GP | FT or PT | Flexible work arrangements | Huon Valley, TAS
Are you a General Practitioner (GP) seeking a position that provides great life/work balance and flexibility?
The Huon Valley Council has an excellent opportunity for a GP to join their team in Dover, located in the beautiful Huon Valley, Tasmania.
The GP will have the opportunity to work in a full-time or part-time capacity, whilst enjoying a relaxed lifestyle in a unique natural environment.
The Huon Valley Council welcomes applications from VR GPs with no restrictions who have a commitment to providing a full range of primary care.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a satisfying part-time or full-time role that will provide the opportunity to develop your skills while working with a busy, friendly, and supportive team.
- Flexible work arrangements Paid holiday, study, and sick leave Short-term car and accommodation provided Boost your income by supporting the VMO roster Opportunity to use your skills across the breadth of general practice Practice is supported by visiting Allied Health and Practice Nurses Only a short drive from Tasmania’s capital city, Hobart Excellent education options for children Accredited teaching practice with ACRRM and RACGP Eligible location for the HR+ Health Workforce Scholarship Program MMM5 location DPA eligible location Reduced moratorium period to 7 years, and 5 Year Scheme eligible location A comprehensive orientation program will be arranged on arrival
Located in the Huon Valley, Dover is a popular retreat for those seeking an alternative lifestyle.
Only a short drive south from Hobart, Tasmania’s capital city, the Valley is dominated by waterways and forested hills and the charming towns are known for an excellent range of gourmet produce that has helped Tasmania earn its reputation as a food lover’s paradise.
Food and music festivals aside, the waters of the Huon River and D’Entrecasteaux Channel offer world-class fishing, sailing, diving, and rowing experiences. The Huon Valley also boasts National Parks and the World Heritage Area with a diverse range of outdoor activities, from bushwalking to climbing, kayaking to photography, and birdwatching.