An exciting opportunity to be part of the IMG Clinical Readiness Program in a voluntary position engaged as a Medical Support Officer and working under medical supervision as part of a multidisciplinary team in a NSW public hospital.
The IMG Clinical Readiness Program is a 12 week voluntary program. The program will be a mixture of both theory and clinical learning in a NSW public hospital.
The program will provide successful candidates with:
The Medical Support Officers will not be registered as medical practitioners but will be working under direct supervision of senior medical officer.
Candidates will be expected to participate in an evaluation process throughout the 12-weeks, this will include completing online surveys and being available for one-on-one interviews.
On completion of the program candidates will receive a Certification of completion and a Professional Development Plan. There is no guaranteed employment following the program, however successful completion will provide participants with the necessary clinical experience and NSW references to aid in future job applications.
For more information, including information on the program and the role see
IMG Clinical Readiness Program (FAQ).
The program will run in metropolitan, regional and rural NSW public hospitals. There will be an opportunity to preference a desired location during the interview process.
We are seeking motivated and committed individuals who:
All applicants must review the role description and apply by submitting an up-to-date resume and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria as outlined in the role description. Applications must contain all supporting documentation.
The Resume template and document checklist has been developed to assist with applications.
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NSW Health is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible environment which reflects the community and customers we serve. We actively promote the employment of women, people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ+ community and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.