Nephrology Jobs In Australia
Due to its highly specializing nature, Nephrologist jobs are highly demanded across Australia and New Zealand. In the past few years, the Australia Government has invested in the research and improvement of kidney dialysis projects, especially in developing the home dialysis facilities, Australia has firmly been recognized as one of the countries with advanced Nephrology and Renal Medicine areas.
As the main authorizing body in Nephrology Australia, the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) is responsible for the training and assessment of doctors who have completed their medical degree and an internship at a hospital. The RACP conducts accreditation of training sites to ensure training posts provide high-quality clinical training by meeting necessary predetermined standards; to facilitate approval of training programs; to provide information to trainees and supervisors regarding facilities for training. Also, the Specialist Advisory Committees (SAC) in Nephrology provides a list of sites that are accredited for core Advanced Training in Nephrology.
Other societies such as the Renal Society of Australasia and the Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology are also welcoming nephrologists and renal medicine physicians to join and attend their regular conferences.
Career Medical Recruitment can offer Nephrology jobs in various locations in Australia including New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, and Tasmania. In addition, vacancies are also available for Renal Medicine doctors and Nephrologists in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington in New Zealand.
In Australia salaries for Nephrologists and Renal Medicine doctors vary. General total remuneration for Nephrologists range from $300,000 to approximately $600,000 in a private hospital environment (this can vary depending on workload and practice size) or $250,000 to $400,000 in a public hospital Medicine department.
Besides both locum and permanent contracts, Career Medical Recruitment helps place Nephrologists and Renal Medicine doctors into all levels within Medicine Departments, positions including:
PHO (Principal House Officer), Registrar, CMO (Career Medical Officer), SMO (Senior Medical Officer) and Consultant Physician (Staff Specialists or FRACP)
In New Zealand
Registrars, MOSS (Medical Officer Specialist Scale) and Consultants (FRACP)
For new opportunities of Nephrologists and other information, feel free to contact our friendly recruitment team today at 02 8234 8989.