- Wairoa, North Island NZ
- $200 per hour
- NOW ~ 22 Dec 2023
We have permanent and locum opportunities available for registrars in New Zealand. Test the waters, experience varied roles and ensure you’re working in a speciality you enjoy.
Use locuming to maximise your income, save for the holiday home, or the travel bucket list. Spend more time playing rather than working - whatever your career or lifestyle goals we'll help you find the right registrar role.
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Locum doctors 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. In Australia, locums may earn up to $3500/day.
Reclaim your work-life balance by picking up locum jobs that suit your lifestyle or seek career progression with our array of permanent roles.
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.
Locuming can help you find the job that you love. Get a chance to investigate different areas of medicine – from emergency medicine to rehabilitation medicine, internal medicine to intensive care medicine, and everything in between. It’s a great way to build your experience and have the flexibility to work on your terms. We’ll help you discover what’s possible.
If it’s a permanent role you’re after, we can help with that, too. We understand the need for job stability and working in an environment where you know what to expect. Our job listings have a variety of locum and permanent positions available.
Medrecruit is a medical recruitment agency with a difference. We make a difference in the lives of doctors by changing how medicine works and having a real-world impact on communities across Australia and New Zealand.
Medrecruit has the largest network of jobs in Australia and New Zealand, double the next largest agency. This provides you with the highest chance of getting the right role, and our scale provides you with a hiring advantage as many employers come to us exclusively before going to market.
We make the process as easy as possible. Some agencies have recruiters do everything. However, one person can’t be the best at all functions so we have specialist teams, combined with technology, to make each stage of the process as smooth as humanly possible.
In 2017, Our founder, Dr Sam Hazledine 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, well-being, and abilities in order to provide care of the highest standard.
Since then Medrecruit has continued to advocate for, educate, and work towards better health and well-being for all healthcare professionals. Medrecruit is built for doctors, by doctors.
In New Zealand, a registrar's salary typically ranges between $70,000 to $120,000 NZD annually, contingent upon their years of experience and the specific speciality. Additional allowances, such as those for overtime and on-call shifts, can further influence these figures. Locum Registrars in New Zealand are earning between $100 to $200 NZD an hour.
In New Zealand, after obtaining a medical degree and completing foundation years as a House Officer, you can apply for registrar positions in your desired speciality. Being a registrar involves advanced training and might require speciality-specific exams. Throughout, you'll rotate through departments, honing expertise under senior supervision. For in-depth guidance, refer to the New Zealand Medical Council or relevant college of specialists.
Emergency medicine registrars in New Zealand have salaries that vary based on experience and specific health board employment agreements. On average, they can earn between $70,000 to $120,000 NZD per annum, depending on years of service and additional allowances. Locum Emergency Registrars are earning up to $200 NZD an hour in New Zealand. It's always best to consult the latest agreements through the New Zealand Resident Doctors' Association or specific health boards for up-to-date salary details.
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.