Waikato Hospital is one of New Zealand's largest tertiary teaching hospitals with a full range of sub-specialties on one campus.
We offer professional and personal support for year 2, 3 and 4 house officers and registrars including:
Let's talk! Check out our Vacancies listings for house officer and registrar positions.
But if you can't see what you want, don't hesitate to get in touch with us and see if we can match up your interests and our needs. The people you should talk to are:
Looking to gain a more generalist clinical experience? Wanting to get hands-on alongside excellent clinicians?
Then think about working at Thames Hospital. It is modern 54-bed rural community hospital at Thames on the Coromandel Peninsula.
A smaller hospital can offer more 'hands-on' clinical involvement within a friendly and supportive team. The hospital now boasts new clinical facilities and equipment, and has been modernised to a high standard.
Thames is a lovely coastal town renown for its fishing and friendliness.
Read more about Thames Hospital
Wednesdays 1.30 – 2.30pm (Bring your lunch)
Venue: CETU meeting room - Level 1 Campbell Johnstone Building
You do not need to use a recruitment agency when applying to work at Waikato DHB. You can apply directly to the Medical Recruitment Coordinator.
Applications for house offer positions are welcome at any time. Talk to us about what is available, keep in touch.
All applications and doctor’s personal information are dealt with in the strictest confidence. House Officer and Registrars jobs become available throughout each 'doctor' year - specific vacancies are advertised and suitably qualified doctors are invited to apply online. The online recruitment assists with the co-ordination of candidate information through a centralised database to assist with the selection/allocation of clinical attachments for House Officers and Registrars across the DHB.
All applicants need to be eligible for registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ). Click here(external link) to assess whether you meet their criteria.
Applicants must also be eligible for a work permit through New Zealand Immigration. Click here(external link) for more information and to see if you qualify.
Often doctors are planning their future placements and employment dates well in advance of planned recruitment cycles and outside of specifically advertised positions.
Waikato DHB welcomes such expressions of interest. We are currently developing our online capabilities to accept such expressions of interest.
In the interim, you can register your interest in working at Waikato DHB by sending through a current version of your CV via email to Penny Simpson or Paul Miller. (Please include some indication of the clinical attachments/specialty areas you would be interested in working in, the length of employment you are ideally seeking and your proposed start date of employment with us. Please note: registering an expression of interest hold no guarantee of employment)
We will also require certified copies of the following documents, but our medical recruitment coordinator will request these at the appropriate time during the application process:
Medical Recruitment Coordinator
Private Bag 3200
(Please use the following fax number, if you are sending documents by fax: +64 7 858 0941) or you can email these documents directly to our Medical Recruitment Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
The whole process can take up to 13 weeks to complete.