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Alfred Health offer extensive training opportunities in General Surgery and Specialty Surgery. We provide PGY3 and PGY3+ rotations which are all accredited by the Royal Australian College of Surgeons (RACS).
We will assist in tailoring a training and rotational program that meets the specific RACS requirements for entry to the SET program you intend to apply to. All surgical trainees have access to a full range of mandatory and recommended surgery rotations as well as Emergency and HDU. We provide a supportive environment where training and learning is encouraged, and consultant surgeons are available to teach and advise.
Our range of surgery rotations are also ideal for prospective Radiology and Critical Care trainees where a surgical background can be beneficial.
PROSPECTIVE SET TRAINEES:
Each specialty college has a slightly different process for selecting and allocating SET trainees. All information relating to the SET selection process can be found on the RACS website at http://www.surgeons.org
All SET applicants, no matter which allocation process the specialty college uses, must apply to Alfred Health for a PGY3+ Surgery position if you wish to be considered for employment at Alfred Health in 2016.
Our selection process will have concluded prior to all of the SET positions being offered. If your SET application is unsuccessful, and you have not applied, we will not be able to consider you for a position.
PGY4 AND ABOVE:
For applicants who are PGY4 or above 6 month rotations may be available in selected specialties:
* Please note: the above rotations are subject to change.
- Cardiothoracic Surgery
- General Surgery (Alfred / Cabrini)
- Orthopaedics (Alfred / Sandringham / Mildura)
What do we look for in a potential Alfred Health employee?
The ideal Alfred Health HMO candidate is one who:
- Has an expressed and demonstrated desire to train at Alfred Health;
- Demonstrates academic, clinical and personal traits that Alfred Health would see as desirable in a potential employee / trainee.
We are looking for good people as well as potentially good clinicians. The more developed, mature and rounded a trainee is the better they will do at a complex health service.
We will select candidates who display or demonstrate:
Evidence of the ability to work within a team;
A holistic approach to patient care with appreciation of the multidisciplinary
and interdisciplinary nature of patient care;
Well developed interpersonal skills;
Maturity evidenced through leadership roles or other activities (including non-medical);
Good theoretical knowledge;
Evidence of interest in academic pursuits including research.
What should I include in my Alfred Health application?
Your Curriculum Vitae: Must include the following information:
- Employment history - hospital/s, dates;
- Clinical history - rotations including rotations planned to end of current clinical year;
- Research / Presentations / Publications;
- University degrees;
- Academic history including prizes, awards;
- Extracurricular activities;
- College registration status.
Your Cover Letter: Should include the following information:
- Motivation / reasons for applying to Alfred Health;
- Particular skills and attributes you feel you would bring to the position and how you feel they relate to the skills and attributes of a good HMO;
- Long term professional goals;
- Can be addressed to Mrs V Tighe, Medical Workforce Unit, The Alfred.
How is your application assessed and ranked?
All HMO applications are assessed by a panel for eligibility.
The panel considers:
1. Curriculum Vitae Information and Cover letter
- Clinical Experience
- Academic & Scholarly pursuits
- Communication/Teamwork & Maturity
- Interest in Alfred Health
- Knowledge of Alfred Health ie.how a candidate fits with the working culture
2. Referee Ratings and Comments
- All eligible candidates will be interviewed by an interview / selection panel.
- The combination of initial assessment score plus interview outcome will determine the final ranking.
Alfred Health offers a limited opportunity for secondment to positions linked with The Centre for Human Anatomy Education at Monash University (maximum two people in each Semester).
Additional information relating to the Anatomy Demonstrating position duties are available from Prof. Paul McMenamin at Monash University (firstname.lastname@example.org). All other enquiries in relation to this position must be directed to the Medical Workforce Unit at: email@example.com.
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APPLICATIONS FOR PGY3+ SURGICAL POSITIONS
CLOSED - 5th JULY 2015
05/07/2015: Applications Close
14/07/2015: Interviews (for ~3 weeks)
01/02/2016: Start Date
PLEASE NOTE - ALL Applications MUST be ONLINE