Anaesthesia job vacancies

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Provisional fellowship positions

Provisional fellowship positions can be advertised below. Queries about fees or requests for amendments should be directed to


Alternatively, a list of pre-approved provisional fellowship training positions is available here.

Positions vacant


  Position Applications due:
Australian Capital Territory Locum roles – Global Medics Various
New South Wales Specialist in Anaesthesia – Wagga Wagga Base Hospital March 4
  Staff Specialist Anaesthetist – Tamworth Hospital February 24
  Staff Specialist Anaesthetist – Armidale Hospital February 24
  Locum roles – Global Medics Various
New Zealand Anaesthetist – Timaru Hospital March 15
  Specialist Intensive Care with Anaesthesia sub speciality – Dunedin Hospital March 3
  Service Clinical Director, Paediatric Anaesthesia – Starship Childrens Health, Auckland  February 28
  Specialist Anaesthetist – Southland Hospital  February 17
Northern Territory No current vacancies  
Queensland Senior Staff Specialist, Staff Specialist or SMO – Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service March 5
  Locum roles – Global Medics Various
South Australia Locum roles – Global Medics Various
Tasmania Staff Specialist Anaesthetics – Launceston General Hospital February 15
  Locum roles – Global Medics Various
Victoria Registrar in Anaesthesia – Werribee Mercy Hospital February 24
  Locum roles – Global Medics Various
Western Australia Anaesthetic fellowships – Joondalup Health Campus, Perth March 29
  Locum roles – Global Medics Various
Locum roles Locum roles – Global Medics Various
International Clinical Fellow/Registrar in Anaesthesia and Instensive Care – Gibraltar Health Authority March 1

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Re-entering the workforce

If you decide to take a career break, for example to raise a child, care for a relative, undertake full-time research, volunteer overseas, or for health and wellbeing reasons, there are a few things you need to know about re-entering the workforce. 

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