Fractional Staff Specialist - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Part Time position (initial 12 month contract)
9.5 hours - 25.25 hours per week available
The maternity service at Ballarat Health is the birthplace for approximately 1500 births annually and is a level 5 service in the Victorian Maternity Services Capability Framework. Our maternity service cares for women birthing from 32 weeks and 1300g and is supported by our Special Care Nursery, excellent Anaesthetic and Emergency Department support and a 24 hour Intensive Care Unit. There is support also from urogynaecology and gynaecology oncology subspecialists.
The currently advertised position is initially part time (minimum 9.5 hrs per week) for 12 months , negotiable for ongoing work. Payment is at the AMA award rate as per the AMA EBA 2018 including access to CME and hospital phone payment.
Hospital accommodation is provided for short term settling, and access to hospital car and/or carpark. Staff benefits at Ballarat Health include salary packaging, staff health and wellbeing program, employee assistance program, free immunisations, senior medical staff group and free fetal surveillance workshops for staff available multiple times per year on site.
The successful applicant would work in all areas of inpatient and outpatient obstetrics and gynaecology services on a rotating basis. The successful applicant is required to do on call overnight general obstetrics and gynaecology on a rotating basis. The unit is well supported by an experienced team of eleven Obstetrician Gynaecologists, seven registrars and six junior Hospital Medical Officers.
Further information contact Head of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Ballarat Health Services, Dr Natasha Frawley: [email protected] , 0437 211 635.
All applications must be submitted on line.
All appointments are subject to a satisfactory Police Records Check and Immunisation Clearance.
Ballarat Health Services is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people.