Whatever your lifestyle or career goals are, our FACEM Team exists to help you discover them. Access the largest Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs network jobs in Australia and New Zealand. We have 18+ years of industry experience and are experts in your field. Plus, you will get a recruiter dedicated to helping you.
Our team have a deep knowledge of the healthcare industry's nuances, long-standing relationships, and a wealth of insights into trends, salary benchmarks, and in-demand skills, offering personalised guidance tailored to your career aspirations.
You will be assigned a personal recruitment agent who is an expert in your field and dedicated to helping you achieve your career and lifestyle goals.
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Locum Consultants can earn fantastic rates with flexible hours and locations across Australia and New Zealand. No matter your future financial goals - locuming is a great way to boost your earnings.
For most placements, your travel and accommodation costs are covered. Many of our Consultant locums even bring their family along for a working holiday.
We have Australasia's largest network of doctor jobs. This means more chance of finding the perfect role. Search yourself or take advantage of our free career support service and let our team find roles for you.
The amount you earn as an Emergency Medicine doctor depends on multiple factors, like whether you are full-time, part-time, or locum or in a public or private hospital.
In 2024, Emergency Medicine remains a well-paid medical specialty. On average, an emergency medicine salary is between AUD $200,000 and $280,000 annually, depending on their level of seniority. Entry-level positions might start at a lower range, while senior Emergency Physicians or those in leadership roles can earn considerably more. Consultants in this area can earn as much as AUD $3,500 daily.
The average salary for Emergency Medicine doctors in New Zealand ranges from NZD$120,000 to NZD$216,000 per year, varying significantly based on years of experience, specific roles, and work setting. There are many benefits of locuming as an emergency locum doctor, including higher pay rates.
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This role can be so rewarding - not only do we assist doctors to achieve their career and financial goals, but a large number of hospitals genuinely struggle to find doctors and it is so rewarding to know that the work we do makes a big difference in these areas.
I enjoy matching the job to suit the professional and personal goals of ED doctors and seeing the benefits of a better work/life balance.
Life as a doctor demands you give everything. Dr Sam Hazledine learned this first as an intern. Years later, Medrecruit was his response. Sam successfully lobbied the World Medical Association to amend the Declaration of Geneva (the modern-day Hippocratic Oath) to include:
I will attend to my own health, wellbeing, and abilities in order to provide care of the highest standard.
Medrecruit continues to advocate for, educate, and work towards better health and wellbeing for all doctors.
In Australia, ED doctors, or Emergency Department doctors, have salaries that vary with experience and location. On average, they earn between AUD$80,000 for juniors to over AUD$300,000 for senior consultants annually. Urban vs. rural settings and state differences can affect earnings.
In Australia, ED registrars, working in the Emergency Department, typically earn between AUD$90,000 to AUD$130,000 annually, depending on experience, location, and hospital. Salaries may vary based on states, urban versus rural settings, and additional on-call duties.
Your registration number, a current CV and three references are the essentials of any job application. Other paperwork that's commonly required is:
What you'll need can vary slightly between Australian states and in New Zealand. Some states/locations also ask you complete an online training course (eMedical Courses). We're here to help guide you through the requirements and we'll give you a checklist detailing everything you need.
Nope! Our service is free for doctors. We're paid by hospitals and clinics for our services and are preferred suppliers in several states and areas. Because we have a huge network of doctors, we save clinics and hospitals time (and money) by taking the stress out of the hiring and credentialing process.
The average emergency medicine doctor's salary in Australia is $191,196 per year. Junior doctors start at $190,624 per year, while most Specialist Consultants make up to $203,773 per year. Emergency Medicine locums can make up to $3500 a day.
These are the types of ED jobs we represent across Australasia.
This depends on where you work – the hospital or clinic chooses how a doctor is paid. This will work one of three ways:
Your recruitment specialist can let you know which method you’ll be paid by for each job you undertake.
To become an ER doctor in New Zealand, complete a medical degree, register with the Medical Council of NZ, and undertake vocational training in emergency medicine. This involves several years in accredited training positions, culminating in the Fellowship Examination of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (FACEM).
In New Zealand, ED doctors' salaries vary by experience and role. Registrars can earn from NZD$70,000 to NZD$120,000+, while consultant emergency doctors can earn NZD$150,000 to NZD$300,000+ annually. Figures can fluctuate based on region, hospital size, and additional on-call duties.
To become an ED doctor in Australia, complete a medical degree, register with the Medical Board of Australia, and undertake an intern year. Then, pursue a training programme in Emergency Medicine through the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) and pass the required exams.
Emergency doctor consultants in Australia can earn a significant income, with salaries ranging from AUD$250,000 to AUD$500,000+ annually, depending on experience, location, and hospital size