|Title:||Specialist Medical Oncologists|
|Employment Type:||Full time|
|Posted:||Apr 22, 2021|
We are inviting applications from Specialist Medical Oncologists with interests in Breast, Genitourinary, Prostrate and Lung cancers to join the team at one of New Zealand’s largest and busiest private surgical and medical hospitals.
Based in Hamilton in the beautiful, family friendly Waikato region, this hospital provides state of the art technology and facilities dedicated to providing the highest quality care with more than 100 specialists.
New Medical Oncology Services Building
In response to consistent growth, this leading regional centre for private oncology surgery, will be opening a brand-new purpose-built Medical Oncology Services Building in May 2021. This will comprise of radiology imaging, consultation rooms and a class leading 13 bay medical oncology suite.
This is an excellent time to join and lead the team.
You will require:
To be eligible for this role you will:
Depending on the specialist this may be a permanent position or has the flexibility to provide the opportunity to start up your own private practice with full support.
Remuneration is negotiable subject to experience.
We welcome international applications – a relocation package will be offered to successful applicant applicants.
For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 673 422.
How to apply:
Simply click on the apply button and complete the short application form and upload a copy of your CV. We’ll be in touch with the next steps! We look forward to hearing from you.
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