Queensland Endocrinology Advanced Training Program
Endocrinology Advanced Training in Queensland is managed through a centralised recruitment and selection process. This state wide process is supported by a panel comprising of Endocrinology Unit Directors from Queensland accredited facilities.
The Endocrinology Registrar is an advanced trainee of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. Refer to the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) for further information on the advanced training program.
To be eligible to apply for an advanced training position, applicants must either be:
- a current advanced trainee in Endocrinology
- a new applicant
How to apply
Applicants seeking an advanced training position should review the following information :
- the role description for Endocrinology Registrar (TBC)
- the Endocrinology preferencing guide (PDF 257KB)
- complete and submit an application through the Queensland Health RMO Campaign
Late applications will not be accepted.
There are 9 accredited facilities for Advanced Training positions:
- Cairns Hospital
- Gold Coast University Hospital
- Greenslopes Private Hospital
- Mater Hospital
- Princess Alexandra Hospital
- Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital
- Sunshine Coast University Hospital
- The Prince Charles Hospital
- Townsville Hospital
- Toowoomba Hospital*
* Toowoomba Hospital is accredited as core training in Endocrinology. It is a full time position that provides support for an inpatient Endocrine unit, is responsible for consults in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Obstetric Medicine. The registrar also attends clinics in Endocrinology, Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, Diabetic Foot complications and Obstetric Medicine. The role is supervised by three consultant endocrinologists.
Interview, selection and offer dates
The recruitment and selection process will comply with relevant Queensland Health human resource policies including the principles of equal employment opportunity. All applications to the pathway will be reviewed by the Endocrinology Unit Director panel committee. The committee uses assessment criteria to determine eligibility and suitability of applicants for appointment to pathway positions within Queensland Health.
The selection process will be a panel interview with the Directors (or delegates) of each facility. Positions will be allocated primarily according to ranking during interview and other mitigating circumstances.
Notification of interview: 4 August 2017
Interviews held: 18 August 2017
Allocations meeting: 18 August 2017
Acceptance notification: 21 August 2017
Dr Sheila Cook
Director of Diabetes & Endocrinology