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Post in paediatric surgery in Australia

A vacancy for a senior Trainee in paediatric surgery in Australia

Senior Surgical Registrar position available in the Department Of Paediatric And Neonatal Surgery, at the  Royal Childrens Hospital, Melbourne, Australia.

The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne is a leading provider of specialist public health services for children and adolescents and is the major specialist paediatric hospital in Victoria, caring for children from Tasmania and southern New South Wales as well as other states around Australia and overseas. RCH has an international reputation as a centre of clinical excellence and is a state-wide teaching, training and research hospital providing tertiary child and adolescent health services.

Applications are now open for international applicants for the position of Senior Surgical Registrar in the Department of Paediatric and Neonatal Surgery. The position has the opportunity to be involved in a range of paediatric surgical specialities including trauma, burns, urology, oncology hepatobiliary, thoracic and transplant surgery. There is also involvement in general paediatric surgical care including neonatal surgical conditions. Working within one of the busiest paediatric surgical services in Australasia, the role of Senior Surgical Registrar is a demanding one but provides great exposure to a wide variety of paediatric surgical conditions and an opportunity to greatly enhance one’s surgical training. This is a great platform for future paediatric surgeons and urologists.

The position runs from August 2016 to July 2017 and is most suitable for a Senior Trainee, ideally in the year prior to Fellowship examination. Applications close on Friday May 1st 2015. Shortlisted candidates will be subsequently interviewed by video conference.

For a full Position Description and information on how to apply, please see the advertisement on the Royal Children’s Hospital careers website


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