NZSOHNS

Dunedin

GENERAL FELLOWSHIP: 

DUNEDIN PUBLIC HOSPITAL (1 POSITION)

Funded: Yes

Dunedin ENT Fellowship position (1 year) - commencement July 2018

Applications for the July 2018 post will open from the 1st January 2017.
Applications can be made by email: Martyn.Fields@southerndhb.govt.nz and should include a full CV and the names, contact details & e-mail addresses of 2 current referees.

The post is for 1 year and usually runs from July to July.
The post is suitable for trainees towards the end of their specialist surgical training in Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery.

The successful applicant will have to be eligible for & gain temporary registration with the New Zealand Medical Council. Please check that you have the required eligibility before applying. Further information is available from the NZMC website: https://www.mcnz.org.nz/home/doctors-wanting-to-practise-in-new-zealand/

In general: a primary medical degree or fellowship training in Australia, the UK, Ireland, Canada or the USA is required to be eligible for registration.

The fellowship post is a full time paid position and includes being first on call (1 in 4 roster). This is a general fellowship and usually involves 3 x 4 month rotations through combinations of Head & Neck, Rhinology, Otology, Paediatrics & Laryngology working with 5 consultants based in Dunedin. This can be modified to some degree depending on your sub-specialist interest and service requirements. Operating sessions & clinics also occur in Invercargill & Oamaru. The service also deals with a large number of head & neck skin cancers. 
The department is linked to the University of Otago and the Fellow will have under & post graduate teaching commitments.