Employment Opportunities

Senior Lecturer & VR General Practitioner

 

  • Salaried Position – Create Certainty in Income

  • Section 19AB Exemption Available

  • Work in a mixed Clinical and Academic Role

  • $300,000 p.a Salary Package

About The Institute of Medical Education

The Institute of Medical Education (IME) is a medical education and training organisation founded and operated by specialist medical practitioners. IME currently provides high-quality medical education products and services on a national basis. 

IME is accredited with the Australian Medical Council (AMC) to conduct PESCI for International Doctors. IME is looking for experienced VR General Practitioners to join our Academic Team for a mixed Academic and Clinical position on the Gold Coast.

Your Role

The candidate should be a Vocationally Registered General Practitioner who wishes to take on the challenge of a unique role that combines GP Clinical Practice with additional Medical Education and Training for medical professionals.

The candidate should have a demonstrated passion for teaching and must be able to utilise their knowledge and skills for the purpose of teaching colleagues and peers. The candidate will also be involved in developing unique academic curriculum that will be delivered through various modalities.

The candidate will be required to provide clinical supervision of registrars and of non-vocationally registered medical practitioners.

The candidate will also provide General Practice services to patients as an integral part of a mixed Clinical / Academic role.  Clinical services will be provided in a team-based, multi-disciplinary environment that focuses on integrated care between specialists, general practitioners and allied health professionals.  Underpinning this care will be integrated models of clinical governance and shared care protocols.

Your Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Medical Education and Teaching

  • Clinical Supervision

  • Comprehensive General Practice Services

Key Selection Criteria

  • Vocationally Registered General Practitioner, ideally with at least 5 years post-Fellowship experience (FRACGP or FACRRM) and Specialist Registration

  • Demonstrated passion for teaching and medical education

  • Sound interpersonal skills and the ability to liaise with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Benefits

  • Total Salary Package of $300,000 per annum including Superannuation

  • Employee Leave Entitlements including paid Annual Leave & Personal/Carer’s Leave

  • Create certainty in your Income in a time of uncertain change

  • Enjoy the benefits of both clinical practice and medical education in a unique role

  • Work as part of a Team rather than as an individual

Please apply via email: applications@imemedical.com

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