Medical Registrars - North Island, New Zealand
Balancing a career and personal life can often feel like an impossible job. Why not consider taking some time out to live and work in New Zealand for a year, where you will have the opportunity to explore the country's beautifully scenic land from picturesque beaches to volcanoes, mountains and vast areas of stunning lakes and greenery. Make the most of your days off by trying new activities such as jet-boating, surfing, paddle boarding or even bungy-jumping for the adrenaline seekers, or enjoy a more laid-back lifestyle with access to some of the world's most beautiful beaches and award winning vineyards on your door step. All whilst continuing to develop your skills and experience in a unique healthcare system.
We are recruiting for multiple Medical Registrars to join a secondary hospital on the coast of New Zealand's North Island commencing in December 2019.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a comprehensive, well-equipped hospital with modern facilities where you will gain invaluable one-on-one training with Senior Medical Officers. You will be exposed to a whole variety of presentations in a challenging environment, meaning the opportunity to develop your skill set and experience quickly is vast.
These opportunities allow an amazing experience in undifferentiated general medicine and specialties enriched by the cultural mix and exposure to different community strengths.
The area boasts a Southern Mediterranean climate with long dry summers and cooler winters. Getting around New Zealand is easy with regular daily flights to Auckland and Wellington, making international connections easy to destinations such as Australia and the Pacific Islands. You may choose to explore the Islands by car to really experience all the natural wonders and beautiful scenery that New Zealand has to offer.
You won’t find a better location to experience the laid-back kiwi lifestyle and enjoy a well sought-after work-life balance.
Requirement for this role
To be considered for these roles, you will have at least two years working experience within a medical role and be keen take advantage of the opportunity to develop your experience within a truly unique learning environment. You will need to hold general registration or be eligible for provisional general registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand. There are different pathways for New Zealand and we can advise you if you’re unsure. Head Medical will also assist you with the medical registration and work visa applications if you are successfully appointed.
For a confidential chat, please contact Leona Young on 0131 240 5265 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org