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Consultant Haematologist and Research Fellow

Employer
Health New Zealand Counties Manukau
Location
New Zealand (NZ)
Salary
-
Closing date
May 25, 2024

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Sector
Doctors, Hematology
Contract Type
Contract/Freelance
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Clinical Practice
Jobseeker Type
Professional

Two roles available:

  1. Permanent Consultant Haematologist, and
  2. Two-year fixed-term Haematology Research Fellow

Making a difference - it's what you do. But what about what you need?

Like more space, and more to do on your days off - or less. In New Zealand, you've got nature at your fingertips, a team you can count on and a warm welcome. We've got it all covered at Health New Zealand.

As a Consultant Haematologist or Haematology Research Fellow, you’re already making a difference every day, in the lives of patients, their loved ones and the wider communities who benefit from your expertise. We’re looking to fill multiple roles nationwide and offering you the unique opportunity to make a difference, somewhere different.

You’ll provide the highest-quality medical care, surrounded by world-leading technology. Our multi-disciplinary teams work together to drive positive change to improve healthcare outcomes for our communities.

About the Consultant Haematologist and Research Fellow roles

As a consultant haematologist you will be providing a full diagnostic service and treatment for patients with haematological diseases in the Counties Manukau region.  You will be expected to participate in multidisciplinary team meetings and collaborate with other health care professionals to ensure that patients receive optimal care.  There is a strong focus on research and quality improvement, as well as the training of junior medical and nursing staff.  Counties Manukau is home to New Zealand’s most diverse population, so there is plenty of opportunity to deal with complex and challenging clinical issues.

The Research Fellow position is a shared 50% research and 50% clinical role split between Health New Zealand Counties Manukau and Aotearoa Clinical Trials (ACTT).  The postholder will be employed by Health New Zealand Counties Manukau and based at Middlemore Hospital. ACTT is an internationally accredited clinical research site and in collaboration with the Counties Manukau Haematology Department, conducts phase Ib-III interventional clinical trials across the haematological malignancies. The Research Fellow position would be involved in a large range of clinical trials as a sub-investigator, while the successful candidate in the Consultant Haematologist role would have the opportunity to develop their own portfolio of clinical trials in an area of interest.

Both positions are full-time roles from 8.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday. There is an additional on-call roster outside normal hours during the week, at weekends and on public holidays with an expected call frequency of 1:8. 

Being kind, excellent, valuing everyone and doing that together as a team are our core values. We are a proudly a team that values diversity, as we know a diverse and inclusive workforce achieves the best outcomes for our patients and communities. If you share in these core values and bring them into every aspect of your patient care, we’d love to hear from you.

If you would like to discuss this role before you apply, please contact Clinical Head of Department, Sharon Jackson at Sharon.jackson@middlemore.co.nz or James Yallop, Service Manager at james.yallop@middlemore.co.nz.

Where you could work

Discover the vibrant heart of Auckland’s south at Counties Manukau, a diverse and dynamic district known for its unique blend of cultures and community spirit. Positioned amidst some of New Zealand's most stunning landscapes, Counties Manukau offers an enriching lifestyle where the beauty of natural reserves and coastlines is always just a short drive away. Whether it’s exploring the lush Hunua Ranges or enjoying a day at the idyllic beaches of the Manukau Harbour, our region combines the best of urban living and natural wonders. Middlemore Hospital, located in the heart of Counties Manukau, is one of the most important healthcare facilities in New Zealand, boasting over 900 beds and offering comprehensive care, including specialist haematology services. We are at the beginning of an exciting journey of health system reforms that is focused on patient-centered care, achieving equity, and improving outcomes for all.  The Haematology department aspires to be at the forefront of clinical research, as well as providing excellent patient care for our communities, supported by a collegial workforce and a commitment to excellence in the medical field.

Our hospital serves a diverse population of approximately 560,000, providing vital services across all major specialties. We're looking for passionate Haematologists eager to make a difference in a community that values expertise and compassion. You will join a supportive team that values your development, offering abundant opportunities for professional growth through continuous education and involvement in groundbreaking medical research. At Counties Manukau, you'll find more than just a place to work. It’s a place where you can build a fulfilling life thanks to a truly balanced work-life approach enabling you to spend more time with family and explore the great outdoors.  Experience the warmth of our community and the opportunities of a major healthcare hub all in one place. Join us in Counties Manukau, where your skills will impact lives and your personal journey will flourish.

About Health New Zealand

Health New Zealand is the organisation that provides publicly funded universal health care to 5 million Kiwis. We manage all health services provided in New Zealand, including hospital and specialist services, and primary and community care.

We recruit across 19 unique districts within the country, developing and implementing plans based on local needs to improve the health and well-being of our communities.   

We are dedicated to building a team that thrives on diversity and inclusion, welcoming individuals from all walks of life and backgrounds. Our commitment is to both representing and ensuring that every voice is heard, and valued, and contributes to our dynamic and inclusive culture.   

If you’re interested in working in other areas of New Zealand, please contact Jenny Marinis, at Jenny.Marinis@tas.health.nz

Registration information

The ideal applicants for both roles will be eligible for an Annual Practising Certificate with the NZ Medical Council and have subspecialty training in Haematology (FRACP or equivalent).  The Research Fellow position is best suited to an applicant who has recently completed haematology training and is looking to develop further clinical trial skills before taking on a more senior position.  All applicants should have strong communication and interpersonal skills and be committed to continued learning and professional development.

Helping you make the move

Our Candidate Support Team provides one-to-one personalised support throughout your journey to your new home in New Zealand. This includes help with visas and immigration, and, if you’re interested in working elsewhere in New Zealand, matching you to a role in an area of the country that best suits your lifestyle.

If you’re interested in working in other areas of New Zealand,  please contact Jenny Marinis, at Jenny.Marinis@tas.health.nz

For international appointments to the Counties Manukau district, relocation costs will be offered.  For both positions if appointed to Counties Manukau, a relocation allowance reimbursed upon receipts (covers flights for successful applicant and immediate family, shipping of household items, temporary housing upon arrival, and visa) of up to $25,000 for successful applicants from US/Canada or UK/Europe and $10,000 for successful applicants from Australia.  If you are applying from another comparable setting not referenced above, you will be considered for relocation costs.  This relocation allowance is provided by Aotearoa Clinical Trials (ACTT) and is not common policy across New Zealand.

Join us in paradise – apply now! 

If you’re ready to be part of an innovative, progressive, and passionate team while exploring all that our country has to offer, we have the role for you - providing you with the best of both worlds.

It's never been easier to start a new adventure - and we have a team to help you every step of the way.

Come on over to New Zealand, and make a difference, somewhere different.

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