Are you looking for a Proceduralist position? STAT Recruitment has been helping Doctors further their careers for more than 20 years. We are known for our commitment to our Doctors and for ensuring our process is a smooth personalised service. Our expert team can talk to you about your options.
What Proceduralist positions are available? Our team are fully skilled in finding the best options, we have access to a wide range of positions and can help you secure the best fit.
How can we help? If your speciality is as a Proceduralist we can find you the perfect role. Our Proceduralistrecruitment managers will personally work with you to find you the best opportunities that maximise your medical career goals. They know what it takes to secure the perfect role.
What qualifications do I need to work in Australia?
JCCA for Anaesthetics
DRANZCOG for O&G
Rural Generalist Proceduralists are required to have a high level of Medical SMO and Emergency Medicine SMO skill.
Surgical Proceduralists are required to have a high level of experience and be able to provide logbook evidence.It is usually required that you also hold either a FACRRM or FARGP Rural and Remote Hospital or Rural General Practice with additional skills Fellowship in addition.
What qualifications do I need to work in New Zealand?
New Zealand is a smaller country than Australia, and as such do not generally use proceduralists, however they do use experienced doctors at Medical Officer Special Status (MOSS) level if they have the required skill and experience, but have not obtained College Fellowship with ANZCA or RANZCOG or equivalent.
The Rural Hospital Medicine Fellowship (FDRHMNZ) covers Rural Generalist Hospital work for General Medicine and Emergency Medicine proceduralists in New Zealand.
If you have completed your specialist training in a comparable health system, your qualifications might be acceptable, contact us to find out more.
What do I need to work in Australia or New Zealand? To work in Australia you must be registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and in New Zealand with the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ).
Where can I work? We have locum and permanent positions available throughout New Zealand and Australia, both rural and city-based. Short and long-term placements are available both in the public and private sectors.
What do we do for you? The team at STAT Recruitment is experts at matching Doctors and healthcare providers. We are with you every step of the way, from finding you the perfect job to managing the paperwork and logistics.
What if I am unsure of my registration status? We have a dedicated Registration Specialist available who can assist with the process if required.
Why work with us?
- You are looking for a better work-life balance
- You want to leverage your time to get the best results
- You want to top up the bank account for future ventures
- You want the best contract negotiation
- You want to experience new and exciting cases or areas where you get a wide variety of presentations
Next steps – Register your details here and we will be in contact, alternative you can call us for a confidential chat.
Jobs – View our selection of HOT JOBS here – these are updated weekly.
“These guys are the best!”
I first started locum work in October 2016. I had worked with another agency then. I had one free day to pick up locum work after joining STAT Recruitment (formerly AUSSTAT) which has since resulted in me working as a full-time locum with them.
STAT Recruitment makes it easy for me as they take care of everything from job to travel and so much more, and doing locums with them gives me a high level of flexibility to care for my family and study for my exams. If you are looking for someone to really look after you – these guys are the best!
Dr N Elbiadi