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  • 4 Jun 2024 12:19 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    A number of Fellow roles will be available at The Alfred in February 2025

    Applications close 30 June 2024

    Fellowships in Cellular Therapy x 3 - enquiries to andrew.spencer@monash.edu

    Fellowship in Myeloma x 1 - enquiries to andrew.spencer@monash.edu

    Fellowship in Lymphoma x 1 - enquiries to constantine.tam@alfred.org.au

    Fellowship in Leukaemia x 1 - enquiries to S.Fleming2@alfred.org.au

  • 30 May 2024 10:39 AM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Fractional Specialist Haematologist
    Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre (BRICC) and Stawell 
    19 hrs per week; 0.5 FTE – 0.3 FTE BRICC and 0.2 FTE Stawell

    Applications close 23 June 2024

    About Grampians Health

    Grampians Health was established 1 November 2021, bringing together Edenhope and District Memorial Hospital, Stawell Regional Health, Wimmera Health Care Group and Ballarat Health Services to deliver safe, sustainable, healthcare tailored to changing workforce and community needs, for the long term.

    This partnership follows years of strong collaboration and close partnerships between the four health services. Together, we will deliver better healthcare, enhance services and advance careers, closer to home, now and into the future.

    A career with Grampians Health means you are connected and are part of a team providing quality healthcare to rural and regional communities. Our communities are diverse, as is our workforce, with expert clinical staff from across the world choosing to live and work in our beautiful region. Grampians Health provides acute, maternity, mental health, allied health, aged care, administration and support services.  This means your career will be as diverse and rewarding as you strive to be.

    About the role

    Applications are sought from suitably qualified Haematologist for the position of Fractional Specialist Consultant Haematologist at Grampians Health Ballarat. This position is located within the Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre (BRICC) and is available to commence in July 2024. This particular post is available as a response to the growth in the haematology service, and specifically establishment of Haematology as a separate specialty unit within Grampians Health.

    The successful applicant will be an outstanding clinician, demonstrate an exceptional track record as a haematologist and communicator and provide a high-level knowledge of the haematology service where evidence-based clinical approaches are fundamental to the delivery of services.  

    An opportunity also exists for the applicant to consider a fortnightly outreach clinic in Horsham.

    The BRICC is located in the Ballarat Base Hospital, the largest regional hospital in the Grampians region. It is the principal referral hospital for the entire region, which extends from Bacchus Marsh on the outskirts of Melbourne to the South Australian border, an area of ~48,000 square kilometres.
    The BRICC delivers a multi-modality oncology service - from state-of-the-art radiotherapy and chemotherapy (including outreach), comprehensive allied health and supportive care, research and clinical trials to a vibrant Wellness Centre offering a full suite of complementary therapies.

    The haematology service is expanding, currently supported by five staff haematologists. The inpatient team is supported by an Advanced Trainee, BPT registrar and HMO. The service is well supported by the medical oncology team which currently comprises 5 full time and 5 visiting medical oncologists. The medical oncology training program includes two advanced trainee oncology registrars, a clinical oncology Fellow, as well as basic trainee medical registrars and medical residents.

    We work closely with the Radiation Oncology Unit (BAROC), Palliative Care (outstanding inpatient palliative care facility "Gandarra"), haematology inpatient services (ward 4 south) and the onsite satellite pharmacy.  The oncology unit supports 3 outreach consultation and treatment services at Stawell, Horsham and Maryborough with referrals from these services for haematological conditions.  

    This role is suited to a clinical haematologist wishing to contribute to a growing and vibrant service and an aspirational professional driven by career, community and contribution. An attractive remuneration package is attached to this role. 

    Skills and experience

    • Registration or eligibility for registration with the Medical Board of Australia
    • Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians or equivalent
    • AHPRA registration

    Grampians Health Culture & Benefits

    At Grampians Health, we recognise our staff are our greatest asset.  We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our staff, patients, residents, visitors, volunteers and contractors at all sites.

    • Flexible work arrangements and purchase leave opportunities
    • Salary packaging for living expenses such as rent/mortgage plus meals, entertainment & holidays
    • Discounted on-site parking & access to discounted health club membership
    • Staff rewards and recognition programs

    How to apply

    Contact Dr David Langsford, Clinical Director of Medical Services Director of Physician Education, Nephrologist, Obstetric Medicine Physician on david.langsford@gh.org.au or Dr Swe Myo Htet, Fractional Specialist Haematologist on swe.htet@bhs.org.au for a confidential discussion.

    All appointments are subject to a satisfactory police records check, immunisation clearance and Working with Children check and/or NDIS Worker Screening Check.

    All employees must be willing and able to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when required, which at a minimum is a surgical mask.  Additional PPE requirements are role-dependent.

    Grampians Health is a child safe organisation, committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. Grampians Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (or questioning), intersex and asexual LGBTQIA+.

  • 29 May 2024 3:32 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Fellows - Special interest in Stem Cell transplant, Leukaemia and Thrombosis

    Applications close 29 June 2024

    • One year fixed term starting in end of January 2025 with focus on Stem Cell Transplant, Leukaemia or Thrombosis
    • Largest teaching hospital in New Zealand with supportive and stimulating atmosphere
    • Internationally recognized Cancer and Blood Service
    • Relocation assistance provided

    Te whiwhinga mahi | The Opportunity

    Auckland District provides a wide range of tertiary and acute services from Auckland City Hospital and Greenlane Clinical Centre. Auckland City Hospital is a major teaching and research centre and has close liaison with the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland.

    Our Clinical Haematology Service provides secondary haematology services to the central Auckland area and tertiary services including treatment of acute leukaemia, high grade lymphoma, myeloma and autologous/allogeneic stem cell transplant for the greater Auckland region (population greater than 1.8 million) and to Waikato, Lakes, Tarawhiti and BOP DHB’s, a total of 2.8 million from all of the referral centres.

    Within the haematology unit there is a well-established stem cell transplant unit which is a FACT accredited transplant and cellular therapy program that provides transplantation and cellular therapy services to the northern half of New Zealand. This unit has 8 full time specialised haematologists and 6 part-time haematologists and dedicated nurse specialists. There is a clinical trials programme within cancer and blood research with supporting clinical research trial coordinators and research nursing staff.

    In this role you will have the opportunity to contribute to the teaching programme for undergraduate students, registrars and hospital staff.

    For further details, please refer to the relevant position description below –

    Clinical Fellow – Haematology (Leukaemia)

    Clinical Fellow – Haematology (Stem Cell Transplant)

    Clinical Fellow – Haematology (Thrombosis)

    For more information about the role, please contact Dr Leanne Berkahn, Medical Lead Haematology, at leanneberk@adhb.govt.nz

    Nga Pūkenga Motuhake | Important Skills

    We are seeking an enthusiastic advanced trainee in haematology who has a specialist interest in Stem Cell transplant or Leukaemia and wishes to increase their knowledge and expertise in one of these areas. As the ideal candidate, you will have relevant training and experience in clinical haematology, and generally be either in the final year of Haematology advanced training or within 5 years of completing FRACP and/or FRCPA training in Haematology. Consideration would be given to physician trainees completing RACP qualifications with applicable experience.

    The successful applicant must be registered or be eligible for general registration as a Medical Officer with the Medical Council of New Zealand. (www.mcnz.org.nz).

    Ko wai mātou | Our Organisation

    We are Te Toka Tumai Auckland, Health New Zealand Te Whatu Ora. We provide health and disability services to more than half a million people living in central Auckland, regional services for Northland and greater Auckland, and specialist national services for the whole of New Zealand. Our main sites are Auckland City Hospital, Greenlane Clinical Centre and Starship Children’s Hospital, located in central Auckland.

    We are part of Health New Zealand - Te Whatu Ora, the overarching organisation for New Zealand’s National Health Service. Te Whatu Ora leads the day-to-day running of the health system, with functions delivered at local, district, regional and national levels.

    We are committed to upholding Te Tiriti o Waitangi and providing culturally safe care. We value role modelling manaakitanga as demonstrated by Ngāti Whātua in the gifting of their whenua on which our hospitals stand. We aspire to having a workforce reflective of the communities we serve and achieving equitable outcomes for all.

    He aha ngā painga o tēnei mahi mōu | Why you will enjoy working here

    We recognise there is more to life than mahi | work, and we encourage and provide access to all our staff several services and benefits to support themselves whilst they are employed within Te Toka Tumai | Auckland DHB.

    For more information on what we offer, please click here.

    Me pēhea te tuku tono | How to apply

    Please submit your application online, outlining your experience and motivation to apply to this role.

    If you have any queries about accessibility, or technical issues with the online process, please contact Jade Cowley, recruitment Consultant at jadec@adhb.govt.nz to discuss how we can best support your application.

    Click here to view details about our recruitment process

  • 27 May 2024 11:59 AM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)
    Research Fellows 2025: Monash Health
    • Myeloid Diseases
    • Lymphoma / Cellular Therapies

    Applications close 9 June 2024

    https://careers.monashhealth.org/job/Clayton-2025-Haematology-Research-Fellow-VIC-3168/1051996666/

    Come and work with our dynamic team of clinicians within a fantastic clinical research / clinical trial setting in Melbourne!  Any enquiries please to:

    A/Prof. Gareth Gregory

    Director of Haematology Clinical Research

    Monash Health

    Gareth.gregory@monashhealth.org

  • 22 May 2024 3:49 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    The department of Haematology at Te Pae Hauora o Ruahine o Tararua | MidCentral have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and enthusiastic Clinical Haematologist!

    Role open until filled

    About the role:

    Due to a retirement within the service, we are looking for an enthusiastic and committed Clinical Haematologist to join an established team of seven Haematologists and four resident medical officers. The position is fulltime permanent and required to participate in a 1 in 8 on call roster. Based in Palmerston North Hospital, there are also clinical responsibilities in one or more of the regions covered by the Regional Cancer Treatment Service. We are ideally looking for someone who has experience and/or a special interest in Haemato-Oncology.

    We actively encourage a work life balance and appreciate flexibility can be important so we are open to discuss options! Whether you are looking for permanent, fixed term or part time positions, we are open to it – please reach out for a confidential chat.

    About our service:

    Te Pae Hauora o Ruahine o Tararua | MidCentral provides Clinical Haematology, Radiation Oncology and Medical Oncology services to the districts that cover the communities of the Manawatū, northern Wairarapa, Hawke's Bay, Whanganui and Taranaki. This is a combined population of 600,000. The service provides inpatient and outpatient haematology care and manages a wide range of haematological conditions including acute leukaemia, lymphoma, autologus stem cell transplantation, plasma exchange, haemostatsis and thrombosis. Inpatient care is delivered at Palmerston North Hospital. Outpatient clinics are run at Palmerston North, Whanganui, Hawera, New Plymouth and Hawkes Bay. The Department maintains an active clinical research portfolio including clinical trials. The service is an approved FRACP training center and undertakes active postgraduate teaching at House Officer, Senior House Officer and Registrar level. Multi-disciplinary case meetings (Tumour Boards) are held locally and regionally.

    About our organisation:

    Te Pae Hauora o Ruahine o Tararua – MidCentral is a 350-bed hospital in the city of Palmerston North, Manawatū, a city in the Lower North Island of New Zealand. Palmerston North Hospital is a secondary hospital and offers most medical and surgical specialties with the exception of Cardiothoracic, Plastic and Neurosurgery. The hospital serves a local population of 180,000 but is the base for a regional head and neck oncology service which has responsibility for a population of 600,000 and draws patients from Whanganui, Taranaki, and Hawke's Bay. Employing over 2500 people, MidCentral offers a supportive work environment that accepts and values all employees. We actively seek Māori kaimahi into our workforce and provide an environment which delivers our commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.

    What can we offer you?

    · A diverse, dynamic and supportive team

    · Opportunity to undertake pathology work with MedLab Central

    · Ongoing training and development opportunities

    · Six weeks annual leave and 10 days CME

    · Opportunities to mentor and develop junior doctors

    · Relocation packages for national and international candidates

    About our region:

    Manawatū is known for its effortless blend of city and rural living; here you can choose your ideal lifestyle, from peaceful rural villages, to bustling townships, or city life. The region includes the charming towns of Feilding, Kimbolton, Āpiti, Himatangi Beach, Linton and Ashhurst to name a few, and at the centre of it all is the city of Palmerston North, the lively, multi-

    cultural heart of Manawatū. Over 120,000 people choose to call Manawatū home, and with a diverse landscape like this it's easy to see why!

    It's a family-friendly place that's easy to live and work, with easy access to an array of outdoor activities – beaches, ski fields, lakes, mountains, as well as fantastic mountain biking and hiking tracks. No traffic and an easy commute to work, really help a with true work-life balance. Our fantastic central location means exploring other parts of New Zealand is easy as a drive or a short flight. We are well served with excellent schooling options, as well as two tertiary institutes – Massey University and the International Pacific College.

    Discover more hidden gems that Manawatū and Palmerston North have to offer here: Manawatū & Palmerston North - Visit | Live | Study | Business (manawatunz.co.nz). Check out our careers site here for more information about Palmerston North hospital.

    Applicants should ideally be Fellows of the Royal College of Physicians of Australasia or equivalent, and eligible for Vocational Registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand.

    If you are interested in discussing these opportunities, please do not hesitate to reach out for a chat! You can connect with our Medical Lead Bart Baker bart.baker@midcentraldhb.govt.nz or SMO Recruitment Specialist Denella Statham – denella.statham@midcentraldhb.govt.nz


  • 14 May 2024 9:12 AM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Fellow in Haematology - Royal Perth Hospital

    Position closes 12 June 2024

    An opportunity is available at Royal Perth Hospital (RPH) for Fellow / Senior Registrar in clinical and laboratory haematology available from February 2025 until January 2026.

    The position is suitable for trainees who have completed or are completing RACP and RACPA joint training in 2024 and wish to develop further expertise in clinical and laboratory haematology as well as options to be involved in research projects currently underway. Applicants must have passed part 1 FRACP.

    The department runs a comprehensive library of clinical trials across the spectrum of haematology malignancies. The clinical trials range from phase 1 to phase 3 including first in- human studies. The department focus is on acute myeloid leukaemia, myeloma and lymphoma and myeloproliferative disorders.

    A Cellular Therapy Program is underway with Cell and Tissue Therapies of Western Australia (CTTWA) a facility on site at RPH responsible for stem cell processing for autologous stem cell transplants and the development of cellular therapies. The haematology department works closely with CTTWA and is actively involved with a CAR-T cell therapy developmental program using autologous cells and trials of “off the shelf” allogeneic CAR-T cells.

    RPH Haematology Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in translational research projects in collaboration with Professor Wendy Erber and her team at the University of Western Australia. Fellows have recently been successful applicants for research grants looking at:

    • The role of plasma cfDNA (liquid biopsies) in the diagnosis and management of acute myeloid leukaemia and myelodysplastic syndromes.

    • Improving the detection of 17p deletion in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia and multiple myeloma using novel immunoflow-FISH.

    • Platelet transcriptome as novel biomarker in myeloproliferative neoplasms

      There is a significant service commitment shared with advanced trainees in performing and reporting bone marrow biopsies, reporting laboratory results including peripheral bloods and flow cytometry. Clinical responsibilities include rostering to inpatient care, outpatients and the consultative service and an on call commitment.

      This position is a useful steppingstone to a Consultant position. The holder is encouraged to develop a research interest and will be supported by the department to apply for funding for a full time salaried research position in 2026

      Please forward an expression of interest and a CV by Wednesday 12th June 2024 with the names and contact details (email and telephone number) of 3 referees to:

      Professor Michael Leahy
      Head of Haematology,
      Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Western Australia
      michael.leahy@health.wa.gov.au

      +61 438 384 482

    For more information click here

  • 11 May 2024 11:44 AM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Haematology Research Fellow - Haematology Research Department North Shore Hospital

    We are looking for an eager and enthusiastic Haematology Research Fellow to assist and conduct local and international clinical trials, specialising in outpatient phase1,  2 & 3 clinical trials. We are known for our high standards and friendly team.

    Role is open until filled

    Are you enthusiastic, motivated, and have outstanding attention to detail?

    Do you want to be part of an exciting and growing research organisation?

    This is a full-time position (40 hours per week, Mon-Fri). NO SHIFT WORK OR WEEKENDS! One year fixed term contract with focus on Haematology Research. We offer competitive remuneration on an independent contract (4 weeks of Annual leave plus CME)

    We offer flexible employment practices, career and research development and a diverse and inclusive working environment that directly contributes to improving the lives of our patients.

    Some of your responsibilities include:

    •  Ensure that clinical studies are carried out according to International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH), regulatory authorities’ requirements and any other local policies and requirements
    •  Attending patient visits, evaluating treatment per protocol
    • Implementing clinical trial protocols including clinical assessments, diagnostic test ordering and result interpretation, phone triage and liaising with key study and medical personnel, and sponsors.
    • To conduct research projects
    • Keeping up to date with latest research and training.

    You will be able to expand on your relevant training and experience in clinical haematology, and generally be either in the final year of Haematology advanced training or within 5 years of completing FRACP and/or FRCPA training in Haematology. Consideration would be given to physician trainees completing RACP qualifications with applicable experience.

    Please note, you must be registered or be eligible for general registration as a Medical Officer with the Medical Council of New Zealand. You will be required to provide source verification of your qualifications for your registration application. For more information about the registration process and source verification of qualifications, please visit www.mcnz.org.nz

    For more information please contact:

    Francisca Reed
    Tel +64 9 486 8920 ext 49725
    email
    francisca.reed@waitematadhb.govt.nz or

    Dr Sophie Leitch  sophie.leitch@waitematadhb.govt.nz

    If you have the outlined skills and qualifications, APPLY now.

  • 10 May 2024 1:07 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Position Title: Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) – Clinical Fellow

    2025 Training Year – Full Time / Fixed Term

    Applications close 6 June 2024

    The Royal Melbourne is one of Victoria’s largest hospitals providing a comprehensive range of health services including acute, sub-acute, general, and specialist medical services throughout inpatient and community-based facilities. We are also a proud part of the world-renowned Melbourne Biomedical Precinct, working in collaboration to advance research for continuous improvement of clinical care.

    Unit Description:

    Clinical Haematology is a unified department formed between the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and is the largest haematology service in the country. We provide a publicly funded, evidence-based care for patients with haematologic disorders from across Melbourne and beyond, within eight specialised disease groups, each led by a nationally recognised and experienced clinical leader in their area.  Clinical Haematology is a vibrant multi-disciplinary service providing advanced care and research opportunities in all aspects of haematology.

    About the role:

    We are looking for passionate and dedicated individuals to join our Clinical Haematology team. This is a full-time, 12 month Fixed-Term position, working 86 hours per fortnight, based at The Royal Melbourne Hospital.

     About You:

                   Registration with the Medical Board of Australia (AHPRA) or eligible for registration with the Medical Board of Australia (for international Medical Graduates)

                   MBBS or equivalent tertiary qualifications

                   Post graduate qualifications in haematology (FRACP, FRCPA) or equivalent

                   Have significant experience in haematology, particularly bone marrow transplantation

                   Ability to work in a team

                   Well-developed communication and presentation skills.

     For more information on what we offer please visit

    https://www.thermh.org.au/health-professionals/careers/current-vacancies

    Benefits:

               A Values based organisation offering great prospects for career diversity and professional advancement, including training and research opportunities, and access to mentorship and leadership programs.

               Comprehensive Health & Wellbeing Programs including On-site staff gym, Staff Medical Service, Employee Assistance Program, Peer Support Program - run by our dedicated employees.

               Salary packaging options, discounted onsite car parking, close to public transport.

    Interested?  Position description

    Please submit your application online via https://melbournehealth.mercury.com.au/ApplyForPosition.aspx?id=75656

    Please note the position closes 06.06.2024.

    Find out more about The Royal Melbourne Hospital https://www.thermh.org.au If you have any questions or require more information, connect with us. We look forward to hearing from you.

    The Royal Melbourne Hospital is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and social inclusion.

    All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working with Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment and COVID 19 Vaccination prior to commencement.

    For more information, please contact

    Professor David Ritchie

    Head of Bone Marrow Transplant Service

    David.Ritchie@mh.org.au

  • 10 May 2024 1:00 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Clinical Haematology - Clinical Fellow – Classical Haematology

    2025 Training Year – Full Time – Fixed Term

     Applications close 6 June 2024

    The Royal Melbourne is one of Victoria’s largest hospitals providing a comprehensive range of health services including acute, sub-acute, general, and specialist medical services throughout inpatient and community-based facilities. We are also a proud part of the world-renowned Melbourne Biomedical Precinct, working in collaboration to advance research for continuous improvement of clinical care.

    Unit Description:

    Clinical Haematology is a unified department formed between the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and is the largest haematology service in the country. We provide a publicly funded, evidence-based care for patients with haematologic disorders from across Melbourne and beyond, within eight specialised disease groups, each led by a nationally recognised and experienced clinical leader in their area.  Clinical Haematology is a vibrant multi-disciplinary service providing advanced care and research opportunities in all aspects of haematology.

    About the role:

    We are looking for passionate and dedicated individuals to join our Clinical Haematology team. This is a full-time, 12 month Fixed-Term position, working 86 hours per fortnight, based at The Royal Melbourne Hospital.

    About You:

    • Registration with the Medical Board of Australia (AHPRA) or eligible for registration with the Medical Board of Australia (for international Medical Graduates)
    • MBBS or equivalent tertiary qualifications
    • Post graduate qualifications in haematology (FRACP, FRCPA) or equivalent
    • Have significant experience in haematology, particularly bone marrow transplantation
    • Ability to work in a team
    • Well-developed communication and presentation skills.

     For more information on what we offer please visit

    https://www.thermh.org.au/health-professionals/careers/current-vacancies

     Benefits:

    • A Values based organisation offering great prospects for career diversity and professional advancement, including training and research opportunities, and access to mentorship and leadership programs.
    • Comprehensive Health & Wellbeing Programs including On-site staff gym, Staff Medical Service, Employee Assistance Program, Peer Support Program - run by our dedicated employees.
    • Salary packaging options, discounted onsite car parking, close to public transport.

     Interested?  Job Description

    Please submit your application online via

    https://melbournehealth.mercury.com.au/member/ApplyForPosition.aspx?id=75658

     Please note the position closes 06.06.2024.

    Upload your resume, cover letter and two references.

    Find out more about The Royal Melbourne Hospital https://www.thermh.org.au If you have any questions or require more information, connect with us. We look forward to hearing from you.

    The Royal Melbourne Hospital is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and social inclusion.

    All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working with Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment and COVID 19 Vaccination prior to commencement.

    For more information, please contact

     A/Professor Kylie Mason

    Head of Classical Haematology Service

    Kylie.Mason@mh.org.au

  • 6 May 2024 3:15 PM | Valerie Orton (Administrator)

    Haematologist - Stem Cell Transplant, Te Pūriri o Te Ora Regional Cancer and Blood Service

    • Permanent role or fixed term (up to a year) is available in New Zealand’s largest Stem Cell Transplant and Malignant Haematology Service.
    • Opportunities for research, quality improvement, basic science collaboration, and education 
    • Visa support and relocation assistance provided and organised for you!
    • Based in Auckland, New Zealand
    Applications close:  26 May 2024

    Te whiwhinga mahi | The Opportunity

    Te Pūriri o Te Ora Regional Cancer and Blood Service, based at Auckland City Hospital, is the leading provider of cancer care in the Auckland region, serving a large and varied population of around 1.7 million people.

    As a part of the malignant haematology and stem cell transplant team, you will utilize your skills and experience with a focus on transplant and cellular therapy while having the opportunity to be involved in the full spectrum of haematological cancer care. Your work experience in clinical haematology with sub-speciality experience and research in aspects of general and malignant haematology including the treatment of plasma cell disorders, leukaemia, and stem cell transplantation are keys to your success in this role. However, we would also be interested to have a conversation if you have interests and experience with other sub specialties.

    You will be a part of the malignant Clinical Haematology Service, providing secondary haematology services to the central Auckland area and tertiary services including treatment of acute leukaemia, high grade lymphoma and autologous/allogeneic stem cell transplant for the greater Auckland region (population greater than 1.5 million). The Malignant Haematology service works closely with a well-established thrombosis unit and bleeding disorder program including dedicated haemophilia care, as well as LabPlus who provides integrated and comprehensive laboratory support for the clinical service.

    This service also has an extensive suite of clinical trials (collaborative group, investigator initiated, and pharmaceutical sponsored) as well as excellent links with regional medical and radiation oncology programs.

    In this role, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the teaching programme for undergraduate medical students, registrars and hospital staff. An interest in quality improvement is also valuable supporting this unit’s drive for excellence and continued FACT accreditation. 

    For more information about this role please contact Elizabeth Shaw, Service Clinical Director - Haematology on eshaw@adhb.govt.nz

    We have a permanent role available or if you are just looking for an overseas adventure we have a fixed term role of up to a year available - the choice is yours! 

    Ko wai mātou | Our Organisation

    We are Te Whatu Ora Te Toka Tumai Auckland. We provide health and disability services to more than half a million people living in central Auckland, regional services for Northland and greater Auckland, and specialist national services for the whole of New Zealand. Our main sites are Auckland City Hospital, Greenlane Clinical Centre and Starship Children’s Hospital, located in central Auckland.

    We are part of Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand, the overarching organisation for New Zealand’s National Health Service. Te Whatu Ora leads the day-to-day running of the health system, with functions delivered at local, district, regional and national levels.

    We are committed to upholding Te Tiriti o Waitangi and providing culturally safe care. We value role modelling manaakitanga as demonstrated by Ngāti Whātua in the gifting of their whenua on which our hospitals stand. We aspire to having a workforce reflective of the communities we serve and achieving equitable outcomes for all.

    Nga Pūkenga Motuhake | Important Skills

    To be successful in this role-

    You must have or be eligible for vocational and / or Locum Tenens registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand (www.mcnz.org.nz).

    He aha ngā painga o tēnei mahi mōu | Why you will enjoy working here

    Auckland City boasts world-class shopping, restaurants, 5-star accommodation, wine bars and night clubs, art galleries and cafes. The surrounding Auckland region features vineyards, stunning beaches, pristine rainforest, wildlife encounters, island adventures and endless water activities

    We recognise there is more to life than mahi | work, and we encourage and provide access to all our staff several services and benefits to support themselves whilst they are employed within Te Toka Tumai Auckland.

    For more information on what we offer, please click here.

    Me pēhea te tuku tono | How to apply

    Please submit your application online, outlining your experience and motivation to apply to this role.

    to apply:  https://careers.adhb.govt.nz/health-careers-job-search/details/AUC17720?src=PA-10023

    If you have any queries about accessibility, or technical issues with the online process, please contact Jade Cowley, Recruitment Consultant at jadec@adhb.govt.nz discuss how we can best support your application.

    Click here to view details about our recruitment process

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