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Wards SHO Jobs in Australia and New Zealand

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Learn All About the Wards SHO Jobs Market to Secure the Employment 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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Searching for Wards SHO Jobs? Here are 5 Easy Ways You Can Give Yourself the Upper Hand

As a young doctor you will find that the job market for SHOs is extremely crowded so it’s a good idea to really focus on your career, however many junior doctors can become fatigued and will take a break. You have loads of options from taking a working holiday or trying something new, but a popular choice for doctors is to earn some extra money working as a locum doctor. You must remember that the market is still very competitive so you need to ensure that you understand how to fain the advantage you need to find the work you want in Australasia.

There is a wide range of opportunity in Australasia with 115,000 doctors currently working through all areas. The North Island is the primary employer of doctors in New Zealand with NSW being the largest employer within Australia but there are great opportunities to work permanently or as a locum doctor in regional and metro areas. When considering locuming there is a range of work out there but the longer-term locum work is mainly in regional areas where communities will rely on locum doctors to support the workforce. Some of the other options that you might not have considered before are in the private system where you can actually earn above double than you might in a similar role in the public system. As you can see there are opportunities for you so to boost your options I would advise you to join an agency that operates in all parts of New Zealand and Australia.

1. Try and grasp the SHO job market

It’s crucial to really know where the supply and demand is and to understand how working in the public or private system can affect you.

2. Supply the hospital with what they need

A great way of getting on the good side of the hiring crew is to make sure they have everything they want, when they want it. This means being prepared with references and your CV when it’s needed.

3. Flexibility can go a long way

If you really want to improve your options, you might need to broaden your horizons. By simply acknowledging that there may be other choices when it comes to jobs and locations you can really improve your chances of finding a great role.

4. Communicate as much as possible

You should bring your Recruitment Specialist up to speed as often as you can when it comes to changes in your plans. This way you can make sure that you are at the front of the line when your ideal role becomes available.

5. Find a single agency that works best for you

As a junior doctor you will find the market can be very competitive for you, so you might be inclined to sign up with more than just one agency. This will actually limit your chances of finding the work you want. We have found that this is because the hospitals find it hard to trust the commitment of an applicant if they receive their CV more than once; ultimately meaning they will ignore those applications and hire someone else. To make the right choice you will have to do some research up from to see which agencies can help you maximise your potential and gives you the best chance of finding the work you want. As you will be signing with only one agency it is also crucial that they have the scale and size to supply you with the most options for work. You can determine this by simply looking at a few websites and seeing how many results a quick job search will return to you.(Or you could trust me when I say Med Recruit has over 400% more roles available than the next largest agency).

Dr Caroline
MedRecruit Doctor

Locuming really opens your eyes to the other options out there, often options you didn’t realise existed. Plus it is a great way to travel, meet new people, experience different hospitals and specialties, and gain irreplaceable life experience and professional experience."

So if You Are Keen To

- Gain the upper hand over the competition
- Employ the services of just the one agency
- Learn all you need to know about the Wards SHO Jobs market

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