Fellow - Gynaecological Oncology 12 month fixed term basis

  • Auckland District Health Board
  • Auckland, New Zealand
Full time Specialist Position

Job Description

  • Rewarding opportunity to pursue a career in Gynaecological Oncology
  • Largest Gynae-Oncology Service in New Zealand
  • 12 month, Full time fellowship starting February 2022

National Women's Health (NWH) provides subspecialty services in Gynaecological Oncology, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Urogynaecology, and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. The hospital has a close association with the Auckland University Faculty of Health Sciences and has a leading role in research, undergraduate teaching and post graduate training.

The Gynaecological-Oncology team at ADHB leads a regional multidisciplinary service providing comprehensive gynaecological oncology care to patients referred from local and tertiary referrers in the upper third of the North Island, covering a catchment population of 2.5 million.

There is strong collaboration between the Cancer Centre service and regional referring units to ensure all women have equity in access to comprehensive care for Gynae cancer.

We currently have an outstanding opportunity for a Fellow: Gynae Oncology to join our dedicated and values driven team in the Gynae Oncology department on a 12 month fixed term basis. There may be potential to extend to 2 years.

This role provides:

  • The opportunity to develop comprehensive operative and clinical skills in Gynae Oncology
  • Opportunity to contribute to research and audit within the Gynae Oncology team
  • Opportunity to be involved in evidence based teaching of students and hospital staff including RMOs and nurses
  • Opportunity to obtain CQUIP accreditation in colposcopy
  • Opportunity to develop skills in management of complex preinvasive vaginal and vulval disease

The ideal person will:

  • Have current New Zealand Medical Council registration or be eligible to obtain NZMC Registration
  • Be accepted on the RANZCOG CGO subspecialty training programme, with preference given to first year trainees. Non accredited applicants will be considered in the absence of CGO applicants
  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Be a team player
  • Be motivated and willing to contribute to a busy unit
  • Intend to pursue a career in gynaecological oncology

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For more information about this opportunity, please contact Dr Lois Eva, Service Clinical Director – Regional Gynaecology Service, Women’s Health via email: [email protected]

For further information regarding your application please email Yvonne Reyes, Recruitment Consultant via [email protected] and reference job number ADHB9899

If this sounds like you, we would love to receive your application. Please ‘apply now’ below or visit our careers page https://careers.adhb.govt.nz and search ref number ADHB9899 and attach your current CV and cover letter.

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