NZSOHNS

Auckland

OTOLOGY/NEUROTOLOGY FELLOWSHIP: 

Funded: Yes

Further information regarding this fellowship can be obtained by contacting Mr Michel Neeff, michelneeff@gmail.com

Applications for the 2019-2020 position will be accepted from Jan 2018 to Mar 2018. Apply by sending a CV, your log book (Otology only) and three references.

Contact the NZ Medical Council to check your eligibility to work in NZ first.

 

HEAD & NECK FELLOWSHIP: 

Funded: Yes

Description: This is a one year, funded, clinical fellowship that has an excellent international reputation. The fellow is exposed to all aspects of head and neck surgery and oncology and is involved in extirpative surgery as well as reconstruction including microvascular free tissue transfer. In addition the unit has a large endocrine surgery (thyroid/parathyroid) practice. This is a busy job that would suit a candidate who is aiming to work in a high volume academic centre.

Applications are now closed for the 2019-2020 position. 
Applications for the 2020-2021 position will open December 1, 2018 and close 20 March 2019.

Further information regarding this Fellowship can be obtained by contacting Mr John Chaplin, john@thyroid.co.nz

 

LARYNGOLOGY FELLOWSHIP: 

Funded: Yes

This is a one year Clinical Fellowship in Laryngology with a busy clinical workload shared between Auckland City Hospital and North Shore Hospital. The position involves significant multidisciplinary exposure to all aspects of laryngology, swallowing disorders and airway management but also includes some head and neck surgery. Endoscopic procedures under local anaesthetic are a key component of the outpatient practice. To gain the most from this position the candidate should already have a good level of surgical skill.

Further information regarding this fellowship can be obtained by contacting Mr Bren Dorman, Clinical Director Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery at BrenD@adhb.govt.nz

 

FELLOWSHIPS IN PAEDIATRIC ENT (2 POSITIONS)

POST 1: SENIOR CLINICAL FELLOW (FELLOW #1)

Hospital:  Starship Children's Hospital, Auckland New Zealand
Supervising ENT Surgeon:  Murali Mahadevan
Commences:  July - Sept (flexible: eg July 2018-July 2019 or Sept 2019-Sept 2020)
Period:  12 months (can be 24 months combined with research /junior fellowship)
Clinical/Research:  90% clinical 10% research
Funded: YES (salary depends on candidates post grad experience, senior registrar  scale)
Contact:  Murali Mahadevan, Fellowship Director, ORL Starship,  muralim@adhb.govt.nz

About this fellowship :  The Paediatric Senior Clinical Fellowship is a fully-funded one year Clinical Fellowship with a busy clinical workload including all aspects of Paediatric Otolaryngology. It is mainly based at Starship Children's Hospital, Auckland which is the largest Paediatric hospital in New Zealand and serves as a tertiary referral centre for the country. The position involves significant multidisciplinary interactions and secondary and tertiary level exposure to all aspects of paediatric airway disease, laryngology, otology, rhinology and head and neck surgery. The Fellowship is designed to prepare the candidate for a tertiary level Paediatric ORL consultant position at the end of the 12 month Fellowship. To gain the most from this position, the candidate should already have a high level of surgical skill and a reasonable exposure to paediatric ORL during his or her residency/training programme. The candidate must be eligible for registration with the New Zealand Medical Council. Further details are available on the NZMC website (www.mcnz.org.nz). The candidate must be eligible to obtain general registration to practise in a hospital setting. There will be a 1:3 on-call responsibility supervising a resident/registrar with consultant cover.
Please send applications with your CV and 3 referees to Dr Murali Mahadevan Fellowship Director, Paediatric ORL, Starship Children's Hospital. muralim@adhb.govt.nz

Applications:  close 18 months prior to fellowship commencement date.

POST 2: JUNIOR CLINICAL & RESEACH FELLOW (FELLOW #2)

Hospital:  Starship Children's Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand
Supervising ENT Surgeon:  Murali Mahadevan
Commences:  flexible (eg start date July to Sept, eg Aug 2019-Aug 2020)
Period:  12 months (can extend to 24 months)
Clinical/Research:  clinical 40%/ research 60%
Funded:  YES
Contact:  muralim@adhb.govt.nz

About this fellowship:  This is a fully-funded one year Research and Clinical Fellowship position with a 60% Research component and a 30% Clinical component. It is mainly based at Starship Children's Hospital, Auckland and the University of Auckland Faculty of Medicine and Health Science. Starship Children's Hospital is the largest Paediatric hospital in New Zealand and serves as a tertiary referral centre for the country. This Fellowship is suitable for any one of the following four scenarios: a candidate who has completed Otolaryngology sub-speciality training and is seeking second sub-speciality experience; a General Otolaryngologist with a special interest in Paediatric Otolaryngology; a General Otolaryngologist seeking to broaden their paediatric exposure/interest; or an Otolaryngologist with an interest in research with a view to continuing on in an academic career. The Fellow is expected to complete a minimum of two publications during his or her tenure. You are also expected to provide 1:3 call with the senior fellow.
This position may also serve as the first year of a two-year Fellowship to lead in to the Senior Clinical Fellowship at Starship Children's Hospital, particularly if the candidate has had no significant exposure to Paediatric Otolaryngology. The Fellowship thus becomes a two-year position with an emphasis on research in the first year and clinical practice in the second year. In this Fellowship there will be exposure to all aspects of paediatric airway disease, Head and neck surgery, Rhinology and Otology. 
Please send applications with your CV and 3 referees to Dr Murali Mahadevan Fellowship Director, Paediatric ORL, Starship Children's Hospital. muralim@adhb.govt.nz

Applications close 18 months prior to commencement of the fellowship tenure.

 

RHINOLOGY FELLOWSHIP: 

Funded: Yes

A busy clinical fellowship focusing on endoscopic sinus surgery and all its extended applications including DCR, CSF leak repair, pituitary and skull base surgery. Some exposure to rhinoplasty. A proportion of time will be dedicated to research with a view to publication.

Further information regarding this fellowship can be obtained by contacting Prof Richard Douglas by emailing the ORL Department's PA, Caroline Rodrigues at CRodrigues@adhb.govt.nz

 

GENERAL FELLOWSHIP: 

Funded: Yes

Further information regarding this fellowship can be obtained by contacting Mr Zahoor Ahmad, zahmad@middlemore.co.nz

There is no vacancy for this position until July 2018; applicants for 2018-19 and beyond only.