General Surgery - Breast & Endocine Surgery (BES) Fellow
Applications close 30 November 2016
The BES unit is a busy specialist unit within the Department of General Surgery. The unit specialises in endocrine surgery and breast surgery.
The unit consists of a Registrar, Resident and Intern supervised by experienced consultants, dedicated to teaching and research, and has a large operating list each week.
The fellow would expect to be exposed to a range of complex surgery and the position will also involve a substantial clinical workload in a dedicated outpatients, and weekly multidisciplinary meetings. The successful applicant should expect to participate in the unit’s active clinical research programs and initiate clinical/collaborative research studies.
Applicants should hold, or expect to hold at the commencement of the fellowship, a FRACS or equivalent, and should be eligible for registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Find out more about the position by reviewing the job description.
For more information, contact:
Prof Jonathan Serpell
Professor of General Surgery/Unit Director, Breast/Endocrine and General Surgery
(03) 9076 3290
1. Organise referees and CV
Before you apply online, make sure you:
- Send the HMO & Registrar Referee Form to your three referees
- Have your Curriculum Vitae (CV) and cover letter ready for upload during online application.
All referees must be at consultant level. Registrars will not be accepted.
You or your referees need to email the completed referral forms by the due date to Medical Workforce Unit firstname.lastname@example.org
2: Apply online
Select Apply now. Complete and submit the Alfred Health application form online, together with your cover letter and your Curriculum Vitae (CV).
3: Be available for interview
Only applicants who have been selected for an interview will receive an email to book an interview time.
Applications will be reviewed as they are received and positions may be offered before the closing date.