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Psychiatrist jobs for IMG's: experience a better work-life balance in Australia or New Zealand

Find the perfect Psychiatrist role in New Zealand or Australia.

Psychiatrists are in high demand in New Zealand and Australia. This means rates are competitive, and contracts are flexible. Make work suit your new lifestyle.

Hear from other IMG's who have made the move:

“All the upheaval and initial stress have definitely been worth it – life here is great, there is a fantastic trail running and loads of events to take part in – this is a great way to see some of this beautiful country. I’ve already explored quite a bit and done some tramps on a few of the great walks.”

Dr Esther O'Sullivan

Incredible outdoors lifestyle

Consistently rated as one of the best places to live in the world, New Zealand offers doctors a great work-life balance. Whether it's hiking, skiing, mountain biking or laying on the beach - there's something for everyone.

6 weeks annual leave

Doctors in NZ get six weeks annual leave - which they're expected to take! Whilst working hard is important, Kiwis believe life is for living. You'll never get bored of places to explore in the worlds adventure capital.

Free end to end service

Medrecruit offer a completely free end to end service. From securing a job, getting your visa, and checking in when you touch down in New Zealand - we're with you every step of the way, and at no cost to you.

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