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Explore the Obs / Gyn SHO Jobs Market to Figure Out How to Get the Roles You Want


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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How to Give Yourself an Advantage in the Obs / Gyn SHO Jobs Market

It’s a great time for you as an Obs / Gyn SHO to take control of your career and to push yourself to be the best doctor you can be. Some junior doctors have found this stage of their career to be exhausting so often take some time out to try something new such as locuming or working abroad. You have to acknowledge how competitive the market can be for junior doctors and how you can best give yourself an advantage to get the work you’re interested in.

Whether you choose Australia or New Zealand there is a bounty of opportunity in permanent and locum roles available in metro and rural areas. There are great lifestyle choices available to you with about 115,000 already enjoying the benefits of working in Australasia. While short term locum work is available everywhere, there are more opportunities to locum long term in rural areas as the hospitals in these areas often rely on locum doctors to sustain the workforce. There are plenty of opportunities if you know where and how to look, but you can improve your chances of finding the work you want by choosing an agency that covers all areas of Australia and New Zealand.

1. Recognise the dynamics of the Obs / Gyn SHO job market

It’s important that you know where the work is that you want, what differences there are between the public and private systems and where you can earn the most.

2. Keep your paperwork organised

When applying for jobs you will be required to have a CV and references. If you can be prompt when supplying these documents you are giving yourself a head start over the less prepared applicants who may take a few weeks.

3. Open to being flexible

There is no need to sacrifice what you need from your career but if you can be flexible with some aspects of the work you take then you will have a lot more options available to you as an Obs / Gyn SHO.

4. Communicate with your agency

Whenever your plans and circumstances change its best to let your Recruitment Specialist as soon as you can to ensure you don’t miss out on a great opportunity.

5. Commit to one agency

Its best to do your research up front to find which agency has the best chance of finding you the work you want. You should see what agencies other doctors recommend and also have a quick search on their websites to see who has the most roles currently available. You may think that joining a few agencies will increase your chances but you would be wrong. Hospitals often tell us that doctors presented to them more than once will not be hired due to a lack of loyalty.

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- Further explore the market for Obs / Gyn SHO Jobs to enhance your job search
- Select the best agency for you
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