Registrar – Sexual Health
Part time 0.5 FTE
Commence December 2020
We are seeking a registrar with relevant experience in sexual health to join our dedicated multi-disciplinary team. You will gain comprehensive experience in managing a range of sexual-health related conditions and gender-affirming care in a supportive environment with excellent supervision. It is a part time position working agreed regular hours; usually between 8.30 – 5pm Monday – Friday.
Hamilton Sexual Health Service is part of Waikato District Health Board (DHB) and is situated on the Waikato Health campus. The service covers all aspects of sexual health care and is recognised by the Australasian Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine as a training facility. The registrar position is an accredited training position for the RACP, Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine. To be accepted into Advanced Training in Sexual Health Medicine, an applicant must be a registered medical practitioner in Australia or New Zealand and have completed RACP Basic Training Program and success in the Written and Clinical Examinations OR fellowship from another college.
Candidates are to apply online and should attach a cover letter with up to date CV and contact details along with names/contact number of references.
Please note – it is your responsibility to provide three current references. To print off the referee report, please click on the “Reference form” icon below. Please ask your referees to return the completed form to us, or you can attach them to this application.
If you are an overseas doctor would you please visit the Medical Council of New Zealand web site to ensure that your qualifications meet their criteria for registration to practice medicine in New Zealand.
The direct link to their self-assessment page is:
You will need to complete the six questions to ascertain whether or not you are eligible for registration in NZ. If you do not have access to do the self-assessment test on-line you can contact the MCNZ by telephone: +64 4 384 7635.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.