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 Staff Specialist, Anaesthetics – Bathurst Hospital March 19
  Specialist Anaesthetist – Goulburn March 18
  Staff Specialist in Anaesthetics – John Hunter Hopsital, Newcastle March 1
  Staff Specialist Anaesthetist – Griffith Base Hospital March 15
  Locum roles – Global Medics Various
New Zealand Consultant Anaesthetist – Wellington Regional Hospital March 18
  Consultant Anaesthetist – Hutt Hospital March 1
  Consultant Anaesthetist – Whanganui District Health Board March 1
  Consultant Anaesthetist with an interest in Pain Management— Taranaki Base Hospital March 1
Northern Territory No Positions available   
Queensland Specialist Anaesthetist – Mackay Anaesthetic Group March 21
  Senior Staff Specialist/Staff Specialist or SMO Anaesthetist – Hervey Bay and Maryborough Hospitals March 3
  Locum roles – Global Medics Various
South Australia Anaesthetic Consultant – The Queen Elizabeth Hospital March 6
  Locum roles – Global Medics Various
Tasmania Locum roles – Global Medics Various
Victoria Locum roles – Global Medics Various
Western Australia Anaesthetist – Midland Hospital March 23
  Locum roles – Global Medics Various
Locum roles Locum roles – Global Medics Various
  Anaesthetist Locums for new fellows  March 20
International Chief of Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine – The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada March 8

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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. Advertisements for vacancies in pain medicine can be found here.



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