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The University of Manitoba and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority are seeking academic physicians interested in an integrated approach to providing superior care, education and research in Anesthesiology.
Winnipeg is the referral centre for the Province of Manitoba and beyond , serving a population of over 1 million people. Winnipeg boasts a low cost ofliving, vibrant cultural scene and a wide variety of recreational activities. Exciting career opportunities are available combining clinical work and non-clinical interests (research, teaching, and administration). Excellent earning potential and advancement opportunity are just some of the benefits.
Candidates must be certified, or eligible for certification, by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba . Faculty on academic tracks may have alternative licensing opportunities. Applications for short and long term opportunities are now being considered. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. We thank all applicants for their interest.
Direct inquiries to: Mrs. Gloria Karsin, Executive Assistant
Department of Anesthesia University of Manitoba AE200, 671 William Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA R3E OZ2
The Gibraltar anaesthetic and intensive care consultant team of seven is expanding. We are looking for 5 trainees/fellows at intermediate to advanced training level to join us at the beginning of September 2017.
Applicants should have had at least 2 years of training in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine as they will be first on call with a consultant 2nd on call from home. They will be primarily responsible for theatres, ICU, obstetrics and emergencies and work a full shift resident rota, leading to an average of 48 hrs. per week.
If you want exposure to working in a remote hospital with one to one consultant supervision then come and enjoy the Gibraltar Life style.
St Bernard’s Hospital is a 140 bed acute hospital serving a patient population of ca. 55,000. There are four theatres, including one in a dedicated Day Case Unit, which offer DGH level ENT, maxillo-facial, general (including colorectal and upper GI), urologic, orthopaedic, trauma, obs & gynae and ophthalmic surgery in addition to a chronic pain list, giving the successful applicant a varied clinical workload. ICU is a well-equipped 12 bedded unit divided for ICU/HDU and CCU. Acute cardiac and neurosurgical patients are transferred to nearby Spain or the UK.
Gibraltar is a British dependency at the southernmost tip of the Iberian Peninsula, easily reached in just over 2 hours (flying time) from the UK. The posts are based at St Bernard’s Hospital, overlooking the Bay and Straits of Gibraltar and North Africa. The Gibraltar Health Service is organised and modelled on the UK NHS and follows traditions of British medical practice. Applicants must therefore be registered with the UK GMC with a licence to practise or alternatively be eligible for registration but must be already registered with a licence to practise upon commencement of employment.
The total remuneration is £70.000 per annum with income tax currently at 20-25% in Gibraltar. The appointment will be for a period of 12 months. Passages are payable in full.
Further information on the duties and responsibilities of the post are available from Dr Anders Svendsen, Clinical Director of Anaesthesia & Critical Care, email: email@example.com .
Application packs and job description may be obtained from the Human Resources Department, Gibraltar Health Authority, 5th Floor, St Bernard’s Hospital, Harbour Views Road or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications must be handed in or received at this address, not later than 1:00pm on Friday 26th May 2017.
Are you looking for that next step in your career?
The Department of Anaesthesia and Pain Management, Capital and Coast District Health Board is seeking applications from Pain Physicians who want to be the next Clinical Leader of our service.
This is a great opportunity to lead from the front and make your mark as Clinical Leader!
Capital and Coast District Health Board's hospitals include Wellington Regional Hospital (servicing a tertiary population of 900,000) and Kenepuru Hospital (a secondary level community hospital). Wellington Regional Hospital is one of the newest hospitals in New Zealand and one of 5 tertiary level teaching hospitals in the country. It is a modern facility with innovative models of care.
The Regional Pain Management Service is a local/ regional inpatient and outpatient service providing care to our patients from a multidisciplinary team. The Department of Pain Management falls within the Department of Anaesthesia and Pain Management Service and incorporates the Acute Pain Management Service comprising specialist nursing and SMOs and Registrars on rotation from the Department of Anaesthesia.
Clinically this role is responsible for ensuring that all steps necessary are taken to assist patients to achieve optimal health, wellbeing and safety through the provision of appropriate assessment, intervention and education. You will work as part of a dedicated and enthusiastic multidisciplinary team comprising other consultants, nurses, psychologists, physiotherapists and occupational therapists.
As the Clinical Leader you would be responsible for building and maintaining effective working relationships between management and clinicians to achieving quality outcomes for patients and efficient functioning of services. This means having close communication, good understanding and solid support from their Executive Clinical Director, Executive Operations Director, Operations Manager and Team Leaders.
The department has an active education programme as a credentialed training site and a first year Pain Fellow will be in training.
Applicants must be fully qualified to practice and have vocational registration, or be eligible for specialist registration, with the Medical Council of New Zealand. They should be a Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (FFPMANZCA) or hold an equivalent qualification.
Wellington is New Zealand's capital, home to the government and a cultural epicentre, renowned for its vibrant cafes and restaurants, regular international sporting and cultural events, a beautiful harbour and nearby vineyards. It's also wonderful place to live and raise a family.
For more on this great opportunity, please contact Dr Derek Snelling, Executive Director, Clinical Derek.Snelling@ccdhb.org.nz
Applications close on Sunday, 2 July 2017.