Emergency Medicine Registrar
We see over 100,000 patients per year in our Emergency Department! As the tertiary referral centre for trauma in the region, we deal with the full range of medical and surgical problems. Our registrars are supported by a dedicated team of senior nursing staff who provide specialized nursing care, including triaging of all patients entering the system.
- Full-time, Emergency Medicine Registrar
- Commencing February 2022
- Located at Christchurch Hospital, next to the Botanic gardens
What’s in it for me?
- Adopt a generalist skillset covering both medical and surgical arenas
- Work in a supportive team environment
- Accredited with the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) training for two years
Skills and experience:
- You will have completed PGY3 (or FY3) by February 2022
- You will have at least six months' experience in Emergency Medicine
- You will be able to work in a fast-paced environment
- You must be eligible for general or provisional general registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand. You can check your eligibility by visiting the Council’s website at www.mcnz.org.nz
How to apply
If you meet the above criteria, then please click the "apply now" button below.
You will need to submit as follows:
- Electronic copies of your CV and covering letter, and
- Contact details for three referees
For further information, email Kimberley.firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note, applicants will be progressed as they apply.
The role that you are applying for is one that may only be performed by a person who has been vaccinated against Covid-19. It is therefore a condition of this application that you are vaccinated against Covid-19. As a person working in the health and disability sector you will come into contact with a large number of people, some of whom may be vulnerable. Without a vaccine, there is the risk that you may contract Covid-19. The requirement to be vaccinated is to keep you safe and also to endeavour to protect others against the potential transmission of Covid-19 as a result of you contracting it in the course of your employment.