Monday, 17 October 2016

Defence Force Recruiting,Doctor (Medical Officer)Jobs in Australia

As a fully-qualified doctor - or a student of medicine -  you'll be well aware of the need to understand and respond to a wide variety of medical conditions, along with unexpected situations that may be
outside your experience.
Now imagine the extra dimension the role takes on when your patients are Army personnel and you're working in a field hospital or on an exercise with elite troops. Or if your temporary 'practice' is a community that's been devastated by a natural disaster.
When you step up to the challenge of becoming an Army doctor, you'll work across many disciplines including primary care, occupational medicine, trauma and rehabilitation, sports medicine, public health medicine, tropical medicine, medical administration and population health. The skills you acquire along the way will help you provide the highest standards of medical care, even in  adverse conditions with minimal support and equipment.
In time you may apply for study streams that include orthopaedics and general surgery, emergency medicine, intensive care medicine and anaesthetics; and as an Army Officer you'll learn to be an inspirational leader and mentor.
Few medical positions offer the variety and career opportunities the Army can. Better still, you'll be working for a dynamic and supportive national organisation that offers a great salary, excellent benefits, job security and a broad range of social activities.
So do you think you have the skills and ambition to become an Army Medical Officer? Then apply now.
Life in the Army is rich and rewarding. Ours is a unique environment where you'll amazing experiences such as such as joining humanitarian and peacekeeping operations. Along the way, you'll make friends for life, have access to great sports and leisure facilities, and develop your skills and leadership qualities. 
Pay and Benefits
We'll pay you as you train (and complete your medical degree course if an undergraduate). Then on graduation and completion of military training your starting salary on Medical Level 1 will be at least $90,042 p.a. (including Allowances) plus generous Super. Progression to Medical Level 2 (which can be expected within 12 to 18 months) attracts a substantial increase.
You'll also enjoy:
  • Ongoing investment in your personal and career development,
  • A good work/life balance,
  • Medical and dental cover, and
  • Subsidised accommodation.
Following training in Canberra ACT and Bonegilla VIC, you could be posted to any Army Medical Company, Medical Centre or Military Hospital.
Entry Requirements
This role is open to men and women who are Australian Citizens (or Permanent Residents).
You can enter the Army as a fully-registered medical practitioner, a medical graduate or as a medical undergraduate with fewer than four years left to study. Use the position description link below for full details of the qualifications required.
Additional age, medical and fitness guidelines may also apply.
How to Apply
Click on the APPLY button to submit your application. For more information view the full position description here:

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