Rehabilitation Medicine-Senior Medical Officer
Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service
Permanent full time and/or part time position(s) available
Total remuneration up to $355,124 p.a.
The Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service (SCHHS) is growing with the addition of the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) in 2017 and will revolutionise healthcare for the SCHHS communities. The Acute Rehabilitation Unit will provide high intensity rehabilitation, predominately catering to working age or physically robust older patients capable of full participation in an interprofessional rehabilitation program. The SCUH rehabilitation units area of clinical practice include acute head injuries, multi trauma, neurological conditions, neurodegenerative disease, amputations, musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions. The SCHHS provides extensive community rehabilitation programs and a Subacute Liaison Team (SALT) which will be led by the Senior Medical Officer (Rehabilitation).
With the expansion of our Health Service, this is an exciting opportunity to become involved in the transformation of the Rehabilitation Service to a modern university research health facility.
SCHHS offers employees:
• Competitive salary and packaging advantages
• Generous superannuation scheme
• Increased learning and development opportunities
• Career progression opportunities
• Team approach to healthcare delivery
• Strong leadership and strategic direction
• Positive workplace culture.
Closing date: 27-Jun-2016
Applicants must apply online
Job Ad Reference QLD/SC212742
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