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ED SHO Jobs in Australia and New Zealand 

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To Get the Work You Want Explore the Market for ED SHO Jobs in Australia and New Zealand First

For a doctor considering work it’s important to understand the market in both the public and
private sectors to give yourself the best chance of getting the work you want.

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5 Easy Measures to Take if Would Like to Have an Edge Over Your Competition for ED SHO Jobs

If you’re going to work in Australasia then you do have options if you would like or try something new for a while. You can earn great money as a locum doctor or maybe take a working holiday although the market is very saturated so you need to recognise the different ways to get the advantage that will help you land your dream job.

Options in Australasia include working in the public or private system in either permanent or locum roles. These could be in remote and metro locations although there are significantly more long term locum roles in rural areas. If you did decide to go down this route you would be limited to locum in a different District Health Board (DHB) if you work in New Zealand or a different state if you work in NSW, QLD or WA in Australia. Alternatively you can work in a private hospital where you could earn upwards of double than you might in an equivalent public sector role. Dependant on which opportunity you decide to pursuit you can maximise your potential by joining an agency that operates all over Australia and New Zealand.

1. Understand supply and demand

It can really help to know exactly where the work is and how much you can earn in different ED SHO roles.

2. Make sure the hospitals have what they want

IDoctors are infamous for not keeping on top of their paperwork, so a great habit to drill in early is to simply make sure the correct paperwork is handed in to the right people.

3. Flexibility is key

It’s absolutely fine to know what you need from your career but as a junior doctor you can give yourself so much more freedom by being flexible with what jobs and locations you are happy to consider. You may be taken aback by what’s available to you.

4. Don’t keep your agency in the dark

Your agency is there to help you so the more they know the better. If there are any changes in your plans its best to be prompt when updating your Recruitment Specialist to make sure you are the first choice for your ideal role.

5. Limit yourself to one agency

It may seem illogical to only use one agency but after interviewing countless hospitals we have learned why this is the only feasible option. Something that we have heard time and time again over the last 10 years is that being registered with multiple agencies can reduce your chances of finding the work you want. The hospitals will often dismiss any applications that they receive several times. It’s believed that if they aren’t loyal to one agency then maybe they can’t be trusted. You must ensure that the one agency you do decide on has the resources and relationships to produce the most opportunities for you as a junior doctor.

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- Put yourself at the front of the line
- Pick the right agency to make it easy
- Understand the market to target your job search

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