Yes- the Secret is out, working in Australia health practitioners that dream of climatic weather all year round, living by a beach or in our wonderful countryside, securing a future for you and your family, with great remunerations, Australia may be the answer to your prayers.
The cost of living in Australia is lower than in the Northern Hemisphere and in many parts of Asia, so if you are looking at relocating, you’ll experience a very high standard of living.
After receiving from you your medical resume Medical jobs Australia will strive to give a complete package of information depending on your requirements.
Including Australia's Medicare healthcare system details on the
process for obtaining full medical registration and specialist recognition in
Australia, contact with medical boards, professional associations, and
government agencies and available Australian Government programs regarding
rural and regional areas advantages and disadvantages.
Medical jobs Australia can discuss all of these issues when you register with us see below.
Please complete form below or if you have any questions about working in Australia please enquire at..... firstname.lastname@example.org
Doctors and medical practitioners who wish to work in Australia must first be registered with the Medical Board in the State or Territory where they intend to practise.
After the visa is granted, doctors must apply to Medicare Australia for a Medicare Provider Number if they are to work in Australia general practice or will be prescribing drugs.
Medical Jobs Australia will require the following documentation for working in Australia, as we seek a challenging rewarding position for you in your area of expertise.
Curriculum Vitae, medical resume with names and phone numbers of three referees who are prepared to vouch for your medical competency. Of course, written references are best and welcome!
Copy of your current receipt from the National Medical Registration Board (AHPRA), at this point many overseas practitioners will have to complete relevant paperwork which we will supply.
The Hospital Multi Skill self-evaluation form is also available if you intend to do rural work which may require an M.O. and these questions we must consider, do you wish to up skill? what are your limitations?
Keeping in mind it is important not to undertake work which may be beyond your experience and skills.
In countries outside of the British Commonwealth, for instance Korea, an Occupational English test OET including written, reading and verbal must be completed in the nearest test centre to city of residence. This is one of the most important prerequisite to working in Australia.
Note: we will arrange a list of locations in or as close as your present country of residence.
Medical Indemnity insurance indicating the appropriate level of cover for the medical work undertaken.
Signed PED Declaration form.
Note: It is now required under the Child Protection Act that a clearance be given to anyone undertaking any child related work.
Signed Working with Children’s check (WWCC) form in order to enable us to undertake mandatory criminal record checks.
Copy of the front page of your passport or photo driver licence – form of identification.
We require a 100 point identification verification to process the above completed forms.