Dunedin Hospital is seeking applicants for the position of Senior ED Registrar. Dunedin City in the South Island of New Zealand is a fantastic place to live. The city nestles into hills surrounding a picturesque harbour. Dunedin is known as the ‘Wildlife Capital of New Zealand’ and is famous for its beaches, penguins and sea lions. New Zealand’s oldest university and medical school are both located in Dunedin. Twenty five thousand students add to the flavour of Dunedin city. The Role The Dunedin ED Senior Registrar position is possibly the best ED Registrar position in New Zealand. Three twelve month positions are available. Senior Registrar one and Senior Registrar two alternate weeks in ED and Anaesthetics. These positions count for six months each of ACEM advanced training time. The ED component of the Senior Registrar one and two positions consists of four shifts per week; two where the Senior Registrar supervises the shift (supported by an ED Consultant) and two where the Senior Registrar is the second senior on shift. There are no nights and no on-call obligations. The Anaesthetics component consists of five days per week of anaesthetics in a supernumerary capacity, which provides a degree of freedom to choose airway focused lists. The third Senior Registrar position is entirely ED based. This position is largely the same as the ED component of the Senior Registrar one and two positions and provides ample opportunity for developing ED special interests. Special interest opportunities in Dunedin include: simulation, toxicology and research. Dunedin ED is accredited for rural/regional training and is a great place to meet the mandatory six months of rural training time. Senior Registrar one and two positions are ideal for ACEM advanced trainees who need airway time. The third Senior Registrar position is better suited to an advanced trainee who has already met the ACEM airway job requirements. All Senior Registrar positions are highly conducive to Fellowship exam preparation. Dunedin Hospital has an active Fellowship exam preparation process and an ACEM examiner, and previous Fellowship candidates have had an excellent first attempt pass rate. So, if you are an advanced trainee working towards the Fellowship exam, and you feel like living in a vibrant and scenic city with fantastic outdoor opportunities, then please contact us. Consideration will also be given to suitable applicants who are senior trainees in the Rural Hospital Medicine training program. The Hospital Dunedin Hospital is a tertiary level hospital of 350 beds and is located in the city centre. The Emergency Department sees 47,000 patients per year. Patient mix is broad and a full range of trauma, medical, surgical, paediatric and minor presentations are seen on a regular basis. Senior support is excellent, with one of the highest Consultant to Registrar ratios in the country. Registrars work on average approximately four days per week. Requirements If you are an advanced trainee working towards the Fellowship exam, and you feel like living in a vibrant and scenic city with fantastic outdoor opportunities, then please contact us. Consideration will also be given to suitable applicants who are senior trainees in the Rural Hospital Medicine training program. You must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand and be eligible for general or provisional general registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand. You can check your eligibility for registration by visiting the Council’s website at . A current CV and cover letter. Contact details for 3 Consultants we may contact directly for references. These Consultants will have supervised your day-to-day clinical work and one of the referees provided must be from your current or most recent employer. Please ensure you advise your referees of their nomination so they are aware they will be contacted by the Southern DHB. Candidates who are not currently registered with the New Zealand Medical Council should be aware that it is a requirement of the NZ Medical Council that your qualifications are approved through EPIC. If you have a commitment to working in New Zealand it is highly recommended that you start this process as soon as possible so as to allow your subsequent registration to be undertaken in a timely fashion. For more information, please visit MCNZ website re EPIC Credentialing. About Southern DHB Southern DHB has the largest regional coverage of all the New Zealand health boards, providing services to 350,000 people in diverse communities across a huge geographical area. We take pride in all the services we provide and our aim is to improve, promote and protect the health of our region. We believe that our dedicated and passionate staff are a significant driving force behind the achievement of these standards, and we need more like-minded people to help us continue providing for our community. Now is also a great time to relocate to Southern if you were considering a move. The Southern district offers the benefits of excellent amenities, first class primary through to tertiary education and outstanding recreational opportunities. Whether it is surfing, kayaking, or sailing; skiing, hunting or fishing; theatre, live-music or art – there’s literally something for everyone. Why don’t you check out https://careers.southernhealth.nz/ for what the region and we can offer you and your whanau. Do you currently work for Southern DHB? If so, please apply for this role via the internal careers site.