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Obs / Gyn SHO Jobs in Australia


Exploring Obs / Gyn SHO Jobs in Australia? Get to Know the Market to Get the Work

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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Simple Ways You Can Gain the Upper Hand when Looking for Obs / Gyn SHO Jobs in Australia

As a junior doctor you will be very enthusiastic to advance in your career but with how populated the job market is a lot of doctors can exhaust themselves. You might take this opportunity to try something new that you haven’t considered before like taking a working holiday or making some extra money working as a locum doctor. Because it’s competitive you need to know the best way to get the role you are looking for.

Working in Australia can offer some great lifestyle options with locations in rural and metro areas available to permanent and locum doctors. Quite often most long term locum roles available are located in remote areas where there is a reliance on locum doctors to complete the workforce, but there are short term locum roles available everywhere for Obs / Gyn SHOs. When looking for permanent work there are some great opportunities in the private system where you can earn upwards of double what you might in a similar role in the public system. Find an agency that operates throughout Australia to give yourself the best chance of getting exactly what you want.

1. Explore the market

It can be really important to know what differences there are between the public and private systems, what limitations there are on you and where you can earn the most money.

2. Make sure the hospitals have what they want

You can increase your chances of landing a desirable role by being prompt with any paperwork you need to supply to the hospital including CV and references.

3. Keep an open mind

It’s good to know what you are looking for, but as an Obs / Gyn SHO you will increase your options by being more flexible with what jobs you consider. You may be surprised at what is available to you.

4. Communicate effectively

If there are any changes in your plans you will need to update your Recruitment Specialist as soon as you can to make sure you don’t miss out on your ideal role.

5. Commit to one agency that works for you

You can benefit more from using one agency that you would by joining multiple agencies. This may seem nonsensical but after working with hundreds of hospitals for nearly a decade we have heard the same feedback consistently. Doctors who are presented to a hospital more than once aren’t successful as they are seen as being unreliable. Pick an agency that works for you and not the other way round. An agency with the most job opportunities is essential to maximising your potential and a great reputation amongst doctors can show you who you can trust.

Dr Jacqui Clee MedRecruit Doctor

The three biggest challenges I had were extremely long hours and poor rostering, the hassle of applying for jobs, and I needed more experience. Now, I can choose my hours, I have updated my skills and MedRecruit has provided me much needed support in applying for jobs."

So if You Are Ready To

- Focus on the market of Obs / Gyn SHO Jobs in Australia to better your job chances
- Employ the services of the best fit agency for you
- Get all the support you need including logistics

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