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Junior Medical Officer Positions Now Open - close Aug 10th



Applications are now open for up to 4000 Junior Medical Officer (JMO) positions in the state’s annual recruitment drive – the largest of its kind in the country, NSW Health has announced. Applications for the JMO positions are invited from doctors with at least one year of postgraduate work experience looking for a vocational or non-vocational position in NSW. “This is a fantastic opportunity for doctors to train in a range of specialties in world-class public hospitals across NSW,” Ms Janet Compton, Chief Executive Southern NSW Local Health District, said. “Junior Medical Officers will have the chance to train in rotations across different specialty teams and clinical environments with placements in metropolitan, regional and rural areas. “I’d encourage applicants to consider rural and regional positions which combine wonderful lifestyle opportunities while providing world-class specialist training in a range of clinical settings.” New medical specialty positions funded in the NSW 2017/18 budget, include a medical oncology training position at Orange and a general medicine training position at Dubbo. Other specialties include palliative care, geriatric medicine, psychiatry, pathology, genetics, general medicine and pain medicine. Dr Linda MacPherson, Medical Adviser for NSW Health Workforce Planning and Development, said the recruitment drive was an opportunity to improve the distribution of doctors across NSW and ensure the highest quality of training for JMOs in every part of the state. “This important recruitment program is about expanding the skills and capacity of the NSW medical workforce to treat patients with increasingly complex conditions,” Dr MacPherson said. Applications for JMO positions close 10 August 2017. To apply visit the NSW Health JMO recruitment website: www.health.nsw.gov.au/jmo

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