Registrar - Unaccredited - ENT

Date:  17 Jun 2024
Site:  VCCC (Parkville)
Location: 

MELBOURNE, VIC, AU, 3000

Company:  Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Unit:  Junior Medical Personnel
Division:  Chief Operating Officer
Department:  Cancer Surgery
Enterprise Agreement:  Doctors in Training (Victorian Public Health Secto
Junior Medical Personnel

At Peter Mac we aim to continuously improve cancer care, research and education across all cancers and for all people affected by cancer: changing lives, breaking new ground. Everything we do is underpinned by our core values, Excellence, Compassion and Innovation. Welcoming people from a wide variety of different backgrounds and experiences is critical to fostering innovation, cultivating compassion, attracting and retaining top talent and providing the best possible cancer care for our patients.

 

YOUR ROLE IN OUR FUTURE
This is a fixed term, full time position for an experienced ENT / Head & Neck Surgery Registrar to offer surgical services to the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre with particular responsibility for Head & Neck surgery.

 

Applicants to this role should provide a covering letter outlining relative key skills and experience to assist us with our assessment. 

For further information about this opportunity, click Apply to be redirected to the Peter Mac Careers page where you can review the position summary. Alternatively, please contact us using the information below for a confidential discussion.

Hiring Manager: Dr Matthew Magarey
Contact Number: 8559 6125
Email: MedicalWorkforce@petermac.org

Applications Close: 15 July 2024
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Position Summary

This is a position for an experienced ENT / Head & Neck Surgery Registrar to offer surgical services to the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre with particular responsibility for Head & Neck surgery.

Enterprise Agreement

Doctors in Training

Classification or Salary Range

In line with enterprise agreement and experience

Immunisation Risk Category

Key Relationships

Internal • Division of Surgical Oncology
• Patients & their Carers
External • Other healthcare providers
• Universities & Professional Bodies

Education

Skills

• Medical Qualifications registrable AHPRA
• Commitment to the values and health care philosophy of Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Code of Conduct.
• Excellent skills and competencies as a clinician and good communication skills with patients, their families and colleagues.
• Registration with the Medical Practitioners Board of Australia.
• Commitment to continuous quality improvement.
• Teaching commitment and skills in the areas undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing medical education.
• Ongoing involvement with and encouragement of research
• Computer skills - working knowledge of Windows environment including word processing.

Certifications, Licenses & Registrations

AHPRA Registration

Key Accountabilities

Key Accountabilities Demonstrated by / Key Performance Indicators
1. Providing the highest standard of patient care
  • Provide surgical care to appropriate patients.
  • Provision and maintenance of high level of clinical skills.
  • Responsible to the Director of Division of Surgical Oncology and Chair of Service for the development of the Head & Neck Service.
  • Commitment to the values of the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and commitment to the Hospital's Code of Ethical Conduct.
  • Excellent skills and competencies as a clinician and excellent communication skills with patients, their families and one's colleagues.

2. Providing educational support and development
 
  • Supervise HMOs allocated to the Head & Neck Service general team.
  • Regular attendance at Departmental, Hospital and Specialty educational meetings and audit meetings as required.
  • Ongoing involvement in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching/training.
  • Ongoing supervision and training of Junior Medical staff.
  • Participation in annual credentialing program.
  • Teaching commitment and skills in the areas of undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing medical education.
  • Ongoing involvement with and encouragement of Research.
  • Commitment to continuing Education/Self development and Quality Improvement activities as supported by the Hospital's staff education initiatives.
3. Timely completion of all administrative requirements
  • Completion of clinical records, operating reports and outpatient letters within acceptable time frames.
  • Timely attendance at scheduled Operating Suite and outpatient sessions.
  • Timely application and management of approved leave.
  • Participation in appropriate clinical audit and other hospital activities.
  • Commitment to Hospital/corporate objectives, develop trusting staff relationships and generate team confidence, direct and control professionals improvements, exercise stewardship over available resources to ensure the efficient and effective use of available funds.

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For further information about this opportunity, click Apply to be redirected to the Peter Mac Careers page where you can review the position profile. Alternatively, please contact us for a confidential discussion.

 

 

Peter Mac requires its staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Please contact us if you would like to discuss this requirement.

 

 

WHY WORK FOR PETER MAC

 

  • Peter Mac offer a range of benefits which support our people both personally and professionally.
  • Our staff benefits include award winning facilities, professional development and events, a health and wellbeing program, flexible work practices and policies and financial benefits such as salary packaging.
  • We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, all members of the LGBTQI community and people with a disability.