working in the critical care service and required to supervise staff of the anaesthesia team and your clinical duties would cover pre-op, operative and post-op as well as covering acute services to other locations. Permanent or fixed term commitments of 12 months + will be considered.
The hospital is a relevantly new rebuilt state of the art facility offering a healthcare service to a large demographic in the South Island and population of 107 000.
Invercargill city is location in the south of the south Island with outstanding indoor and outdoor pursuits in the city. Offering a high standard of education from primary through to tertiary. Ten minutes was incredible beaches and just over 2 hours to the mountains for skiing or hiking
So come for the ski season or experience the outdoors in summer while working in a challenging environment.
Applicants must have completed their specialist training and be eligible for vocational registration with Medical Council of New Zealand. The position offers an attractive remuneration package, relocation assistance and CME allowance
This Anesthetic role also offers the work life balance people talk about. Here at Pilkington medics we can tell you what it's really like as we are here, based in New Zealand.
We are not reading it from a brochure. We take pride basing ourselves in New Zealand so we can share with others what it is actually like to live and work here; we visit the hospitals, GP surgeries and Dental practices and a few beaches and mountains in between. We have the passion for helping people achieve their career and lifestyle goals.
If you are interested in a permanent role in New Zealand or a contract role, we look forward to hearing from you on firstname.lastname@example.org quoting PM3031