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RMO vacancies

 

The RMO unit advertise all vacancies via our Careers website.

We have made job seeking easier for you by allowing you to receive ‘Job Alerts’ by email. Simply complete the registration process, and then select ‘Job Alerts’. You can then actively manage these alerts by tailoring your criteria for roles that you are interested in.

Upon registering on our careers page, we would recommend that you use a personal email address and avoid using a work or student email as these can change frequently. You are able to update your email address, along with any personal details in future should they change.

It is vital that you upload your CV and cover letter at the time of your application. Your CV is particularly important when applying for roles and we would recommend you check out our advice on ‘Applying for roles’.

 

Specialties


Anaesthetics

The department covers Hutt Valley, Kenepuru and Wellington Regional Hospitals.

Four (4) House Officers rotate through the department in Wellington, each spending 3 months there. These opportunities are highly competitive and are only available to PGY2 House Officers.

The department also offers Senior House Officer and Registrar positions, right through to Provisional Fellowship positions for trainees in their last year.


Dental

Hutt Valley Hospital and Wellington Regional Hospital run their own interview process via the Dental Colleges annual recruitment. There are 4 House Officers employed at both sites to assist with training following graduation.


Emergency Medicine

We have Emergency Medicine House Officer allocations at Wairarapa and Wellington Regional Hospital. These opportunities are highly competitive and are only available to PGY2 House Officers.

Hutt Valley and Wellington Regional Hospital offers designated Senior House Officer and Registrar positions that sit solely within the department. Rotating every 6 months, you will work across Wellington and Hutt Valley DHBs.


House Officer

Our House Officers rotate across all specialties in Wairarapa, Hutt Valley, Kenepuru and Wellington Regional Hospitals which means they are not allocated to a single department. These are much different to our designated Senior House Officer positions (where you are aligned to a single department), so you will have the opportunity to try several specialties before you decide on your training pathway.

We receive our first year graduates via The Advance Employment Choice (ACE) programme.

ED & Anaesthetic runs are highly competitive and are run through an interview process. These positions are also typically filled by PGY2 House Officers.

We have 127 House Officer allocations in the Region.


Intensive Care

The Intensive Care Unit at Wellington Regional Hospital is highly sought after. There are limited Registrar opportunities but the department is growing. If you’re after time in ICU for training in other specialites, the department also receives rotating staff from Anaesthetics, ED, Medicine and Surgery.


Medicine

Rotations exist across Wairarapa, Hutt Valley, Kenepuru and Wellington Regional Hospitals.

The service provides allocations in General Medicine, Cardiology, Haematology, Medical Oncology and Palliative Care, Infectious Disease and Microbiology, Endocrine, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Renal, Respiratory, Intensive Care and Relief.


Mental Health

Rotations exist across Wairarapa, Hutt Valley, Kenepuru and Wellington Regional Hospitals.

We have Mental Health House Officer allocations at Hutt Valley, Kenepuru and Wellington Regional Hospitals.

For more information, click on http://www.mhaids.health.nz/


Obstetrics & Gynaecology

We have Obstetrics & Gynaecology (O&G) House Officer allocations at Wairarapa, Hutt Valley and Wellington Regional Hospitals.

Hutt Valley and Wellington Regional Hospitals offer designated Senior House Officer and Registrar positions that sit solely within the department. Rotating every 6 months, you will work across Wellington and Hutt Valley DHBs.


Paediatrics

We have Paediatric House Officer allocations at Wairarapa, Hutt Valley and Wellington Regional Hospitals.

Hutt Valley and Wellington Regional Hospitals offer designated Senior House Officer and Registrar positions that sit solely within the department. Rotating every 6 months, you will work across Wellington and Hutt Valley DHBs.


Pathology

This department employs trainees who are on the College Training pathway.


Radiology

This department employs trainees who are on the College Training pathway.


Radiation Oncology

There is an opportunity for a Non-Trainee to gain exposure in this department. Outside of this non-training positions, the department employs trainees who are allocated via the College Training process.


Surgery

Rotations exist across Wairarapa, Hutt Valley, Kenepuru and Wellington Regional Hospitals.

The service provides allocations in Vascular, General and Paediatric Surgery, Cardiothoracic, Neurosurger, Urology, Otolaryngology, Orthopaedics and Relief in General, Sup-specs, Urology/Oto and Orthopaedics.

Hutt Valley is the only Hospital in the Wellington Region that offers Plastics.

Last updated 18 June 2018.