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Job Title : 2022 Wa Intern

STATE GOVERNMENT OF WA - Perth, WA

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JOB DESCRIPTION

2022 WA Intern

Salary: Intern $79, 479 Department of Health, AMA Industrial Agreement 2016 - Medical Practitioners
Location: Various
Work Type: Fixed Term - Full Time
Position No: Pool Ref Intern 2022
Closing Date: 2021-06-03 12:00 PM
Attachments: - 2022 WA Intern Application Guide.pdf
- 2022 WA Intern JDF.pdf

OTHER CONDITIONS:
The full-time annual base salary rate for an Intern is $79,479 (base salary) in addition to $5,742 (for Professional Development Allowance) in the WA Health System - Medical Practitioners - AMA Industrial Agreement 2016, the St John of God Health Care - AMA WA - Medical Practitioners Enterprise Agreement 2016 (St John of God Midland Hospital) and the Medical Practitioners Award 2020 (Joondalup Health Campus).

Interns shall be appointed on a fixed-term, full time contract with WA Health Service or Joondalup Health Campus for three years (subject to visa requirements). Interns at St John of God Midland Hospital will be offered a contract with St John of God Health Care for two years (subject to visa requirements).

Interns can preference the following as their Primary Employing Health Service:
• Fiona Stanley Hospital
• Joondalup Health Campus
• Royal Perth Hospital
• Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
• St John of God Midland Hospital, or
• WA Country Health Service - (Albany Health Campus, Broome Regional Hospital or Bunbury Hospital).

SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY STATEMENT:
All participating health services are committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination in the provision of our services. We embrace diversity and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities.

WA Health Services support flexible working practices within the context of a quality health service. The WA health system is committed to a smoke-free environment across all buildings, grounds and vehicles.

The WA health system is committed to growing the Aboriginal workforce as a part of WA Health's Aboriginal Workforce Policy. As a measure to achieve equality, Section 51 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 applies to this position. Aboriginal people are encouraged to apply.

ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY:
To be considered for a 2022 WA Intern position applicants must:

• Submit a complete application prior to the closing deadline, demonstrating they meet the essential selection criteria.
• Graduate from an Australian Medical Council accredited medical school.
• Not have commenced or completed an internship nor been registered or worked as a medical practitioner, either in Australia or overseas.
• Be registrable with the Medical Board of Australia.
• Be eligible to work in Australia.

See the Intern Application Guide for more details.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
WA Health Service and Joondalup Health Campus offer three year contracts, and St John of God Health Care; two years (subject to visa requirements).

To fulfil training requirements, metropolitan based Interns have the opportunity to undertake rotations at a variety of metropolitan, rural or remote sites (see application guide for details).

The position will provide successful applicants the opportunity to complete an internship compliant with the requirements of the Medical Board of Australia registration standard "Granting general registration as a medical practitioner to Australian and New Zealand medical graduates on completion of intern training". The position will require appointed candidates to perform satisfactorily under supervision in a range of accredited terms and complete the mandatory experience outlined in the registration standard.

Interns are required to perform satisfactorily under supervision in the following terms:

• A term of at least 8 weeks that provides experience in emergency medical care
• A term of at least 10 weeks that provides experience in medicine
• A term of at least 10 weeks that provides experience in surgery
• A range of other approved terms to make up 12 months (minimum of 47 weeks full time equivalent service).

All term rotations are accredited by the Postgraduate Medical Council of Western Australia (PMCWA) against approved accreditation standards for Intern training, and include the above experience.

SELECTION CRITERIA:
Please see the attached Job Description Form.

APPOINTMENT PREREQUISITES:
Please see the attached Job Description Form.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Refer to the 2022 WA Intern Application Guide on important information and advice on how to apply. Copies are attached to this advertisement and available on the PMCWA website.

Applicants must create a profile and apply online via MedJobsWA (Applicants must have a current, valid personal email address in order to apply online - all communication will be via this email. Do not use your student email). Applicants are required to attach:

1. Statement addressing selection criteria (up to 500 words each for criteria 2, 3 and 4).
2. Curriculum Vitae/resume (maximum of three single-sided A4 pages).
3. Cover letter (optional - maximum of one single-sided A4 page)
4. Evidence of citizenship/residency status (e.g. passport, birth certificate or citizenship certificate).
5. Current or most recent visa (if applicable).
6. Recent official academic transcript of medical degree (scanned or photo).
7. Verification of year 12 completion in WA (if applicable - applies to Australian citizens or permanent residents or New Zealand citizens who completed year 12 in WA and are graduating from a non-WA medical school).
8. Copy of IELTS, OET, PTE Academic, TOEFL iBT, NZREX or PLAB examination results or other accepted evidence as specified by the Medical Board's English language skills registration standard (if applicable - refer to the Medical Board of Australia's English language skills registration standard - medical for further information)

The MedJobsWA application may take up to an hour to complete and submit. It is recommended that applicants have all attachments ready before commencing their online application and submit the application before the closing date and time.

Incomplete applications can be saved and edited at any time until the closing date and time. Saved applications are not automatically submitted.

To apply for this vacancy now, please click 'Apply Now'.

FURTHER INFORMATION:
For further information regarding the application process, refer to PMCWA's website: www.pmcwa.org.au
For queries, please contact PMCWA at pmcwa@health.wa.gov.au
For technical difficulties, please contact medjobswa@health.wa.gov.au

APPLICANTS MUST ENSURE THAT THEIR APPLICATION AND ATTACHMENTS ARE RECEIVED IN FULL USING THE METHOD OUTLINED IN THE ADVERTISEMENT AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS PRIOR TO THE CLOSING DATE AND TIME. EMAILED APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

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