Haematologist, Cancer and Blood Services
Ko wai mātou | Our Organisation
At Te Toka Tumai | Auckland DHB we are committed to upholding Te Tiriti o Waitangi and providing culturally safe care. We value role modelling manaakitanga as demonstrated by Ngāti Whātua in the gifting of their whenua on which our hospitals stand. We aspire to having a workforce reflective of the communities we serve and achieving equitable outcomes for all.
Te whiwhinga mahi | The Opportunity
As a part of the malignant haematology and stem cell transplant team, you will utilize your skills and experience with a focus on transplant and cellular therapy while having the opportunity to be involved in the full spectrum of haematological cancer care. Your work experience in clinical haematology with sub-speciality experience and research in aspects of general and malignant haematology including the treatment of plasma cell disorders, leukaemia, and stem cell transplantation are keys to your success in this role. However, we would also be interested to have a conversation if you have interests and experience with other sub specialties.
You will be a part of the malignant Clinical Haematology Service, providing secondary haematology services to the central Auckland area and tertiary services including treatment of acute leukaemia, high grade lymphoma and autologous/allogeneic stem cell transplant for the greater Auckland region (population greater than 1.5 million). The Malignant Haematology service works closely with a well-established thrombosis unit and bleeding disorder program including dedicated haemophilia care, as well as LabPlus who provides integrated and comprehensive laboratory support for the clinical service.
This service also has an extensive suite of clinical trials (collaborative group, investigator initiated, and pharmaceutical sponsored) as well as excellent links with regional medical and radiation oncology programs.
In this role, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the teaching programme for undergraduate medical students, registrars and hospital staff. An interest in quality improvement is also valuable supporting this unit’s drive for excellence and continued FACT accreditation.
For further details, please refer to the position description here.
Nga Pūkenga Motuhake | Important Skills
The successful applicant must hold a FRACP in Haematology or equivalent. Please note: You must have or be eligible for vocational and / or Locum Tenens registration in Internal Medicine and ideally Pathology with the Medical Council of New Zealand (www.mcnz.org.nz). Please note, if you are an international applicant, you will be required to provide source verification of your qualifications for your registration application. For more information about the registration process and source verification of qualifications, please visit www.mcnz.org.nz
For more information, please contact please contact Elizabeth Shaw - Service Clinical Director, Haematology at email@example.com
He aha ngā painga o tēnei mahi mōu | Why you will enjoy working here
We recognise there is more to life than mahi | work, and we encourage and provide access to all our staff several services and benefits to support themselves whilst they are employed within Te Toka Tumai | Auckland DHB.
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Me pēhea te tuku tono | How to apply
Please submit your application here, outlining your experience and motivation to apply to this role.
If you have any queries about the online process, please contact Nisha Karipoth, Recruitment Consultant at NKaripoth@adhb.govt.nz
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Tel: 02 8097 8114
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