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General Practitioner (G231-17CA)

Corporate and Student Services, Operations, International and University Registrar

0.6-1FTE General Practitioner required for Student Health and Counselling Centre, Massey University, Wellington

Location:Wellington
Term:Permanent
Salary:Individual Employment Agreement (IEA) (paid pro rata)
Applications close:11 a.m. on 4 August 2017

Position overview

0.6 - 1FTE General Practitioner required for Student Health and Counselling Centre, Massey University, Wellington.

Massey University provides Health and Counselling services for students on the Wellington Campus. The role of the GP demands a high degree of energy and initiative, the ability to work independently and an interest in working closely within a multi-disciplinary health team. Job share or less hours will be considered for the right candidates, please specify your availability in your cover letter.

The suitable candidate will:
• Be able to relate to the needs of students,
• Work well in a team,
• Be vocationally registered,
• Have a current annual practicing certificate.

Sound knowledge of Medtech and experience working with young adults and/or university students would be an advantage.

The successful applicant will be part of a friendly multi-disciplinary team which is self-motivated and enjoys working together to promote student wellbeing and academic success.

The Centre is part of Compass PHO and is Cornerstone accredited.

Any questions, please contact the Practice Manager
Email: n.mcgeorge@massey.ac.nz

Job description

Purpose statement

The General Practitioner is an appropriately qualified and registered medical professional with knowledge and skills to provide primary care medical services to individuals. As part of the Student Health Centre team he/she is responsible for providing student-centered, culturally appropriate, and individual holistic care to a our student population.

Patients should feel that they have been dealt with in a professional, friendly and courteous manner.

The GP works closely with the Student Health Centre staff to provide clinical guidance, assistance, education and support.

Responsible to

The Practice Manager, Student Health and Counselling Centre

Key accountabilities

  • Providing high quality primary care medical services for students enrolled at the Student Health and Counselling Centre on the Wellington campus.

  • Maintaining such records as may be reasonably required, and to a standard recognized by the NZ medical council.

    *To liaise with other staff on campus about medical matters as appropriate including academic staff and Counselling service staff.

  • To work with other members of the multi- disciplinary team on prevention initiatives that promote wellbeing in our student population.

    Staff may be requested to perform other professional duties as required.

Person specification

Qualifications

A medical degree recognized by the New Zealand Medical Council,
A current Annual Practicing Certificate.
NZGPTVP an advantage

Experience

Experience in providing a primary care medical services. Experience in providing medical services to students would be an advantage.
Experience in working with people from different cultural groups would be helpful.
Experience in sexual health or mental health would be advantageous.

Personal attributes and behaviours

Ability to work with, and a liking for, students of different ages and cultures is necessary.
An ability to work closely with other staff as part of a team, with sensitivity and understanding for the needs of others, is also required.
Initiative, commonsense, and adaptability are valued in this Service.
Competence with a range of computer applications.
A high level of oral or written communication skills

Additional Pre-employment Checks

A current Annual Practicing Certificate.
Police vet check

 

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